Pay your tuition
It is important to pay your tuition and fees before the payment deadline listed in the Academic Schedule. If you have guaranteed funding from an approved source, you can apply for a graduate student payment plan.
Note for third-party programs: Please pay only the amount owing on the student's account as excess funds will be returned. Money for other expenses should be sent directly to the student.
Graduate student responsibility
Know your department: You are expected to maintain high standards of integrity in your coursework and research. You will also find the best support by getting to know your Graduate Program Director, Graduate Program Administrator and Supervisor.
Academic integrity and misconduct
Academic integrity is a critical part of your graduate studies. We treat incidents of plagiarism very seriously and may result in a reduced (or failing) grade, suspension, or even expulsion. For more information:
- Read our page on Academic Integrity & Responsible Research Conduct
- Attend a workshop at the Student Success Centre and review their online resources.
Your relationship with your supervisor is one of the most important parts of your graduate student experience. Start off right by going through the Student-Supervisor Checklist of Expectations together as soon as possible. If applicable, also consider completing the Intellectual Property Awareness Checklist.
Our libraries aren’t just about books! Attend workshops, borrow technical equipment, book workrooms, and consult with our friendly librarians.
The Grad Commons
The Alan MacDonald Graduate Commons on the 5th floor of the Taylor Family Digital Library (TFDL) is a quiet, card-access study space for graduate students only. Sign up for a spot here.
The Lab NEXT facility on the 3rd floor of the TFDL includes a Makerspace, Virtual Reality studio, high performance computers, collaboration rooms and support with digitization, data management, and specialized software.