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2013-2014

Please review both the general breakdown of tuition and fees on this page as well as the credit hour schedule of tuition and fees that follow. You will also find Tuition Payment and Monthly Payment Plan forms on this page as well. Please contact the Business Office at (716) 961-1883.

Tuition due date: January 13, 2014

Tuition Cost
Tuition per semester – Full-time $8,820
Tuition per credit her – Part-time $590
Housing Cost Varies Collegiate
Villa Suite (per semester) Village
Registration Fee
Full-time $250
Part-time $95
Student Activity Fee
Full-time (per semester) $75
Part-time (per semester) $15
Course Fees Various
Audit (Per Credit) $197
Music Performance
Half-hour sessions $351
One hour sessions $699
Graduation Fee $60
Orientation Fee (First-time Freshman) $50
Academic Transcript $5 (Official)
$3 (Non-official)
Advanced Placement $100
COPE (per credit) $250
Challenge Examination $50
International Student Processing Fee $100
Jump Start Program $300

 

These figures represent “average” costs and will vary from person to person depending upon individual needs and programs. All costs are subject to change. An average loan fee is included in the fees budget component.

 

Three Credit Hours Tuition 1,770.00
Registration Fee 95.00
Student Activity Fee 15.00
Total $1,880.00
Six Credit Hours Tuition 3,540.00
Registration Fee 95.00
Student Activity Fee 15.00
Total $3,650.00
Seven Credit Hours Tuition 4,130.00
Registration Fee 95.00
Student Activity Fee 15.00
Total $4,240.00
Nine Credit Hours Tuition 5,310.00
Registration Fee 95.00
Student Activity Fee 15.00
Total $5,420.00
Ten Credit Hours Tuition 5,900.00
Registration Fee 95.00
Student Activity Fee 15.00
Total $6,010.00
Eleven Credit Hours Tuition 6,490.00
Registration Fee 95.00
Student Activity Fee 15.00
Total $6,600.00
Twelve Credit Hours Tuition 8,820.00
Registration Fee 250.00
Student Activity Fee 75.00
Total $9,145.00

*Fees may be added for courses requiring a course fee.

Tuition due date: January 13, 2014

Methods of Payment:

Villa Maria College accepts cash, credit cards, personal and bank checks, and money orders. Payments may be submitted or mailed to the Business Office. Checks should be made payable to Villa Maria College. If you prefer to pay by credit card, payment may be made by phone or by mail using the tuition payment form (download below) and your Visa or MasterCard. Payments by mail should be sent to:

Villa Maria College
Business Office
240 Pine Ridge Road
Buffalo, NY 14225

*Every student is required to complete the Tuition Payment Form and indicate the intended method of payment for his/her tuition. All payments are processed on the day they are received. Please log onto the student portal to view your account’s current standing and any balance due. The billing ledger provides a list of current charges, payments and financial aid that has been received in our offices.

Refund Policy on Fully Paid Tuition

Tuition Refund Policy

Monthly Payment Plan

This plan divides your tuition balance into four installments that are due monthly throughout the semester. Each payment is calculated as 25% of the tuition balance. The due dates for each installment plan are as follows:

January 13, 2014
February 14, 2014
March 14, 2014
April 15, 2014

Monthly Payment Form

Complete the Monthly Payment Agreement available on-line and in the Business Office. Submit the first installment with the agreement form and the one-time $40 processing fee by the tuition due date of January 13, 2014. Late fees will be added to your account if payments are not received in the Business Office by the dates specified above. Monthly statements will not be mailed; therefore, it is your responsibility to retain the tuition guidelines and due dates provided here for your records and to be aware of when payments are due to avoid any late fees.

Tuition Deferment Policy – Tuition payments may be deferred ONLY through one of the following three methods:

1. Completed Financial Aid Package: The Financial Aid Office must have notification of ALL completed paperwork by the tuition due date of January 13, 2014. Be sure to complete and return ALL paperwork sent to you by the Financial Aid staff. Any balance not covered by financial aid must be paid by the tuition due date.

2. Employer’s Tuition Reimbursement Plan: The Business Office requires a copy of the tuition reimbursement policy from the employer and tuition can be deferred until the end of the semester. The employer’s policy guidelines and any balance not paid by the employer must be submitted to the Business Office by the tuition due date.

3. Established Monthly Payment Plan: Tuition can also be deferred in part by setting up a monthly payment plan. See section above for instructions on how to establish a monthly payment plan.

Questions?

For questions concerning due dates or payments only, please contact the Business Office at (716) 961-1883.
For questions concerning your financial aid and any financial aid packages only, please contact the Financial Aid Office at (716) 961-1849.

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