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College of Mount St. Vincent

New York - United States

Overview

On a 70-acre campus of rolling lawns and wooded hills overlooking the Hudson River, just 12 miles from midtown Manhattan, the College of Mount Saint Vincent offers excellent academic and professional programs to more than 1,800 undergraduate and graduate students. It’s a special place—a supportive academic community enhanced by the excitement of Manhattan’s world-class businesses and cultural institutions.

Founded by the Sisters of Charity of New York, the College of Mount Saint Vincent is an academically excellent, authentically inclusive, Catholic and ecumenical liberal arts college. The College combines a strong core curriculum with a full array of majors in the liberal arts and, within the tradition of liberal education, selected professional fields of study.

At Mount Saint Vincent, a student’s education extends beyond knowledge, skills, and preparation for work. We seek the development of the whole person. In the spirit of Vincent de Paul and Elizabeth Ann Seton, we foster an understanding of our common humanity, a commitment to human dignity, and a full appreciation of our obligations to each other.

Through its School of Professional and Continuing Studies, the College extends its primary undergraduate mission by offering high quality graduate studies in business, education, and nursing and an array of undergraduate and certificate programs serving non-traditional students.


Faculties

Undergraduate

Business Administration

Communications

Nursing

Psychology

Economics

Graduate

Business Administration (MBA)

Nursing

Urban Education


English Requirements


Scholarships

The College of Mount Saint Vincent offers competitive scholarships to qualified students based on their high school or college records. Scholarships may be used for educational expenses.

Recipients of academic scholarships must be full-time students and must maintain the GPA stipulated by their particular award. Students who fail to meet the academic requirement for scholarship renewal will have their eligibility for financial aid renewed on an individual basis.

The College also awards grants based on need. Renewal of need-based aid is contingent on the timely filing of the FAFSA each year, as well as demonstrated need and satisfactory academic progress.


Tution Fee

Undergraduate College Tuition and Fees

The uncertainty of present day costs makes it necessary for the College to reserve the right to raise the charges listed below whenever necessary. In applying for admission, students and their families should anticipate future annual increases. Bills are payable prior to each semester and are due to be paid approximately one month before classes for the semester commence.

2014-2015
Effective July 1, 2014

 

 Annual

Fall 2014 

Spring 2015 

Tuition (Full-time undergraduate 12–15 credits per semester)

$29,980

$14,990

$14,990

Room and Board

$12,560

$ 6,280

$ 6,280

Room and Board-Single

$13,380

$ 6,690

$ 6,690

Per credit hour, undergraduate

 

$    940

 
 

 

15 + Fee (per credit over 30 credits in academic year)

$370

Room Charge for intersession

$135

Commuter Meal Plan (Excludes Manhattan students)

$400 ($200 per term) 

Technology Fee

    

    Full-Time (minimum 12 credits)

$400 ($200 per term)

    Part-Time (fewer than 12 credits)

$200 ($100 per term)

Student Activity Fee

 

    Full-Time Students

$350 ($175 per term)

Academic Support Services Fee

 

    Full-Time

$560 ($280 per term)

    Part-Time

$300 ($150 per term)

Special Fees

 

    Graduation Fee (seniors)

$250

    Maintenance of Matriculation (per semester)

$100

    Late Tuition Payment (per month)

$ 75

    Professional Test Preparation Fee (Undergrad Nursing)

$115

    Late Registration

$ 75

    Registration Cancellation Fee

$ 50

    Reinstatement Fee

$ 75

    Orientation Welcome Weekend (Freshman students only)

$200

    Replacement student ID and Keys

$ 25

    Transcript Fee (10 business days)

$  5

    Transcript Fee (2-3 business days)

$ 20

    Transcript Fee (same day before 3:00 PM)

$ 40 (no personal checks accepted)

    Duplicate Diploma

$ 40

    Returned Check Fee

$100

    Parking Permit (Residents)

$150 annually

    Parking Permit (Commuters)

$ 95 annually

    Parking Permit (Graduate & Accelerated)

$ 40 annually

    Parking Permit (1 semester only - Commuters)

$ 50

    Parking Permit (Summer Session only)

$ 10

    Conditionally Accepted English Language Program

$3,975 (per session)

*Including Nursing Degree Completion Program     

 
   

Health Insurance

 

    Full-Time International Students only (annual)

Pending

 

 

 

School of Professional and Graduate Studies Tuition and Fees


2014-2015

Undergraduate Programs

 

    Summer Session

$ 370 per credit hour 

    Winter Intersession

$ 370 per credit hour 

    Non-credit Courses

$ 370 per course

    Chemistry Lab Fee

$  50 per course

    Biology Lab Fee

$  50 per course

    UFT Undergraduate Courses

$ 645 per course

Accelerated Nursing Program

 

    Full-Time Tuition (per term) Cohort 2013-2014

$11,450

                                               Cohort 2014-2015

$11,650

    Technology Fee:

 

        Full-Time (minimum 12 credits)

$ 400 ($200 per term)

        Part-Time (fewer than 12 credits)

$ 200 ($100 per term)

    Professional Test Preparation Fee

$ 115 (per term)

    Academic Support Services Fee:

 

        Full-Time

$ 560 ($280 per term)

        Part-Time

$ 300 ($150 per term)

Graduate Programs

 

    Per credit hour, graduate

$ 735

    Nursing 600

$ 735

    Clinical Fee

$ 200 per clinical course

Graduate UFT Courses

$ 645 per course

Graduate Rockland Courses

$ 645 per course

Special Fees

 

    Graduation Fee

$250

    Late Tuition Payment (per month)

$ 75

    Late Registration

$ 75

    Registration Cancellation Fee

$ 50

    Replacement Student ID

$ 25

    Transcript Fee (10 business days)

$  5

    Transcript Fee (2-3 business days)

$ 20

    Transcript Fee (same day before 3:00 PM)

$ 40

    Duplicate Diploma

$ 40

    Returned Check Fee

$100

    Parking Permit (Graduate & Continuing Education)

$ 40 annually

    Parking Permit (summer session only)

$ 10

 



Financial Aid
Full or part-time matriculated graduate students may be eligible for the following awards:

Tuition Assistance Program (TAP)
Available to full-time students who have been legal residents of New York State for at least one year. Amounts are based on a family’s New York State net taxable income. Applications are available through the College’s Financial Aid Office.

Stafford Student Loans (formerly Guaranteed Student Loans)
Available to full or part-time students. Eligibility for these loans is determined by filing a Financial Aid Form. Applications for Stafford Student Loans are available at local banks. 

Students are urged to begin the process of filing applications at least four months prior to the start of the semester for which aid is sought.

For further information please contact:
    Office of Financial Aid 
    College of Mount Saint Vincent 
    6301 Riverdale Avenue 
    Riverdale, New York 10471-1093 
    (718) 405-3289

Professional Nurse Traineeship Program
Available to full-time students who are able to complete the program within one year. Information may be obtained from the Director of Nursing.

Lab Assistants
Each year a number of lab positions are available to qualified graduate nursing students. These positions are offered on the basis of previous academic performance, the applicability of individual skills and the availability of funding. Applications are made to the Director/Chair of the Graduate Program. 

Payment Responsibilities
I. Regular Payment Plan
This plan allows for a single payment covering the full cost of tuition and fees, and, if applicable, room and board. The payment for the fall semester is due on or about August 8th; payment for the spring semester is due on or about January 11th.

II. Deferred Payment Plan
Payment Plans are available through Tuition Management Systems. They offer various plans. For more information, call 1 (800) 722-4867 x785.

III. Deferred Payment Plan - Agency/Institution (subject to change)

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; and
2. upon receipt of the student’s transcript (grade) for the term, the agency must remit the tuition within two weeks.

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.