Student Registration: University Graduate
You should apply for student registration as a University Graduate if you:
- Have conferred a degree
- Have met the academic requirements to confer a degree
- Are currently enrolled in your final term to meet all your degree requirements
Upon application for student registration a University Graduate student must:
- Create a profile on My Portal
- Have applied for or have completed a Transcript Assessment
- Select the registration category ‘University Graduate’
- Submit a Student Registration application and complete the Character/Bankruptcy declarations
- Upload a Proof of Legal Name document
Upon application for student registration a University Graduate student will pay:
Apply between November 1 – June 30
Apply between July 1 – October 31
Annual Student Dues are prorated based on the time of year an applicant applies for Student Registration.
If you request to withdraw or cancel your application for student registration or your application for registration is denied by the Registrar, the initial Student Registration fee of $125 plus HST will be considered forfeit (non-refundable). Once the student registration is approved; the Annual Student Dues (ASD) and the initial registration fee are non-refundable.
Usual processing time for student registration applications is 10 business days following receipt of all documents and payment. Processing times will be longer during peak times or if there are any character or bankruptcy declarations. You will receive a student registration confirmation email once you have been approved for registration as a student with CPA Ontario.
Annual Student Dues (ASD) for University Graduate Students
A University Graduate student shall renew registration on an annual basis by submitting the Annual Student Dues (ASD) of $600 plus HST through My Portal by the due date of January 1. Each year you will receive reminder emails to submit your Annual Student Dues (ASD) prior to the due date. If the Annual Student Dues (ASD) application and payment is not submitted by March 1, a late fee of $100 will be applied. If the Annual Student Dues (ASD) application and payment, including late fee, is not submitted by April 1 you will be subject to suspension. If you do not reinstate prior to June 1 you will be deregistered.
Registered students will be subject to deregistration if all requirements of the CPA Professional Education Program (PEP), including passing the Common Final Exam (CFE) and Practical Experience are not completed by the prescribed deadlines outlined in Regulation 9-1, s.47.