Tuition for all graduate-level courses for the 2021-2022 academic year - July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022 - is $775 per credit.
Non-credit courses are $549 per course unless otherwise noted.
Some courses may require fees for laboratory use, materials, etc.
Graduate Fees and Billing
To secure their place in the program, admitted degree-seeking applicants pay a non-refundable $500 deposit that is applied as a credit on their first bill.
Graduate Student Fee
The Graduate Student fee is required of all incoming graduate students. This fee supports special events like orientation and commencement, community building events, special guest speakers, and special co-curricular opportunities for learning. The Graduate Student fee of $150 is charged during students’ first semester.
All students are required to have health insurance. You will be billed for the College’s student insurance plan with your tuition bill in July (December for Spring admits). If you have other qualifying coverage you may submit a request to waive coverage using the online process. The Student Financial Services website contains more information about the health insurance requirement.
Current students may order official transcripts through my.mtholyoke. The $4 transcript fee will be charged to an active student’s account. A student must pay all past due balances on the account before transcripts will be issued. Former students must prepay the transcript fee. See the Registrar's page on transcripts for more information.
Late Drop Fee
Applicants who need to withdraw from a January or Summer course should send an immediate email clearly stating the request to withdraw from a specific course and session date to email@example.com. If the email message is received before the first class meeting, the applicant will be eligible for a full refund.
Initial Licensure Field Experience Placement Change
There is a field placement transfer fee of $350 each time an MAT student requests, and is granted, a change to their practicum field placement.
How Will I Receive My Bill?
No paper bills will be sent. An email will be sent to your Mount Holyoke email account when bills have been posted and are ready for viewing. Payment for all charges is typically due within 30 days. Information on eBills and setting up authorized users can be found through Student Financial Services.
|Academic Term||Bills Issued in:|
|Summer Session 1||Early May|
|Summer Session 2||Early June|
|Fall Semester||Early August|
Payment is due by the first day of each term. If you haven’t paid or made arrangements to pay, you will be automatically dropped from your courses on the last day of the drop/add period.
Students are charged per credit, based on the number of credits they are registered for during the term. If you add/drop a course, your bill will be changed accordingly; the final amounts of the bill will be reconciled at the end of the drop/add period.
Past due balances will incur a late fee of 1% each month on balances over $100.
No student may register for classes, or receive a degree, diploma, or transcript until the student’s bill is paid. In addition, on-campus charging privileges may be suspended for any student with significant past due charges. If you would like to arrange for payment other than on the regularly scheduled due dates, the College offers a semester payment plan and provides information on several types of educational loans. The College cannot make arrangements for payment other than those herein described.
Viewing Student Accounts
Students may view charges and credits on their student account by logging into my.mtholyoke and choosing “Course Registration and Bill Payment" then "Student Account and Payment” from the Self-Service Menu. Students may authorize parents, guardians, or others for bill viewing and payment by creating an authorized user account in TouchNet. Authorized users may view students' account information by logging in to TouchNet.
Student account information will not be shared with anyone who is not authorized by the student per federal regulation. Students must authorize other sponsors to view the bill and to receive notification when the monthly bill is prepared.
Fees/Student Health Insurance
Students who pay tuition but subsequently must withdraw or take a leave of absence may be eligible for a tuition refund, depending on when the request is made and how long the course is. See the schedule below for more details.
To be considered for a tuition refund, a withdrawal or leave must be officially recognized and authorized. To be official, the Professional and Graduate Education office must receive either Withdrawal from a Course Request Form or a Leave of Absence Request Form in order to process and authorize the request. The date the form is received is the date used to determine whether a tuition refund is in order. Please see Withdrawal from the College in the Academic Regulations chapter for more information.
If a student officially withdraws or takes a leave of absence before the first day of classes, students will be refunded 100 percent of their previously paid tuition, less the enrollment deposit for new students.
If a student officially withdraws or takes a leave of absence on or after the first day of classes, refunds occur on the following schedule based on the term.
If there are any credits on a withdrawn student's account after charges are adjusted, refunds will be sent to the student within 30 days of notification of change in status.
Tuition Refund Schedule
|When withdrawal is requested||14 week courses (e.g., fall or spring full semester courses)||5-7 week courses (e.g., half-semester or summer term courses)||Courses less than 5 weeks (e.g., January term and accelerated summer courses)|
|Prior to first day of class||100%||100%||100%|
|Week 7 or later||0%|
Refund of Scholarships
If a student receiving a scholarship drops or withdraws from a class, the amount of the scholarship applied towards the student bill will be proportional to the amount billed per the tuition refund schedule.
Refund of Federal Student Loans
Federal aid refund policies are different than institutional refund policies. For students receiving federal loans for the fall or spring, “earned” loan funds are prorated based on the time enrolled (percent earned vs. unearned). Grad PLUS loans are returned before the Federal Direct Student Loan when loan funds must be returned.