Undergraduate 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 fact, Manhattan College placed 33rd among more than 1,200 U.S. colleges and universities on the 2015 College Return on Investment (ROI) Report, which further demonstrates the long-term professional success of Manhattan graduates. 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.

New Student Annual Cost of Attendance* - Resident, 2015–2016

Tuition $35,600
***Program fee $1,720
Room and board $14,430
Health services fee $140
Information services fee $620
Student activity fee $500
Matriculation fee $320
Orientation fee $300
Dorm damage deposit $300
Total Direct Billable Costs $53,930
**Books $1,200
**Miscellaneous $1,200
**Transportation $600
Total budget $56,930

New Student Annual Cost of Attendance* - Commuter, 2015–2016

Tuition $35,600
***Program fee $1,720
Health services fee $140
Information services fee $360
Student activity fee $500
Matriculation fee $320
Orientation fee $300
Total Direct Billable Costs $38,940
**Books $1,200
**Miscellaneous $1,200
**Transportation $1,100
**Room and board allowance $2,000
Total budget $44,440

*Note: COA listed for new students entering 2015–2016. The school of enrollment determines the program fee. Adjustments are made for less than full-time status, over-credit charges and room and board plan selected. Please refer to the student financial services page for complete COA listings for continuing students.

**Books, transportation and miscellaneous fees are not directly billed by the college; however you may borrow loans/work study to cover these estimated expenses.

***The program fee amount listed above is an average. The exact program fee is determined by school of enrollment: 

  • Arts: $1,330
  • Business: $1,580
  • Education and Health: $1,330
  • Engineering: $2,660
  • Science: $1,700

Download the financial aid guide for more information including a tuition breakdown, payment options and loan information.