There's no question that a college education is a significant investment. However, unlike many other colleges and universities with comparable tuition rates, Manhattan College is consistently ranked asone of the top schools in the nation for offering a high return on investment. The investment you make in your education at Manhattan College will pay you back in the form of higher salaries and greater opportunities over the course of your career.
Undergraduate Continuing and Professional Studies Tuition per credit
Undergraduate Information Services Fee per term
Information Services Fee per term (resident surcharge)
Student Health Insurance**
Non-Matriculation Fee per term
Graduation Fee (charged per degree)
*The graduation fee is paid by all graduating students whether or not they participate in commencement*
** Student Health Insurance will be assessed to all international students, resident students and students participating in intercollegiate athletics. The charge can be waived if proof of existing comparable coverage is submitted and approved by the insurance provider. If you have not waived the MC-SHIP health insurance coverage for the Fall & Spring academic year, you will see a charge of $2,550 on your statement for the health insurance plan ($1,484 if enrolled Spring only). For more information on whether your student status places you under the health insurance mandate and for information and deadlines for the online waiver/enrollment process, please visit: www.manhattan.edu/studenthealthinsurance.
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.