ON extends one-year tuition freeze

May 4, 2021
The Government of Ontario has announced that it will be extending its one-year tuition freeze. Tuition will be frozen for students from the province for an additional year, while institutions will be allowed to raise tuition for out-of-province students by 3%. “It is critical to the economic recovery of Ontario that today's students, and tomorrow's leaders, innovators and workers can obtain the skills they need to succeed in a highly competitive global economy,” said Ross Romano, ON Minister of Colleges and Universities. “The extended tuition freeze will ensure Ontarians have affordable access to our first-class postsecondary education system and will provide financial relief to our families.” ON | The Star (ON)