Admission & Financial Aid

2022-23 Cost of Attendance: Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors

Cost of attendance includes tuition and fees, room and board, books and supplies, personal and transportation expenses, and loan fees. The cost of attendance is determined by Marist College in accordance with federal regulations and may vary from student to student. Full-time tuition charges cover between 12 and 16 credits.

 

Resident Expenses:

2022-2023 Billable Resident Expenses

Tuition

$43,900

Activity Fee

$280
Health Services Fee

$380

Housing

   
Foy Townhouses

$12,280

Townhouses

$12,490

Lower and Upper West Cedar

$12,490

Fulton

$13,220

North Campus*

$13,850
Board  

Costs vary by meal plan selected

 
   

Note: billable expenses can range from $58,370-$64,060 
 

Estimated Non-Billable Resident Expenses

Books & Supplies

$1,125

Travel/Transportation

$1,000

Personal/Miscellaneous

$1,000

 

 

Commuter Expenses:

2022-2023 Billable Commuter Expenses

Tuition 

$43,900

Activity Fee

$280
Health Services Fee

$380

 

 

Estimated Non-Billable Commuter Expenses

Room & Board

$3,100

Books & Supplies

$1,125

Travel/Transportation

$1,500

Personal/Miscellaneous

$1,000

 

 


*North Campus: John & Nancy O'Shea Hall, Tom & Mary Ward Hall, Lavelle Hall,  and McCormick Hall

Credits Within a Semester: 

In the fall and spring semesters, a full-time matriculated student must register for a minimum of 12 credit hours. Full-time tuition charges cover between 12 and 16 credits. For most full-time students, the normal recommended load is 15-16 credit hours; the student may elect to attempt up to 18 credit hours, although this is not recommended and will incur additional charges. Students who are on probation may be restricted to a number of credits for which they can register in a given semester. To register for 19 or more credit hours, the student must make an appointment to speak with a staff member in the Center for Advising and Academic Services to obtain permission. The maximum number of credits a student can register for is three during the winter intersession and nine during the summer. Exceptions must be approved by the Center for Advising and Academic Services