Fees and Financial Information

CMCC Funding Structure

CMCC is a not for profit organization and a registered charity under the Income Tax Act (Canada), which 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 from the Financial Aid office.

2022-2023 Tuition and Fees

Year I (Class of 2026) Year II-III Years IV
CAD INTL CAD INTL CAD INTL
Tuition* $26,873  $32,247  $26,612  $31,934  $26,349  $31,618 
Students’ Council Fee $190  $190  $190  $190  $190  $190 
Convocation Fee* $75  $75  $75  $75  $75  $75 
CMCC-SCCA Fee $25  $25  $25  $25  $25  $25 
Student Health Insurance Plan $510  $1,060  $510  $1,060  $510  $1,060 
Year I Diagnostic Kit** $466  $466  - - - -
Total $28,139  $34,063  $27,412  $33,284  $27,149  $32,968 

Students' Council Fee

On behalf of the CMCC Students’ Council, CMCC collects $190 from each student upon registration to fund the cost of Students’ Council social events, athletic programs (including the weight room, gym equipment and intramural sports), orientation, CMCC clubs, and participation in other student activities.

CMCC Chapter of the Student Canadian Chiropractic Association (SCCA)

On behalf of the CMCC Chapter of the SCCA, CMCC collects $25 from each student upon registration. The CMCC Chapter of the Student Canadian Chiropractic Association (SCCA) is committed to ensuring Canadian chiropractic students transition successfully from chiropractic college to practice in Canada by forging a strong relationship with the Canadian Chiropractic Association (CCA) and providing students with information and resources to plan for their transition into practice.

Student Insurance for Canadian Students

All full-time Canadian students are charged a fee for the Students’ Council Health & Dental Plan. 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 are still required to pay the student health insurance plan fee to CMCC. They may, however opt out of the Students’ Council Health & Dental Plan online, during the Change of Coverage Period, and receive a refund of the student health insurance plan fee directly from the insurance company. The plan also provides the option to enroll a spouse and/or dependants at additional cost.

For more information, call 1 877 795 4422 or visit www.studentcare.ca

International Student Insurance

For International Student Insurance please visit www.cihip.ca/coverage

International students are required to carry health insurance arranged through CMCC and the Students’ Council. This insurance is mandatory unless the student is able to provide evidence of coverage under a Canadian provincial health plan, and an equivalent extended health plan. These plans provide a 12 month coverage for their designated coverage period. More information about student health insurance is available by contacting Student Services

2022-2023 Tuition Payment Due Dates

2022-2023 Fee Payment Due Dates

Canadian International Due Date
Year I (Class of 2026)

$17,145

$20,871  July 8, 2022

$10,994

$13,192  January 6, 2023

$28,139

$34,063 
Year II (Class of 2025)

$16,525

$20,220

August 26, 2022

$10,887

$13,064

January 6, 2023

$27,412

$33,284

Year III (Class of 2024)

$16,925

$20,700

August 26, 2022

$10,487

$12,584

January 6, 2023

$27,412

$33,284


Year IV (Class of 2023)

$7,246

$8,695

June 24, 2022

$9,857

$12,218

August 26, 2022

$10,046

$12,055

January 6, 2023

$27,149

$32,968



Other Undergraduate Fees and Costs

Admissions

Application (non-refundable)*

$150

Interview (non-refundable)*

$150

Application for transfer (non-refundable)*

$500

Student Registration Fee (non-refundable)*

$500

Administrative

Parking Pass (non-refundable)

$650

Parking Card (refundable upon return)

$25

Returned cheques (each)

$45

Wire transfer fee

$15

Examination Fees

Official Re-read*

$50

Deferred Written Examination*

$75

Supplemental Examination*

$100

OSCE Deferred or Supplemental Examination*

$100

Year IV Clinical Deferred or Supplemental Examination (OSCE or written)*

$150

Year IV Clinical Deferred or Supplemental Examination (OSCE and written)*

$250

Other

Leave of Absence Fee

$500

Transfer Credit Application Fee (per course)*

$50

Official Transcript*

$15

Duplicate Diploma*

$45

Outreach Abroad (approximately)

$1,800

Peer Tutoring (per hour)

$16

Supplies Year I (approximately)1

Textbooks

$500

Financial Obligations

Students are responsible for paying their CMCC fees by the stated due dates. CMCC cannot be held responsible for any loan payments that arrive after the tuition due date. Interest charges related to any delays in the processing and advancing of any student loan proceeds to CMCC are the responsibility of the student.

Late Payment

  • An interest charge will be applied to all overdue balances at the end of the business day every Friday, of 12% per annum compounded weekly. The interest rate charged is subject to change without notice.
  • Students with outstanding balances could be subject to the following sanctions until full payment is made to CMCC:
    • withholding of grades, denial of access to class or clinic treating privileges, denial of examination writing privileges, termination of library services, and/ or de-registration.
  • Students will not receive their final grades or transcripts, will not be promoted to the next year, nor be permitted to graduate until all financial obligations to CMCC have been met.
  • Provincial and state regulatory boards may be notified of any student who remains indebted to CMCC at the completion of Year IV.