Tuition and Fees for Domestic Students

2022/23 tuition is based on $262/bill credit. Each course is 3 billing credits.

For more information, visit the Tuition and Fees page. Fees are subject to change.

2022/23 Basic Tuition
one course/term $786
two courses/term $1,572
three courses/term $2,358

Note: These are basic tuition costs and do not include mandatory and non-mandatory term fees and books and supplies.

Tuition and fees for international students

Fall 2022, Winter 2023, and Spring/Summer 2023

Units/credits Price per credit Number of courses Price per Course
15 $340 3 $1700

For more information, visit the Tuition and Fees page. Fees are subject to change.

Foundational Learning Assistance Program

Formerly known as Learner Income Support and Skills Investment Bursary program or Alberta Works, this program offers funding opportunities for students who qualify.

Please review the eligibility requirements for the Foundational Learning Assistance Program at the Government of Alberta website for part-time and full-time learning support options. Funding is limited and is not guaranteed.

  1. You must first be admitted and registered into classes in the program before you can apply for funding.
  2. Complete the Enrolment Confirmation form by the deadline listed below so we can confirm your part-time or full-time student enrolment for the government. Deadlines are subject to change based on the availability of government funds.
    • Fall term - September 1st
    • Winter term - January 1st
    • Spring/Summer term - May 1st
  3. Check your myMacEwan student Gmail account for the link to your Foundational Learning Assistance funding application.
  4. Submit your Foundational Learning Assistance funding application. You must have a verified MyAlberta Digital ID to apply for funding online. If you do not have an account already, please sign up for one as early as possible as it can take several weeks to confirm

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Be prepared to pay tuition and applicable fees by the deadline each term. A payment will be applied against any outstanding balance from a previous term before being applied to current or future tuition and term fees.

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