SJCNY Fall 2020 - Business Affairs
Ready. Set. Reopen
The Office of Business Affairs serves the entire SJC community and is here to support you as you return to class this fall. Please see below for important information regarding billing and payment for the fall.
This page will be updated as more information becomes available. Please check back in the coming weeks.
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What is the tuition for the year?
In light of the uncertainty of the times, SJC has frozen tuition rates for the 2020-2021 academic year at last year’s rates. The College acknowledges the stress and financial burden being felt by students and their families due to the COVID pandemic. SJC also continues to support students with a full range of financial aid options.
Undergraduate: $28,590 or $14,295 per semester
Graduate: $1,075 per credit
Undergraduate Online: $625 per credit
Graduate Online: $680 per credit
How can I pay my bill and what are the deadlines?
Payments are due on or before the first day of classes. Acceptable methods of payment are credit card, personal check, certified check or money order. Checks should be made payable to St. Joseph's College. Please be sure to include your Student ID and the semester you are remitting payment for. Please note that we do not send out paper bills. Students can obtain a copy of their billing statement through the student portal.
Who do I speak to if I have trouble paying my bill?
Please email the Office of the Bursar for payment options and/or guidance: [email protected].
Is there a price difference between land-based/hybrid/remote courses?
No. The rate is the same for any type of course taken by a registered on-ground student. The Online rates are for students who are exclusively registered through SJC Online.
How are fees being handled for the Fall?
All registrations are subject to fees based on students’ credit load. For Fall 2020, parking (SJC Long Island) and orientation fees have been waived.
What is the College's refund policy?
A student's last day of attendance/last day of participation (for Online) is used to determine tuition liability when calculating refunds. View Withdrawal from a Course or From the College - Tuition Refunds for more information.
I have a Bursar hold on my account. How do I get it removed?
Holds assigned to a student’s account are due to an unsatisfied balance. An account needs to be fully satisfied in order to register for an upcoming semester. Holds are automatically removed once the account is fully satisfied.