Tuition & Fees

Tuition

The tuition and fee charges to attend Manhattan College vary for all of our different types of students:

  • Undergraduate Tuition & Fees

    Manhattan College establishes a full cost of attendance (COA) budget that includes tuition, fees, room and board, books, transportation and personal/miscellaneous expenses. Students are only billed for tuition and fees and the cost of on-campus residency, but the other expenses are calculated into the student expense budget for the purpose of establishing need and awarding aid.

    Regular Fees

    TUITION & FEES 2018-2019 PER SEMESTER
    Tuition (all schools) $19,650
    School of Education & Health Program Fee $740
    School of Liberal Arts Program Fee $740
    School of Science Program Fee $940
    School of Business Program Fee $880
    School of Engineering Program Fee $1,470
    Information Services Fee (Resident) $350
    Information Services Fee (Commuter)  $205
    Student Engagement Fee $270
    Health Center Fee $80
    Tuition per credit (Part-time studies) $1,010
    Room & Board (Ultimate Plan) $8,110
    Room & Board (Overlook) $7,650

    Special Fees

    OTHER CHARGES & FEES - 2018-2019
    Overcredit Charge (per credit) $1,010
    Taskstream Portfolio Fee (annual charge) $40
    Single Room Surcharge (per semester) $2,550
    12-Month Housing (annual charge) $3,540
    Intersession Residency Charge per week (Attending MC Class) $240
    Intersession Residency Charge per week (Not Attending Class) $350
    Dorm Damage Deposit (one-time fee) $300
    Matriculation Fee (one-time fee) $360
    Orientation Fee (one-time fee) $340
    Non-Matriculation fee (per term) $190
    Returned Check Charge (per item) $25
    Study Abroad Fee (per semester away) $570
    Intersession Internship (per credit) $270

    Graduation Fee (per diploma/ certificate)

    *The graduation fee is paid by all graduating students whether or not they participate in commencement*

    $400
    Transfer Credit Fee (for off-campus courses) $170
    Transcript (per copy) $5
    Deferral Fee (optional financing tool) per semester $100
    Late Payment Charge (assessed monthly on the open balance) 1% 
  • Graduate Tuition & Fees

    2018-19 Tuition Rates:

    Graduate Education and Health per credit $950
    Graduate Engineering per credit $1,090
    Graduate Business per credit $1,120
    Graduate Science per credit $1,090
    Graduate School of Continuing and Professional Studies per credit $870
    Tuition per credit for undergraduate prerequisite courses $1,010
    Graduate Business-Bridge Courses for Non-Majors (summer rate) per credit $420

    Fees:

    Registration Fee per term $110
    Information Services Fee (resident surcharge) per term $170
    Information Services Fee School of Business (enrolled in 5 credits+) $190
    Information Services Fee School of Education & Health (enrolled in 5 credits+) $190
    Information Services Fee School of Engineering (enrolled in 5 credits+) $160
    Information Services Fee School of Science (enrolled in 5 credits+) $160
    Information Services Fee School of Continuing and Professional Studies (enrolled in 5 credits+) $190
    Non-Matriculation Fee $190
    Returned check charge (per item) $25             

    Graduation Fee (charged per degree/certificate program)

    *The graduation fee is paid by all graduating students whether or not they participate in commencement*

    $400
    Off-campus courses transfer credit $170
    Deferral Fee (optional financing tool), per semester $100
    Transcript (per copy) $5
    Late payment charge (per month on overdue balance) 1%
  • SCPS Undergraduate Degrees Tuition & Fees

    2018-19 Rates

    Undergraduate Continuing and Professional Studies Tuition per credit $680
    Undergraduate Information Services Fee per term $50
    Non-Matriculation Fee per term $190

    Graduation Fee (charged per degree)

    *The graduation fee is paid by all graduating students whether or not they participate in commencement*

    $400

    The School of Continuing and Professional Studies payment policy has been designed to ensure that students complete the program and earn their degree with their financial obligation to the College satisfied.  Payment deadlines are set based on the course structure, therefore tuition and fees are due one week prior to the start of each part of term.

