Definition of Fees

Definition of Fees

A comprehensive list of the most common fees
Bad Check Fee ($20)
Charged when a check is returned to the college by the bank as uncollectible.
Change of Program Fee ($18)
Charged for a change of program on or after the first official day of classes.
CUNY Consolidated Fee ($15)
Covers the external processing of financial aid applications, the immunization program, the job location/development program, system-wide tuition and fee collections by the Office of the University Controller, and the administration of various tests such as the skills assessment tests.
Duplicate Diploma Fee ($30)
Charged for a replacement diploma.
Late Registration Fee ($25)
Charged when a student's first registration activity occurs on or after the first official day of classes.
Maintenance of Matriculation
Master's students must be in a matriculated status to complete degree requirements. This includes resolving INC grades, taking comprehensive examinations, and filing theses as final requirements in preparation for graduation. Students must also be registered during the semester in which they intend to graduate. If they are not registered for any credit-bearing classes that are recognized by their program, they must register for maintenance of matriculation status and pay the required fee, which cannot be waived.
Student Activity Fee + Senate Fee
Covers student government, the Student Center and Student Center events.
Technology Fee
Covers computer services for students and faculty.
Tuition Liability
Students who withdraw from classes on or after the first official day of classes are liable for all or part of the original tuition charges and any applicable student fees, plus the Student Activity Fee, CUNY Consolidated Services Fee, and Technology Fee. Please refer to the semester's tuition liability schedule for liability amount.
Readmission Fee
Charged upon registration to students readmitting to the college after an absence of one or more academic semesters.
Material Fees
Charged to specific courses that require special materials such as equipment rental charges, transportation, field trip expenses and other non-instructional costs.

Arts
ART  110 CERAMICS WORKSHOP  $15.00
ART  111 INTRODUCTION TO DRAWING  $15.00
ART  113 INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOGRAPHY  $15.00
ART  114 INTERMEDIATE PHOTOGRAPHY  $15.00
ART  115 INTRODUCTION TO SCULPTURE  $30.00
ART  195 GRAPHIC ARTS  $15.00
ART  196 BEGINNER PAINTING  $15.00
ART  212 LIFE DRAWING  $15.00
ART  241 FORENSIC DRAWING  $15.00
ART  299 INTERMEDIATE CERAMICS  $30.00

Sciences
BIO  103 BIOLOGY  I  $25.00
BIO  104 BIOLOGY  II  $25.00
BIO  412 MOLECULAR BIOLOGY  I  $40.00
BIO  413 MOLECULAR BIOLAGY  II  $40.00
CHE  103 GENERAL CHEMISTRY  I  $25.00
CHE  104 GENERAL CHEMISTRY  II  $25.00
CHE  201 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY  I  $30.00
CHE  202 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY  II  $30.00
CHE  220 QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS  $30.00
CHE  315 BIOCHEMISTRY  $ 35.00
CHE  320 INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS  I  $40.00
CHE  321 INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS  II  $40.00
ENV  108 PRICIPLES OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE  $25.00
FOS  108 CONCEPTS OF FORENSIC SCIENCE  $25.00
FOS  313 INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINALISTICS FOR FORENSIC SCIENCE MAJORS  $30.00
FOS  415 FORENSIC SCIENCE LABORATORY  $40.00
FOS  416 FORENSIC SCIENCE LABORATORY  $40.00
NCS  107 INTRODUCTION TO SCIENCE IN SOCIETY  $25.00
PHY  101 COLLEGE PHYSICS  I  $25.00
PHY  102 COLLEGE PHYSICS  II  $25.00
PHY  103 GENERAL PHYSICS  I  $25.00
PHY  104 GENERAL PHYSICS  II  $25.00
TOX  415 FORENSIC PHARMACOLOGY  $40.00
TOX  416 ANALYTICAL TOXICOLOGY  $40.00