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The Bursar oversees student bills, payments, and accounts, and offers resources for better planning and budgeting.

We will be in touch with you throughout your time at LCM, sending regularly scheduled tuition bills and dispersing student loan and grant payments on time and hassle-free.

What to Expect

After applying for financial aid, the College will send you a letter explaining your award.

Once you’ve agreed to your package and you’ve met all federal and state guidelines, your funds are released to the school and the Bursar will credit your tuition account. You’ll see this on your monthly statement.

The Office will send you a bill for the remaining balance. You can easily view your bill and make payments online. Any refunds owed to you will also be sent through the Bursar.

Should a refund check generated by Institutional funds which is issued to a student remain unclaimed for one (“1”) year, Touro reserves the right, in its sole discretion,  to make adjustments to any internal funds which remain on a student’s account as unclaimed. The student shall not have any right to the adjusted funds.

Remember, aid packages are not yet taxed, so you must download your annual tax forms and report any funds you receive. If you need any help understanding your finances, check out our online resources.

Any other questions? Contact us at bursar@touro.edu

Or come see us -

Arkady Kaufman
Associate Bursar
Touro College
1602 Ave. J, Room 213
Brooklyn, NY 11230
P: (718)-252-7800 x 236
F: (718) 253-5438
arkady.kaufman4@touro.edu

phone number at LCM: 718-820-4931
Hours: TBA

Tuition Refund Schedule

Students wishing to withdraw from the College must contact the Office of the Registrar. For approved applications/withdrawals the following refund schedule will apply:

Fall & Spring Semesters

When withdrawing from all courses

Before the first day of the semester: 100% of tuition
During the add/drop period: 100% of tuition
During the week following the add/drop period: 50% of tuition
During the second week following the add/drop period: 20% of tuition
After the second week following the add/drop period: No refund

When withdrawing from a partial load

Before the first week of the semester: 100% of tuition credit per course(s) dropped
During the add/drop period: 100% of tuition credit per course(s) dropped
During the week following the add/drop period: 50% of tuition credit per course(s) dropped
During the second week following the add/drop period: 20% of tuition credit per course(s) dropped
After the second week following the add/drop period: No refund

Summer Semester (Up to 8 weeks in length)

Before the first day of the semester: 100% of tuition
During the add/drop period: 100% of tuition
During the week following the add/drop period: 50% of tuition
After the week following the add/drop period: No refund

 

For summer sessions running longer than 8 weeks, the tuition refund schedule will follow a regular Fall/Spring policy.

Please note: when a student in receipt of Title IV funds withdraws from school, a Federal recalculation takes place. You may obtain a copy of these regulations from the Financial Aid office.

If a student has not paid full tuition and fees for the term in which the withdrawal takes place, s/he must pay the proportionate amount noted above before leaving the College. The withdrawal date is the date that the Registrar receives notification of withdrawal.