Fredericton Bathurst

Tuition and Fees

Below are the costs for the 2016 - 2017 Forest Technology Diploma Program at MCFT.

Semester One (September to December)

Bedard Hall
Single Meals Books & Supplies Student Fees Tuition Totals
$1929.00 $2027.00 $408.00 $300.00 $2285.00 $6949.00
Double  
$1576.00 $6596.00
Torunski Hall
Single Meals Books & Supplies ¹Student Fees Tuition Totals
$2090.00 $2027.00 $408.00 $300.00 $2285.00 $7110.00

Semester Two (January to April)

Bedard Hall
Single Meals Books & Supplies ¹Student Fees Tuition Totals
$1929.00 $2027.00 $408.00 $300.00 $2285.00 $6949.00 + $100.00 Grad. Fees
Double  
$1576.00 $6596.00 + $100.00 Grad. Fees
Torunski Hall
Single Meals Books & Supplies ¹Student Fees Tuition Totals
$2090.00 $2027.00 $408.00 $300.00 $2285.00 $7110.00 + $100.00 Grad. Fees

¹ Graduating students (Semester 4) will be charged an additional $100.00 for student fees, total for fees will be $400.00 during semester 4. 
* International student tuition is $ 9140.00 per year.
* All fees are subject to change upon approval by the Board of Governors.
* Personal equipment and clothing are additional costs that will vary per student and are not included in total costs.

MCFT Advanced Diploma Cost

Below are the costs associated with the Advanced Diploma. Please note that these are costs in addition to the Forest Technology program. Fish & Wildlife Techniques I, II, III and IV are given in the second year of the program. If taking the Advanced Diploma you can apply to student loans for additional funds in the second year. The non-MCFT courses can be taken in either your first or second year (dependant on delivery) but must be completed before receiving your Advanced Diploma, the costs are set by non-MCFT organizations and are subject to change.

Important: Students entering the Fish & Wildlife Advanced Diploma program are required to have the Pre-Rabies Vaccine. Approximate cost for the vaccine is estimated at $800.00

Tuition and Fees for the Advanced Diploma (cost over two years)

  COST
Non-MCFT Delivered Courses (approximate) $1484.77
Fish & Wildlife Techniques I - Summer Field Camp $1593.66
Fish & Wildlife Techniques II $1535.00
Fish & Wildlife Techniques III $760.00
Fish & Wildlife Techniques IV $625.00
Total Fish & Wildlife $5998.43

Non-MCFT Delivered Courses

Course Cost
*Firearm Safety $75.00
*Restricted Firearm Safety $75.00
*Hunter Education $75.00
*Trapper Education $75.00
*Bowhunter Education $75.00
*Nuisance Wildlife Control $100.00
*Pleasurecraft Boating Course $50.00
ATV Safety and Maintenance $150.00
Snowmobile Safety and Maintenance $150.00
Helicopter Safety $175.00
Wilderness & Remote First Aid $220.35
Chainsaw Operation & Maintenance $264.42
Total over two years $1484.77

* Costs associated with Non-MCFT courses are set by outside organizations and may change without advance notice. 

Fish & Wildlife Techniques I

Summer Field Camp - Two weeks prior to start of regular classes

Tuition¹ $950.00
Books $190.00
Residence² $278.66 (Torunski Hall)
Meals³ $100.00
Lab Fee $75.00
TOTAL $1593.66

Note: Fish & Wildlife Techniques I starts a couple of weeks prior to the start of Third Semester. The $200 down payment made in January is applied to the above amount. Summer Camp tuition includes Electrofishing Certification and Canoeing Level 1

¹ Tuition includes Flatwater Canoeing and Backpack Electrofoshing Certifications.

² The cost for a single in Bedard Hall is $257.20 and a double in Bedard Hall is $210.12

³ Approximate costs for food while in the field for two weeks. 

International student tuition - Please add $950.00

Fish & Wildlife Techniques II

3rd Semester, September to December, 2nd Year

Tuition $550.00
Pre-Rabies Vaccine* $800.00
Books $110.00
Lab Fees $75.00
APPROXIMATE TOTAL $1535.00

NOTE: This is billed and is to be paid in Third Semester.

* Pre-Rabies vaccine can be obtained prior to attending MCFT. Proof of vaccination is needed to enter Advanced Diploma Program.

International student tuition - Please add $550.00

Fish & Wildlife Techniques III

4th Semester - January to April, 2nd Year

Tuition $550.00
Books $110.00
Lab Fee $100.00
TOTAL $765.00

NOTE: This is billed and must be paid in 4th semester.

International student tuition - Please add $550.00

Fish & Wildlife Techniques IV

4th Semester - Winter Wildlife Camp

Tuition $550.00
Lab Fees $75.00
TOTAL $625.00

NOTE: Fish & Wildlife Techniques IV is a 6 day/6 night camp

International student tuition - Please add $550.00

Advanced Diploma Students - When applying for a Student Loan for 2nd Year you should be sure to give the Tuition Fee as $8654.77 ($4570 Reg. Program plus $4084.77 Adv. Diploma Tuition 2nd Year). Also Books would be $1226 instead of $816
for 2nd Year.

Payment Schedule - 1st Year Students

STUDENTS LIVING IN RESIDENCE

Bedard Hall – Double Occupancy

The minimum down payment due on Registration Day for students living in Residence is $4186.50. The breakdown is as follows. Tuition $2285, Student Fees $300, Residence and Meals $1801.50, less the $200 seat fee previously paid. The balance, including books, for the semester must be paid in full within 30 days of registration. The total cost for the semester is $6596.00

Bedard Hall – Single Occupancy

The minimum down payment due on Registration Day for students living in Residence is $4363. The breakdown is as follows. Tuition $2285, Student Fees $300, Residence and Meals $1978, less the $200 seat fee previously paid. The balance, including books, for the semester must be paid in full within 30 days of registration. The total cost for the semester is $6949.00

Torunski Hall – Single Occupancy

The minimum down payment due on Registration Day for students living in Residence is $4443.50. The breakdown is as follows. Tuition $2285, Student Fees $300, Residence and Meals $2058.50, less the $200 seat fee previously paid. The balance, including books, for the semester must be paid in full within 30 days of registration. The total cost for the semester is $7110.00

STUDENTS LIVING OFF CAMPUS

The minimum down payment due on Registration Day for students living off campus is $2310. The breakdown is as follows. Tuition $2285, Student Fees $225, less the $200 seat fee previously paid. The balance, including books, for the semester must be paid in full within 30 days of registration. The total cost for the semester is $2918.00

Late Payment Fees: There is a late payment fee of $100 which will be charged to accounts that are not paid within the 30 days from the date of registration or start of the semester. This late payment fee applies to all semesters. At the start of each semester the above down payment is due with the balance due within 30 days.

Note: If a student has a Student Loan which will cover the down payment then the down payment is not required. We must have a copy of the Student Loan.

Refunds

Tuition: If a student withdraws before September 30th a full tuition refund will be granted.
Between October 01st and 15th, half the tuition will be refunded and after October 15th,
no refund on tuition will be granted.

Residence & Meals: A cancellation fee of $100.00 is charged to those students who move out of residence prior to the end of the semester and before the 30 day deadline. There are no refunds for residence and meals plans within 30 days to the end of the semester. 

Books & Student Fees: No refunds are granted at any time.