Tuition, Fees and Financial Information

CMCC is a not-for-profit organization, a registered charity under the Income Tax Act (Canada), and receives no direct government funding. The chiropractic profession continues to support CMCC through members who pay an annual fee which helps to subsidize the cost of the students’ education. Additional sources of funding are actively sought, including the generous support of donors. CMCC students are eligible to apply for government financial aid, a process for which assistance is available through Student Services.

Tuition and Fees

Please note that all fees are subject to change and subject to an annual increase. The numbers and dates below are intended as a guide only:

2016-17 Tuition & Fees – Undergraduate Program


 Annual Tuition*

 Student Activity


Convocation Fee

 Student Group Insurance


 Year I to IV
















 All fees are subject to change.

*Tax deductible fees that are eligible for the T2202A income tax reporting (calendar year basis).

Admission Fees

Online Application (non-refundable)


Interview (non-refundable)


Application for transfer (non-refundable)


Confirmation of Acceptance of Offer/Registration (non-refundable)



Student Activity Fee

A student activity fee is due from all students at the time of registration. This fee is collected on behalf of the Students' Council to fund the cost of Students' Council social events, athletic programs (including the weight-room, gym equipment, pool and intramural sports), orientation, CMCC clubs, participation in other student activities, as well as costs associated with Convocation.

Student Canadian Chiropractic Association (SCCA) Fee

A membership fee for the Student Canadian Chiropractic Association (SCCA) is due from all students at the time of registration. As members of the SCCA, students are eligible to attend CCA and SCCA sponsored conventions and seminars, and receive a subscription to the Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association. In addition, discounts are available at various Toronto retailers.

Students' Council Health and Dental Plan

All Canadian students at CMCC are charged a fee for the Students’ Council Health & Dental Plan. This does not include international students. The Plan provides coverage for 12 months, from September 1 through August 31. If a student is already covered by an equivalent extended health and dental plan, they may opt out of the Students' Council Health and Dental Plan online during the Change-of-Coverage Period (typically within the first three weeks of classes). The Plan also provides the option to enrol a spouse and/or dependants at additional cost. For more information, call 1 877 795 4422, visit or see your Students' Council representative.

Fee Payment Due Dates

Students are responsible for their tuition fees, and CMCC cannot be responsible for loans that arrive after the tuition due date. Interest charges related to delays in processing and advancing of loan proceeds are the responsibility of the student. Please see the CMCC Academic Calendar (PDF) for late payment charges and our Withdrawal and Refund Policy. 

2016-17 Fee Payment Due Dates - Undergraduate Program

  Canadian Students International Students Due Date

  Year I Students



 Jun 24, 2016




 Jan 13, 2017









Year II & III Students



Sept 2, 2016




Jan 13, 2017









Year IV Students



Jun 24, 2016




Sept 2, 2016




Jan 13, 2017






Undergraduate Fees


Parking Pass (non-refundable)



Parking Card (refundable upon return)



Returned cheques (each)


Supplies Year 1*

Diagnostic equipment (approx.)



Textbooks (approx.)


* All supplies are available from the CMCC Supply Centre and Bookstore.

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The Admissions Office is open Monday to Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm.  
6100 Leslie Street, Toronto, ON M2H 3J1 Canada
Tel:  1 800 463 2923 (toll free)
Tel:  416 482 2344 (local)
Fax: 416 646 1114