We offer several different payment options. Students are always able to combine out-of-pocket payments with financial aid, outside resources, loans, or a monthly payment plan to customize a payment arrangement that best meets their needs. The student’s campus ID number is required for all payments.
Parents, guardians, or employers who need access to the system can set up their own account. In order to set up account access, your student must first log in via JasperNet (see directions above) and authorize you as a user. After you have been added as an authorized user, you can log in at anytime.
For eligible students enrolling in traditional standard Fall and Spring semesters, there is an option to pay your tuition bill in monthly installments, using our secure online payment plan. The Monthly Payment Plan (MPP) offered by Manhattan College allows for the convenient automatic payments of your tuition and fees. The Monthly Payment Plan is available for international students, however, we must adhere to the strict deadlines on the contract due to visa/financial guarantee requirements. The College reserves the right to bar student participation based on a prior default and/or inability to pay (determined by administrators or students verbal and/ or written confirmation).
A non-refundable enrollment fee is charged for a five-month, interest-free plan offered each semester. Enrollment in the Fall Monthly Payment Plan will open in July, and subsequent payments will be due August through November. The Spring Monthly Payment Plan will be offered beginning in December with subsequent payments due January through April.
The Monthly Payment Plan conveniently adjusts the amount of your installments based on changes in tuition and fees or any revisions to financial aid items. Simply check your email as our MPP system sends automated notices anytime your installment amounts have increased or decreased.
As part of the requirement to study in the U.S. on a Student Visa, a prospective student must provide financial evidence showing that they or a sponsor have sufficient funds to cover tuition and living expenses for the academic year when the student intends to study. Based on this visa requirement to have funds available to pay the balance, and in conjunction with the federal TILA and Regulation Z legislation that applies to the College, the College has the right to dictate that future payment plans are not available to international students as payment plans qualify as an extension of financial credit.
Students and families who default on the agreement and do not make satisfactory arrangements in a timely manner to bring the account current will be removed from the Monthly Payment Plan and barred from future participation.
After the tuition deadline has passed, the College offers a Monthly Payment Plan - Late Enrollment. An additional advance payment may be required (up to 60% down, depending on the date of enrollment) and the enrollment charge increases to $75 for the semester plan.
Fall Monthly Payment Plan: For a non-refundable fee, your payments will be divided into 5 monthly installments:
July 17, 2023
August 1, 2023
September 1, 2023
October 2, 2023
November 1, 2023
Spring Monthly Payment Plan: For a non-refundable fee, your payments will be divided into 5 monthly installments:
December 15, 2023
January 2, 2024
February 1, 2024
March 1, 2024
April 1, 2024
How to Enroll
Log into your Student Account Suite as a student or an authorized user and select Payment Plans. Remember that an authorized user must be designated by the student prior to enrolling in a plan.
You can choose to schedule automatic deductions so funds will be drawn out on the payment due date, or opt to receive an email reminder to login monthly and make your payment by the due date. Only the individual who enrolls in the Monthly Payment Plan will receive payment reminder notices. The Authorized User will only receive payment reminder notices if they are the individual who enrolled in the Monthly Payment Plan.
Credit cards/ Debit cards are accepted online only via the Student Account Suite and will be charged a 2.95% nonrefundable convenience fee by our third-party provider, TouchNet® Pay Path. Log into your Student Account Suite to submit your payment.
Manhattan College offers an option for students to pay via international wire transfer through Convera, formerly known as WU® GlobalPay for Students, an easy way to pay tuition and fees in your currency. Access the Convera/ WU® GlobalPay for Students platform by selecting it as a payment option at: www.manhattan.edu/myaccount through the Student Account Suite. You will be asked to complete the following steps:
STEP 1: Enter Your Student Details
Enter your student information on the GlobalPay for Students home page.
STEP 2: Enter Your Payment Amount
Enter your payment amount in U.S. dollars.
STEP 3: Select Your Currency and Country*
Select the currency you would like to pay in and your country.
STEP 4: Obtain Payment Instructions
Enter the details of the person making the payment and obtain your payment instructions.
STEP 5: Process Your Payment Locally
Complete your payment at your bank or with online banking using the payment instructions.
*Due to banking regulations, not all currencies are available. If your home currency isn’t offered, you can pay in another currency, such as the U.S. dollar.
Manhattan College proudly partners with Convera to offer you a simple, secure, and smart way to pay your fees online. Convera’s platform is trusted by 800+ institutions worldwide to enable payments in 140+ currencies across 200+ countries and territories.
