Here is a breakdown of tuition and fees at Mount Saint Mary College for the 2022-2023 academic year. Remember, most of our students receive some form of financial aid, so the cost of tuition may be significantly lower for you depending on your academic achievements and financial need. Be sure to check out our scholarships page for more information or our Net Price Calculator for an estimate of what a Mount education might cost for you.

Please note that not all fees may apply to you (ie. late or return check fees or fees for specific academic programs). They are provided for you here to estimate your total cost of attendance.

Traditional Undergraduates and Transfer Students |  Non-Traditional Undergraduate Students | Graduate Students

Traditional Undergraduates and Transfer Students

Tuition Cost
Flat rate between 12 and 17 credits
(Note: Full-time is 12 or more credits)
$18,261 per semester
$36,522 annually
Less than 12 credits, or greater than 17 credits
(Note: Part-time is less than 12 credits)
$1,218 per credit
Study Abroad $811 per credit
Summer & January Interim Courses (matriculated students) $811 per credit
Fees Cost
General Fee8 (traditional full-time students) $709 per semester
General Fee8 (traditional part-time students) $105 per semester
New Student Fee (any first-time Mount students) $293 one-time fee
Return Check Fee $25
Late Payment Fee $250
Education-Taskstream Fee1 $65 annually
Nursing Clinical Fee2 $100 per applicable course
Nursing Exam Fee3 $65 per applicable course
Nursing Lab Fee4 $125 per applicable course
Nursing NCLEX Prep Course Fee5 $325
Typhon Clinical Tracking Fee6 $60
Room and Board - Undergraduate Cost
Regular Room $5,320 per semester
Single Room $5,941 per semester
Board (Meal Plans)
Click the link to view a complete list of 22/23 meal plan rates.
$3,087 - $3,638 per semester depending on plan
Laundry Fee $45 per semester
Early Move In Fee $50 per day

Triple Room Discount Policy: Any first-year student occupying a triple room by October 1, and not offered the option to relocate to a double room, will have a $500 semester discount applied to room fees for that term. Students provided the option to relocate to a double room prior to October 1, but decline, will not be eligible for such a discount.

Non-Traditional Undergraduate Students

Tuition Cost
Degree Completion9 $811 per credit
West Point/Stewart Location: Reduced Rate & Online Course10 $250 per credit
Military on MSMC Campus Reduced Rate in Class10 $634 per credit
RN to BS Fully Online11 $500 per online credit
Fees Cost
General Fee8 (all non-traditional students) $105 per semester
Return Check Fee $25
Late Payment Fee $250
Education-Taskstream Fee1 $65 annually
Nursing Clinical Fee2 $100 per applicable course
Nursing Exam Fee3 $65 per applicable course
Nursing Lab Fee4 $125 per applicable course
Nursing NCLEX Prep Course Fee5 $325
Typhon Clinical Tracking Fee6 $60

Graduate Students

Tuition Cost
Tuition (Note: Full-time is 9 or more credits) $977 per credit
Alumni, Tuition Partner, or Military10 $733 per credit
Summer Courses (matriculated students) $733 per credit
MBA Fully Online11 $650 per online credit
Fees Cost
General Fee8 (all graduate students) $105 per semester 
Nursing Practicum Fee7 $250 - $750 per applicable course
Return Check Fee $25
Late Payment Fee $250
Room and Board - Graduate Cost
Room $5,941 per semester 
Board $3,638 per semester
Military Housing (includes 500 meal points each fall & spring) Cost
Room $965 per month
$4,825 per semester
Summer Room $1,930

1Education-Taskstream Fees are applicable to education majors each fall semester, over a period of four academic years (freshman through senior).

2Nursing Clinical Fee is applicable when nursing students attend the following core courses: NUR-2044, NUR-3013, NUR-3022, NUR-3051, NUR-3800, NUR-4020, NUR-4052

3Nursing Exam Fee is applicable when nursing students attend NUR-2044 and NUR-3051.

4Nursing Lab Fee is applicable when nursing students attend the following core courses: NUR-2024, NUR-2044, NUR-3013, NUR-3022, NUR-3051, NUR-3800, NUR-4020, NUR-4052.

5Nursing NCLEX Prep Course Fee is applicable when nursing students attend NUR-4060.

6Typhon Clinical Tracking Fee is applicable when nursing students attend NUR-2044.

7Nursing Practicum Fee is applicable when nursing students attend the following core courses: NUR-5230, NUR-5401, NUR-6220, NUR-6230, NUR-6281, NUR-6291, NUR-6150, NUR-6160, NUR-6350. The fee varies from $250 to $750 based on number of practicum hours (~$4.17 per hour) required by the associated course.

8General Fee supports non-instructional student services including registration, record keeping, and student activities.

9Degree Completion evening programs of study include: Accounting, Business Management & Administration, Human Services, Interdisciplinary Studies, and Interdisciplinary Studies toward Childhood Education, Nursing, and Psychology.

10Military students may qualify to receive reduced rate tuition if the following eligibility requirements are met:

  • Accepted into the Degree Completion or Graduate Program
  • Not currently the recipient of reduced rate tuition
  • Provide documentation of current or previous military service
    • (e.g. service orders, DD214, letter of employment on branch/employer's letterhead, etc.)
  • Active duty military personnel including Air National Guard at Stewart
  • Dependents of active duty military personnel
  • Department of Defense employees
  •  Veterans

11RN to BS Fully Online and MBA Fully Online program majors receive reduced per credit tuition billing for online courses. Any in-class sessions attended during the program are subject to the full in-class rate for that respective graduate or undergraduate degree completion level course.

5-Year Program majors attending graduate and undergraduate level courses (in the same academic term) receive per credit tuition billing at the respective graduate and undergraduate rates.

  •  5-Year Education majors – BA/MSed track have the option to receive the alumni discount for graduate courses or to extend institutional aid (excluding the MSMC Grant) to the fall and spring terms of their 5th year (9th & 10th semesters), if attending full-time. [Institutional aid is reduced to cover the cost of tuition only, not fees.]
  • 5-Year BS/MBA and BA/MBA majors may not extend institutional aid to the fall and spring terms of their 5th year (9th & 10th semesters), as their traditional undergraduate degree is conferred at the conclusion of their 4th year. At the start of their 5th year, BS/MBA and BA/MBA Majors are classified as graduates (no longer eligible for institutional aid) and may receive the alumni discount on graduate-level courses.

Mount Alumni: Students who earned a bachelor's or master's degree from the Mount (with the exception of 5-year bachelor's/master's degree scholarship students) may receive a 25% reduction to graduate tuition! Come back to the Mount for a graduate degree, save money, and improve your range of possibilities in a competitive job market.

Tuition and fees are accurate as of the most recent update in February 2022.

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