Tuition Fees & Expenses

2021 – 2022 Undergraduate Tuition

Expenses associated with attending Touro College may include tuition, fees, supplies, book, transportation, and housing and other living expenses.

These are the current charges for the 2021 – 2022 academic year. Tuition and fees are subject to change. The Touro College Board of Trustees reserves the right to change the fee schedule without prior written notice.

 

SEMESTER CHARGES SUMMER FALL/SPRING
Tuition (12-18 Credits) - Day Program - $9,975.00
Tuition (6-8 Credits) - Day Program $4,050.00 -
Per Credit Charge - Day Program $680.00 $835.00
Tuition (12 to 18 Credits) - Eve. Program - $9,675.00
Tuition (6-8 Credits) - Eve. Program $3,935.00 -
Per Credit Charge - Eve. Program $660.00 $810.00
Yeshiva Fee - $1,800.00
Laboratory Fee (per course) $100.00 $100.00
Administrative Fee (non-refundable) $50.00 $150.00
Events Fee - $150.00
Student Activity Fee (Day program only) - $150.00
Technology Fee - $100.00

 

POST-PESACH PROGRAM  
Tuition - Dorm Students (3 credits) $1,425.00
Tuition - Dorm Students (6 credits) $2,000.00
Tuition (3 credits) $975.00
Tuition (6 credits) $1,600.00
Learning & Dorm Only $550.00
Optional Meal Plan $775.00

 

DORM FEES SUMMER FALL/SPRING
Dorm Fee - $4,000.00
Opal Dorm Fee - $3,000.00
Dorm Fee (June 3 - July 21) $500.00 -
Dorm Fee (June 24 - July 21) $250.00 -
Dorm Deposit (non-refundable)(per year) $150.00
Dorm Application Fee (per year) $50.00
Dorm Security Fee (per year) $300.00
   
MEAL PLAN    
Full Meal Plan - $1,775.00
Lunch Only - $725.00
Dinner Only - $775.00

 

MISCELLANEOUS FEES  
Application Fee $50.00
Graduation Fee $200.00
Life Experience Fee $250.00
Challenge Exam Fee $150.00
Proctor U Fee $35.00
Returned Check Fee $40.00
Transcript Fee $10.00
Late Registration Fee $500.00

Alumni Charges for Returning Baccalaureate Students

Alumni are charged 50% of regular tuition charges. All applicable fees are charged in full.

Tuition Refund Schedule

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

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.

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 

Please note that, 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.

The Bursar’s Office

The Bursar’s Office is responsible for charging tuition and fees to the student’s account. This is done according to the college’s fee schedule. The Bursar will send each student statements until the bill is paid. The Bursar disburses payments to the students resulting from student loans, and government grants.