The Bursar Office handles the financial matters of all students attending Le Moyne. You are responsible for any College debts you have incurred including tuition charges, fees, library and parking fines.

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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 by placing a financial restriction hold on the student account. The College may also cancel the student’s registration immediately, remove or bar the student from attending classes without credit for the course in which the student is enrolled and retain all monies received. The financial restriction hold will be released once the outstanding debt and penalties have been paid in full.

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.

Tuition is due prior to the semester start in U.S. funds made payable to Le Moyne College
Pay by Mail (Check/cashiers check/money order – provide student ID#)

Le Moyne College
P.O. Box 475
Albany, NY 12201-0475

Pay On-line through Phinfo and clicking on “Manage Payments”
Electronic Check
American Express

Credit card transactions using the College’s online payment system will incur a 2.75% processing fee. The processing fee for international credit cards will be 4.25%. These fees are charged by the  credit card issuers. The College does not retain any of these funds. There are no processing fees for  making payments online by ACH.

Authorized Users, log into and create an account to make a payment or set up a payment plan for your student.

The office works with students in a variety of ways to make a Le Moyne College education affordable and attainable.  Payment Plan options are available though Phinfo and clicking on “Manage Payments”.  Here you can view your payment options and payment due dates.

Students in any of the Le Moyne College programs who withdraw from the College for any circumstance are entitled to a refund of a percentage of their tuition charge based on their formal withdrawal date.

The date of withdrawal will be considered the date on which a written statement of withdrawal has been received by the registrar. 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.

  • 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

In cases where a government agency requires a different refund policy, the College will adhere to the government agency policy.

A credit balance is created when the payments made and/or financial aid disbursed exceed the student account charges. You do not need to submit a request for a refund to be processed; all refunds are automatically processed once financial aid disburses for a term.

A refund is the transfer of a credit balance on a student account to a personal account. After the add/drop period, we begin to review refunds to confirm student refund eligibility and refunds are issued within two weeks.

You can determine whether you have a credit on your student account by viewing your account activity through Phinfo. If your total credits exceed your charges and prior term balance (if any).

Please keep in mind the following points:

  • A credit created from Anticipated Activity (aid that has not yet disbursed) does not qualify for a refund.
  • If your account shows a credit but you have not been charged all of your fees, you may not be eligible for a refund. This might happen if you recently enrolled for on-campus housing or a meal plan, and these fees have not yet posted.
  • If you take a leave of absence, you may not qualify for a refund once your charges and financial aid have been adjusted. If you receive a refund before you take a leave of absence, you may be required to pay back all or a portion of your refund.
  • If you are receiving outside scholarships or external funding that is not reflected in your most recent financial aid eligibility letter, you may not be eligible for the credit on your student account.
  • If you have received too much aid for the fall term, we may need to shift financial aid from the fall to the spring term to ensure you have enough aid in the spring to cover your expenses for that term.

Direct Deposit (Recommended)

Direct Deposit is a fast, safe and secure way to receive your refund, as it transfers your credit on your student account directly to your U.S. bank account. It eliminates waiting for your check or any issues with cashing your check.  Choosing direct deposit give you the most secure, timely and most convenient access to your funds. This option can be chosen through your Phinfo account by clicking on “Banking Information”.

Mailed Check

If you choose not to sign up for direct deposit, a refund check will be mailed to your address of record.  As such, it is very important that you keep your address current, you can update your address here.

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