Tuition Payment Options
Student Accounts, in the Center for Student Services, works with our students and
their families to make payment arrangements as simple and flexible as possible.
Please contact us if you foresee delays in funding or other issues. We are here
to help you find the solutions you need.
Tuition Payments may be made in several ways:
- Pay by Mail
We accept payment by check or money order payable to Marymount Manhattan College
for the exact amount of the bill. Please include the student's full name and
College ID number on the check or money order. Payments must be received by the
designated due date.
Mail payments to: Marymount Manhattan College, Center for Student Services, 221
East 71 Street, NYC, NY 10021
- Pay In-Person
If you prefer you may make a payment in-person in the Center for Student
Services on the lower level of the Nugent Building. The Center is open to accept
payments (cash, check or credit card) Monday - Thursday from 9 am – 7
pm and, on Friday from 9 am – 5 pm.
- On-line Payments and Monthly Payment Plan
To help you meet your expenses at MMC, we are pleased to offer a monthly
payment plan through Nelnet Business Solutions. Through
NBS you will be able to:
- Arrange for monthly payments
- Make a partial payment immediately and arrange for monthly
- Pay in full immediately.
You can make automatic payments from your checking or savings account,
or you can charge payment to your Visa, MasterCard, American Express
or Discover Card.
The deadlines to enroll in the payment plan are as follows.
Please note that the required down payment and the number of monthly
payments vary depending upon when you enroll in the plan.
|Enroll Online By
|| Required Down |
| Number of|
|Months of Payments
|Summer 1 & 2 2013 Term (enrollment begins April 1, 2013)
||June & July
|Fall 2013 Term (enrollment begins May 21st, 2013)
||October & November
|* After July 22, 2013, a late fee will be assessed by the college
|Spring 2014 Term (enrollment begins November 2nd, 2013)
||December - April
||January - April
||February - April
||March & April
|* After January 3rd, 2014, a late fee will be assessed by the college
If you're enrolled in the payment plan and would like to;
- view your account balance and payments
- Update your banking of credit card information
- Update your demographic information
- Financial Aid Recipients
Only valid Financial Aid awards will appear on your bill. If there is a
discrepancy or aid is missing, please contact the Center for Student
Services. Balances not covered by financial aid must be paid by the
designated due dates. In the event that aid is received after payment has
been made, a refund will be issued according to financial aid regulations
and based on the existing credit on account. For additional information, please
refer to the section concerning the Student Refund Policy.
- Third Party (Employer) Billing
Students may submit third party vouchers in lieu of actual payment. All
vouchers must be submitted with a third party billing application available at
the Center for Student Services. All paperwork must be submitted by the official
payment deadline. Vouchers will only be accepted in lieu of payment as long as the
sponsoring agent assumes responsibility for payment upon receiving an invoice from
- Electronic Payment
Payment may be made by wire transfer directly to Marymount's bank account. For information please call the Center for Student Services at 212 517-0500. To ensure proper crediting of your account, please include the student's name and id number on any correspondence.
Tuition Refund Plan
Marymount Manhattan College offers a tuition protection option, through Sallie Mae Insurance. The Student Protection Plan is an elective insurance coverage that provides tuition protection if your student is unable to complete classes for the academic term due to a covered medical reason. You can access plan information at mmm.salliemaeinsurance.com/tuition
Additional Notes Regarding Payment
Past Due Payment
- Personal checks are accepted as payment of tuition and fees. A charge of $50 is
assessed for each check returned unpaid by the bank. The College reserves the
right to exclude the use of personal checks and may require payment by certified
check or money order if an account is more than 90 days in arrears.
- Students in arrears to the College may not obtain academic transcripts or be
permitted to register for additional semesters until all prior balances are paid
in full. Payments received for new enrollments will be applied to any
outstanding balance due.
- Delinquency of outstanding balances, including those from payment plans,
financial aid reductions, or third party billings, are subject to collection by
the College or it's designated agents. There is no statute of limitations for
outstanding financial obligations to the College. Student accounts that are sent
to a collection agency may be subject to additional collection costs.
Students no longer with access to their MMC account and wish to make a payment on their past due account balance can do so by clicking here . Balances amounts to pay can be confirmed with the Center for Student Services at 212-517-0500.