Undergraduate Tuition and Fees

2014-2015

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. 

A. Full Time Undergraduate Student - Tuition Charges

Full time students register for 12 or more credits per semester.

TIERED TUITION BY ADMIT YEAR

PER SEMESTER

New Students entering 2014-2015 $17,150
Entrants in 2013-2014 $17,000
Entrants in 2012-2013 $16,050
Entrants prior to Fall 2012 $15,300

PROGRAM FEES

 PER SEMESTER

Arts $645
Education and Health $645
Business $765
Science $825
Engineering $1,440
Overcredit Charges* per credit hour

*See section on Overcredits for more detail

B. Part Time Students, 2014-2015

Part time students in day, evening or special (January and Summer) sessions register for less than 12 credits per semester.

Tuition Charges per Credit Hour $875

C. Room and Board Fee, per semester, 2014-2015

Room and Board (Standard Room Occupancy) with the following meal plans:

Double Room Unlimited Plan* 

+ $50 Dining Dollars (DDs) + $25 Jasper Dollars (JDs)

$6,870
Overlook Plan- 4 Meals/Week

+ $640 DDs + $160 JDs

$6,470
Single Room Surcharge (per semester) $2,155
12-Month Housing (annual charge)

- No Single Rooms / Overlook Manor only / 15 additional weeks in housing

$3,000

*Mandatory plan for all incoming freshmen.

 

D. One-Time Fees

Application fee (nonrefundable) $60
Student Acceptance Deposit - Commuter (Credited toward Matriculation, nonrefundable) $500
Student Acceptance Deposit - Resident (Credited toward Matriculation, nonrefundable)       Includes Dorm Damage Deposit, refundable upon completion of contract and absence of damage to dormitory facilities. $900
Residence Hall Damage Deposit $300
Graduation (Charged upon achieving Senior status - 90 credits) $375
Matriculation $310
Orientation (Freshmen) $310
Orientation (Transfer) $240

E. Other Fees

Non-matriculation - per semester $180
Late payment charge (per month on overdue balance) 1%
Returned Check $75
Student Activity - per semester $240
Health Services Fee - per semester $70
Physical Education Summer (May) Camp $1,000
Transcript - per copy $5
Transfer Credit Fee for Off-Campus Courses $150
Information Services Fee (Resident) - per semester $300
Information Services Fee (Commuter) - per semester (undergraduate) $175
Room Reservation Fee (due each Spring term to secure next semester's dorm) $400
Study Abroad $525
Deferral fee - optional financing tool, per semester $100

Undergraduate Cost of Attendance (COA) 2014-2015

Manhattan College establishes a full cost of attendance (COA) budget that includes tuition, fees, room and board, books, transportation and personal, miscellaneous expenses. Only the amounts for tuition and fees and on-campus residence will appear on your billing statement, but the other expenses are calculated into the student expense budget for the purpose of establishing need and awarding aid.

ANNUAL COST OF ATTENDANCE* - COMMUTER, 2014-2015

Tuition $34,300
Program Fee $1,530
Health Services Fee $140
Information Services Fee $350
Student Activity Fee $480
Matriculation Fee $310
Orientation Fee $285
Books $1,200
Miscellaneous $1,200
Transportation $1,100
Room and Board allowance $2,000
Total Budget $42,895

 

ANNUAL COST OF ATTENDANCE* - RESIDENT, 2014-2015

Tuition $34,300
Program Fee $1,530
Room and Board $13,740
Health Services Fee $140
Information Services Fee $600
Student Activity Fee $480
Matriculation Fee $310
Orientation Fee $285
Dorm Damage Deposit $300
Books $1,200
Miscellaneous $1,200
Transportation $600
Total Budget $54,685

*COA listed for new students entering 2014-2015. School of enrollment determines the program fee. Consult catalog for the appropriate charge. Adjustments are made for less than full-time status, overcredit charges, and room and board plan selected. 

 

Note: Rates are effective May 1, 2014