Mount Carmel College of Nursing guides you through the payment process and gives you plenty of time and several helpful options for paying your tuition and fees.
You may make payments by mail, over the phone, or in person; using cash, check, MasterCard, Discover or American Express.
If you have questions about payments, call the Business Office at 614-234-2266.
Disbursements and Overages
Financial aid will process every Thursday beginning the third Thursday of each semester and will automatically be disbursed to student accounts. The Business Office will automatically deduct incurred costs (tuition, fees, lab costs, and other authorized fees such as technology, etc.) out of the financial aid that is credited to the student’s account. Refunds on student account credit balances will be processed the following Tuesdays and disbursed by EFT or check. Account overages generated by Parent PLUS Loans will be disbursed to the parent on the loan by check.
Loan Proceeds Notifications
When loan funds have been applied to your tuition account at Mount Carmel College of Nursing, you will receive notification within 48 hours via your MCCN email account. You may view your online statement and any funds that have been applied to your account by logging into CarmeLINK. Please contact the Business Office if you have any questions.
You do have the right to cancel any portion or all loan funds that have been applied to your account. To do so, you must notify the Financial Aid office in writing within 14 days of the date of this notification.
Mount Carmel College of Nursing requires that Federal Student Loan and Institutional Student Loan proceeds be applied to tuition accounts. If a credit balance is created when the loan funds are applied, a student refund will be issued within 10 to 14 business days after the date the credit balance occurred. For additional information concerning your tuition account, please contact the Business Office.
Students may authorize MCCN to retain a credit balance within the academic year. This may be accomplished by written request to the Business Office.
You will have access to your fee statement through your students account in CARMELink. Statements are not printed and mailed, but will have the ability to view and print the information through your online account.
Payment Due Dates
Prompt payment of your tuition and fees is expected and appreciated. Tuition and fees are due one week prior to the first day of the semester. If your payment has not been received and no alternate payment arrangements have been made through the Business Office by 4 p.m. on the Friday prior to the first day of classes, you will be considered to have withdrawn and your enrollment will be cancelled. You’ll be required to petition the Director of Business Affairs to be readmitted to the College if your enrollment is cancelled due to non-payment.
Pay by Mail
Your name and student ID number should be included on your check or money order made payable to Mount Carmel College of Nursing. Send your payments to:
Mount Carmel College of Nursing Business Office 127 S. Davis Avenue Columbus, OH 43222-1598
Pay in Person
You also may make your cash or check payment in person by visiting the Mount Carmel College of Nursing office.
Mount Carmel College of Nursing Center for Learning and Education, Room 109 127 South Davis Avenue Columbus, OH 43222-1598 Office hours are from 8:30 a.m. until noon, and 1 until 3:30 p.m., weekdays.
Credit card and ACH payments may be made on line through CarmeLink within the CashNET section of the Business Office tab.
Financial Aid & Payment
Some additional policies and procedures apply to payments and financial aid:
- Financial aid that is approved or pending will be deducted from your bill.
- Federal Stafford and PLUS (parent) loans will be credited to your account when they are electronically transmitted (EFT). The Business Office will notify you once the funds are received.
- Financial aid is credited to your account as it is received by the College. When a credit balance occurs, you’ll receive a refund in that amount within three business days.
- If financial aid deadlines are not met, you are responsible for paying the entire balance due. You must pay the balance of your account by the payment deadline or arrange a payment schedule with the Business Office.
A $30/month late fee is assessed according to the US postmark. Any undated payments received after the deadline will be assessed a late fee.
Late fees begin to accrue on the first business day after fees are due (excluding Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays).
If you register for classes after the payment deadline, the late fee will be added to your account according to this same schedule.