  • Online Graduate Degrees Tuition & Fees

    2018-19 Rates

    Online MBA program per credit $1,170
    Online Organizational Leadership program per credit $930

    Graduation Fee (charged per degree)

    *The graduation fee is paid by all graduating students whether or not they participate in commencement*

    $400

    Rates are effective May 1, 2018.

    The online graduate degree payment policy has been designed to ensure that students complete the program and earn their degree with their financial obligation to the College satisfied. Payment deadlines are set based on the course structure, therefore tuition and fees are due one week prior to the start of each part of term.

  • IELP Tuition & Fees

    2018-19 Rates IELP (Intensive English Language Program)

    IELP Tuition per term

    $4,370
    IELP Orientation Fee (one-time) $340
    IELP Information Services Fee-Resident Student-per semester $350
    IELP Information Services Fee-Commuter Student-per semester $205
    IELP Student Engagement Fee-per semester $270
    IELP Health Center Fee-per semester $80

     

  • Camino Tuition & Fees

    2018-19 Rates Camino Program

    Camino Tuition-per term $4,987.50
    Camino Information Services Fee-Commuter Student $205
    Camino Student Engagement Fee-per term $270
    Camino Health Center Fee-per term $80

     

  • Fees Glossary

    Recurring Fees

    The following fees are charged on a recurring basis. 

    Health Services Fee

    Assessed to all full-time undergraduate students once per term. It supports a variety of services, including access to our Health Services facility. This fee also includes a mandatory student accident insurance that Manhattan provides to supplement other insurance in case the student is involved in an accident on campus.  

    Information Services Fee

    This fee provides students with a variety of services, including email, wireless connectivity, cloud computing with document sharing, file storage, free printing in computer labs, digital signage, a course management system, academic and research database access, and newspapers. It is charged each semester.

    Non-Matriculation Fee

    This fee is charged each term to students who are not matriculated at Manhattan College.

    Overcredit Charges

    Students who exceed the annual number of credits listed under the current degree requirements in their field of study for their class status will be charged at the per credit tuition rate for the school in which they are registered. Overcredit charges are assessed each spring semester. Students should contact their academic advisor for questions related to annual enrollment limits. Course requirements are listed in the Manhattan College catalog.

    Program Fee

    This fee is charged each semester to all full-time undergraduate students and serves to differentiate programming costs between the five schools of the College.

    Registration Fee (Graduate Students)

    This fee is charged to graduate students each term they register. NOTE: Summer registration covers up to three terms.

    Room and Board

    Room and Board charges are based on a resident student’s meal plan selection each semester. Additional housing surcharges are assessed for single rooms and 12-month housing.

    Student Engagement Fee

    This fee is charged each semester to all full-time undergraduate students. These fees fund Student Government and other recognized Manhattan student organizations as well as varied extracurricular excursions and activities. 

    Study Abroad Fee

    Students studying through study abroad programs are assessed this fee during the semester away from campus.

    Transfer Credit Fee

    This fee is assessed for matriculated students who have received prior approval from their academic advisor to take a course for credit at another college or university. This fee will be assessed once the transcript has been received, evaluated and processed by the Registrar’s office. 

    One-time, Mandatory Fees

    These fees are assessed to student accounts in their first semester of enrollment at Manhattan College (unless otherwise noted).

    Dorm Damage Deposit

    This fee is charged to all first-time resident students. It is refundable, less sanctions or damage assessments upon proper withdrawal from housing at the completion of the housing contract period.

    Graduation Fee

    This mandatory fee covers various expenses including but not limited to: printing of the diploma, registering the degree with New York State, cap and gown, and the commencement ceremony. The fee is charged to all undergraduate students upon completion of 90 credits. Graduate students are assessed the fee after they have officially applied for graduation. The Graduation fee is paid by all graduating students regardless of their participation in the commencement ceremony.

    Matriculation Fee

    Assessed to all first-year students that confirms pursuit of a baccalaureate degree program.

    Orientation Fee

    Covers the cost of a two-day orientation program or the orientation new and transferred students undergo each Spring term. Students meet with academic advisors and register for classes.  

The uncertainty of present-day costs makes it necessary for the College to reserve the right to adjust tuition and fees whenever necessary. In applying for admission, students and their families should anticipate future annual increases.