Tuition & Student Accounts
The Student Accounts office is responsible for billing tuition, fees, room and board and the posting of payments, financial aid and loans. Student Accounts also reviews accounts for refunding any payment in excess of the tuition, fees and room and board, if applicable. Refunds are not processed until an account hits a credit balance.
Student Accounts Office
Buffalo Campus, Main Building, First Floor
Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Undergraduate Tuition Rates
Effective Fall 2020 (traditional daytime undergraduate programs)
$971 / credit hour
Full-time Tuition (12-18 credit hours)
Undergraduate student fee
Undergraduate Room and Board (Buffalo campus only)
Double Room with $50 Mav Bucks
Single Room with $50 Mav Bucks
Rates are subject to change.
Post-Traditional, Graduate & Online Tuition Rates
Effective Fall 2020 (post-traditional, graduate and online programs)
|PROGRAM||TUITION PER CREDIT HOUR||STUDENT FEE||GRADUATION FEE|
|Active Duty Military*||One-time Student Fee**||One-time Graduation Fee***|
|Associate in Science in Business||$450||$250||$100||$50|
|Associate in Science in General Studies||$450||$250||$100||$50|
|Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Technology||$450||$250||$100||$50|
|Bachelor of Business Administration||$725||$250||$100||$50|
|Bachelor of Professional Studies in Health Information Management||$725||$250||$100||$50|
|Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice||$725||$250||$100||$50|
|Bachelor of Science in Homeland Security||$725||$250||$100||$50|
|Bachelor of Science in General Studies||$725||$250||$100||$50|
|Master of Business Administration||$920||5% discount per credit hour||$100||$50|
|Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership||$920||5% discount per credit hour||$100||$50|
|Master of Science in Accounting||$920||5% discount per credit hour||$100||$50|
|Master of Science in Homeland Security||$775||5% discount per credit hour||$100||$50|
|Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling||$875||5% discount per credit hour||$100||$50|
|Master of Arts in Psychology||$875||5% discount per credit hour||$100||$50|
|Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy||$875||5% discount per credit hour||$100||$50|
|$775||5% discount per credit hour||$100||$50|
|$775||5% discount per credit hour||$100||$50|
|Master of Science in Education: Literacy †||$775||5% discount per credit hour||$100||$50|
|Master of Science in Education: Students with Disabilities †||$775||5% discount per credit hour||$100||$50|
|Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology (PsyD)||$1,195||5% discount per credit hour||$100||$50|
Post-Master Advanced Certificates
|Advanced Certificate in Clinical Mental Health Counseling||$475||$475||$100||$50|
|Advanced Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy||$475||$475||$100||$50|
|Advanced Certificate in Literacy †||$475||$475||$100||$50|
|Advanced Certificate in Students with Disabilities †||$475||$475||$100||$50|
* Active duty military status required for tuition discount. Visit Veteran & Military Admissions for details.
** One-time student fee is charged to the student account.
*** One-time graduate fee is charged to the student account upon application for graduation.
† Education students, please see academic catalogs for information on additional fees.
Electronic Tuition Bill Statements
Medaille College sends out monthly electronic tuition bill statements, which will show balance due and when. Students and authorized users will receive an email when a new bill statement is ready.
Through the Billing and Financial Aid section in Medaille360, you may:
View current and previous tuition bill statements
View current account status, recent payments and credits
Make payments via checking account or credit card
See the courses you’re taking in the current semester
Change your profile
Set up authorized users
There are some excellent functions available through the electronic billing system. The best way to learn all that you may do is to log on and try them out. If you have any computer issues, please contact IT Helpdesk at (716) 880-2282.
Visit Medaille360 via 360.medaille.edu
Enter your username and password to log in
Choose 360 for Students at the top of the page if you haven’t landed there already
Choose the Billing and Financial Aid icon
Under Billing, choose Review eBill
This is your personal student account page. At the top, you’ll see your balance due, less financial aid. This balance is what needs to be paid, unless it is zero or a negative balance.
Choose Make Payment to make a payment on your bill
Choose View Statements to see your latest bill
Choose Payment Plans to sign up for a payment plan at the start of the fall and spring semesters
Choose Account Summary by Term to view each item that has been posted to your account
This service is available to you 24 hours per day, seven days per week, for your convenience.
How to Add an Authorized User
Authorized users may only be set up by the student. When an authorized user is added, that person has access to your electronic bill but not to any other function of Medaille360. In order to add an authorized user, navigate to the Billing section as described above. Then,
Choose Add Authorized User
The person you add must have a valid email address
There are two access questions that default to “yes”:
Would you like to allow this person to view your billing statement?
Would you like to allow this person to view your payment history?
We recommend that you leave the default answer to “yes” and then choose Add User
Read the authorization page and enter the last four digits of your student ID number as verification, then click “I agree”
You will receive notification that an authorized user was added and that an email was sent to that person with instructions on how to log in to the account
For the fall and spring semesters only, Medaille College offers the option to enroll in a tuition payment plan on a semester basis. Students must re-enroll each new semester.
