Tuition & Fees

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2023/2024 Tuition & Fees


  • Undergraduate Tuition & Fees

    2023–2024 Undergraduate Tuition and Fees - Payable each semester

    • 12 to 16 credits: $18,140
    • Each additional credit over 16*: $1,200
    • Below 12 credits (per credit) $1,200
    • Student Medical Insurance Plan (May be waived on Lion's Den)
      • Annual rate (August 1, 2023–July 31, 2024): $2,413
      • Spring rate only (January 1–July 31, 2024): $1,404
    • Student activities - Payable each semester
      • 12 or more credits: $110
      • 8 to 11 credits: $75
      • 4 to 7 credits: $60
      • 1 to 3 credits: $40
      • For a complete breakdown of costs, see Student Affairs.
    • Miscellaneous
      • Enrollment Fee - Fall and Spring Semesters: $360
      • Enrollment Fee - Summer and Intersession Semesters: $240
      • Academic Technology Fee - Fall and Spring Semesters: $310
      • Application Fee (non-refundable): $45
      • Applicable Program Fee (charged based on major): Program Fees 2023-2024 pdf

     

    Molloy University Honors Program students, may register for more than 16 credits with permission of the Office of Academic Affairs. These students will be exempt from the "Each Additional Credit over 16 Credits" charges for up to 18 credits.

    Tuition, including fees, is charged on a per-semester basis. For information regarding the billing procedures for these expenses, visit the policies and procedure section. Please be sure to read the Student Registration Agreement.

    Note: Tuition and mandatory fees have been set regardless of the method of instruction and will not be refunded in the event instruction occurs remotely for any part of the academic year.

  • Combined/Dual Degree Programs

    For detailed information, please click on the links listed below:

     

    Guidelines for Billing of Combined Degree Education Programs

     

    Guidelines for Billing of Dual Degree Programs

  • Graduate Tuition & Fees

    2023–2024 Graduate Tuition and Fees - Payable each semester

    • Per credit: $1,385
    • Application Fee (non-refundable): $65
    • Enrollment Fee - Fall and Spring Semesters: $360
    • Enrollment Fee - Summer and Intersession Semesters: $240
    • Academic Technology Fee - Fall and Spring Semesters: $310
    • Applicable Program Fee (charged based on major): Program Fees 2023-2024 pdf


    Tuition, including fees, is charged on a per-semester basis. For information regarding the billing procedures for these expenses, visit the policies and procedure section. Please be sure to read the Student Registration Agreement.

    Note: Tuition and mandatory fees have been set regardless of the method of instruction and will not be refunded in the event instruction occurs remotely for any part of the academic year.

  • Doctoral Tuition & Fees

    2023–2024 Doctoral Tuition and Fees- Payable each semester

     PHD and DNP

    • Per credit: $1,555
    • Application Fee (non-refundable): $85
    • Enrollment Fee - Fall and Spring Semesters: $360
    • Enrollment Fee - Summer and Intersession Semesters: $240
    • Academic Technology Fee - Fall and Spring Semesters: $310
    • Applicable Program Fee (charged based on major): Program Fees 2023-2024 pdf

     
    EDD Program ONLY

    • Per credit: $1,190
    • Application Fee (non-refundable): $85
    • Enrollment Fee - per semester: $360
    • Academic Technology Fee - per semester: $310
    • Applicable Program Fee (charged based on major): Program Fees 2023-2024 pdf


    Tuition, including fees, is charged on a per-semester basis. For information regarding the billing procedures for these expenses, visit the policies and procedure section. Please be sure to read the Student Registration Agreement.

    Note: Tuition and mandatory fees have been set regardless of the method of instruction and will not be refunded in the event instruction occurs remotely for any part of the academic year.

