12 Credits or More per Semester

– Tuition and fees are subject to change pending final action on the college's budget.

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For tuition purposes, Residents are defined as students who have one year's legal residency in New York State and six months in Suffolk County. The legal residency of unmarried students under 21 is that of their parents. Students who are New York State residents in a county other than Suffolk may have the non-resident tuition rate waived by submitting a Certificate of Residency from their home county prior to registration.

For tuition purposes, Non-Residents are defined as non-New York State residents, or New York State residents who have not resided in Suffolk County for six months. Note that New York State residents of other counties may have the non-resident tuition rate waived by submitting a Certificate of Residency from their home county prior to registration.

The Tuition Deposit is a non-refundable payment that is required from students who are admitted to restricted programs at the College. The deposit will be applied to the payment of tuition in the first semester that the student registers following the payment of the deposit. If the student does not register and attend classes within one year of paying the deposit, the deposit will be forfeited.

The Tuition Deposit is a non-refundable payment that is required from students who are admitted to restricted programs at the College. The deposit will be applied to the payment of tuition in the first semester that the student registers following the payment of the deposit. If the student does not register and attend classes within one year of paying the deposit, the deposit will be forfeited.

The Technology Fee is a dedicated fee charged to students taking credit courses offered by the College. The fee is committed to fund technology and equipment; it is non-refundable on or after the first day of the session.

 

Fewer Than 12 Credits per Semester

– Tuition and fees are subject to change pending final action on the college's budget.

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Amount
Unit
For tuition purposes, Residents are defined as students who have one year's legal residency in New York State and six months in Suffolk County. The legal residency of unmarried students under 21 is that of their parents. Students who are New York State residents in a county other than Suffolk may have the non-resident tuition rate waived by submitting a Certificate of Residency from their home county prior to registration.

For tuition purposes, Non-Residents are defined as non-New York State residents, or New York State residents who have not resided in Suffolk County for six months. Note that New York State residents of other counties may have the non-resident tuition rate waived by submitting a Certificate of Residency from their home county prior to registration.

For tuition purposes, Non-Residents are defined as non-New York State residents, or New York State residents who have not resided in Suffolk County for six months. Note that New York State residents of other counties may have the non-resident tuition rate waived by submitting a Certificate of Residency from their home county prior to registration.

The Technology Fee is a dedicated fee charged to students taking credit courses offered by the College. The fee is committed to fund technology and equipment; it is non-refundable on or after the first day of the session.

The Technology Fee is a dedicated fee charged to students taking credit courses offered by the College. The fee is committed to fund technology and equipment; it is non-refundable on or after the first day of the session.

The Technology Fee is a dedicated fee charged to students taking credit courses offered by the College. The fee is committed to fund technology and equipment; it is non-refundable on or after the first day of the session.

 

Fees, Fines & Charges

 

Students who authorize the college to set aside funds to pay for materials purchased from the college's bookstore vendor, whether authorized by third party payees or as set-asides from their financial assistance and/or scholarship funds, may see these Bookstore Charges on their billing statements from the college.


The Challenge Examination Fee is a non-refundable fee that is charged for each examination that is taken. Challenge examinations are not available for all courses. Additional information is available in the Office of the Dean of Faculty on each campus.


Students who authorize the college to set aside funds to cover Child Care Tuition & Fees, whether authorized by third party payees or as set-asides from their financial assistance and/or scholarship funds, may see these charges on their billing statements from the college.


The College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) Fee is a non-refundable fee that covers the cost of administering each examination. Successful performance on these standardized tests, which cover many of the subjects and courses offered at Suffolk, can result in the awarding of college credit.


Corporations, organizations, and other entities that contract for the services and instructional programs of the college's Corporate Training Center pay Corporate Training-Program Charges to recover the cost of program-related expenses, instructional materials, curriculum development, and other costs associated with the center's operation.


The college may defer payment of all or part of a student's tuition and fees in certain situations, such as when financial aid or veterans benefits will cover the costs, or when a third party provides the college with acceptable documentation indicating that the third party will pay all or part of the student's tuition and fees. These Deferred Charges will be included on the college's billing statement to the student until such time as payment is made.


Students who receive emergency student loans that need to be paid back to the college will see these Emergency Student Loan Charges included on their billing statements from the college.


Students enrolled in Introduction to Equitation and Horsemanship PED165 pay the Equestrian Fee to cover the cost of materials and supplies used in that course.


Pursuant to college policy, students who do not get an ID Card will be charged an ID Card Non-Compliance Fee.


Students and others who return books and other instructional materials late to the lending services at the college, including its libraries and audio-visual services, pay Library Fines or lost-item replacement charges. Lost-item replacement charges will be refunded if the items are returned within one year.


Students, individuals and organizations that enroll members or employees in non-credit programs of the college are charged Non-Credit Tuition and Fees to recover cost of the programs they take.


On a fee-for-services basis, the college's Ophthalmic Dispensing Program at the Grant Campus provides eyeglass prescription services to individuals who, directly or through their health care provider, use this service. Unpaid Ophthalmic Dispensing Charges will be billed to the payees of record.


