College Fees

This page contains information on the College’s fees and how they may be paid.

General Class application (non-refundable)$100
Jurisprudence e-Learning Module (non-refundable)$50
General Class (pro-rated in the first year only):
– September 1- November 30
– December 1- February 28
– March 1- May 31
– June 1- August 31

Renewal (due each year by August 31)$650
Inactive Class application$50
Inactive Class$200
Renewal late fee- General Class$100
Renewal late fee- Inactive Class$50

View the College’s full fee schedule

The College accepts payments made with the following credit cards: American Express, Discover, MasterCard and Visa.

Payments may also be made through PayPal or by cheque, certified cheque, money order or bank draft, payable to the College of Kinesiologists of Ontario. Cash payments are not accepted. All amounts are payable in Canadian dollars. 

Applicants are responsible for paying fees associated with obtaining professional liability insurance. The College does not provide professional liability insurance.

During the registration process, some applicants may be responsible for fees associated with obtaining the following:

Applicants are responsible for paying such fees directly to the service provider. The College does not provide any of these services

Explanations for each category

Costs such as salaries, rent, IT and office supplies are allocated to each category based on their percentage of the overall budget.

Council administration:
Money spent on Council, Executive Committee, Finance and Planning Committee, and the elections process.

Public awareness and communications:
Money spent on public awareness campaigns, communications to R.Kins and students, translation, communications tools, and the website.

Registration and exams:
Money spent on exam administration, technology for the application and renewal forms, maintenance of the Jurisprudence e-Learning Module, and support to registration and exam committees.

Quality Assurance and practice support:
Money spent on peer and practice assessments, the self-assessment, e-learning modules and the Quality Assurance Committee.

Complaints, investigations and discipline:
Money spent on investigating complaints and on discipline hearings.