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Mount Aloysius College    
 
    
 
  Sep 21, 2017
 
2017-2018 College Catalog

Tuition and Fees



College Costs for Fall 2017- Spring 2018

Full-Time Fall and Spring Tuition (12-18 credit hours)

  FULL-TIME TUITION COSTS:  
Nursing $23,970*
Biology, General Science, Health/Science, Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences, Medical Laboratory Technician, Physical Therapist Assistant $23,190*
Arts, Business, Humanities, Medical Assistant, Surgical Technology, and all other Programs $21,230*
  *Plus Course-Related Fees as Applicable  

 

  SEMESTER COSTS:  
Nursing $11,985*
Biology, General Science, Health/Science, Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences, Medical Laboratory Technician, Physical Therapist Assistant $11,595*
Arts, Business, Humanities, Medical Assistant, Surgical Technology, and all other Programs $10,615*
  *Plus Course-Related Fees as Applicable  

Part-Time Tuition (fewer than 12 credit hours)

  Fall/Spring*:  
Undergraduate Tuition - per credit  
  Nursing $825
  Health Studies $810
  All Other Undergraduate Programs $800
Graduate Tuition - per credit $790
Tuition - Applied Piano and Voice - one credit (30 minute lesson) $800
  Audit Fee:  
Lecture Course One-half Tuition
Laboratory Course Full Tuition
  * Plus Course-Related Fees as Applicable  
  Summer*:  
Farley Summer School Courses  
Advanced Study Courses  
  * Plus Course-Related Fees as Applicable  
  Note: Programs that have required courses in the Summer must pay Summer tuition.

Tuition and Fees

Application Fee - Payable Once - Non-refundable $30
Clinical Education Fee $330
Nursing Clinical Education Fee $370
Comprehensive Fee - Per Semester (12 credits or more) $600
Comprehensive Fee - Per Semester (7-11 credits) $300
Graduation $150
Nursing (ATI) Comprehensive Assessment & Remediation Program $215
Orientation - All New/Transfer Students $130
Reservation Fees:  
New Student (non-refundable after May 1st; tuition applicable) $200

Fees Charged for Optional Services

Art Course Materials Fee $65
CAPL - Application Fee $200
Late Payment $50
Online Program Fee $100
Other Challenge Exams $100
Payment Plan Fee (non-refundable) $75
Return Check Fee $30
ETS Fee $30
Peregrine Fee $38
Medical Assistant Exam Fee $125
Sign Language Internship Fee $200
Pre-Student Teaching Fee $200
Student Teaching Fee $400
Education Clearance Fee $100
Sign Language Clearance Fee $100
Criminology Clearance Fee $100
Psychology Clearance Fee $100
ARDMS SPI Exam Fee $200
ART Certification Exam Fee $200
Counseling Practicum Fee $100
Transcripts of Credits $7
Excessive Printing Fee (>800 pages) $15
Vehicle Registration $40

Residence Fees

Board - 17 Meal Plan, Plus 125 Flex Dollars $2,569
Board - 17 Meal Plan, Plus 175 Flex Dollars $2,619
Board - 12 Meal Plan, Plus 185 Flex Dollars $2,340
Board - 12 Meal Plan, Plus 235 Flex Dollars $2,390
Board - 8 Meal Plan, Plus 150 Flex Dollars $1,470
Board - 8 Meal Plan, Plus 200 Flex Dollars $1,520
Housing Reservation Fee and Damage Deposit-Refundable less Damages $125
Room Per Semester - Misciagna Hall and McAuley Hall $3,000
Room Per Semester - St. Gertrude’s Hall and Park Avenue House $2,875
Room Per Semester - Ihmsen Hall and St. Joseph’s Hall $2,500
Room - Additional Charge for Private Room $500
Room - Overnight Guests - Per Night $55
Summer Housing - Students - Per Week:*  
  Double Occupancy $190
  Single Occupancy $220

For students residing on campus for the full academic year, the Housing Reservation Fee and Damage Deposit Fee is charged only once. This fee is refundable up to May 1.

*Summer Housing is not always available.

(Mount Aloysius College reserves the right to alter this schedule of charges without advance notice. The College does accept VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, and Debit cards.)

Comments on Tuition and Fees

Mount Aloysius College’s full-time tuition covers from twelve (12) to eighteen (18) credit hours per semester. Each student’s account is to be paid or financial arrangements are to be made through the Controller’s Office in order to be officially registered at the College. The late payment fee can be avoided by making the required payment or completing financial arrangements by the stated due date. Previously incurred financial obligations must be paid in full before a student may register for another semester. Additional costs which a student incurs after the beginning of the semester are due and payable within thirty (30) days of posting to the student’s account. Students have 24/7 access to their online course and fee statement. Students with outstanding financial obligations will not be permitted to receive grades, transcripts, or participate in graduation.

Students who drop below twelve (12) credits after the Add-Drop period of any semester will not have their tuition recalculated based on part-time status.

Room and Board costs for students are $5,169 per semester for residents of Ihmsen Hall and St. Joseph’s Hall; $5,689 per semester for residents of Misciagna Hall and McAuley Hall; and $5,559 per semester for residents of St. Gertrude’s Hall and Park Avenue House.

