Tuition, Fees, and Financial Aid

Billing notices will be sent electronically to a student's Geneseo email address as soon as bills are available. For more information, contact the Office of Student Accounts, Erwin 103, (585) 245-5621

Undergraduate and Graduate Tuition and Fees - Summer Session 2013

UNDERGRADUATE (per credit hour)

NYS resident

Out-of-state

Tuition

$232.00

$618.00

College Fee

$0.85

$0.85

Comprehensive Fee

$27.08

$27.08

GRADUATE (per credit hour)

NYS resident

Out-of-state

Tuition

$390.00

$695.00

College Fee

$0.85

$0.85

Comprehensive Fee

$27.08

$27.08

Tuition and fees are subject to change by action of the SUNY Board of Trustees.

Non-matriculated and non-degree graduate students taking undergraduate courses pay the undergraduate tuition rate for those courses.

Students may be asked to produce proof of New York State residency.

Health Fee Policy: For complete information on student health services and fees, see the Student Services page.

 

Payment Information

Students who preregister are encouraged to pay their bills upon receipt of confirmation. Payments are due according to the schedule below.

To pay for . . .

Payment must be received by

Full Semester (All 3 Sessions)

May 20, 2013

Session I

May 20, 2013

Session IA

May 20, 2013

Session II

July 1, 2013

Session IB

May 20, 2013

Session IIB

June 17, 2013

Session IIIB

July 15, 2013

A late payment fee of up to $50.00 will be charged to any student whose bill is not deferred by financial aid or whose payment is received after the first day of each session.

Methods of Payment

  1. ONLINE - Use the Student Account Center available through MyGeneseo to pay by Visa, MasterCard, Discover, checking or savings account.

  2. IN PERSON - The Office of Student Accounts, Erwin 103, will accept payment by cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, or Discover, Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

  3. BY MAIL - Mail payments to:
  4. State University College at Geneseo
    Office of Student Accounts
    One College Circle
    Geneseo, NY 14454

Personal checks, bank checks, and money orders should be made payable to SUNY Geneseo. DO NOT SEND CASH.

Returned checks and credit card payments declined by credit card corporations will result in a returned item charge of $20.00 and, if applicable, a late payment fee.

Refund Schedule: Tuition and Fees

Tuition and fees will be completely refunded for a course dropped before the start of a session. From the first day of the session, the College Fee of $0.85 per credit is nonrefundable. Students who withdraw from classes may receive tuition and comprehensive fee refunds as outlined the schedule below. A withdrawal is made by filing a withdrawal form in the Records Office, Erwin 102 or the Office of Summer Sessions, Erwin 105. Students entitled to refunds should bring withdrawal forms to the Office of Student Accounts, Erwin 103.

 

Session

Percent of tuition refunded

Dates

Full Summer Semester

100

May 20 - May 26

 

70

May 27  - June 2

 

 June 0

June 3 - June 9

 

30

June 10 - June 16

 

0

beginning June 17

Summer Session I

100

May 20 - May 26

 

30

May 27 - June 2

 

0

beginning June 3

Summer Session IA

100

May 20 - May 21

 

35

May 22 - May 26

 

0

beginning May 27

Summer Session II

100

July 1 - July 7

 

30

July 8 - July 14

 

0

beginning July 15

Summer Session IB

100

May 20 - May 21

 

50

May 22 - May 26

 

0

beginning May 27

Summer Session IIB

100

June 17 - June 18

 

50

June 19 - June 23

 

0

beginning June 24

Summer Session IIIB

100

July 15 - July 16

 

50

July 17 - July 21

 

0

beginning July 22

 

Note: You may not drop, add, or withdraw from a course merely by notifying the instructor or choosing not to attend class. NEITHER NON-ATTENDANCE NOR NON-PAYMENT REPRESENTS SUFFICIENT NOTICE OF INTENT TO DROP A COURSE. TO DROP OR WITHDRAW, YOU MUST COMPLETE THE APPROPRIATE FORMAL PROCEDURES.

Financial Aid

In order to be considered for summer financial assistance at SUNY Geneseo (grants, loans, and work funds), you must complete the 2013-2014 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form.

If you are seeking a Federal Direct Stafford/Unsubsidized Loan, you must also complete a separate institutional application, available through the Office of Financial Aid. The Office of Financial Aid must have a processed FAFSA on file in order to determine your eligibility for federal assistance including loans.

If you are seeking summer employment through the Federal Work-Study program, you must have a processed FAFSA on file and complete the institutional Summer Work-Study application by May 21, 2013 to be considered for job placement.

For more information, contact the Office of Financial Aid, Erwin 104, (585) 245-5731.

 

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