  • Fully Online Program Tuition & Fees

    2023 - 2024 Fully Online Program Tuition and Fees

    (Undergraduate Degree Completion Programs)- Payable each semester

    • Fully Online Tuition Rate (per credit): $610
    • Fully Online Academic Technology Fee per Semester (Fall, Spring & Summer): $405
    • Application Fee: $45

     

    (Graduate Online Programs)- Payable each semester

    Post Master’s Certification Programs: 

     

    School Building Leadership (SBL)/School District Leadership (SDL) (per credit): $420

    • Course Fee (per course) $165

     

    Advanced Certificate Program in Computer Science (per credit): $580

    • Fully Online Academic Technology Fee (per semester): $385

     

    Fully Online MS in Education Programs: (per credit): $970

    Limited to the following programs:

    • Educational Technology, PRFN
    • Educational Technology, INIT
    • TESOL, Childhood
    • TESOL, Adolescent
    • Special Ed - Adol (7-12), INIT
    • Special Ed - Childhood (1-6), INIT
    • Special Ed – Adol (7-12), PRFN
    • Special Ed – Childhood (1-6) PRFN

     

     Additional Information:

    • Application Fee (non-refundable): $65
    • Enrollment Fee - per semester: $360
    • Academic Technology Fee - per semester: $310
    • Applicable Program Fee (charged based on major): Program Fees 2023-2024 pdf
     

    Tuition, including fees, is charged on a per-semester basis. For information regarding the billing procedures for these expenses, visit the policies and procedure section. Please be sure to read the Student Registration Agreement

    Note: Tuition and mandatory fees have been set regardless of the method of instruction and will not be refunded in the event instruction occurs remotely for any part of the academic year.

  • Confirmation Deposits

    Prior to the General Registration all first-time Freshmen, new Transfer, Non-matriculating, and Readmitted students are required to pay a $400.00 non-refundable Confirmation Deposit, which will be applied to the student's tuition charges. This is a one-time payment. Continuing students and students returning within the limits of the permitted leave are excluded from making a deposit.

    NOTE: Payment of the Confirmation Deposit does not guarantee eligibility for registration. Unused confirmation deposits are forfeited from the student account after one year.

  • Prior Learning Credits

    • Credit By Examination – per course $200
    • Life Experience Fee – per course $300
    • Molloy Challenge Exam
      • Sitting Fee $100
      • 1/3 of current tuition per credit

    Prior Learning Credit
  • Tuition Insurance - GradGuard

    GradGuard Tuition Insurance can reimburse up to 100% of your tuition payments after a forced medical withdrawal due to a covered illness, injury or mental health condition.

    For more information or questions about the program please contact GradGuard.

    GradGuard

Explanation of Fees


There are some fees, which are charged to ALL Molloy students regardless of degree, classification, or enrollment status. These include the Enrollment Fee and the Academic Technology Fee.

The Student Activity Fee is charged to undergraduate students only and is based on the number of credits for which a student is enrolled.

The Student Medical Insurance is charged to all full-time undergraduate students only.

Academic Program Fees are charged based on the program for which a student is enrolled. Fees may vary among programs. See Program Fees 2023-2024 pdf for more information.

Materials Fees are charged based on particular courses for which students are registered. Materials Fees are charged for particular courses in Art, Biology, Chemistry, CORE, Math, Nursing and Physical Education.

  • Fees Charged to ALL Students

    The following fees are billed to ALL students:

    Enrollment Fee

    An administration fee covering all costs associated with student enrollment including but not limited to record maintenance, registration, grade posting and change of grades, all required state and federal reporting, graduation review ensuring all degree requirements are met and issuance of diploma. It also covers the cost of all student services provided by the Office of Enrollment Management including the Offices of Admissions, Registrar, Financial Aid, Bursar and Student Solution Center.

    Academic Technology Fee

    The Academic Technology Fee goes to offset the costs of licensing and administration of the Jenzabar/Lion’s Den, Canvas LMS and connected applications, as well as academic related software including the Microsoft Office Suite, SPSS, etc.

    Student Activity Fee

    The student activities fee provides undergraduate students access to co-curricular activities and programs hosted by the Office of Student Affairs, and departments within, in addition to events and programs sponsored by student clubs and organizations, at little to no cost. This includes, but is not limited to, participation in social activities, off-campus excursions, departmental-sponsored student workshops and trainings, and leadership development programs.

    Student Medical Insurance Plan

    Molloy University requires all full-time undergraduate students to have medical insurance coverage. As a service, Molloy, in partnership with Wellfleet New York Insurance Company, provides students with medical insurance coverage. ALL full-time undergraduate students are automatically enrolled in the coverage offered by the University and are charged. A summary of benefits can be found by logging into your Lions Den Account and choosing the ‘My Finances’ tab. Students who already have equal or greater coverage can waive the insurance offered through Molloy. Waivers are available on Lions Den/My Finances tab. All waivers must be submitted each year by October 1. For students who are charged Student Medical Insurance on the spring bill, waivers must be submitted by February 1.