The Prior Learning Assessment Fee is a non-refundable fee that is charged to cover the cost of evaluating a learning portfolio for possible college credit. If college credit is granted, an additional Supplementary Fee that equals one-third the tuition of the credits granted is charged.


Students, college staff, faculty, senior citizens, police officers and recruits, high school students, family groups, Suffolk County residents, and residents of other counties who renew their members at the college's Health Club may receive bills for Sports Center Membership Fees from the college.


Companies and other parties who contract for the use of the trade show facilities at the college's Health, Sports & Education Center must pay an initial installment for their use of the facility. Subsequently, they will be billed for any additional amounts due to reflect their final Sports & Convention Center Charges.


Traffic Fines will be charged to individuals who violate the college's vehicle use and parking rules. Violators may be ticketed and assessed parking and other traffic fines.


The college may make provisions for students to take its courses in certain situations where other entities (e.g., governmental agencies, financial aid or scholarship programs, other private or non-profit groups, etc.) commit to paying all or part of their tuition and fees. The college bills such firms for the amounts due. However, in some instances, third party payment is contingent on the student completing the course, or is limited to certain pre-authorized and or set amounts, or may vary (for whatever reason) from the amount initially anticipated. When this occurs, the student is liable for the unpaid amount and will be billed accordingly by the college. These Third-Party Charges, like all other liabilities to the college, must be paid in full upon notice by the college.

 

Common Fees

The following fees are common to all full- and part-time students:

 

The Application Fee is a non-refundable fee that represents the cost of admission processing for all full and part-time students upon their first admission to the college.

The GED Test Registration Fee is a non-refundable administrative fee that is charged for each General Educational Development (GED) Diploma examination for which you register.

The Transcript Fee is charged for each academic transcript provided.

The Student Activity Fee provides for social, cultural, athletic, and related activities for full and part-time students and is non-refundable on or after the first day of the session. Maximum $96 per semester.

The Laboratory/Equipment/Special Program Fee partially provides for the extra costs of special supplies, equipment and services associated with certain courses. Individual course descriptions as outlined in the college catalog are marked to show if the fees are applicable for a particular course.

The Distance Education Fee partially provides for the extra costs of special supplies, equipment and services associated with certain courses. Individual course descriptions as outlined in the college catalog are marked to show if the fees are applicable for a particular course.

The Physical Education Service Fee partially provides for the extra costs of special supplies, equipment and services associated with certain courses. Individual course descriptions as outlined in the college catalog are marked to show if the fees are applicable for a particular course.

The Culinary Arts Program Fee supports supplies and equipment associated with culinary arts program.

The Applied Music Fee supports supplies and equipment associated with Music program.

The Music Performance Lab Fee partially provides for the extra costs of special supplies, equipment and services associated with certain courses. Individual course descriptions as outlined in the college catalog are marked to show if the fees are applicable for a particular course.

The Student Accident Insurance Fee provides accident and death coverage for all students enrolled in courses of 10 weeks or longer and/or are enrolled in courses, or are eligible to participate in activities, that present potential physical risks. These include students enrolled in physical education or activity courses plus certain field placements, internships, and cooperative education programs. This fee is non-refundable on or after the first day of the session.

The Returned Check Fee is a non-refundable fee that provides for the collection and processing of checks that bounce (i.e., are returned unpaid by banks).

The Records Maintenance Fee is a non-refundable fee that provides for the cost of managing and maintaining all student records. This fee is assessed on a per semester basis to students taking courses at the Ammerman, Eastern, and Grant campuses. Maximum $36 per semester.

The Liability Insurance Fee is required of students in certain courses in nursing and health careers and is non-refundable on or after the first day of the session.

The Vehicle Registration Fee is charged each semester. The fee is non-refundable on or after the first day of the session, and partly supports automobile registration, security, and plant maintenance activities. A separate parking sticker and fee are required for each car parked on campus.

The Tuition Payment Plan Fee is a non-refundable fee that is charged when signing up for the plan each semester.

The Late Payment Fee is a non-refundable fee that is charged for each payment that is not made on time.

The Replacement of Lost ID Card Fee is charged to replace an ID card that is lost or misplaced.

The Replacement of Lost Parking Sticker Fee is charged to replace a parking sticker that is lost or misplaced.

The Web Access Fee partly covers the cost of web-based credit card payment transactions.
(Applies to charges of $50 & over.)

Cashier

Cashier's Offices


Location:
Ammerman Building
Lower Level
533 College Road
Selden, NY 11784-2899

Contact:
Phone: (631) 451-4086
Fax: (631) 451-4090

cashiera@sunysuffolk.edu

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
9:00 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.


Location:
Peconic Building
Room 230
121 Speonk-Riverhead Road
Riverhead, NY 11901-3499

Contact:
Phone: (631) 548-2545
Fax: (631) 548-3651

eastcashier@sunysuffolk.edu

Office Hours:
Monday - Thursday
8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.


Location:
Caumsett Hall
Room H113
Crooked Hill Road
Brentwood, NY 11717-1092

Contact:
Phone: (631) 851-6730
Fax: (631) 851-6281

grantcashier@sunysuffolk.edu

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
9:00 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.