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Mount Saint Mary College    
 
    
 
  Dec 17, 2017
 
Undergraduate Catalog 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Tuition and Fees



 

Tuition and Fees 2016-17

 
   

Full-time traditional: Freshmen and Transfers (entering fall 2013 and after)

Cost

12 to 16 credits

$14,024 per semester

 

$28,050 annually

Less than 12 credits or more than 16 credits

$935 per credit

Returning and Nontraditional Students

Cost

(entered prior to fall 2013)

 

Undergraduate

$935 per credit

Adult Degree Completion discount

$711 per credit

Online Education:

 

Blended Summer - MSMC Traditional Student

$711 per credit

Blended online RN to BS in nursing

$632 per credit

West Point/Stewart Reduced Rate & online courses

$250 per credit

Military on campus Adult Program

$575 per credit

25% contract discount

$650 per credit

Graduate*

$750 per credit

25% Discount (alumni, contract, military, student teaching schools) $563 per credit

Fees

Cost

General fee, per semester

 

Full-time student

$500

Part-time student and nontraditional

$80

New Student Fee

$225

Laundry Fee, per semester

$35

Application Fee

$45

Returned Check

$25

Drop fee, per drop

$10

Late Payment Fee

$200

Room and Board

Cost

Regular room

$4,085 per semester

 

$8,170 annually

Single room

$4,563 per semester

 

$9,126 annually

Standard Board

$2,967 per semester

 

$5,934 annually

Elmwood & Seniors Board

$2,367 per semester

 

$4,735 annually

Room & Board, Regular Room $7,052 per semester
  $14,105 annually
Room & Board, Single Room $7,530 per semester
  $15,060 annually
Early move in fee $50/day

 

 

Transcripts, Unofficial

 

Active Students

NC

 

Inactive Students

$3.00

Transcripts, Official

 

first copy mailed home

$5.00

 

five copies to same address

$20.00

 

10 copies to same address

$30.00

Prior Learning Assessment or Challenge Examination Fees

 

 

Application Fee (non-refundable)

$50.00

 

Evaluation Fee, credit

25% of tuition

Nursing and Physical Therapy Students

In addition to the fees paid by all students, students in the nursing and medical technology programs must pay the approximate fees listed below. The means and cost of transportation to and from clinical agencies is the responsibility of each student.

Uniforms and Equipment

Variable

 

(approximate for nursing)

$275.00

Transportation to field agencies

Variable

CPR Certification Fee

$100.00

Annual Health Exam

Variable

(MSMC Health Services: provides Physical and PPD for nursing)

Nominal Fee

Nursing Proficiency Exams for RNs and LPNs

 

 

Per Written Exam

Between $80.00 and $90.00

 

Per Clinical Exam

Between $160.00 and $205.00

 

 

Physical Therapy

 

New York Medical College

 

 

Tuition

$28,750.00

 

Fees

$476.00

 

Telecommunication Fee

$320.00

 

NYMC Health Insurance

$3,714.00

 

Books and Supplies

$1,808.00

 

Food

$4,346.00

 

Housing (12 months, Includes 200.00 deposit)

$9,744.00

 

Transportation

$1,626.00

 

Miscellaneous

$3,508.00

TOTAL

$54,292.00

 

Tuition Rates for 5 year BA/MSE students

 

Students enrolled in 5 year Master and Bachelors Education programs will be billed per credit. Undergraduate courses will be billed at the undergraduate tuition rate and graduate courses will be billed at the graduate tuition rate. Effective 2016.

Payment of Tuition and Fees

Tuition and fees are due one week before the semester or session begins. Checks should be made payable to Mount Saint Mary College. MasterCard, Visa and Discover are accepted. Credit card and Echeck payments may be made online through the MSMC Web Module.

For students who prefer to pay tuition and expenses on a monthly basis, the college offers a payment plan. Please contact the Student Accounts Office (845-569-3214) for an application or additional information.