  • Student Medical Insurance

    If you are a full-time undergraduate student, you are required to carry the Student Medical Insurance Plan. This once-a-year fee is charged in the fall semester. If you are currently covered by another policy, the Molloy insurance may be waived. Waivers may be completed online by logging into the Lions Den.

    *Fall Waivers must be submitted by the published deadline each year. No waivers will be accepted after this date.

    If you are a new, spring full-time undergraduate student or if you were part-time in the fall semester and become full-time in the spring semester, you will be charged for student medical insurance on a partial-fee basis. This insurance may also be waived in the same manner. For new spring students only, the waiver forms must be completed and submitted online by February 1. No waivers will be accepted after February 1

    *Important: Student Medical Insurance Plan must be waived each academic year.


    By submitting this waiver form, you represent that all the information entered is true, complete, and accurate to the best of your knowledge and that you understand any false statements may result in disciplinary proceedings.

    Please refer to the student insurance for Molloy University page for complete details regarding the coverage, benefits, claims, limits, and exclusions.

    Student Medical Insurance Plan for Graduate Students
    Graduate Students are not automatically offered Student Medical Insurance Plan, but may purchase it by going to the following website: my student medical. To be eligible, Graduate Students must be enrolled in at least six credits. To enroll, select Molloy University from the drop-down box; complete the Enrollment Form using your VISA, MasterCard, or Discover Card as payment. (Please note - a Molloy University Student Identification Number is required.)

    Graduate students will not be billed by, nor will payments be accepted by Molloy University for Student Medical Insurance Plan. Students communicate directly with the Allen J. Flood insurance company at 800-734-9326.

    For students enrolled in the 5-Year Education program:

    • Years 1-4: Students are considered undergraduate and - if enrolled full-time - will be automatically charged for Student Medical Insurance. If already covered by another insurance company, students must go to Lions Den and submit a waiver by the published deadline each year
    • Medical Insurance is necessary. Students can communicate directly with the Allen J. Flood Insurance Company at 800-734-9326

  • Academic Program Fees

    The following Academic Program Fees are charged based on the program in which a student is enrolled.  Academic Program Fees cover the costs particular to a program of study. These are costs above and beyond tuition.  Please see explanations below and the Program Fees 2023-2024 pdf for more information.

     

    School of Business

    The Program Fee for the School of Business covers a variety of industry-specific decision-making tools, real-time business and market-moving information that helps students make critical financial decisions and data-driven analysis tools. These industry-driven resources provide students with the necessary tools to become job ready by strengthening the student’s professional business skills. These tools include on-campus Bloomberg Professional Terminals, the industry standard for dissemination of real-time and historical financial data. These terminals provide students with the ability to earn Bloomberg Market Concepts Certification, a valuable credential in the workplace. In addition, the stock ticker connects students with current stock market activity.

     

    School of Nursing – Allied Health Sciences

    Nuclear Medicine Technology

    • Clinical Placement, coordination and supervision
    • Lab equipment and supplies
    • Open Skill Lab
    • Fit testing

     

    Cardiovascular Technology

    • Capital equipment and maintenance
    • Lab equipment and supplies
    • Clinical placement, coordination and supervision
    • Open Skill Lab
    • Fit testing
    • Registry Review online program

     

    Respiratory Care

    • Capital equipment and maintenance
    • Lab equipment and supplies
    • Clinical placement, coordination, and supervision
    • Open Skill Lab
    • Fit testing
    • Standardized Self-Assessment Examinations
    • Cloud-based clinical simulation software
    • Therapist Multiple Choice Exam practice software
    • Trajecsys Cloud-based clinical tracking system

     

    BS in Nursing

    • Clinical placement
    • Clinical supervision/instruction
    • Clinical Learning Center supplies, equipment, instruction, practice supplies
    • High fidelity simulation
    • Virtual simulation
    • Fit testing

     

    2nd degree/dual degree BS in Nursing

    • Clinical placement
    • Clinical supervision/instruction
    • Clinical Learning Center supplies, equipment, instruction, practice supplies
    • High fidelity simulation
    • Virtual simulation
    • Fit testing

     

    Master’s Degree and Post-Masters Certificate APRN PROGRAMS (FNP, PNP, PMHNP, Adult Gero NP – Primary Care, Adult-Gero NP-Acute Care, CNS and all BS-DNP APRN Programs)

