Frequently Asked Questions for Student Accounts
How much does it cost to attend Marymount Manhattan College?
The Tuition and Fees schedule is available in the Admissions section of this site. Tuition and fees must be paid by the semester's due date. Failure to pay will result in a late fee being assessment and can cause a delay or loss of your preferred housing status.
Is the tuition different between in-state and out-of-state-residents?
No. As a private institution, Marymount Manhattan College offers the same rate for tuition and fees to all students.
When is payment due?
The payment dates for the current academic year are available online.
How does the monthly payment plan work?
The College offers a monthly payment plan through e-Cashier, administered by Nelnet Business Solutions. A payment plan allows a family to budget payments over the course of the entire semester. For further details go to e-Cashier or call the Center for Student Services at 212-517-0500..
When am I eligible for a student refund from my financial aid?
As aid is disbursed to your account, it creates a credit balance. That credit balance is returned to the student or parent as a refund. Funds that are expected to be received can appear as a credit on your statement but cannot be refunded until they are received and paid to the account. This can result in multiple refunds being issued during the semester.
I'm living in the dorms, when do I have to pay?
Dorm students are required to pay their tuition and dorm fees by the semester's payment due date. Students that do not meet the payment deadline risk losing their room assignment.
What is the tuition refund policy if I drop one or more classes?
Students dropping classes during a semester are charged according to the MMC tuition cancellation policy. Students who withdraw completely are required to complete an official withdrawal form in Academic Advisement in the Center for Student Services.
Am I required to have health insurance coverage?
Marymount Manhattan College requires all students to maintain a certain basic level of medical coverage as unexpected medical expenses can arise at anytime. All full-time students are required to submit proof of alternative coverage. Students who do not submit proof of coverage will be required to use the Health Insurance offered by the College. For more information contact the Office of Student Affairs at 212-774-0750.
What does it mean when I have a Student Account restriction on my record?
Restrictions, also called holds, are placed on a student's account when a balance remains due. The purpose of the block is to restrict further registration activity or the release of academic transcripts. It is important to come to the Center for Student Services to make arrangements for payment. In some cases, the hold may be lifted to allow a student to register for the next term. Under no circumstances will the hold be lifted to release academic transcripts.