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Fee estimates

 

Estimates: Tuition and fees 2013-2014

Full-time student estimates (tuition and incidental fees only, not including international fees):

FYP Arts (no elective) = 4 arts each term
FYP Science (no elective) = 3 arts per term
FYP Arts (4 arts + 1 arts elective) = 5 credits
FYP Science (3 arts + 2 science electives)
= 5 credits

  Fall Winter Total
Term due dates Sept 20/13 Jan 17/14  
FYP Arts (no  elective)
$3,614.91
$3,267.59 $6,882.50
FYP Science (no  elective) $2,956.11 $2,608.79 $5,564.90
FYP Arts (one elective) $4,273.71 $3,926.39 $8,200.10
FYP Science (two science electives) $4,451.31 $4,103.99 $8,555.30
Arts - General $4,130.71 $3,783.39 $7,914.10
Science - General
$4,574.71 $4,227.39 $8,802.10
BJ one-year $6,153.00 $4,131.16 $10,284.16
FYP JR (first year of BJ honours) $4,397.47 $4,050.15 $8,447.62
BJH 2nd year (1 journalism + 4 other electives*) $4,254.47 $3,907.15 $8,161.62
BJH 3rd year (2/3 journalism + 3 other electives*)
$4,386.23
$4,829.47 $9,215.70
BJH 4th year
$3,990.95 $5,224.75 $9,215.70
Graduate program tuition and fees: Master of journalism      
Graduate program tuition and fees: Master of fine arts in creative nonfiction
     

Assuming all electives are arts courses.
Book estimate: $1,200/yr except: FYP- $600/yr (plus cost of elective), BJ one-year- $400/yr & BJH 4th year- $200/yr.

For the 2013/2014 academic year, the Nova Scotia Provincial Government has committed to providing ongoing assistance to Nova Scotia students through a University Student Bursary Trust. This $1,283 reduction for a full course load is adjusted on a pro-rata basis according to the actual number of credit courses taken. Questions can be directed to King's Student Accounts.  In addition, Canadian students from outside Nova Scotia will benefit from a bursary of $261.  (Students do not have to apply for this bursary. It is an automatic reduction to a student's account based on the student's registration).

Estimates: Residence and meal plans 2013-2014*

Note: Students must add appropriate tuition fees found on the chart above
Note: Students select their meal plan on their residence application form. 

Option Room location Room type Fees due Total
Sept
20/13
Jan
17/14
Residence room & Freedom Meal Plan

includes nine guest passes/term

Alexandra Hall
Bays / Roost
                    
Alexandra Hall
Bays
Single
Single
 
Double
Double
5,182.00
5,294.00
 
4,798.00
4,838.00
5,373.00
5,489.00
 
 4,975.00
5,015.00
10,555.00
10,783.00
 
9,773.00
9,853.00
Residence room & 19-Meal Plan

includes 3 guest passes/term

Alexandra Hall
Bays/Roost
           
Alexandra Hall
Bays
 
Single
Single
 
Double
Double
4,976.00
5,088.00
           
4,592.00
4,632.00
5,159.00
5,275.00
 
4,761.00
4,801.00
10,135.00
10,363.00
           
9,353.00
9,433.00
Residence room & 14-Meal Plan

 

Alexandra Hall
Bays/Roost
           
Alexandra Hall
Bays
Single
Single
 
Double
Double
4,865.00
4,977.00
 
4,481.00
4,521.00
5,045.00
5,161.00
 
4,647.00
4,687.00
9,910.00
10,138.00
 
9,128.00
9,208.00
Residence room & 10-Meal Plan
Alexandra Hall
Bays / Roost
           
Alexandra Hall
Bays
Single
Single
 
Double
Double
4,779.00
4,891.00
 
4,395.00
4,435.00
4,956.00
5,072.00
 
4,558.00
4,598.00
9,735.00
9,963.00
 
8,953.00
9,033.00

All students living in residence are required to pay a caution/damage deposit and a gown deposit at the beginning of the year.

 
Caution
Gown
300.00
100.00
   

View meal plan options & detailed fees for residence rooms.

To avoid the $50.00 late fee and interest, all tuition and fees and, if applicable, residence costs, must be paid in full by the term due date.

Interest is 6% a year.