Executive MBA/MS in Healthcare Leadership Class of 2026

Important Dates

EventFall 2024Spring 2025Fall 2025Spring 2026
Billing Date6/24/202412/1/2024TBDTBD
Payment Due Date7/24/20241/5/2025TBDTBD
Financial Aid DisbursementTBDTBDTBDTBD
Term Start Date7/21/20241/5/2025TBDTBD

Mandatory Fees

FeeFall 2024Spring 2025Fall 2025Spring 2026
Health Record Fee*TBDTBDTBDTBD
Administration FeeTBDTBDTBDTBD
Textbook Fee365365365365
Program Fees Credit*(TBD)(TBD)(TBD)(TBD)

*The Health Record Fee, Technology Fee, Administration Fee, and the Library Fee are all covered by the Program Fees Credit.

Additional Fees

FeeFall 2024Spring 2025Fall 2025Spring 2026
Months of InsuranceJuly - DecemberJanuary - JuneJuly - DecemberJanuary - May
Health Insurance Premium**TBDTBDTBDTBD
Total Health InsuranceTBDTBDTBDTBD
Vision InsuranceTBDTBDTBDTBD

**If you elect or are required to be enrolled in the Student Health Plan, the Health Record Fee will be replaced with the Health Service Fee and you will be expected to cover the difference of $1,578 for the year.  Full details can be found here.

Textbook Fee for Executive MBA/MS in Healthcare Policy and Research (EMBA/MS) Students:

The EMBA/MS Program charges their students for textbooks and other materials used. This charge is separated from the tuition charge listed on the student account each term.  The U.S. Department of Education recently issued guidance which requires Title IV eligible programs that bundle the cost of textbooks/course materials into the all-inclusive tuition amount to offer students the ability to acquire publicly available textbooks and course materials on their own rather than have them provided by the program.

In order to comply with the regulation, the program is providing students the option to “opt out” of the textbook fee and obtain the publicly available materials on their own. Other materials not publicly available will continue to be included in the all-inclusive tuition amount and will be provided by the program. Each student will need to decide which option works for them. Please know that the option selected by the student in the first term, will determine the option used for the duration of the program.

If you decide to opt out:
  • The student will be responsible for obtaining the required textbook(s)/materials for each course. Details regarding the required materials will be provided to students by the program administration in advance of the start date for each term.
  • Opting out will reduce the Textbook Fee assessed each term on the student’s bill
  • Please note all students are charged the textbook fee for their first term.  If you are requesting an expection to opt out after your first term, you will need to email student-accounting@med.cornell.edu for your circumstance to be reviewed.
If  you are approved to opt out once reviewed, you should be aware of the following:
  • The student is responsible for obtaining the correct version or edition of the textbook according to the deadline established by the professor.  It will be the student’s responsibility to use the textbook per the course syllabus and be prepared for class sessions, quizzes, exams, and all other course deliverables.
  • The student will not be able to take advantage of any price discounts that Cornell University may have access to.
  • The cost for textbooks may be higher than the textbook fee in any given term.
  • The student is doing so for the duration of their program and will not be permitted to opt in at a later date.

Student Fees

A full list of fees and descriptions can be found here.

Reference to your programs Cost of Attendance can be found here

Contact Information

Office of Student Accounting 

1300 York Avenue, Room C-114
New York, NY 10065

Telephone: (646) 962-3475
Fax: (212) 746-5981


Hours of Operation

Monday through Friday
Office Hours 9:00AM to 5:00PM