Tuition & Fees


Post-Secondary Tuition

$615 / 3-credit course
$1,230 / 6-credit

University and College Preparation Tuition

$140 / 1 credit
$700 / 5-credit course


Students enrolled in YTC programs must pay required fees as outlined below:

Full-time Students

  • Application $75
  • Library and Technology $280 / year
  • Student Services and Registration $220 / year
  • Student Association $50 / year
  • Orientation $300 / year
  • Building Development $50 / term

Total: $850 / year ($425 / term)

Part-time Students

  • Part-time students will be required to pay an application fee and a pro-rated portion of the standard fees.

Transcript Fees

  • Processed within one week $10
  • Processed within 24 hours $20
  • Parchment replacement $60

Funding Information

There are a number of funding sources available to students who attend Yellowhead Tribal College. For more information on the funding you can apply for, contact student services at 780-484-0303.

Funding Resources:

Aboriginal Students

Eligible First Nations students may seek funding by contacting the Education Counsellor at their respective First Nation. Métis students may contact the Métis Nation of Alberta or their settlement for funding options.

Backwoods Energy Services

Backwoods Energy Services invites Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation (ANSN) members to apply for the Backwoods Energy/ANSN Scholarship and Internship Program. The amount of the award is $5000 / school year. Click here for more information.

Freehorse Family Wellness Society

The Post-Secondary Funding Program assists students who have regained their status as a result of Bill C-31 from various First Nations, and students who are residents of Alberta with Northwest Territories or Inuit Treaty Status.

Oteenow Employment & Training Society

The Oteenow Employment & Training Society will provide Human Resource Development Programs to First Nations people in the greater Edmonton area to enable them to become self-reliant and subsequently live productive lives.

YTC Bursaries & Scholarships

YTC sponsored bursaries and scholarships may be available. Contact your department head or student services for more information.


Indspire is an Indigenous-led registered charity that invests in the education of Indigenous people for the long-term benefit of these individuals, their families and communities, and Canada.

Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training Strategy (ASETS)

As part of a broader Aboriginal agenda, ASETS will assist to improve Aboriginal people's skills and facilitate and thus close the gap in employment outcomes between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people. Contact your First Nations ASETS office.

Awards, Scholarships, and Bursaries

Please visit or email the Student Services Coordinator for award and financial aid information.