Graduate Programs

Students are responsible for tuition and fee liability incurred if, for any reason, tuition is not paid in full within a reasonable length of time. A student will also be held responsible for balances due to the loss/reduction of financial aid or other credit originally anticipated due to their ineligibility, attendance, incomplete paperwork, etc. Students that are placed at an outside collection agency will be responsible for the collection, interest, late and legal fees.

What payment options are available to students with a past due balance?
If you have a past due balance from a prior semester please contact the collections department to sign-up for an in-house payment arrangement. In-house payment agreements are only available to balances incurred from a prior semester. However, if you fail to make your payment on time your account could be sent to collections.

How can a student confirm if they have been placed in an outside collection agency?
Please contact the Assistant Bursar, Ayana Boyer, at 313.927.1375. You can also send correspondence to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

If a student has been placed in an outside collection agency, how can you determine your outstanding balance?
The Assistant Bursar can provide you with the agency for balance information and payment options.

Collection Agencies used by Marygrove College:

Congress Collection Agency
248.355.7900

Conserve
800.724.4439

RMS
800.932.2851

Williams and Fudge
800.849.9791

Assistant Bursar:
Ayana Boyer
Phone: 313.927.1375
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

What is the Margrove Refund/Withdrawal Policy?

If you cannot complete a course or if you cannot attend any courses for which you registered, you must withdrawal ("drop") officially from the class or from the College.

The date on which the Registrar’s Office receives and signs the withdrawal request will be the official date of withdrawal and will determine the amount of any adjustment of tuition, fees and financial aid after classes have begun.

All refunds will first be applied to any indebtedness which you may have with the College.

If you need to withdraw from one or more classes, you must obtain a withdrawal form from the Registrar’s Office or Enrollment Center.

If you need to withdraw from all classes for the semester, you must contact the Office of Academic Advising and Career Services to complete a "Withdrawal from College" form.

If you withdraw from the College and are the recipient of Title IV funds, they will be subject to the prorated calculations for determining the refund.

The College will use the following table to determine your refundable tuition and fees

 

Withdrawal from Fall and Winter
Terms 10 - 15 Week Classes

First Week: 100%
Second Week: 50%
Third Week: 25%
Fourth Week or after: 0%

5 - 9 Week Classes
First Week: 80%
Second Week: 35%
Third Week: 0%
Fourth Week: 0%

1 - 4 Week Classes
First Week: 75%
Second Week: 25%
Third Week: 0%
Fourth Week or after: 0


WIithdrawal from Summer
Term 10 - 15 Week Classes

First Week: 100%
Second Week: 50%
Third Week: 25%
Fourth Week or after: 0%

5 - 9 Week Classes
First Week: 80%
Second Week: 35%
Third Week: 0%
Fourth Week: 0%

1 - 4 Week Classes
First Week: 75%
Second Week: 25%
Third Week: 0%
Fourth Week or after: 0

 

Refunds
Refunds are calculated on the basis of the number of class sessions scheduled to be completed at the time of the withdrawal, not the number of class sessions attended by the student.

If you do not officially drop your classes within the specified add/drop period or withdraw before the designated deadlines (see Academic Calendar), you are responsible for full tuition and fees for these courses.

Students may be eligible to receive a refund check from Marygrove College when payments posted to their student account exceed tuition and fees charged. Student can log onto the Webadvisor and check the Account Summary link to confirm their refund eligibility.

For Example:

  • If posting of Title IV Financial Aid (Pell, SEOG, & Stafford Loans) results in a credit balance on your Student Account. A refund check will be mailed to your permanent address within 14 days of the aid posting to your student account.
  • If your credit balance is a result of a Parent PLUS loan posting to your account, a check will be mailed to the borrower of the loan within 14 days.

Refund checks are mailed to the permanent address that you have provided to Marygrove College. If your address is incorrect, you must show proper documentation through the Registrar’s Office.

All refunds are reviewed for eligibility prior to processing. If you become ineligible for Financial Aid, all balances due to the reduction or loss of Financial Aid funds are the responsibility of the student.

It is College policy that all refunds are mailed to the current address on file. Refund checks CANNOT be picked up at the Business Office for any reason.

 

Additional fees may be required as course fees, and are specified in the Marygrove College schedule of classes. Please be advised tuition and fees are subject to change.

Upon registering for courses all students will be required to accept financial responsibility for all courses that they enroll in.

Students eligible for financial aid grants and loans from state and federal sources can defer tuition payments based upon acceptance and receipt of these awards. If, for any reason, these awards are not forthcoming within a reasonable length of time, the full balance of tuition and fees is due and payable upon the demand of the College. Should it be necessary to place a delinquent account with a collection agency, all fees — including reasonable attorney fees — become the responsibility of the student.

Tuition and fees are payable in full by the last day of the add/drop period (see tuition due dates below). For students pre-registering for classes, statements will be mailed to their permanent address approximately 4-6 weeks before classes begin. It is the responsibility of the student to maintain their permanent address with the Registrar’s Office. All e-mail communication will go to the student’s Marygrove e-mail address only.

