These are students who have been accepted and attend MAC through the main campus during the fall and spring semesters.
2021 Tuition Costs and Fees-Nursing BSN Pre-Licensure (Senior Year Term 1)
|Tuition Full-Time (12-19 Credits)
|Comprehensive Fee (12+ Credits)
|NUR 400 Nursing Competency ATI Fee
|Assessment Software Fee
Mount Aloysius College offers payment plans to qualified students. For information on these payment options, contact the Business Office at 814-886-6368 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Course Cancellation Policy
The College may cancel a course due to insufficient enrollment. When a course is canceled, every effort is made to notify all registered students promptly. A refund is processed unless the student elects to transfer to another course or section.
Students who drop below twelve (12) credits after the Add-Drop period of any semester will not have their tuition recalculated based on part-time status.
Withdrawal from the College
**Before withdrawing from the College, ask a Financial Aid Officer how it will alter your financial aid and the Business Office how it will alter your bill.
When a student officially withdraws from the College before completing the period of enrollment for which they were charged, a loss of financial aid may create a balance due on the student’s account. In certain circumstances the student may be entitled to receive a partial credit of tuition and fees.
The date of withdrawal will be the date that the student notifies the Registrar’s Office of their intent to withdraw. A withdrawal is considered official only after the completed withdrawal form has been processed.
Students will be advised to meet with the Office of Student Success and Advising prior to withdrawing and all withdrawal forms must be completed through the Registrar’s Office. Official withdrawal forms must be retained in the student’s permanent file located in the Registrar’s Office. Non-attendance does not constitute an official withdrawal.
Tuition and Fees may be credited as follows:
|Before or During the 1st Week of School
||100% refund of tuition and fees
|During the 2nd & 3rd Weeks
||80% refund of tuition and fees
|During the 4th & 5th Weeks
||60% refund of tuition and fees
|During the 6th & 7th Weeks
||40% refund of tuition and fees
|8th Week and Beyond
||0% refund of tuition and fees
Room and Board will follow the same refund calculation as the tuition and fees.
When a student withdraws, all Unfunded Institutional Grants/Scholarships awarded will be reduced based on the same percentage scale as the tuition and fees refund calculation.
Return of Title IV Funds
When a student who receives Title IV financial aid (Federal Pell Grant, FSEOG, Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans, and PLUS loans) withdraws, either officially or unofficially, before completing the period of enrollment for which they were charged, a return of Title IV funds may be required.
- First, the net amount of Title IV aid that was and could have been disbursed is calculated.
- Second, a calculation must be performed to determine the percentage of Title IV aid earned. The number of days attended by the student is divided by the number of days in the payment period. This equals the percentage of Title IV aid earned. If the percentage of Title IV aid earned is greater than 60 percent, the student is eligible for 100 percent of the aid.
- Third, if the amount of aid disbursed equals the amount of aid earned, no further calculation is required.
- Fourth, if the amount of aid disbursed is greater than the amount of aid earned, the difference must be returned to the appropriate Title IV agencies.
- The College will return Title IV monies as follows: Direct Unsubsidized Loan, Direct Subsidized Loan, Direct PLUS Loan, Federal Pell Grant, FSEOG and others.
The student’s account will be debited for all monies returned to the Title IV agencies. The student will be responsible for paying any outstanding balance due to the Business Office. Questions regarding the Return of Title IV funds should be directed to the Financial Aid Office.
Summer Financial Aid for Full-Time Pre-Licensure Students
Students opting to complete their degree early by attending full-time during the summer semester, returning for fall full-time and graduating in December will receive the full-time aid they were to receive in the following Spring semester during the summer. This includes all Federal, State and institutional aid. If a student uses this aid during summer and does not graduate or decides to return in the spring, he or she will not be eligible for any financial aid.