Student Financial Services Counselors assist students in obtaining and making the best use of all resources available to finance the costs of attending the King Graduate School. Students at the graduate level may be able to fund their education through a combination of tuition reimbursement plans from their employers, the Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan program, as well as payment plans by Nelnet. Others may be eligible for scholarships and/or grants. Monroe College has a number of corporate partnership agreements, and a student employed by one of these corporate partners may be eligible for a Monroe Partnership Grant.
King Graduate School Tuition and Fees
For detailed information on King Graduate School tuition and fees for 2023-2024 visit the Monroe College website GraduateTuition & Fees.
Billing and Payments
Monroe College uses an online, electronic billing system that enables students to view their accounts, print statements, and make payments. Students may access their electronic bills through My Services. Each time a new statement is ready or a payment is made, students are notified via their Monroe College e-mail address. Students may authorize parents or guardians to access statements and make payments.
Cancellation by the Student Prior to the Start of Classes
There is no financial liability for students who withdraw prior to the start of classes with the exception of the non-refundable Admissions Fee (charged to all first-time and re-admit students) and any bookstore liability incurred.
Students who withdraw or are dismissed after classes begin, are responsible for the administrative fee, actual bookstore charges, and a percentage of tuition as shown on the following chart:
|Withdrawal Date||Amount of Tuition Liability|
|During the 1st week||10%|
|During the 2nd week||30%|
|During the 3rd week||50%|
|During the 4th week||60%|
|During the 5th week||70%|
|During the 6th week||75%|
|During the 7th week||75%|
|During the 8th week||80%|
|During the 9th week and after||100%|
(See additional charts for Housing and Meal Plan cost adjustments as a result of withdrawing from the College.)
Students who do not officially withdraw from the College by the twelfth week of the semester earn grades submitted by the faculty.
Students who withdraw or are administratively withdrawn from the College must satisfy all financial obligations.
Housing and Meal Plan Refunds
Refunds are processed only after the withdrawal and move-out procedures have been completed. Students who are administratively terminated from housing for violating College and/or Residence Life policies are not eligible for a refund.
If a student withdraws from the College or decides to move out during the semester, the student’s liability is as follows:
Amount of Housing Liability
|Withdrawal/Move-Out||Amount of Tuition Liability|
|During the 1st week||15%|
|During the 2nd week||15%|
|During the 3rd week||50%|
|During the 4th week||50%|
|During the 5th week or after||100%|
The meal plan refund policy for students who withdraw from the College during the semester is the same as the housing refund policy. The refund policy for students who decide to drop their meal plan during the semester, is the same as the tuition refund schedule for students who withdraw during the term.
Employer Tuition Reimbursement
Many employers reimburse employees for graduate course work. Students are encouraged to check with their employers to learn if they are eligible for tuition reimbursement and under what conditions.
King Graduate School Scholarships and Grants
King Graduate School Students may be eligible for one of the following institutional scholarships.
Graduate Articulation Scholarship (MART)
May be awarded to full-time graduate applicants entering the New Rochelle Monroe Graduate School from schools who have an articulation agreement with the Monroe King Graduate School. Recipients must maintain a cumulative 3.7 GPA, full-time status and continuous enrollment.
Graduate International Student Scholarship (GINTS)
May be awarded to new Monroe graduate international F1 matriculated students who have a 3.75 GPA from their previous undergraduate institution. The number of awards is limited by the availability of funds and is awarded by the Office of International Admissions.
Graduate Law Enforcement Grant (MCJG)
May be awarded to full or part-time matriculated students who are active, retired, or disabled members of a uniformed police department, as well as correction and court officers. Proof of current or former employment by a police department is required as is proof of current or former employment as a corrections or court officer. Awards may be up to 50% of direct costs for each semester based on the student's enrollment status. The number of grants is limited. The award may be used for any major that is offered by the College.
Monroe Alumni Grant (MALG)
May be awarded to students who have graduated from Monroe College and are returning for a Graduate Degree from Monroe. Students may also be returning for a second Graduate Degree.
Public School Safety Officer Grant (MPCJG)
May be awarded to full or part-time matriculated students who are active, retired or disabled Public School Safety Officers. The award may be up to 50% of direct costs. Proof of current or former employment as a Public School Safety Officer is required.
Mayor’s Graduate Scholarship Program (MGSP)
Awards may provide up to a 50% tuition only discount for students who are full-time employees of the City of New York. Recipients must maintain a 3.3 cumulative GPA. Contact the Dean of the King Graduate School on the appropriate campus.
International Student Grant (ISG)
May be awarded to new-to-Monroe graduate international F1 matriculated students. It may be awarded to US citizens or permanent residents who reside abroad, commence studies at Monroe College immediately upon entering the United States, and are Pell eligible.
Eligible veterans may receive benefits to pay tuition, fees, housing and textbook costs. G.I. Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
- Post-9/11 G.I. Bill Eligibility: The Post-9/11 G.I. Bill is for individuals with at least 90 days of aggregate service on or after September 11, 2001, or individuals discharged with a service-connected disability after 30 days. The student must have received an honorable discharge to be eligible for the Post-9/11 G.I. Bill.
- Applications can be made online at: VA benefits or by calling 888-442-4551, or by contacting the Post-9/11 G.I. Bill liaison in the Freshmen Financial Aid Office.
- Monroe Tuition and Fees may be fully covered by the Post 9/11 G.I. Bill, (VCH33).
- Recipients may also be eligible for the Yellow Ribbon Program if they began receiving 100% VCH33 benefits after January 2011.
- Post-9/11 G.I. Bill recipients may also be eligible for the Title IV Federal Unsubsidized Direct Loan program and/or the Grad Plus Loan program and need to begin the application process by completing a FAFSA at Federal Student Aid.
- All G.I. Bill benefits are prorated for part-time students. Students must be enrolled for a minimum of 7 credits to be considered part-time. Part-time students will have their living allowances and book stipends prorated based on their enrollment.
Students receiving 100% VCH33 benefits may also be eligible for the following:
- Stipend for books and supplies - up to $1,000 annually
- A housing allowance
- The ability to transfer unused education benefits to their dependent spouse or children
For further information about veteran’s educational benefits contact the Monroe College Veteran’s Affairs Liaison, Roxanne Virgo firstname.lastname@example.org in the Admissions Office.