Housing Rates

Housing Costs

Fitzgerald Hall

  • Super single - $11,200 per year
  • Double - $9,800 per year
  • Suite single - $10, 700 per year
  • Suite double - $10,080 per year 

Maria Regina Hall

  • Single - $10,800
  • Super single - $11, 200 per year
  • Double - $9, 800 per year
  • Suite single - $10,700 per year
  • Suite double - $10,080 per year
  • Triple - $8,200 per year

Meal plans:

All students living in the residence hall must participate in one of the following meal plans:
  • Gold Plan: Declining Balance A* $1,895 per semester $3,790 per year
  • Silver Plan: Declining Balance B* $1,695 per semester $3,390 per year *Freshmen must choose the Gold or Silver Plan
  • Bronze Plan: Declining Balance C $1,495 per semester $2,990 per year

Dorm charges must be paid in full prior to the move-in date.

Residential Life Payment Policy: Dorm and meal plan charges must be paid in full by the student, prior to the move-in date.

Resident students are offered two types of payment options for their room and board charges. Both payment options require that the student makes payment in full, prior to the semester move-in-date:

Payment Option One: Students have the option of paying out-of-pocket for their room and board charges by the semester bill due date.

Payment Option Two: Students may request that their excess approved financial aid funds help cover all, or part of the costs of room and board. However, for financial aid funds to be considered, all financial aid documents must be in place, Master Promissory Note (MPN) signed, and loan approval received, by the Office of Financial Aid. Students should inform the Office of the Bursar when choosing payment Option Two.

Financial Aid Processing Tip: When applying for Federal Direct Parent Loan (PLUS) and/or Alternative Student Loan (ALT), students are encouraged to apply for the PLUS loan and/or ALT loan at least 45 days prior to the start of the semester.

Resident Hall Advisors: Payment waivers for resident hall advisors (RAs) are processed by the Office of Residence Life. If a student is expecting a resident hall waiver and it is not reflected on the student account, please contact the Director of Residence Life.

Please direct your room and board questions to the Residence Life Office at 516.323.3463.

 

Go Ahead

  • Admissions Molloy College is a selective, affordable, liberal arts college on Long Island, in Suffolk and Nassau County, New York that offers quality undergraduate and nationally-ranked graduate degree programs.
  • Financial Aid One of the most affordable colleges on Long Island, Molloy College offers financial aid to more than 85 percent of students.