Ontario’s undergraduate students have been asked to shoulder the burden of rapidly rising tuition and associated costs of attending university. One of the most common means of providing new funds for building maintenance, capital projects, and student services has been through ancillary fees. Ancillary fees in Ontario have been rapidly increasing–by over 20% since 2010–and they comprise, on average, about 16% of the total fees paid by students in all university Arts and Science programs. As universities scramble to subsidize their operations, students are unfairly being tasked with paying ever increasing ancillary fees. This places increased financial burdens on Ontario’s students, and raising serious concerns about the transparency, accountability, and fair cost sharing principles that students feel should permeate throughout the sector.