Student Society Fees and Levies
The Camosun College Student Society supports a number of initiatives through levies passed by student referenda. Students who are members of the Student Society must pay these non-refundable fees and levies according to published fee deadlines.
The following rates are effective September 1, 2017.
|Athletics||$4.41 per month||Levy to support athletics programming|
|BCFS/CFS||$2.25 per month||Fee for membership in the BC Federation of Students and the Canadian Federation of Students|
|Building Fund||$3.97 per month||Designed to raise funds to build a Student Society building at some point in the future|
|CCSS||$10.30 per month||Levy supports the ongoing Camosun College Student Society operations and services|
|Child Care||$1.08 per month||Levy to support students as parents and the Camosun College Daycare Centres|
|Recreation||$3.07 per month||To enhance recreation programming and services at both campuses|
|Recycled Paper||$0.15 per month||Levy to raise funds to work in partnership with Camosun to move toward using only recycled paper throughout the college|
|Student Refugee Program||$0.45 per month||Levy to support the refugee-sponsorship program|
|U-Pass||$20.25 per month||Levy representing 25% of the cost of an adult monthly bus pass, less a $1/month subsidy from parking revenues|
|Student Benefits Plan||$254 per year||Levy to provide most students with Extended Health and Dental benefits (12 months coverage)|
CCSS Student Benefits Plan
- Lansdowne: Fisher 101B
- Interurban: Campus Centre 111
- Phone: 250-370-3696
Most full-time students who pay Student Society fees and levies are required to participate in the CCSS Student Benefits Plan. Eligible students (those enrolled in credit courses, taking 60 hours or more in the first 7 weeks of class) will be automatically assessed health and dental fees at the time of registration. The fees for the Student Benefits Plan are currently $254 per year for 12 months of coverage.
Student Benefit Plan opt-out
Students with existing coverage may choose to opt out of the extended health and/or dental plan(s). Learn more.
Last updated: August 4, 2017 3:47 pm