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Make a Payment

New York Medical College students may pay tuition (including general fee and health insurance charges) as well as housing bills via the TouroOne Student Portal following the instructions below:

  • Log in to https://touroone.touro.edu using your TouroOne Portal credentials—TouroOne Username and Password. Note: If you have never logged into the TouroOne Portal, you will need to know your TouroOne ID to claim (new NYMC students) or re-validate (returning NYMC students) your account. If you do not know your TouroOne ID Number, please look under the academic tab on the TouroOne Portal or contact the TouroOne Helpdesk at help.touroone@touro.edu or 1-844-868-7666.
  • Select “Financial Services” at top of home page
  • Select “TouchNet” in the Student Accounts box [A new tab will open and you will automatically be signed into your TouchNet account.] 
  • Select “My Account”
  • Select “Make A Payment”
  • Select Applicable Terms and Verify Amount
  • Select Date and Select “Continue”
  • Select Payment Method
  • Enter your credit card information or your checking or savings account information and select “Continue”
  • Review payment and select “Schedule Payment”

Following submission of your payment, you will receive the following confirmation message: "Thank you, you have successfully scheduled your payment(s) for x/x/16." You will also receive a confirmation message in your official NYMC student email account.

If you do not receive this confirmation message, please contact the TouroOne NonStop Helpdesk at help@touro.edu or (844) 868-7666.  

Click for instructions on how to add a parent or spouse as an authorized user to make payments.

529 Payments: make checks payable to NYMC and mail to New York Medical College, 40 Sunshine Cottage Rd., Rm 115B, Vahalla, NY 10595.  Please include your ID# on your check.

Wire Transfer Instructions

After sending a wire transfer please e-mail bursar@nymc.edu or call 914-594-4454 with your student ID#, the wire amount and the name of the owner of the bank account it is originating from.  This will help ensure that your wire payment is applied quickly and accurately.

Domestic Wires:

Receiving Bank: Webster Bank (Formerly Sterling National Bank)
Bank Address: Montebello, NY 10901
Routing/ABA#: 221970443
Beneficiary Name: New York Medical College
Account#: 6700144061 

International Wires:

Receiving Bank: Webster Bank (Formerly Sterling National Bank)
Bank Address: Montebello, New York
     57A//FW 221970443
Beneficiary Name: New York Medical College
Account #: 6700144061


Pay via FLYWIRE.  Go to https://www.flywire.com to make a payment or find out more information.

Credit Card Payments

Information regarding refunds on payments made using credit cards can be found in the Credit Card Refund Memo.

Returned Check Policy

Any Check or E-CHECK payment that has been returned by your bank unpaid is subject to a returned check fee.  The fee will be posted to your student account.

Returned Check or E-CHECK Fee $40.00 – For Insufficient Funds

School of Medicine Students

Office of Bursar School of Medicine Policies

All regular M.D. 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. M.D. students who transfer into third year must pay a minimum of two full years of tuition (four semesters), plus any additional tuition incurred. Students may be charged on a prorated basis for repeated courses with the approval of Student Affairs. 

Delinquent Accounts

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.

Veterans Administration Payments

Students paying with chapter 31 or 33 benefits, will not be penalized for any late payments coming from the government.   NYMC does not impose any penalty, including the assessment of late fees, the denial of access to classes, libraries, or other institutional facilities, or  require that a covered individual borrow additional funds due to the individual’s inability to meet his or her financial obligations to the institution due to the delayed disbursement funding from the Department of Veterans Affairs under chapter 31 or 33.  It is the students responsibility to submit a certificate of eligibility for entitlement to the registrar not later than the first day of a course of education and provide additional information necessary to the proper certification of enrollment by the educational institution.