Application Fee

Each applicant to Mount Aloysius College is required to pay a one-time-only non-refundable application fee of $30. The application fee is submitted with the Application for Admission to the Vice President for Enrollment Management.

Art Course Materials Fee

A $65 fee will be assessed for each art course that requires materials for studio art activities.

Fee for Returned Checks

A $30 fee will be charged for each bad check or other instrument presented by or on behalf of the student and accepted by the College that is not negotiable. Payment of the fee and the amount of the non-negotiable instrument are due upon demand by the College.

Housing Reservation Fee and Damage Deposit

Resident students are required to pay a Housing Reservation Fee and Damage Deposit of $125. The Housing Reservation Fee and Damage Deposit reserves a room in campus housing and also functions as a damage deposit fee. This deposit is in addition to tuition, room, and board charges and will be refunded to the student less any damages to the room or dormitory or other remaining charges.

Late Payment Fee

A Late Payment Fee of $50 is charged to each student’s account for which the initial semester billing is unpaid or unsettled on the bill due date.

Payment Plans

A College Payment Plan is available to assist students in meeting their financial obligations. A non-refundable fee of $75 is due with the first installment payment. All eligible financial aid, including grants and loans, will be applied prior to calculating the amount due. First installments are due on the initial bill due dates. The first installment for the Fall Semester is due on July 15 and the first installment for the Spring Semester is due on December 15. The College reserves the right to refuse a payment plan to any student who has not met prior payment agreements.

Withdrawal from the College

**Before withdrawing from the College, ask a Financial Aid Officer how it will alter your financial aid and the Billing Office how it will alter you bill.

When a student officially withdraws from the College before completing the period of enrollment for which they were charged, a loss of financial aid may create a balance due on the student’s account. In certain circumstances the student may be entitled to receive a partial credit of tuition and fees.

A withdrawal is considered official only after the completed withdrawal form has been processed.

Students will be advised to meet with the Office of Student Success and Advising prior to withdrawing and all withdrawal forms must be completed through the Registrar’s Office. Official withdrawal forms must be retained in the student’s permanent file located in the Registrar’s Office. Non-attendance does not constitute an official withdrawal.

Tuition, Room, and Board may be credited as follows:

First calendar week of the semester 95%
Second calendar week of the semester 90%
Third calendar week of the semester 80%
Fourth calendar week of the semester 75%
Fifth calendar week of the semester 70%
Sixth calendar week of the semester 60%
Seventh calendar week of the semester 55%
Eighth calendar week of the semester 50%
Ninth calendar week of the semester 40%
Tenth calendar week of the semester 0%

Students who withdraw from Online Programs prior to the first class will receive a 100% refund, prior to the second class, 95% refund; prior to the third class, 90% refund; prior to the fourth class, 50% refund; fourth class or after, no refund.

Proration for students who withdraw from summer courses will follow the summer catalog.

Withdrawing from Modules (8-week sessions)

Students enrolling in modules who will be using financial aid must sign up for all classes they will be taking for all of the sessions. If a student signs up for all sessions, they are expected to attend and complete all sessions. If the student ceases to attend a course for which they were scheduled to attend, and they are not enrolled in any subsequent modules/sessions, the student will be considered a withdrawal and a Return to Title IV Funds calculation will be performed (see additional information below.) A weeks is defined as Monday to Sunday for all online courses.

Return of Title IV Funds

When a student who receives Title IV financial aid (Federal Pell Grant, FSEOG, Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans, and PLUS loans) withdraws, either officially or unofficially, before completing the period of enrollment for which they were charged, a return of Title IV funds may be required.

  • First, the net amount of Title IV aid that was and could have been disbursed is calculated.
  • Second, a calculation must be performed to determine the percentage of Title IV aid earned. The number of days attended by the student is divided by the number of days in the payment period. This equals the percentage of Title IV aid earned. If the percentage of Title IV aid earned is greater than 60 percent, the student is eligible for 100 percent of the aid.
  • Third, if the amount of aid disbursed equals the amount of aid earned, no further calculation is required.
  • Fourth, if the amount of aid disbursed is greater than the amount of aid earned, the difference must be returned to the appropriate Title IV agencies.
  • The College will return Title IV monies as follows: Direct Unsubsidized Loan, Direct Subsidized Loan, Direct PLUS Loan, Federal Pell Grant, FSEOG and others.

The student’s account will be debited for all monies returned to the Title IV agencies. The student will be responsible for paying any outstanding balance due to the Controller’s Office. Questions regarding the Return of Title IV funds should be directed to the Financial Aid Office.

Reservation Fee

Each full-time student accepted into the College is required to pay a non-refundable Reservation Fee of $200 which guarantees a place in class. The Reservation Fee is credited to each student’s tuition.

Vehicle Registration

All vehicles must be registered at the Security Office by the end of the first week of school. The non-refundable $40 fee is payable at the time of registration each academic year. Vehicles not registered will be subject to parking violations and fines.

Other Services

Textbooks and Supplies - Textbooks may be purchased at the campus bookstore. The cost averages about $500 a semester.

Students should arrive each semester with sufficient funds to purchase books and supplies.

Check Cashing - A student’s personal check under $50 may be cashed Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Student Health Insurance - Health Services provides information on student health insurance options through various insurance companies. Health insurance is strongly recommended for all students. Health insurance is required for international and resident students and intercollegiate athletes.