**All college fees are subject to change
* Each Le Moyne College Resident Student is required to pay a $300 housing security deposit. Students who will be living on campus for the first time will be sent a bill for the first registered semester (fall or spring) which will include this charge.
When a student moves out of a room, the room is checked by a Campus Life and Leadership staff member for damages. The student is in turn billed over the summer for these damages. The damage charge is included in the next semester's billing statement and is due prior to the start of classes. Each student must maintain a balance of $300 on their Housing Security deposit at all times.
When a student moves off-campus, transfers, or graduates, the $300 Housing Security deposit is applied to their student account and refunded if they have a credit balance.
New Student Enrollment Deposit
If an accepted applicant decides to attend Le Moyne, an enrollment deposit is required. This deposit is deducted from the first semester’s tuition and room charges. Deposits are not refundable after May 1 if the student does not enroll.
An undergraduate student is considered full time if registered for 12-18 credit hours in a given semester. A student with an overall GPA of at least 3.25 who wishes to enroll in more than 18 credit hours must visit the Registrar (GH212) to enroll in the additional credit hours. A student with an overall GPA of less than 3.25 must request approval for a course overload from the Dean for Academic Advising and Support (RH342). The student and Dean will meet to discuss the need for the additional course work based upon the student's past performance and future requirements. The course overload may not be approved if in the Dean's judgement this additional course work would jeopardize the student's academic performance.
A part-time student is a student who carries fewer than twelve (12) semester hours of credit. Please reference the following link for tuition and fee information regarding part-time study.
Additional details from the Le Moyne College Center for Continuing Education
The date of withdrawal is the date you notify, in writing, the appropriate graduate program office or the Office of the Registrar. The enrollment status change form or the add/drop form can be obtained in the registrar’s office or at lemoyne.edu in the Forms Library under Current Students or on the registrar’s page. If a student fails to notify the Office of the Registrar of withdrawal, no adjustment is made. Tuition adjustment calculations are done automatically based on the date of withdrawal 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.
The cost of education is a substantial investment. You can purchase elective insurance plan coverage for tuition, room and board charges which will minimize financial loss in case of withdrawal during a term. The coverage must be purchased prior to the first day of classes for the fall semester. Questions regarding the plan should be addressed to A.W.G. Dewar at (617) 774-1555 or e-mail at email@example.com
Room and Board
Students residing in residence halls who are dismissed from the college during the semester are not entitled to any refund. Students in good standing who voluntarily withdraw from the College during the semester should contact the Office of Campus Life and Leadership regarding room and board policies.
Financial Aid and Refunds
Because financial aid is supplemental to the family's primary responsibility of paying for the educational charges, any scheduled refund must be returned to the various financial aid accounts. For all students other than those enrolled at Le Moyne for the first time and receiving federal aid the refund will be applied using the following formula:
Total Federal Grants and Loans/Total Assistance = % returned to Federal Programs
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, Federal Perkins Loan, Federal Pell Grant, Federal SEOG. 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.
All students are responsible for any College debts they have incurred including library fees, parking fines, tuition charges and fees. If a student has any outstanding debts, monetary penalties or fines, he or she will not be awarded a degree and will not receive any transcripts. A student may receive their diploma after the outstanding debts 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 costs (approximately 33%) including, but not limited to, reasonable attorneys' fees and disbursements.
All tuition and fees are due the Friday before each semester start. Bills are available on-line through phinfo.lemoyne.edu
Students who do not pay their tuition prior to semester start are not officially registered at the College and are not permitted to attend class until they pay their tuition. Moreover, they are subject to a late-registration fee and/or interest as outlined under the Incidental Fees, Deposits and Miscellaneous Charges section and the payment of interest on the outstanding balance at an annual rate of twelve percent (12%). This includes students who add courses to become 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.
Fees payable at the Bursar’s Office
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.
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.