Making Payments

Billing Information

Saint Michael's College mails all billing correspondence in the student's name to their home address. It is the student's responsibility to inform the College if an alternate address should be used. Someone other than the student may be designated as the primary billing contact person; however, the student must complete the Release of Billing Information Form to authorize this request.

Payment Options

Pay by check in person:

At the Cashier's Office in Alliot Hall, Room 207, Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM-3:00 PM; or at the Office of Student Financial Services in Founders Hall, Room 149, 8:00 AM-4:30 PM.

Credit Card and Other Electronic Payments:

Online Payment Center

Payment Plan Options:

Tuition Pay
800.635.0120 or online

International Students:

International Payment Information

Refund Policy

Complete information concerning the following policies can be found in the Saint Michael's College Catalog.

For Enrolled Students

Credit balances for enrolled students will remain on the account unless requested by the student. Refunds are issued within three weeks of the request to the primary billing contact, as designated by the student, unless otherwise directed in the refund request. For accounts with Title IV monies in excess of allowable charges, the excess funds will be refunded to the student with 14 business days.

For Withdrawn Students

Students who withdraw will be eligible for a refund of tuition and fees in accordance with the following schedule:

Length of Enrollment Percentage Refunded
Prior to first day of class 100%
Within the first week of classes 90%
Within the second week of classes 75%
Within the third week of classes 50%
Within the fourth week of classes 25%
After the fourth week of classes 0%

Withdrawals must be approved by the Assistant Dean of your College and processed through the Registrar before refunds will be processed. Students offered a Saint Michael's College scholarship or grant will forfeit a percentage of their award equal to the percentage at which the tuition charges are refunded. Students with Title IV federal aid, who withdraw before the 60% midpoint of the semester, will have their federal aid recalculated according to the Federal Return of Title IV Aid policy. Students may be eligible to receive some of the federal aid based upon the percentage of the term completed. Saint Michael's College may be required to return Federal Funds, they will be returned in the following order: Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan, Federal Direct Subsidized Loan, Federal Perkins Loan, Federal Direct Graduate Plus, Federal Direct Parent Plus, Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant, Federal Pell Grant. In some cases, students may owe Saint Michael's College a balance due as a result of the returned federal aid.

Saint Michael's College requires that every full-time student enrolled for 12 or more credits have medical insurance coverage - either a personal policy, or the one offered by the College. Students are automatically enrolled in the Saint Michael's Student Health Insurance program and charged the annual premium without exception unless they are already covered under another policy and complete the Medical Insurance Waiver Form by the published deadline.

The deadline to waive the Saint Michael's Student Insurance Plan for the 2016-2017 school year is August 25, 2016.

The annual 2016-17 annual premium for the SMC Student Health Insurance Plan is $1,353.00.  For additional information including coverage details, premium rates for spouses and dependents and claim forms, visit Consolidated Health Plans

As a Saint Michael's student or family member, you are eligible to purchase Tuition Refund Insurance through GradGuard. This elective coverage can minimize the financial impact of a full medical withdrawal for a covered medical reason. 

Enrollment must be completed before the first day of classes.  You can enroll today with GradGuard online by calling GradGuard at 877.556.3984.

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