Payment Plan Enrollment Fee: $40 each semester, due at sign-up
Each semester on a payment plan, five total payments will be due; one payment on the first of each month:
Fall semester payments run from August 1 through December 1
Spring semester payments run from January 1 through May 1
Late payments are subject to a $35 fee.
Steps to Enroll in a Semester Payment Plan
Navigate to the Billing section on Medaille360 as described above Choose Payment Plans
Choose Enroll Now
Select the term for which you wish to enroll in a payment plan
Plan details will be displayed; click Continue
Calculate your net budget using your tuition bill as a guide (enter only numbers, no commas):
Under Charges, enter the total listed for charges for tuition
Under Credits, enter the total listed for credits for financial aid
Choose Display Schedule to view your semester payment plan schedule
At the bottom of the page, you may choose to set up automatic payments, if you wish
Enter payment information as requested
Save payment options, if you wish to do so
Choose Continue and review the Payment Plan Agreement
Select “I Agree” and click Continue to complete payment plan enrollment
Once enrolled in a semester payment plan, you will see the $40 enrollment charge added to your tuition bill
If you wish to recalculate your budget after enrolling in a semester payment plan, please contact Student Accounts for assistance.
Navigate to the Billing section on Medaille360 as described above
Scroll to the bottom of the page and click Pay Next Installment, which properly records your payment for the next installment due
Alternatively, you may make a payment by calling Student Accounts at (716) 880-2267. In this case, the Student Accounts office will manually apply and record your payment to your plan. If you wish to pay off the payment plan early, you may do so through the Student Accounts office without penalty.
If you’re receiving tuition reimbursement from your employer, you are required to provide the Student Accounts office with the terms of the employer’s reimbursement policy. Once the necessary documentation has been received, Student Accounts will recognize the employer’s tuition payment policy and defer receipt of tuition and/or fees accordingly. Future semester deferments are only available to students who fulfill their payment obligations in accordance with the employer reimbursement plan. Failure to do so will result in a $150 late fee assessment to the student’s account.
Electronic Billing Text Alerts
If you wish, you may choose to receive text messages when your electronic tuition bill statements are ready:
Navigate to the Financial Aid & Billing section of Medaille360 for Students
Choose My Profiles
Enter your mobile phone number, select carrier and click “save”
You are now set to receive text alerts, as well as emails, when your new electronic bills are ready for review.
Issues Accessing Your Electronic Tuition Bill
If you are having problems viewing your electronic bill, the issue is usually one of two things:
Pop-up blockers – you will need to allow pop-up windows from Medaille360 to access your electronic bill
Internet Explorer – if you’re using older versions of Internet Explorer, you may not be able to view your electronic bill. Please use Firefox, Chrome or update your browser to the newest version of Internet Explorer
If you’re still having issues viewing your electronic bill statement, please contact the IT Helpdesk at (716) 880-2282.
Tuition and fees are due and payable on or before the first scheduled day of classes each semester. Satisfactory payment arrangements must be established by the first day of class to avoid a $150 late fee. For our Accelerated Program students taking three sequential courses in a semester, balance due after financial aid can be divided by three and paid at the start of each course, or divided by four if taking four courses, to keep your account in good standing.
Please be advised that prior semester balances cannot be carried over to the next semester. A hold will be placed on all accounts not paid by the due date and will prohibit a student from registering for the next semester, receiving grades, transcripts, diploma or books for classes with a resource fee.
When a student registers for classes at Medaille College, it is understood that the student will pay in full all charges assumed on the due date, first day of class. Failure to attend classes does not alter the charges or entitle the student to a tuition refund.
Check the appropriate Academic Catalog corresponding to your year and type of degree (undergraduate or graduate).
The following methods are valid for paying your electronic tuition billing statement:
Credit card (Mastercard, Visa, Discover, American Express)
Financial aid (ensure all of your financial aid is in place by the start of school; i.e. TAP, scholarships, grants, loans)
A combination of the above payment methods may be utilized.
Canadian Student Payments
Medaille has partnered with NorthStar Currency so that Canadian students may initiate their US dollar payments online to pay electronically through their Canadian bank. Payment is transferred directly to Medaille with the student information, saving money on bank transfer fees and exchange rates.
Credit balances on the student account due to excess Title IV Federal Financial Aid funds will be refunded to the student within 14 business days after the student’s account shows a credit balance. Refunds for Parent PLUS loans will be refunded to the parent, unless the parent has noted on the application that credit balance funds should be sent instead to the student.
Medical Waivers: Tuition Waiver Review Committee
A conditional withdrawal from the current semester may be requested through the bursar to the Tuition Waiver Review Committee. The student must indicate which courses from which to be withdrawn for the current semester, carefully explain the medical issue(s) at hand, and provide a doctor’s note explaining the illness and the dates the student is/has been affected. Conditional withdrawal may be granted if the committee does indeed agree that continued attendance by the student is made impossible due to serious illness that is, by opinion of the committee, clearly beyond the control of the student. The student will be notified as to committee decision. Please note that conditional withdrawal due to medical waiver, if granted, is done so on a one-time basis.
Failure to attend classes does not alter the charges or entitle the student to a tuition refund.