School of Medicine Policies
Exit Interview Form (for graduating students only)
All regular MD students must pay a minimum of four full years of tuition (eight semesters), plus any additional tuition incurred by repeating a portion of the regular program.
MD students who transfer into third year must pay a minimum of two full years of tuition (four semesters), plus any additional tuition incurred.
Students will be charged on a prorated basis for repeated courses.
Students who have an outstanding balance will not be permitted to enroll in the subsequent Academic Year. Diplomas, MSPE, and other official external correspondence will not be released for students or graduates who have accounts in arrears. Accounts must be current to be graduated from the program. Special accommodations may be made for unusual circumstances with the approval of the Vice Dean for Medical Education.
It is mandatory for all medical students to have health insurance. The college maintains student group contract with Empire Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Greater New York (BC/BS Notice of Election form). View the Empire BC/BS PPO Summary of Benefits.
All students will be billed for individual coverage under this plan. One half of the charge will billed in the Fall and the second half will be billed in the Spring.
Any student NOT wishing to be enrolled in this plan, must have the waiver which is sent to all students signed and returned to the Bursar's Office. A copy of their insurance card must be attached.
Please note: Upperclassman must provide this documentation yearly.
Please remember that college policy states that it is the direct responsibility of each and every student to ensure that there will be no lapse of insurance coverage during the academic year.
The benefits administrator for the student plan is the University Bursar Diane Alexander. She can be reached at (914)594-4319.
We are including a link to the Blue Cross Web site for your convenience.
Updated: April 21, 2015