2020-2021 Graduate Tuition and Fees

 

 Program Tuition *(per credit hour unless otherwise noted) Comprehensive Fee
(per semester- Fall and Spring only) 
EdD in Executive Leadership $1,499  $75 
Masters Education  $764 $75
 
Masters Business Administration $886  $75
Masters Nursing Educator and Nursing Administration $764   $75
Physician Assistant Program  $15,270 per semester  $155
Occupational Therapy  $15,475 per semester  $405
Masters Arts Administration  $764 per credit hour  $75
Masters Family Nurse Practitioner  $951 per credit hour  $75
Masters Information Systems  $886 per credit hour  $75
Audit Fee - Graduate Programs  $225 per credit hour  $75
Health Insurance*  To Be Determined  

        *Physician Assistant Studies students may waive enrollment in the Le Moyne student health insurance plan by providing insurance coverage documentation via the insurance carrier's website. Instructions to perform waiver will be e-mailed to each full-time, registered student prior to the start of the semester.

Semester charges are to be paid in full prior to the start of classes. Bills are available to students in advance of the due date through phinfo.lemoyne.edu. Students who do not pay their tuition on or before the semester start are not permitted to attend class until they pay their tuition. Students who fail to pay their tuition prior to the start of classes for the semester will be responsible for payment of a late fee and interest on the outstanding balance at an annual rate of twelve percent (12%). Students who register on or after the first day of classes will be subject to a late registration fee as outlined under the Incidental Fees. This includes students who add courses to achieve full-time status after the start of the semester. Students whose checks are returned by the bank will also be subject to a late-payment fee as well as a returned check fee. Accounts date from the opening day of the semester. Students permitted to enter later than this date are charged for the full semester.

Payment of Tuition and Fees

Financial Responsibility

Students are responsible for any college debt they have incurred, including library fees, parking fines, tuition charges and fees. The College may withhold the student’s transcripts and/or diploma, and prohibit the student from registering for any subsequent periods. The financial restriction will be released after the outstanding debt and penalties have been paid in full. The College may also cancel the student’s registration immediately, remove or bar the student from attending classes, without credit for course in which the student is enrolled, and retain all monies received. When degree requirements have been completed, if a student has any outstanding debt, monetary penalties or fines, he or she will not be awarded a degree and will not be able to receive any transcripts. The diploma and/or transcripts will be released after the outstanding debt and penalties have been paid.

If a college debt must be referred to outside sources for collection, the student will be responsible for paying any additional collection fees (approximately 33 percent) including, but not limited to, reasonable attorneys’ fees and disbursements.

Inquiries regarding financial matters or problems should be directed to the bursar’s office. Students should pay their semester fees and obtain refunds from this office.

Payment Plan

The College offers Cashnet, a monthly payment plan for people who want an alternative to paying at the beginning of each semester. Brochures are available in the bursar’s and financial aid offices.

Refund Policy

The date of withdrawal is the date you notify, in writing, the appropriate graduate program office. Tuition adjustment calculations are done automatically based on the date of withdrawl and the start date of the semester. Fees are not refundable.

If you withdraw from the College or from a course, you may be entitled to a tuition credit of a percentage of your tuition. Fees are not refundable.

• 100 percent tuition credit during the first week

• 80 percent tuition credit during the second week

• 60 percent tuition credit during the third week

• 40 percent tuition credit during the fourth week

• 20 percent tuition credit during the fifth week

• No tuition refund credit after the fifth week

Students attending Le Moyne for the first time and receiving federal aid will receive a prorated refund for withdrawal through the ninth week of classes. Refunds will be returned to federal financial aid accounts in the following order: Federal Family Education Loan, then Federal Perkins Loan. The remaining portion of the refund for all students is returned to the account of any state or other Le Moyne assistance that the student received.