December 31, 2014

Tax Clinics

FREE APUS- UTGSU Income Tax Clinic

U of T St. George Campus Tax Clinic (APUS-UTGSU Tax Clinic – by appointment only)

Registration is now closed and we no longer have the capacity to book any more appointments.

If you did not receive an appointment confirmation email with a date and time, We were unable to book you for a time.

If you still need to file your taxes below are some low cost or free options:

Students can file with UFILE (online) for free: 

First-time filers cannot file their taxes online on their own. If this is not your first time then you should be able to transmit your return through Netfile. Ufile generates the tax return and Netfile (connected to UFILE) transmits your return in a safe and secure way to the CRA.

Since you are a U of T student you can access the Canadian Federation of Students Tax code to use UFILE for free. The code is CFS1981. Please follow this link to register for an online UFile account.

H & R block Student discount

Students file for about 39.99 + filing fee. Please check out their website.

Community Volunteer income tax program clinic (free)

Please email if you have any questions, or call 416-978-0831.

FREE APUS-SCSU Income Tax Clinic

U of T Scarborough Campus Tax Clinic (APUS- SCSU Tax Clinic – drop-in clinic)

NOTE: This APUS-SCSU clinic will only file 2017 taxes.

Mark your calendar, it’s tax season!

The Association of Part-time Undergraduate Students (APUS) and the Scarborough Campus Students Union (SCSU) is proud to offer a free tax clinic to help undergraduate students registered at the University of Toronto file their 2017 tax returns. In partnership with the Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA)’s Community Volunteer Income Tax Program, our Tax Clinic is a free service to help students complete their tax returns.

Date and Time: March 7 – March 22rd, 2018

To sign up or for more information [location, schedule, and access] visit here or email



We are only able to assist personal tax returns for students with an annual income of less than $30,000.  We are not available to help students with business or rental income and expenses, as well as capital gains or losses (investments).

International Students

If you are an international student studying in Canada, you may have to file a Canadian income tax return. You must determine your residency status to know how you will be taxed in Canada.

For more information please visit the CRA website or speak with your international transition advisor at the Center for International Experience.  

What to Bring


  • UofT Student T-Card
  • Your most recent Notice of Assessment
  • Your Social Insurance Number (SIN) and, if applicable, your spouse’s SIN
  • A list of your dependents, their exact dates of birth, their income, and their SINs, if they have one
  • T4 – Salary and wages
  • T4A – Scholarships, bursaries
  • T4RSP – Registered retirement savings plan
  • RC62 – Universal Child Care Benefit
  • Direct Deposit Information (Account #, Branch #, Institution #)
  • Photo ID and Mailing Address

Receipts for Expenses and Credits:

  • T778 – Child care expenses and a completed T778
  • Union dues
  • T2202A – Tuition fees and education amount (you can print this from ACORN)
  • Medical expenses (for prescriptions, a printout can be obtained from your pharmacy)
  • Rent receipt (a lease is not considered a receipt)
  • Monthly or yearly public transit passes and the receipt of payment

We cannot help you if:

  • You have foreign income over $1000
  • You make more than $30,000 annually
  • More than $1000.00 appears in box 48 of the T4 form (please check before making your appointment)
  • Individuals who filed for bankruptcy
  • You do not show up for your appointment or you do not bring all the relevant paperwork

Want to file your return on your own?

Need access to tax filing software? As members of the Canadian Federation of Students, our national students’ union, all APUS members have access to free tax filing through Ufile. For more information about the free Ufile service, click here.

For more information or for questions, contact: