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Tuition & Expenses

Professional Studies Tuition & Fees

 Academic Year 2016-2017

 

Important Dates Fall 2016
September 6, 2016 Last day to add/drop a course
November 4, 2016 Last day to withdraw with a “W”
Important Dates             Winter 2017                                          
January 9, 2017 Last day to drop a course without a “W”
January 11, 2017 Last day to drop a course with a “W”
Important Dates    Spring 2017
January 25, 2017 Last day to add/drop a course
April 7, 2017 Last day to withdraw with a “W”
Important Dates                           Summer 2017                      
May 25, 2017 Last day to add/drop Summer 1 courses
May 30, 2017 Last day to add/drop Summer 3 courses
June 16, 2017 Last day to withdraw with a “W” for Summer 1 courses
July 13, 2017 Last day to add/drop Summer 2 courses
July 14, 2017 Last day to withdraw with a “W” for Summer 3 courses
July 28, 2017 Last day to withdraw with a “W” for Summer 2 courses


Professional Studies Tuition

 

Tuition (as of August 29, 2016)  

24-Month Cohort Programs (Child, Family & Community Studies & Psychology) Tuition includes textbooks and meals

$365/credit             
All other programs (Business Administration,Liberal Arts, Winter and Summer courses) $335/credit
All courses with a Lab component $380/credit

 

Comprehensive Fees (summer and winter courses exempt)

1 to 8 credit hours $155/per semester
9 or more credit hours $305/per semester

Additional Fees

Audit fee (no credit, no grade, per credit hour) $167.50
Parking Fee                                       $150/per semester                                 

 

Withdrawal & Refund Policy

 

 Fall and Spring Courses

Prior to end of first week                                                              Full Refund                                      
Prior to end of the second week 50% refund
Prior to end of the third week 25% refund
After the third week

No refund

Winter 2017 Courses

January 6th, 2017 by 4:30pm Full refund       
January 9th, 2017 by 4:30pm 50% refund
After January 9th, 2017 No refund

Summer 2017 Courses

Summer 1, May 25th by 4:30pm

 

Full refund

Summer 3, May 30th by 4:30pm

Summer 2, July 13th by 4:30pm

Summer 1, June 1st by 4:30pm

 

50% refund

Summer 3, June 6th by 4:30pm

Summer 2, July 20th by 4:30pm

Summer 1 after June 1st

 

No refund

Summer 3, after June 6th

Summer 2, after July 20th


**The notice of withdrawal must be in writing; refunds will be granted according to the date of receipt of the notice by the divisional office, not by the date on the letter of withdrawal. Therefore, it is advisable to fax, e-mail or file withdrawals in person at the Registrar’s Office, and not rely upon mail service. Refunds for recipients of Title IV federal assistance, will receive refunds according to the Title IV policy published in the Merrimack College catalog. 

**The Employer Tuition Reimbursement Plan allows matriculated continuing education students to complete a promissory note and pay 25% of tuition upfront and defer tuition payment until the end of the term.  The promissory note is available in MyMack on the botton of the Professional Studies Page.

**Yellow Ribbon Merrimack College is a Yellow Ribbon Institution.  

**Comprehensive fees help the College to provide students with a variety of services which enhance their academic and student life experiences. Fees provide access to services such as:

  • Newly renovated McQuade library (including online access)
  • Fully-equipped fitness center and inside track
  • Campus-wide Wi-Fi
  • Writing Center (open 31 hours a week during the fall and spring semesters)
  • Math Center (open 37 hours a week during the fall and spring semesters)
  • Center for Academic Enrichment, which provides a wide range of opportunities to students wishing to enhance their academic performance
  • Free tickets to Merrimack College athletic events including hockey games
  • Career Services, which includes career fairs and panels, job search workshops, on-campus interviews, and extensive one-on-one counseling to help students pursue employment of graduate study goals. Also included are cooperative education and internship opportunities.
  • Free printing up to 1000 pages each academic year. 
  • Discounted ticket purchases for events at the Roger Center for the Arts
  • Participation in intramurals/recreation, club sports, clubs/organizations, social and educational programs, and Greek life
  • Hamel Health Center, which provides medical, psychological, and health education services (for access, student must fill out a health form)