Need to make a payment on your student account? We offer many easy, convenient ways for you to do just that.
Secure online payments can be made via electronic check. Credit card - Discover, MasterCard or Visa - payments may be made online through CashNet by using your Lion's Den account.
Payment by Mail or In-Person
Use any of the following methods:
- Money order
- Discover, Visa or MasterCard
- Monthly budget plan
- Financial aid eligibility
Effective January 3, 2022, a non-refundable convenience fee will be added when using a credit card to make payment on a student account. The fee will be 2.75% of the payment amount on United States (domestic) credit cards* and 4.25% for international cards. All convenience fees are charged and collected by the credit card issuer. Please note, debit cards are processed as credit cards and the fee will apply.
So, for example, if you make a payment of $100 using a domestic credit card, the additional charge/processing fee will be $2.75. This fee will be the responsibility of the credit card holder.
Processing fees can be avoided by using one of the following payment methods:
- Paper check
- Electronic check payment (when paying online) - a bank routing and account number are required to pay via electronic check
- Cash (when paying in person at the Bursar's Office)
We will do everything we can to make this transition as transparent as possible. Please contact us with any questions by phone at 516-323-4100 or email at email@example.com.
*Molloy University accepts MasterCard, Visa and Discover
Make out all checks to Molloy University, being sure to include your account ID number on the check. This can be found in the upper left-hand corner of your statement of account. Checks returned to Molloy University for insufficient funds will be subject to a $25. collection fee. If you are notified of a returned check, the amount must immediately be replaced with cash, credit card or money order. If a second check is returned for insufficient funds, you may not be permitted to use a personal check in the future.
Tuition Discount Policy
Molloy University students may be eligible for tuition discounts based on the following criteria; they are:
· Enrolled in a DESIGNATED program (value of the discount is as stated in Molloy policy)
· Enrolled in a course DESIGNATED by Registrar as being "off-site" (for example, the course is held at hospital building or in a high school building) Off-site does not include classes held at our Suffolk or Manhattan campuses (value of the discount is as stated in Molloy policy)
· Employed by one of our Corporate Partners as per the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) (value of the discount is as stated in the MOU)
· All discounts are INCLUSIVE of any institutional grants or scholarships, which include:
o All merit-based Molloy Scholarships
o All need-based Molloy Grants, such as the Molloy Grant
· Corporate Partner discount applications must be received by the last day of the semester for which the discount is applicable. Discount applications received after the last date of the semester will not be accepted.
For students who receive NO institutional grants or scholarships and who meet the criteria for a tuition discount, the full value of the discount will be directly applied to the student account by Bursar.
For students who receive institutional grants or scholarships, which total the value of the discount, NO additional discount will be granted.
For students who receive institutional grants or scholarships which total less than the value of the discount, a separate Financial Aid Award will be awarded to the student making up the difference between the institutional awards and the value of the discount. Student accounts will be monitored throughout the semester for any changes to their enrollment and/or their institutional grants or scholarships. Accounts will be adjusted appropriately to meet the criteria stated above.
Funded Scholarships will not be considered institutional. No discount adjustments will be made for students receiving funded scholarships.
Convocation and Class Night awards will not be considered institutional. No discount adjustments will be made for students receiving funded scholarships.
Molloy University reserves the right to remove any discount if the student no longer meets the specified requirements.
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 previously listed.
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 subtracted from the amount due for tuition after the tuition credit voucher has been 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.
Tuition Discount - Education
In recognition of candidates' contribution to religious education, Molloy University offers a 30% tuition reduction in graduate education courses to those who are employed full-time in religious-affiliated schools. To be eligible for this discount, a signed letter from the school principal is required each semester the discount is sought. The discount can only be applied for the current term and cannot be applied to prior semesters. Additionally, there is also a 30% discount for any course taken at the Extension site: St. John the BAptist High School in West Islip.
Tuition Vouchers are awarded to persons providing a specific service to Molloy University and are managed by the Department of Enrollment Management.
Unexpired vouchers may be presented to the Bursar's Office at the time of registration. Expired vouchers are not valid and cannot be applied to a student's account. Tuition vouchers can only be applied to the term for which the student is currently enrolled. They cannot be used to pay balances from previous semesters.
Tuition Vouchers are applied to tuition only and cannot exceed the tuition charge. If a student submits vouchers that exceed the tuition cost for the semester, the student will forfeit the excess amount.
Institutional aid (grants and scholarships) may be adjusted when used in conjunction with a tuition voucher. The combination cannot exceed tuition.
The amount of the voucher will be deducted from the student's tuition charge as follows:
- Part-time Students: the value of voucher is equal to the per-credit rate based on the student enrollment.
- Full-time Undergraduate Students paying the flat tuition rate: the value of the voucher is equal to the undergraduate per-credit rate based on enrollment in 16 credits per semester (whether or not the student is registered for 16 credits). Therefore, the voucher would be equal to Flat Tuition/16 credits.
Important to note:
- No more than four credits in vouchers will be accepted per academic semester
- Tuition vouchers can be applied to tuition only-all fees, course fees and other costs to attend are not covered by the voucher. Payment of these fees are the responsibility of the student.
E.d.D. Program and Cooperating Teacher Voucher Credit Policy
Unexpired tuition voucher credits earned by cooperating teachers who have supported one or more Molloy University undergraduate or graduate students will be acceptable as payment toward Molloy University tuition expenses associated with the Ed.D. program of study if the voucher has been earned by the bearer, and the vouchers are presented to the Office of the Bursar at the time of registration.
Expired vouchers and vouchers which have been purchased or gifted will not be acceptable.
These vouchers can only be applied to the term for which the doctoral student is currently enrolled. They cannot be used to pay balances from pervious semesters. The amount of the voucher will be deducted from the student's tuition charge. A maximum of three (3) credits in vouchers can be used in one semester. The value of a cooperating teacher voucher is equal to the per credit charge based on the student's enrollment for Doctoral level coursework.
Please note: no more than three (3) credits in vouchers will be accepted per academic term for doctoral level work.
Updated July, 2017.