Continuing Education

Continuing Education projects include University non-credit courses, community services programs, conferences, workshops, seminars, fundraising events and day camps. These events contribute to the University's role within the community and are financed primarily by participant fee revenue and grants awarded by governments, external agencies, foundations and corporations.


New Continuing Education Projects

New Continuing Education projects can be established by completing the:

Included with the form are the guidelines for this type of project. Upon completion of the form, submit to Financial Services for review. 


Registration fees for conferences, workshops, seminars and ticket sales for events are subject to 13% HST. Brochures, registration forms, and websites referencing registration must include the Universitys HST number (10816 2587 RT0001). As per the Canada Revenue Agency, projects that charge HST on registration and ticket sales will receive a 100% HST rebate on related expenses.

Depositing of Cheques

Departments are responsible for depositing conference registration fees or ticket sales through the Central Cashier using the:

Deposits must be split between the project revenue account and the corporate HST account (UW82 105400). Please keep back-up of your HST calculation as they are subject to audit.

Any donations or sponsorships received must be sent to Advancement Services for deposit to ensure that the appropriate charitable or business receipts are provided. Cheques sent to Advancement Services must be accompanied by a:


Continuing Education events have an incremental cost to the University. In order to make a contribution to these incremental costs, overhead is charged to projects at the end of each month based on the monthly transactions. Overhead is not charged on internal transfers or on donations that have been issued a charitable tax receipt through Advancement Services.


Annual budgets are required for Continuing Education projects and must be submitted by May 31st of each year using the: