Tuition Costs Per Semester 2021-2022
Full Time Students:
Tuition: 12 to 16 Credits: $17,250
Over 16 Credits (per additional credit over 16): $310
General Fee/Technology Fee: $350
Part Time Students:
Tuition: Less than 12 Cr. (per credit): $1,150
General Fee/Technology Fee: $175
Tuition (per credit): $1,085
Technology Fee (MBA Only): $30
Technology Fee (M.S.Ed.): $60
Pathways Program: $2,250
Late Registration Fee: $30
Graduation Fee (due prior to graduation): $155
Returned Check Fee: 20
Laboratory Fees: some courses require additional fees to cover lab expenses.
LATE PAYMENT FEE: $50.00 per month
Housing and Meals:
Housing (3 or 4 per Unit): $3,960
Housing (Double): $4,400
Housing (Single): $4,650
Plan C Unlimited Meals + $100 DB dollars (required for first year): $3,490
Plan B 200 Meals + $200 DB dollars: $2,990
Plan A 75 Meals + $300 DB dollars (students currently on plan for 2021 ONLY): $1,950
Tuition Refund Policy
According to federal guidelines, refunds from financial aid cannot be issued until after the fourth week of school has been completed.
Tuition (less any deposits) for the 2021-2022 academic year will be refunded according to the following percentages based on the date of the written withdrawal request. The date on which the Registrar is informed in writing will be considered the date of withdrawal either from the college or from a course. The college will grant tuition credit as follows:
If withdrawal date is: Percentage
Before school begins 100%
During the first two weeks 75%
During the third week 50%
During the fourth week 25%
If you are entitled to a refund due to an over-payment, you must complete a Student Refund Request Form in the Business Office. Once the Business Office receives your refund request your account will be reviewed and if you are due a refund, a check will be issued to you in the next refund period.
Housing and meal plan refunds will be processed as outlined in the housing contract.
Other important refund notes:
- Approved TAP awards cannot be refunded until the College has received the funds from NY State. Generally, there is a delay in funds that are received from NY State
- All college fees are non-refundable
- Deposits are non-refundable
The financial aid reflected on this bill is either authorized or memoed for the current semester. Although the financial aid listed has been used to reduce the current amount due, all financial aid is subject to change in order to comply with Federal and State financial aid regulations.
New York State Residents Only
If TAP is listed on your bill, it may be an estimate based on the information you submitted on your 2021-2022 FAFSA. If the amount differs from the amount listed on the award certificate received from the NYS Higher Education Services Corporation, adjust the amount on the bill, and submit a copy of the award certificate with the bottom portion of the bill and your payment.
Receiving an award certificate from the NYS Higher Education Services Corporation does not necessarily guarantee the remittance of funds to the College. Students who receive the award must be certified by the College to be full-time, matriculated, and in good academic standing.
Stafford, PLUS & Alternative Loans
Most Stafford and PLUS loan disbursements are now sent to the college through Electronic Funds Transfer. You will be notified by the Business Office when your loan disbursement is credited to your account.
If your loan cannot be disbursed through Electronic Funds Transfer, the student loan check will be mailed directly to the College. The Business Office will notify you in writing when your check is received.
Please note: The amount credited may be less than borrowed amount due to fees deducted by the lender.
For those students who have registered, all tuition and fees must be paid in full or assigned to a payment plan for the:
- Spring Semester no later than January 21, 2022
Students will not be permitted to register for upcoming semesters unless all indebtedness to the College is either paid or assigned to a payment plan and clearance has been received from the Business Office.
FORMS OF PAYMENT
Checks: Made payable to St. Thomas Aquinas College. There will be a $20 charge for any check returned for NSF. No check will be re-deposited. Should a returned check result in late payment, there will be an additional $50 late payment fee.
Credit Cards: The College accepts American Express, VISA, MasterCard, and Discover. When paying by mail, please complete and return the credit card information portion of your bill, including card number, expiration date, and authorized signature.
The College, in collaboration with Nelnet, offers payment plans to help you meet the cost of college tuition. We offer payment plan options that allow you to pay your semester obligation over a 3, 4, or 5 month period. The cost of the payment plan is $45 per semester. Plans begin as follows:
- 5 payments Dec 25th - April 25th - Close date for enrollment in the 5-month payment plan is 12/20/21
- 4 payments Jan 25th - April 25th - Close date for enrollment in the 4-month payment plan is 1/21/22
- 3 payments Feb 25th - April 25th - Close date for enrollment in the 3-month payment plan is 2/23/22
For more information on these plans contact Nelnet at 1-800-609-8056 or online at www.mycollegepaymentplan.com/stac.
Important Office Information
Location: Main Level, Borelli Hall, Room 205
Phone Number: 845-398-4042
Office of Financial Aid
Location: 2nd Floor of Spellman Hall (use the entrance to Spellman Hall closest to the tennis courts)
Phone Number: 845-398-4097
Location: Spellman Hall, Suite 101
Phone Number: 845-398-4300
For office hours, please contact each individual office.
Important Phone Numbers:
|College's Main Number||845-398-4000|
|Campus Safety & Security||845-398-4080|
|Student Personnel Services||845-398-4051|