Secure online payments can be made via electronic check. Credit card (MasterCard or Visa) payments may be made online through CashNet by using your Lion's Den account.
Payment By Mail Or In-Person
Payment by mail or in person can be made by the following methods: Cash, check, money order, Visa or MasterCard, monthly budget plan or through financial aid eligibility.
All checks should be made out to Molloy College and include the account holder ID number on the check. The ID number can be found in the upper left-hand corner of the student statement of account.
Checks returned to Molloy College for insufficient funds will be subject to a $25 collection fee. Immediately upon notification of the returned check, the amount must be replaced with cash, credit card or money order. Any student having a second check returned for insufficient funds may not be permitted to use a personal check in the future.
Tuition Vouchers and Discounts
Tuition Deferment Vouchers: Students receiving any type of tuition deferment vouchers must present the completed/authorized Tuition deferment voucher form at the time of registration to the Office of the Bursar. All charges not covered by the tuition deferment voucher must be paid by the due dates listed previously.
Tuition Credit Vouchers: The value of a tuition credit voucher cannot exceed the student's tuition charges. Tuition credit vouchers can only be applied to tuition. (All fees, course fees and other costs to attend are not covered.)
Molloy Discount Policy: Molloy discounts, when used in conjunction with a tuition credit voucher, are taken off the amount due for tuition after the tuition credit voucher is applied to the bill. Molloy discounts do not apply to fees, course fees and other costs.
Note: Discounts will be adjusted in accordance to any withdrawal credits issued to the student account.
Cooperating Teacher Vouchers
Unexpired cooperating teacher vouchers may be presented to the Bursar's Office in lieu of tuition payment. Expired vouchers are not valid and CANNOT be applied to a student's account in lieu of tuition payment.
Cooperating teacher vouchers are applied to tuition ONLY and CANNOT exceed the tuition charge. If a student submits cooperating vouchers that exceed the tuition cost for a given semester, the student has the option of forfeiting the excess voucher credit, or withholding one or more vouchers to be used in a subsequent semester. **The student is liable for any balance that may result from any of the above options.
If a student acquires a credit balance, from the use of co-op vouchers which are used in addition to tuition based aid, this credit is non-refundable. The institutional aid (grants and scholarships) will be adjusted accordingly.