Graduate Tuition & Fees Spring 2023

Master of Business Administration $690/credit hour
Organizational Leadership $690/credit hour
Counseling and Human Development $690/credit hour
Master of Science in Nursing $690/credit hour
Education Workshops $195/credit hour
Workshop Online Fee $30/credit hour


For full semester courses dropped, the following percentage of the charge for the courses, tuition only, will be credited to the student's account:

First week                 100% 
Second week            75%
Third week                50%
Fourth week              25%
After fourth week      NO Refund

For accelerated courses dropped, the following percentage of the charge for each term, tuition only, will be credited to the student's account:

Tuition Refund Schedule:

  • 100% refund if 15% or less of the term has elapsed.
  • 75% refund if > 15% but < 25% of the term has elapsed.
  • 50% refund if > 25% but < 35% of the term has elapsed.
  • 25% refund if > 35% but < 45% of the term has elapsed.
  • No refund if > 45% of the term has elapsed.

Financial aid will be returned according to federal guidelines for students who withdraw. To be officially withdrawn from a graduate program, the student must complete and return a withdrawal form. Non-attendance does not constitute a withdrawal. PLEASE NOTE: Dropping a course may affect a student's financial aid award. Please contact the Financial Aid Office before dropping a course for information on possible changes. 

Graduate Fees

Business Reimbursement Plan $50/semester
Monthly Payment Plan Fee $50/semester
Comprehensive Fee $380/semester
TK20 Assessment Tool $139*
Graduation Fee $135
Late Payment Plan Fee $50
Long-term Grade Extension Fee Equivalent to one credit hour of tuition

*TK20 Assessment Tool is a one-time fee for all Education & Counseling students

Any fee, including course fees, associated with Graduate enrollment are non-refundable unless the course is dropped prior to the course start date.


Pre-registration will hold your place in class and the Business Office will send a billing statement to you. Payment is required by the due date to guarantee your placement in class and to complete the registration process. One of the available payment plans may be used for tuition payment. 


All charges are due and payable at the time of registration (full payment) for each semester unless one of the following alternative payment plans is selected.


Total tuition and fees will be divided into equal monthly payments within the term/semester enrolled. Equal monthly payments are due the 10th of each month during the term/semester and is payable from the original billing statement. Please see "Special Fees" above for the fee amount.


This plan allows the student to defer payment of tuition that is reimbursable by the student's employer. To qualify, the student must provide a copy of the company reimbursement policy and verification of eligibility. Please see "Special Fees" above for the fee amount. Those charges that are not reimbursable by the company must be paid by the student using one of the payment plans listed. Company reimbursement is due within 30 days of the scheduled completion of EACH course. Students can be held responsible for payment if company reimbursement is delayed beyond 30 days. Registration in future semester classes may not be permitted if company reimbursement payments are not current.


Payments may be made with:

  • Cash
  • Check
  • Visa
  • MasterCard
  • Discover
  • American Express
  • Checks made payable to Malone University, paid in person or mailed to: Malone University/Business Office; 2600 Cleveland Ave NW; Canton, Ohio;  44709
  • Payments may also be made directly from your checking/savings account or credit card by accessing CASHNet through MaloneXpress


We accept all major credit cards, or payment directly from your checking or savings account. Card numbers may be saved for repeating payments. Student secure login is at Malone Xpress (Student Tab/Go to ePioneer).


Payments are due the 10th of each month according to the desired payment plan (full or monthly). Missing payments, late payments (paid after the 15th of the month), or payments made for less than the amount due will be subject to a late fee each month. Please see the graduate fees page for the specific amount.


Actual credit balance refunds will be issued by check or by eRefund and will be paid no earlier than the start of the second term in a semester. 

Student may sign up for eRefund by following the instructions below:

  • Log into Malone Xpress
  • Click on "Student" Tab
  • Click on "Student Accounts"
  • Click on "Go to ePioneer" link
  • Click on "Overview" in top left corner
  • Click on "Direct Deposit Refunds" box in middle of page
  • Click on "Sign up"
  • Read and Accept terms of agreement
  • Click "Continue"
  • Enter banking information
  • Click "Complete"

If you are making any changes to deposit information:

  • Log into Malone Xpress
  • Click on "Student" tab
  • Click on "Student Accounts" 
  • Click on "Go to ePioneer" link
  • Click on "Student Accounts"
  • Click on "Direct Deposit Refunds" in middle of page
  • Click on "Edit"
  • Edit or change the banking information
  • Click "Complete"

Legal Notices: 

The University will not release transcripts, diplomas or teaching licenses until all accounts are settled. All accounts must be paid in full before enrollment in another semester is permitted. Interest may be charged on any unpaid balance. The University reserves the right to use collection agencies and/or take appropriate legal action to collect any unpaid tuition and fees owed to the college. All associated collection fees will be the responsibility of the student.

Tuition and other charges are subject to change without notice.