A late payment fee will be assessed if the student account balance is not satisfied by the due date. Students will not be allowed to register for classes, receive their diploma or an official transcript with an outstanding balance. A late registration fee will be charged to all returning students who register on or after the first day of the semester or session. Past due accounts are subject to collection costs.

Books and supplies may be purchased at the Campus Store. The estimated expenses per year for books and supplies is $1,000; estimated expenses per year for personal costs (spending money, laundry and incidental needs) is $1,000; estimated costs per year for commuter transportation is $1,500. Students planning to live off-campus should allow approximately $5,400 per year for rental and $1,800 per year for food.

Housing Deposits

Students in residence at the college renew their room reservations annually before February 28 by making a deposit of $300.

Deposits are not refundable but will be credited only to room and board charges.

Newly admitted students are encouraged to make their deposits before April 15 or within a month of acceptance if the acceptance date is after April 15. Deposits are refundable if notice not to attend Mount Saint Mary College is received by the Director of Admissions on or before May 1.

Dorm Damage Deposit (effective Fall 2016)

First time resident students are required to pay a $100 residence hall damage deposit.  This deposit provides security that the terms and conditions of the housing agreement will be fulfilled and the unit will be returned to its original condition when the student moves of his/her space.

The deposit is not a damage fund where intermittent damage charges are deducted during the course of the student’s residency; however, damage charges will be taken from the deposit at the end of the final year of residency.  Any damage charges incurred are assessed to the student’s account until the end of residency.

Portion ($100) of the first housing deposit will be held for dorm damage, remainder will be applied to the student account.

Refund of Tuition and Fees

The college must make financial commitments to faculty, staff, and suppliers on an annual basis. For this reason, refunds will be made only as follows:

Withdrawal from the College

In the event of withdrawal from the college, the student must give written notification to the Registrar. The date of withdrawal will be determined by the date recorded in the Registrar’s Office. Withdrawal before the first day of class will result in a 100% refund of institutional charges, which consist of tuition, mandatory fees, room and board. All refunds are subject to a $50 administrative fee.

If a student withdraws

*institutional charges returned

 

Before/within 1st week of class

100% refund

 

Within 2nd week of class

60% refund

 

Within 3rd week of class

30% refund

 

After 3rd week of class

No refund

 

 

 

*Institutional charges include any tuition, mandatory fees; room and board. All withdrawals are subject to a $10-per-course administrative fee. Resident students leaving college housing will be prorated as detailed above with no refund on room charges after the third week of class.

Dropped Courses

Withdrawal from a course is the student’s responsibility. The student must drop the course by contacting the Registrar’s Office in writing or online through the MSMC Web Module (print a copy). A student who fails to attend class before the end of the add/drop period may be withdrawn at the professor’s discretion.

If a student remains registered but drops a course in a traditional schedule during the first week of classes, all charges will be dropped. Thereafter, refunds will be made as follows:

If the student withdraws during:

the refund will be

 

Week 1

100%

 

Week 2

60%

 

Week 3

30%

 

After week 3

none

 

For Accelerated/Evening Courses

 

If a student withdraws

**institutional charges returned

 

Before/within 1st week of class

100%

 

Within 2nd week of class

50%

 

After the 2nd week of class

none

Note: Accelerated/Evening classes that run 12 or more weeks follow the traditional refund schedule.

Whether withdrawing entirely from the college or from individual courses, the student must give written notification to the Registrar’s Office. The date of withdrawal will be determined by the date received in the Registrar’s Office. Percentage Refund Dates are listed in the Academic Calendar.

Withdrawal from housing will be determined by the date that the student completes the check-out process, which includes returning all room and mailbox keys to the Residence Life Department.

**Institutional charges include any tuition and mandatory fees. All withdrawals are subject to a $10-per-course administrative fee.

Any student who drops below 12 credits (full-time status) will risk losing full-time financial aid and have the award adjusted accordingly. Residential students are required to be full time students. Residents must be granted permission by the Residence Life Department to remain in housing with less than 12 credits.