Office of Student Financial Services
Billing and Payment
Invoices to registered students are sent electronically. An email will be sent to the student's MCNY email address (@IQmail.edu) notifying him/her that the invoice is ready to view through the Self-Service internet portal. By logging into your Self-Service account, you can access MCNY's secure electronic billing and payment system called CASHNet.(For additional information on CASHNet, please refer to the "FAQs: eBill and ePay" page.)
Both new and returning students who register just prior to the start of classes must pay their tuition and fees in full, less approved financial aid awards, or make approved payment arrangements (degree students only) with Student Financial Services at the point of registration. You may make payment on Self-Service (via credit card and/or checking/savings account) or at the Student Financial Services Bursar Office, located on 12th floor.
Registration is not complete until payment or payment arrangements have been made.
Accepted forms of payment: Payment may be made by Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, check (US funds only), money order, travelers check, cash (in person only), and wire transfer (see instructions below). We encourage students to make payment online at Self-Service for timely, accurate, and secure posting. Online payment may be made using a checking or savings account, Visa, MasterCard, or American Express.
Please make checks payable to MCNY and include the student's name and MCNY ID number on the face of the check to ensure accurate posting. By submitting a check, please be aware that you are authorizing MCNY to use information on your check to make a one time electronic debit from your account at the financial institution indicated on your check. This electronic debit will be for the amount on the check.Checks for tuition and fees charged to your student account should be mailed to:
Metropolitan College of New York
Please be advised that funds to cover any checks submitted to MCNY must be available at the time checks are submitted. See the "Returned Check Policy" section below for more information.
Returned Check Policy
All checks returned from the bank will incur a penalty of $40. The College cannot presume that the student has withdrawn from classes because the check has not cleared or has been stopped; payment and penalty remain due. Payment for the amount of the returned check and the $40 returned check fee must be made with cash, certified bank check, or money order. Another personal check will not be accepted.
Students may wire transfer funds for payment. Only students who have been admitted and deposited can wire transfer funds. Please send email to or call Bursar's Office at 212.229.1234 x5009 for instructions on how to wire transfer funds to MCNY.
Book Advance Authorization
The Bursar's Office offers eligible students a line of credit (via a positive balance on their student account), which can be used to purchase books online through "Akademos", a virtual bookstore. Undergraduates can receive a credit line of up to $300 and graduates can receive up to $500 for book purchases.
If this line of credit is not used, your student account will not be charged or if you spend less than your line of credit, your account will reflect the actual cost. If your total purchase exceeds your credit line, you will have to pay the difference.
Please download, complete, and submit the Book Advance Form to the Bursar's Office. Once this form is received by our office, we will confirm that all financial aid documents have been received and processed and you qualify for this line of credit because your financial aid awards are in excess of your tuition and fee charges.If you have a credit card and want to purchase your books on your own, go directly to the website http://metropolitan.textbookx.com
1098-T Tuition Statement Tax Form
The Metropolitan College of New York, in conjunction with ECSI, is now offering students online access to their 1098-T Tuition Statement Tax Form. If you would like to access your 1098-T form online you must do the following:
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