Payment Plans and Tuition Management

The average cost of a program in the College is $500 per year. This includes required texts, manuals and supplies. Lab and studio fees are additional charges.

For the Nursing Program Only: The sophomore, junior, and senior years of the nursing major are estimated to be approximately $2,000 per year to cover the cost of program fee, textbooks, manuals, lab coats, and other clinical attire, special equipment such as stethoscopes, transportation to and from clinical facilities, and yearly physical examination, screening, and immunizations.

Nursing majors are required to carry Nursing Liability Insurance. Sophomore, junior, and senior students are required to carry private health insurance. Transportation to clinical facilities sites for experiential learning is the responsibility of the individual student. Placements are based on site availability.

Personal Expenses

A survey conducted among College of Mount Saint Vincent students indicates that the average amount spent on clothing, personal grooming products, recreation, etc. is $1,000 per year. The range from $850 to $2,200 reflects the widely varied modes of living.

Payment Plans

We offer a 4 or 5 month payment plan per semester to make budgeting for college manageable. Access the College of Mount Saint Vincent’s customized link at mountsaintvincent.afford.com

Payment Responsibilities

Undergraduate College Payment Responsibilities

  1. Payment Due Dates
    The payment for the Fall semester is due in the first week of August; payment for the Spring semester is due in the first week of January.
  2. Payment Plans
    Payment Plans are available through Tuition Management Systems which offers various plans. For more information, call (800) 722-4867.

Full tuition covers a total of 30 credits for the Fall and Spring semesters. This tuition does not cover intersession or summer sessions. Credits in excess of 30 per year incur additional charges at the annual per credit rate.

Students will not receive transcripts or diplomas until all bills and fines are paid. Unpaid bills may be sent to a collection agency for resolution. Students may be subject to additional fees and charges if a balance must be handled by a collection agency.

 School of Professional and Graduate Studies Payment Responsibilities

  1. Payment Due Dates
    The payment for the Fall semester is due on or about August 8th; payment for the Spring semester is due on or about January 11.
  2. Payment Plans
    Payment Plans are available through Tuition Management Systems. They offer various plans. For more information, call (800) 722-4867.
  3. Deferred Payment Plan – Agency/Institution/Employer-based Tuition Remission
    This plan allows for delayed payment of tuition. To qualify, the agency must do the following each term:

    1. Provide a letter stating eligibility for tuition reimbursement along with the percentage or dollar amount;
    2. Upon receipt of the student’s transcript (grade) for the term, the agency must remit the tuition within two weeks.
    3. If the agency does not cover all tuition costs, at the time of registration, the student will be expected to pay the difference, in addition to the registration fee and/or clinical fees.