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Mercy College of Ohio reserves the right to change tuition and fees at any time, when circumstances warrant. The College will notify students of any changes to tuition and fees.

  • Document .pdf2018-2019 Undergraduate and Graduate Expenses


    This document outlines fees, expenses, and tuition costs reflective for the 2018–2019 undergraduate and graduate academic year.

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  • Document .pdf2019-2020 Undergraduate and Graduate Expenses


    This document outlines fees, expenses, tuition costs, and billing dates reflective for the 2019–2020 undergraduate and graduate academic year.

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Definitions of Fees

Auxiliary Fee: A flat fee charged to all students each semester (fall, spring, and summer). This fee provides safety and security services and resources to both online and land-based students.

General Fee: A per credit hour fee charged each semester (fall, spring, and summer) to cover the costs of educating students at Mercy College of Ohio.

Matriculation Fee: A one-time, non-refundable matriculation fee is assessed to all students entering Mercy College of Ohio in the first semester of enrollment. This fee covers administration, orientation, and graduation fees for all students enrolling in credit-bearing certificate programs, associate, and bachelor’s degree programs.

Student Services Fee: A flat fee charged to all students enrolled in six (6) or more credit hours during fall and spring semesters. This fee covers all college-sanctioned organizations and events whether land-based or online.

Technology Fee: A flat fee charged each semester (fall, spring, and summer) required by all students enrolled at Mercy College of Ohio. The funds from this fee are used to maintain and upgrade technological resources, laboratory/simulation equipment, computers, software, etc., and provide updated technology for student learning support.

Tuition Deposit: A nonrefundable tuition deposit is required of all students accepted to Mercy College of Ohio. This deposit confirms the student’s intention to enroll in a College program beginning any semester. The deposit is credited toward the student’s first semester tuition account.

Student Health Insurance: To comply with federal law, Mercy College of Ohio’s insurance program is mandatory for students enrolled in six (6) or more credit hours. To waive enrollment in the program, students must have health insurance that meets the basic minimum requirements. Students taking six or more credit hours will automatically be billed for the health insurance. Students can waive the insurance by logging into their Empower Me account and clicking on the student insurance waiver link.

Matriculation Fee: A one-time matriculation fee is assessed to all students entering Mercy College of Ohio in the first semester of enrollment. This fee covers administration, online orientation, and graduation fees for all graduate students.

Technology Fee: A flat fee charged each semester (fall, spring, and summer) required by all students enrolled at Mercy College of Ohio. The funds from this fee are used to maintain and upgrade technological resources, laboratory/simulation equipment, computers, software, etc., and provide updated technology for student learning support.

Student Health Insurance: To comply with federal law, Mercy College of Ohio’s insurance program is mandatory for students enrolled in six (6) or more credit hours. To waive enrollment in the program, students must have health insurance that meets the basic minimum requirements. Students taking six or more credit hours will automatically be billed for the health insurance. Students can waive the insurance by logging into their Empower Me account and clicking on the student insurance waiver link.

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Historic Cost of Attendance

  • Document .pdf2017-2018 Undergraduate and Graduate Expenses


    This document outlines fees, expenses, and tuition costs reflective for the 2017–2018 undergraduate and graduate academic year.

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  • Document .pdf2016–2017 Undergraduate Expenses


    This document outlines fees, expenses, and tuition costs reflective for the 2016–2017 undergraduate academic year.

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  • Document .pdf2015-2016 Expenses


    This document outlines fees, expenses, and tuition costs reflective for the 2015–2016 undergraduate academic year.

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