Calculate Your College Costs

Determine what your potential college costs will be using the tuition and fees chart below, and then factor in any grants, loans, or scholarships, as well as work study and other items that may affect your personal costs.

As of March 26, 2016, FTC Board of Trustees has announced a plan to reduce tuition and better distribute scholarships to increase equity and affordability at the College. Click here to read more about how FTC may be the private college for you.

The cost of Five Towns College varies by individual, and should be evaluated separately by each student.

Five Towns College Residence Halls



Monday–Friday, 9:00am–5:00pm


The Bursar’s Office is located in room 316.


Tuition and Fees

Determine your college costs by referencing the tuition and fees charts below.

You can also contact the Bursar’s office with any questions at 613.656.2115, or via email at

Enrollment Status: 2017-18 Tuition and Fees
Undergrad: Full-Time $9,490 per semester
Undergrad: Part-Time $863/credit
Grad: Masters Full-Time $7,500 per semester
Grad: Masters Part-Time $625/credit
Grad: Doctoral Full-Time $7,875 per semester
Grad: Doctoral Part-Time $875/credit
College Fees: 2017-18 Cost per Credit    
12+ credits $150
7-11 credits $120
4-6 credits $60
1-3 credits $30
HOUSING: 2017-18 Amount          
Single Occupancy Room $4,400
Double Occupancy Room $3,600
Meal Plan $2,500
Security Deposit $300
Residence Hall Council Fee $50
Other Fees: 2017-18 Amount      
Orientation Fee $100
Student Activity Fee $50
Graduation Fee $75
ID Card Replacement $25
Late Registration $50
Official Transcript $10

The Bursar’s Office

The Bursar’s Office maintains accurate and well-documented records of all accounts receivable and payable to the College. It provides information and guidance to students especially on the charges related to their tuition, fees and room and board.

Individual course fees may apply. Please refer to your academic advisor for more information.

The college in addition accepts Discover, MasterCard and Visa for all payments.

Unpaid balances are subject to interest charges of 12% per annum.

The ID card can work as a debit card for use in the Upbeat Café, Downbeat and Laundry stations. Students can put money on their card in the business office. The card is also used for payroll and for resident students, entrance into the dormitories.

Tuition Refunds:

Click here to view the Fall 2016 Tuition Fee Refund Schedule (PDF)