Tuition and Fees
A complete list of current tuition and fees is located on the College website.
MacMurray College does not award a diploma or issue an academic transcript for students whose bills to the College are unpaid. Additionally, a student may be denied housing or registration or be suspended or expelled for unpaid bills.
The Business Office provides monthly billing statements to all students. Payment of charges billed should be made to the MacMurray College Business Office. For information about payment options, see the Business Office page.
Statements will be mailed on the 1st of the month with payment due on the 15th. A service charge of $25 will be assesses on past due balances. Please refer to the monthly statement for further information relating to service charges. Note: Any check returned by the bank for any reason will result in a $50 fee.
The Campus Bookstore, located in the Campus Center, is available to students for the purchase of books and educational supplies. Payment options include cash, check, credit card (Visa, MasterCard, and Discover), and the MacMurray College Bookstore Account. Students can establish such an account that is made available for purchases of required books and educational supplies. The value of this account, which the student determines, is added to the student's primary account.
Withdrawal and Refunds
Students withdrawing from MacMurray College, regardless of reason, are required to complete the College's withdrawal process, which begins with the Financial Aid Office.
Federal Financial Aid Refunds
See Withdrawal Policy in the Financial Aid portion of the catalog.
Students who withdraw from MacMurray College are entitled to a refund of tuition and fees, room, and board charges according to the following schedule:
|Withdrawal Date||Percentage Refund|
|Through the first day of class||100%|
|During week 1||90%|
|During week 2||70%|
|During week 3||50%|
|During week 4||30%|
|After week 4||0%|
Note: Withdrawing can prompt loss of financial aid which has already been paid out to students. Students may become liable for some or all of the lost financial aid. Be sure to contact the Financial Aid Office for an explanation of any aid reversals and the consequences to you, prior to your withdrawal.
Students or parents who feel that their individual circumstances warrant exceptions from the refund policies may appeal to the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, MacMurray College, 447 East College Avenue, Jacksonville, Illinois 62650.