Selkirk College's affordable tuition is one of the many reasons our students choose to study here.
Selkirk College is implementing a late payment charge for outstanding tuition payments. As a returning student for the Fall 2017 semester and future semesters, tuition is due on the first day of classes. A $100 late payment charge will be added to your student account if your tuition and college fees are not paid in full by the end of the last school day of September. For Fall 2017, this date will be Friday September 29. If your tuition and college fees are not paid in full by the end of the 7th week of class, another $100 late payment charge will be added to your student account. All students owing funds to Selkirk College have their student account locked and are not able to register for additional courses, access their transcript, or receive their Diploma or Degree.
You may avoid all late penalties by paying your tuition and college fees in full by the first day of class or within the first few weeks of class.
For future semesters, a $100 late payment charge will be added to your account if your tuition and college fees are not paid in full by the end of the last school day of January for the Winter semester, and by the end of the last school day of May for the Spring semester.
Find your program's page below and visit to find International Student fee information.
English Language Program
Academic English Language Program
Short Term English Language Program
Language and Culture Program, tuition and fees are $770 per 2 weeks
Specialized Tours for Groups, contact Selkirk International for specific costs
TESOL Advanced Diploma /Certificate Program
Fees for the TESOL Advanced Diploma / Certificate Program
University Transfer, Certificate Diploma and Post Graduate Diploma Programs
International tuition is $4,900.00 CAD per semester for most Diploma programs. International tuition for most Post Graduate Diploma Programs starts at $5,260.00 per semester.
Check each program's page for full information on fees. Ensure you select "international" to see fee information for international students. Please note the amounts listed for tuition do not include other mandatory fees such as Learning Resource, Student Union, Student Activity, Basic Medical Insurance and Extended Health and Dental fees.
Hospitality and Tourism
School of the Arts
Health & Human Services
Environment & Geomatics
GIS- Geographic Information Systems, 1 year advanced diploma fees, Bachelor Degree: year 1, year 2
Integrated Environmental Planning, year 1 fees, year 2 fees
Recreation, Fish and Wildlife, year 1 fees, year 2 fees
Forestry, year 1 fees, year 2 fees