With a 529 College Savings Plan, the parent/student is able to access the funds and will need to initiate a payment to the College. Please visit your 529 plan’s website to see what information is required in order to process a withdrawal request. All 529 plans have different forms and request different documents. Parents and/or students must contact their 529 plan administrator directly and follow their procedures to process a withdrawal.
If your plan requires a copy of your bill as proof of qualified direct educational expenses, you can download a copy of the On-Demand Statement through the Student Account Suite, www.manhattan.edu/myaccount.
Please be sure to contact your 529 provider(s) at least ten business days prior to the tuition deadline date to ensure that the College receives your payment by the established deadline.
Checks should be made payable to Manhattan College and reference the student’s full name and nine (9) digit CWID.
Payments can be delievered in person at the cashiering desk, mailed or send via courier such as Fed Ex or UPS to: Office of Student Accounts and Bursar Services 4513 Manhattan College Parkway Bronx, NY 10471
If your 529 Plan will be sending funds electronically, utilizing a digital distribution option (electronic ACH) your plan administrator will need to email email@example.com to request the details required to initiate the transfer.
New York's 529 College Savings Program
New York's 529 College Savings Program Direct Plan provides a flexible, convenient, and low-cost way to save for college. This Program features a variety of investment choices, tax-free withdrawals when used for qualified higher-education expenses*, and contributions that are tax-deductible (up to certain limits**) for New York State residents.
*Earnings on nonqualified withdrawals may be subject to federal income tax and a 10% federal penalty tax, as well as state and local income taxes. Tax and other benefits are contingent on meeting other requirements and certain withdrawals are subject to federal, state, and local taxes.
**Up to $10,000 is deductible from New York State taxable income for married couples filing jointly; single residents can deduct up to $5,000 annually. May be subject to recapture in certain circumstances - rollovers to another state's plan or non-qualified withdrawals.
New York’s 529 College Savings Program atwww.nysaves.orgwill provide enrollment instructions, withdrawal information, forms and FAQs.
You may request a withdrawal of funds throughwww.nysaves.orgunder "NEED TO MAKE A WITHDRAWAL?". The Manhattan College federal school code – 002758 and the campus code – 00 will be required at the time of withdrawal.
LOG ON, click on the account number, select "ASSET MANAGEMENT", then "MAKE A WITHDRAWAL". You will need to specify how much to withdraw and who should receive the funds (this is the fastest and easiest way to withdraw funds).
Download the WITHDRAWAL REQUEST FORM, print, complete and mail. To avoid delays in withdrawals, please complete all the required information on the form.
Funds can be sent to the account holder, to the student beneficiary of your account or an eligible college or university.
The New York's 529 College Savings Program is not managed or administered by Manhattan College. If you have questions, concerns or comments regarding the program or the enrollment process, please direct them to the NY Saves administration at 1-877-NYSAVES (1-877-697-2837).
It is the student’s responsibility to provide any third party sponsor payer with a copy of the billing statement, showing the tuition due date. Upon written request, the Office of Student Accounts and Bursar Services can send an invoice to a third party sponsor. If a sponsor fails to pay by the tuition due date, the student will be responsible for payment of the balance due and any applicable monthly late fees.
Students who need more time to pay their tuition bill or whose employer offers a tuition reimbursement benefit may apply for deferment consideration below.
Deferral and Promise to Pay
An approved deferment agreement is the student's personal obligation to meet and is considered to be a binding payment agreement. The student is then obligated to make payment in full for the applicable semester by the extended deadline established therein.
You must submit a form to apply for a tuition deadline extension. A non-applicable $100 fee payment is required, as well as documentation for pending funds and/or recent loan approvals. Deferral application fees are non-refundable and due at the time the request is submitted. Final deferral approval is determined by the Office of Student Accounts & Bursar Services.
Prevents a student from being dropped or disenrolled from their courses.
Prevents the accrual of late fees until the extended tuition payment deadline.
Permits a resident student to move into residence halls with documentation of secured, funding sources.
When this document is processed by the Office of Student Accounts and Bursar Services, the student incurs full liability for the semester charges. The failure to receive anticipated resources and financial aid funds does not excuse a student's financial obligation to make payment in full to the College.
Failure to pay in full by the approved deferral due date will also result in:
The imposition of additional fees and possible legal ramifications.
A hold on the student’s records, grades, transcripts and future registration at Manhattan College.
Interest charged at a rate of 1% per month, on any balance.