Post-Secondary Tuition Fees and Student Fees Policy

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We want to hear from you to help inform the future Tuition Fees and Student Fees Policy in Manitoba.

In 2021, The Advanced Education Administration Amendment Act (Bill 33), removed the previous formula and established the Advanced Education, Skills and Immigration minister’s authority to implement guidelines and regulations to regulate university and college tuition and fees.

The new policy will recognize the need to maintain affordability and accessibility for students while also ensuring that our universities and colleges have the resources they need to continue to offer quality programming.

Consultation Principles and Objectives:

  • Affordability and accessibility for students
  • Financial sustainability for institutions
  • High quality instructional programming
  • Understanding tuition and fees policy as part of a broader strategic framework
  • Meaningful and broad engagement.

Manitobans are invited to participate in this online survey and provide feedback for the development of a post-secondary tuition and fees policy.

This information is available in an alternative format upon request. Please email PSI@gov.mb.ca to request this survey in an alternative format.

Image of student backpack, laptop and other supplies. Caption reads Tuition Fees and Student Fees Policy.

We want to hear from you to help inform the future Tuition Fees and Student Fees Policy in Manitoba.

In 2021, The Advanced Education Administration Amendment Act (Bill 33), removed the previous formula and established the Advanced Education, Skills and Immigration minister’s authority to implement guidelines and regulations to regulate university and college tuition and fees.

The new policy will recognize the need to maintain affordability and accessibility for students while also ensuring that our universities and colleges have the resources they need to continue to offer quality programming.

Consultation Principles and Objectives:

  • Affordability and accessibility for students
  • Financial sustainability for institutions
  • High quality instructional programming
  • Understanding tuition and fees policy as part of a broader strategic framework
  • Meaningful and broad engagement.

Manitobans are invited to participate in this online survey and provide feedback for the development of a post-secondary tuition and fees policy.

This information is available in an alternative format upon request. Please email PSI@gov.mb.ca to request this survey in an alternative format.