Tuition & Fees
A college education is a significant investment, and Manhattan College is committed to providing each student with a foundation for their future success. In a survey released by Bloomberg Businessweek/PayScale.com, Manhattan College placed 13th out of 50 competitive colleges and universities in the "50 Affordable Colleges with the Best Return on Investment" category. Many of our students discover that by exploring financial aid and scholarship opportunities, the cost of Manhattan College is well within reach.
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.
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.
Cost Worksheets: 2013-2014
Note: Rates are effective May 1, 2013
Manhattan College abides by a tiered tuition system. Students are encouraged to use the cost worksheet below that corresponds with their first semester of enrollment at the College and their online financial aid award letter to estimate their annual balance.
- Students Admitted before Fall 2011
- Students Admitted in 2011-2012
- Students Admitted in 2012-2013
- Students Admitted in 2013-2014