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Tuition & Fees

Tuition Discounts

The following are eligible for a tuition discount for SHSP programs:

   
         
   
         
       

 


Tuition and Fees for academic programs in the
NYMC School of Health Sciences and Practice

 

Public Health Programs (M.P.H. and Dr.P.H.)

Academic Year 2016-2017 Fall and Spring
12 credits is considered Full-Time
Full-Time, On Campus
(As of 06/03/2016 and subject to change at any time)

Tuition M.P.H. Program (Not included in total)
Tuition Dr. P.H. Program (Not included in total)

$1,070 per credit
$1,190 per credit

Entrance Fee (Not included in total)

150

 

 

Fees

210

Telecommunication Fee

470

Books & Supplies

2,293

Food

3,680

Housing

7,922

Transportation

1,500

Miscellaneous

3,184

TOTAL

19,259

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M.S. in Speech Language Pathology, Class 2018

On Campus Budget for the 2016-2017 Academic Year
(As of 06/03/2016 and subject to change at any time) 

Tuition

36,690

Fees

635

Telecommunication Fee

470

NYMC Health Insurance*

4,393

Books  & Supplies

2,097

Food

4,088

Housing (10 months, includes $200 deposit)

8,780

Transportation

1,665

Miscellaneous

3,537

TOTAL

62,355

*NYMC Family Plan Individual + 1 Dependent                         8,787
*NYMC Family Plan Individual + 2 Dependents                      13,180
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Doctor of Physical Therapy (D.P.T.), Class 2019

On Campus Budget for the 2016-2017 Academic Year
(projected as of 5/2/2016 and subject to change at any time) 

Tuition

34,400

Fees

635

Telecommunication Fee

470

NYMC Health Insurance*

5,234

Books & Supplies

2,036

Food

4,908

Housing (12 months, includes $200 deposit)

10,494

Transportation

1,999

Miscellaneous

4,245

TOTAL

64,421

*NYMC Family Plan Individual + 1 Dependent                       10,434
*NYMC Family Plan Individual + 2 Dependents                     15,622
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Payment Information

Students may pay tuition in one lump sum by credit card or e-check (through the portal), financial aid, and/or other tuition remission or special arrangement (e.g. scholarship). 

Students who wish to use student loans to pay for their tuition must apply through the Office of Student Financial Planning well in advance of registration, and must complete and sign all the required forms and loan agreements prior to registration.

Any student who registers for courses and does not pay in full will have their account balance placed with a collection agency. A 30% fee will be assessed to the outstanding balance.

Students who have an outstanding balance from a prior semester will have a hold placed on their student account. This hold will not allow them to register until the outstanding balance is paid in full. 


Refunds for Withdrawal

If a student terminates his/her registration by an official leave of absence or withdrawal, tuition will be charged for the semester in accordance with the date written notice of such intent is received by the Office of the Registrar. (Please note that telephone calls are not an acceptable notice of intent.)

Generally, there is a 100% refund during the first week of classes. This amount decreases over the next four weeks. Because refunds are date-driven, please see below for specific refund information.

Please note that the tuition refund policy for Physical Therapy and Speech-Language Pathology differs from the general refund policy. The $500 deposit required for the Physical Therapy, Speech-Language Pathology, and Doctor of Public Health in Epidemiology programs is non-refundable. The tuition refund tables are as follows:

Fall and Spring Semesters:

% of Full Tuition Refund for Withdrawal from the M.P.H. and Dr.P.H. programs

During the first week of class = 100%
During the second week of class = 75%
During the third week of class = 50%
During the fourth week of class = 25%
After the fourth week of class = 0%

% of Full Tuition Refund for Withdrawal from the D.P.T. and S.L.P. programs

Prior to the first day of class = 100%
During the first week of class = 80%
During the second week of class = 60%
During the third week of class = 40%
During the fourth week of class and thereafter = 20%

Summer Semester:

% of Full Tuition Refund for Withdrawal from the M.P.H. and Dr.P.H. programs

Through the first week of class = 100%
Through the second week of class = 50%
After the second week of class = 0%

% of Full Tuition Refund for Withdrawal from the D.P.T. and S.L.P. programs

Through the first week of class = 100%
Through the second week of class = 50%
After the second week of class = 20%

NOTE: No tuition refund will be made if a student is dismissed from New York Medical College. In such cases, tuition for the entire semester is payable in full.

Fees are not refundable.

A tuition refund will not be made until all approved documentation has been received by the Bursar’s Office.

Students who receive federal student aid are subject to both the general New York Medical College refund policy and a separate Federal Title IV Funds Refund Policy.

Refund Checks to Students

All checks representing the net proceeds of loans made to students under the Stafford Loan, or Grad Plus loan programs by commercial banks are made payable to both the student and the College. Government regulations require that all such checks, after endorsement, be deposited by the College. The College will apply the amount so deposited to the student’s tuition and fees account. Other receipts will also be deposited to the student’s tuition and fees account.

Refunds to students from loans or other receipts will be made if the amount received is in excess of the tuition and fees charged for the year, plus any amounts owed for prior periods and any possible late fees and interest charges. The refund will be available in the Bursar’s Office two weeks after receipt of funds with appropriate endorsements.


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