Tuition and Fees Effective Fall 2017
All tuition and fees listed in this Catalog and in any registration materials issued by the College are subject to change without prior notice by action of the CUNY Board of Trustees.
All tuition and fee schedules are necessarily subject to change without notice, at any time, upon action by the Board of Trustees of The City University of New York regardless of tuition and fee schedules in effect at the time of this printing.
If you do not make full payment on your tuition and fees and other college bills and your account is sent to a collection agency, you will be responsible for all collection costs, including agency fees, attorney fees, and court costs, in addition to whatever amounts you owe the College.
In addition, non-payment or a default judgment against your account may be reported to a credit bureau and reflected in your credit report.
|Full-time matriculated||$3,265 / semester||$580 / equated credit|
|Part-time matriculated||$285 / equated credit||$580 / equated credit|
|Non-Degree||$415 / equated credit||$865 / equated credit|
|Full-time matriculated||$5,225 / semester||$805 / credit|
|Part-time matriculated||$440 / credit||$805 / credit|
|Excess hours||$65 / hour||$85 / hour|
|Academic Excellence Fee*||Resident||Non-Resident|
|Full-time matriculated||$500 / semester||$90 / credit|
|Part-time matriculated||$50 / credit||$90 / credit|
|Full-time matriculated||$6,895 / semester||$940 / credit|
|Part-time matriculated||$580 / equated credit||$940 / credit|
|Excess hours||If applicable||If applicable|
|Full-time level 1||$5,635/ semester**||$1,015 / credit|
|Full-time level 1||$6,215/ semester***||$1,015 / credit|
|Part-time level 1||$645 / credit||$1,015 / credit|
|Level 2||$3,890 / semester||$7,470 / semester|
|Excess hours||If applicable||If applicable|
|Full-time level 1,2,3||$6,895 / semester||$940 / credit|
|Part-time level 1,2,3||$580 / credit||$940 / credit|
|Full-time||$6,115 / semester||$895 / credit|
|Part-time||$520 / credit||$895 / credit|
*Academic Excellence Fee is applicable to all Graduate Nursing Programs.
** Rate for full-time continuing students (enrolled prior to academic year 2017-2018).
*** Rate for full-time resident students in the cohort entering academic year 2017-2018.
|Student Activity Fee|
|Full Time Students*||$138.15|
|Part Time Students*||$102.15|
|Summer Semester Per Session||$72.15|
|Full Time Students||$1.45|
|Part Time Students||$1.45|
|Full Time Students||$125.00|
|Part Time Students||$62.50|
|Consolidated Service Fee|
|Full Time Students||$15.00|
|Part Time Students||$15.00|
**Included in the Student Activity Fee is the NYPIRG ($4) fee.
|Freshmen Application||$65||payable upon filing application for admission or at the time of initial registration at the College|
|Readmission||$20||payable on registration after an absence from the College of one or more semesters|
|Program Change||$18||for any addition to the student's initial registration|
|Cooperating Teacher Waiver||$25|
|Late Registration||$25||charged after the specified registration period|
|Late Payment||$25||charged after bill due date|
|Transcripts for both grad & undergrad non-refundable fee||$7||each (except for copies going to other CUNY colleges for which there is no charge). Check or money order only.|
|Returned Check Fee||$15||For Personal Check Payments made directly to the College that cannot be processed.|
|Returned Online Check Payment Fee||$20||For Online Check Payments that cannot be processed by the College.|
|Maintenance of Matriculation NYS Resident||$215||per semester for matriculated graduate students who do not wish to register for courses during the current semester|
|Maintenance of Matriculation NYS Non Resident||$350||per semester for matriculated graduate students who do not wish to register for courses during the current semester|
|Duplicate ID Card||$5|
|Special Examination||$25||for the first; $5 each additional examination|
Special material fees of $10 or more are required in some courses and subject to change at any time by the Board of Trustees of The City University of New York. (Materials charges are not refundable).
General circulation: 10 cents per day, including days on which the Library is closed, to a maximum of the current price of the item
$1.20 per overdue hour to a maximum of the current price of the item.
Borrower must pay any overdue fines up to and including the date the item is reported as being damaged, plus an amount to be determined by the nature and extent of the damage, not to exceed the current price of the item, plus a processing charge of $10.
Borrower must pay a $10 processing charge in addition to the current price of the item.
Tuition and Fees Refunds
When courses are canceled by the College, a full refund of appropriate tuition and fees will be made. In cases of student-initiated withdrawals, the date on which the withdrawal application is received by the Registrar, not the last date of attendance, is considered the official date of withdrawal for the purpose of computing refunds. Withdrawal from a course before the beginning of classes allows a 100 percent refund of tuition. Information about refunds for withdrawal under other circumstances is shown in the Academic Calendar located on the Registrar’s home page. Class non-attendance, informing the instructor of withdrawal, or altering the bill to indicate intention to drop a course DOES NOT constitute an official withdrawal. If a portion of the tuition has been paid with federal financial aid funds, that portion of any tuition refund is returned to the appropriate financial aid program.
Students should be aware that withdrawal or failure to complete a course affects their financial aid obligations. Questions about financial aid obligations should be referred to the Office of Financial Aid.
Except for the NYPIRG portion of the Student Activity Fee, there are no fee refunds. The NYPIRG amount ($4) is refundable through the NYPIRG Office only.
Return of Title IV Funds
Medical withdrawals, which must include documentation from a physician, should be addressed to the College Health Center. Medical withdrawals are subject to the regular College refund policy. Refer to the Registrar's website for more details.