Students MUST pay for the entire cost of the semester by the end of the first week of classes (See Tuition Due Dates). Upon registering for each term, students must enter into a Tuition Management System (TMS) payment plan for any tuition or fee not covered by financial aid. If you intend to spread payments out over the semester, these payment options involve additional charges and fees.

 

Tuition Payment Date
Summer 2013

Session I: May 17 
Session II: June 28

Fall 2012
September 11

Winter 2013
January 12

* Payments online can only be made for charges from the current semester or the semester immediately prior to the current semester. Charges that were incurred prior to this timeframe must either be mailed or made in person.

Penalties for Failure to Keep an Account Current
If you fail to meet your financial payment obligations, you could be required to withdraw from the College during the semester. Semester grades will not be entered into your permanent record if you do not fulfill the obligations of the payment schedule.

You are responsible for the total balance, even if you subsequently withdraw from courses, in accordance with the refund policy. If you are in debt to the College at the end of any term, you will not be able to receive an official transcript or to receive a diploma until the indebtedness has been discharged. If you have an unpaid balance, you will not be allowed to register for a subsequent semester.

Payment Plan: Tuition Management Systems (TMS)

Pay Your Bill Over Manageable Monthly Payments – Interest-Free!

Marygrove is proud to offer tuition payment plan options in partnership with Tuition Management Systems (TMS). To enroll in a monthly payment plan, you can reach TMS by using their web site - http://www.afford.com - or by telephone at their 24-hour automated account information number. If you would like more information about the monthly payment options, please call TMS at 1-888-210-5765 or contact the Marygrove Business Office for more information about enrolling.

TMS payment plan is an alternative to large annual or semester payments, and allows the payment of tuition to be spread over the entire year for ten months or by semester for five months.

ENROLLMENT DATES FOR TMS

Summer 2013
May 1

Fall 2012
LAST DATE TO ENROLL IN THE ANNUAL TMS PLAN IS SEPTEMBER 11, 2012

Plan Number of Months Duration Enrollment Fee
ANNUAL 10 AUG 01 - MAY 01 One Time $65
FALL 5 AUG 01 - DEC 01 $47 per Semester
WINTER 5 JAN 01 - MAY 01

$47 per Semester

SUMMER 3 May 01 - JULY 01

$47 per Semester

Winter 2013
LAST DATE TO ENROLL IN THE WINTER TMS PLAN IS JANUARY 12, 2011

Plan Number of Months Duration Enrollment Fee
SEMESTER 5 JAN 01 - MAY 01 $47

How to Pay Your Bill
Payments can be made using a MasterCard or Visa. Checks should be made payable to "Marygrove College" and identified with the student name and ID number. All tuition and fees are payable in U.S. currency only. RECEIPTS WILL NOT BE MAILED. Payments returned by the bank are considered nonpayment, and may result in cancellation of registration. A $25.00 fee will be assessed for returned items.

Payment Options

  • ONLINE - through at http://webadvisor.marygrove.edu. Students will need their username and password. Log in, click on "students" and then click on "Make a Payment" under "Financial Information.” Students' accounts will be credited immediately when paying online. Students can also view a copy of their statement.
  • BY MAIL - to the attention of the Business Office; Liberal Arts Bldg., Rm 120; Marygrove College; 8425 W. McNichols; Detroit, MI 48221. Please allow five to six days for mail delivery. All payments should include the student ID number to ensure correct and timely processing.
  • IN PERSON - at the Business Office, by cash, check or credit card. The student's account will be credited immediately when paying in person. Be sure to bring your driver’s license, Marygrove ID card, or other government-issued picture ID.
  • BY PHONE - by Visa or MasterCard only. Call 313.927.1227.

 

Other Payment Options
Payroll Deduction

Any employee of Marygrove College may arrange to have deductions taken from each paycheck to pay off a semester’s charges. To complete a payroll deduction form, employees must schedule an appointment with the Assistant Bursar at 313.927.1375.

Sponsored Billing/Third Party Billing
If a student's employer is under a voucher system, the voucher must be submitted at the time of registration for each term to the Business Office. It is critical to plan ahead and have all of the paper work ready before students register. Students should contact Financial Services at 313.927.1375 for more information.

Third party billing does not relieve the student from any financial responsibilities to Marygrove College. If payment is not received by the last day of the semester or withdrawal from programs/classes, the student will be liable for all charges that have accrued on their account.

All company/third party checks must be made payable to "Marygrove College" and mailed to:

Marygrove College
Attention: Business Office
8425 West McNichols
Detroit, MI 48221

Note: Students who receive tuition reimbursement (where sponsor/third party checks are made payable to the student) are not eligible to defer their tuition and fees. ALL CHECKS MUST BE MADE PAYABLE TO MARYGROVE COLLEGE DIRECTLY.

 

Add Money to Your Print Bank Account
Add additional funds to your printing account from one semester to the next. Students can pay by cash, check, or credit card. Please have your Marygrove user name ready at the Business Office cashier window. FINANCIAL AID, LOANS, SCHOLARSHIPS, AND GRANTS CANNOT BE USED TO ADD MONEY TO YOUR PRINT BANK ACCOUNT

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