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Last Updated: May 7, 2020, 5:00 pm

Bursar

The Bursar’s Office, as part of Student Services, is responsible for maintaining all students’ tuition accounts and the College’s receivables. This includes reviewing charges and payments, issuing refunds, collection activities and providing support and guidance to create a seamless experience for our students, all while adhering to Touro’s policies and legal guidelines.

Tuition Payments

TouchNet is Touro’s means of providing our students with 24-hour access to account activity, making payments, and setting up payment plans online. To access TouchNet, log in to TouroOne at touroone.touro.edu following the user and password guidelines, and then select “TouchNet” from the menu. For questions or issues with access, please contact TouroOne Helpdesk at help@touro.edu.

Payment methods accepted through TouchNet include all major credit cards or by E-Check using a checking account. Please be advised that payments on student accounts made online by credit or debit card will be charged a 2.85% non-refundable convenience fee by our third-party provider, TouchNet® Pay Path.

The Office of the Bursar is committed to guarding our students from unlawful acts of identity theft. The College takes very seriously the privacy rights of students, including the protection of personal credit card and bank account information.

To make a tuition payment, students should log in to touroone.touro.edu using their TouroOne portal credentials. Please be advised that a $100 late fee will be posted to your account for each month that your balance is not paid in full or a payment plan is not set up

If necessary, follow these account management steps:

  1. Select the “Financial Services” tab on the top of the home page. Select “TouchNet” in the Student Accounts box.
  2. Select “My Account.”
  3. Select Applicable Terms and Verify Amount.
  4. Select Date and Continue.
  5. Select Payment Method. Enter your credit card information or your checking or savings account information and select “Continue.”
  6. Review payment and click “Schedule Payment.”
  7. A message will be sent that states “Thank you, you have successfully scheduled your payment(s) for MM/DD/YY.”

If you are an Authorized User (other than the student) log in here: https://secure.touchnet.net/C21513_tsa/web/login.jsp

The bank account holder must have knowledge and authorize this transaction. To authorize a third party, such as a parent or spouse, to access the student’s TouchNet account and make a payment on his/her behalf, select "Authorize Payers," then select "Add New." Enter the authorized payer's name and email address, then create a username and password. The authorized payer will receive the TouchNet link and their personal username and login information via email.

Student Refunds

Any student in overpayment of tuition will receive a refund. All refunds are issued within 14 days of the credit balance posted to their student account (check your TouchNet account activity to confirm the posting). Refunds may be processed via paper check or E-check directly to the student’s bank account of choice. Please ensure that you update your account information. The college is not responsible for delays in payments due to incorrect information entered by the student or their representatives. If paid by credit card, that credit card will be refunded. If you apply for Federal Direct Loans, you will be notified via email of the date your loan funds have been received and credited to your student account. If you wish to cancel all or a portion of your loan please return the notification to the Financial Aid Office within 14 days.

Tuition Refund Schedule

Students wishing to withdraw from the College must contact the Office of the Registrar. For approved applications/withdrawals the following refund schedule will apply:

Tuition Refund Schedule - OT, PT, PA, SLP

Administrative fees are non-refundable.

When withdrawing from all courses

Fall & Spring Semesters 
Before the opening day of class: 100% of tuition
During the first week of class: 90% of tuition
During the second week of class: 75% of tuition
During the third week of class: 50% of tuition
During the fourth week of class: 25% of tuition
After the fourth week of class: No credit given
Summer Semester (if 6 weeks or less) 
Before the opening day of class: 100% of tuition
During the first week of class: 60% of tuition
During the second week of class: 20% of tuition
After the second week of class: No credit given

Tuition Refund Schedule - ABA, IO, MHC, Nursing

Administrative fees are non-refundable.

Fall & Spring Semesters 
Before the first day of the semester: 100% of tuition
During the add/drop period: 100% of tuition
During the week following the add/drop period: 50% of tuition
During the second week following the add/drop period: 20% of tuition
After the second week following the add/drop period: No refund

 

When withdrawing from a partial load

Before the first week of the semester: 100% of tuition credit per course(s) dropped
During the add/drop period: 100% of tuition credit per course(s) dropped
During the week following the add/drop period: 50% of tuition credit per course(s) dropped
During the second week following the add/drop period: 20% of tuition credit per course(s) dropped
After the second week following the add/drop period: No refund
Summer Semester (Up to 8 weeks in length) 
Before the first day of the semester: 100% of tuition
During the add/drop period: 100% of tuition
During the week following the add/drop period: 50% of tuition
After the week following the add/drop period: No refund


For summer sessions running longer than 8 weeks, the tuition refund schedule will follow a regular Fall/Spring policy.

When withdrawing from all courses

Please note: when a student in receipt of Title IV funds withdraws from school, a Federal recalculation takes place. You may obtain a copy of these regulations from the Financial Aid office.

If a student has not paid full tuition and fees for the term in which the withdrawal takes place, s/he must pay the proportionate amount noted above before leaving the College. The withdrawal date is the date that the Registrar receives notification of withdrawal.