    • Standardized Testing
    • Clinical placement, coordination, supervision
    • Simulation
    • Clinical tracking software
    • Clinical Learning Center equipment, supplies, instruction
    • Pelvic Teaching Associates (Standardized Patients)

     

    Master’s Degree and Post Masters Certificate Nursing Education

    • Practicum placement, coordination, supervision
    • Clinical Learning Center
    • Site licenses
    • Software

     

    Master’s Degree and Post Masters Certificate Nursing Administration/Informatics

    • Practicum placement, coordination, supervision
    • Informatics resources
    • Site licenses
    • Software

     

    DNP program

    • Clinical placement, coordination, supervision
    • Clinical tracking software
    • Clinical scholarly project supervision

     

    NUR6030 (for both PhD and DNP students): course fee- policy immersion resources and activities

    Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) Program (BS in Speech Language Pathology; MS in Speech Language Pathology, PhD Communications Sciences and Disorders)

    Undergraduate

    Testing materials, therapy materials, clinical education software and subscriptions, Personal Protective Equipment for testing, lab supplies and equipment, maintenance and calibration of clinical and lab equipment

    Graduate

    Testing materials, therapy materials, clinical education software and subscriptions, Personal Protective Equipment for testing, lab supplies and equipment, maintenance and calibration of clinical and lab equipment such as ultrasound etc., clinic management software, electronic health records, clinical coordination and supervision.

    Doctoral

    Software and resources for collecting and analyzing data.

     

    School of Education and Human Services

    (all undergraduate and graduate degrees)

    Education Program fee covers the cost of purchasing course supplies including:

    • Teaching materials
    • Website subscriptions
    • Website licenses
    • Software
    • Science experiment materials
    • Globes
    • Maps
    • Children’s books
    • Math manipulatives
    • Mileage for field site visits

     

    School of Arts & Sciences

    Molloy/CAP21 Program Fee:

    The Molloy/CAP21 Conservatory Program Fees reflects the costs associated with the program, including:

    • Facilities costs associated with the University’s Manhattan Center
    • The highest quality Broadway-trained voice, dance, and acting instructors and accompanists
    • Practicum courses that prepare students for their careers
    • Costs associated with all Molloy/CAP21 production performances - including the Senior Showcases where we invite industry professionals (agents, managers, casting directors) to be introduced to the talents of our graduating class.

     

    Music Department Program Fees:

    The Music Department Program Fees cover additional costs associated with the program outside of the normal instruction costs and include: facilities maintenance; instrument maintenance and upkeep; one-on-one musical instruction; ensemble instruction; concert performance costs including senior recitals, computer and piano laboratory use and upkeep.

    Material Fees

    There will be materials fees charged based on registration in courses in the following areas:

    • Biology
    • Chemistry
    • Art
    • CORE – Gotham Course

    Additional information on material fees
  • Non-Applicable Coursework

    Your enrollment status is an important factor in determining your financial aid eligibility.  You don’t have to be full time to be eligible for all forms of financial aid, but your enrollment status may impact some awards.   For example, to be eligible for the NYS TAP award, you must be a full-time student (registered for at least 12 credits).  If you are not full time, you will lose your TAP funding.  (As a part-time student, you may be eligible for part-time TAP and/or APTS.)  Likewise, the amount of Federal PELL you receive is based on your enrollment status.  A full-time student who is eligible for Federal PELL will receive more than a part-time student.  You must be at least half time (at least 6 credits) to be eligible for your federal loans.  Other financial aid may be affected as well.  

    Your enrollment status is determined by the number of applicable credits for which you are registered as follows: 

    12 or more credits            Full Time

    9-11 credits                     Three-quarter Time

    6-8 credits                       Half Time

    1-5 credits                       Less than Half Time

    All credits must be applicable to your degree—meaning they are on your list of courses required to graduate with your degree.  

    Each semester, student accounts are reviewed for non-applicable coursework.  This review takes place after the add/drop period. Students are notified if they are enrolled in a non-applicable course and how it will affect their financial aid eligibility. 

    If you receive notification, please reach out to the Financial Aid Office as soon as possible.

    Please carefully investigate the implications of adding a minor.  It does not necessarily guarantee that credits are applicable to the degree.

  • Miscellaneous Fees

    The following miscellaneous fees should be paid at the Office of the Bursar:

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