The Bursar helps students stay on top of their finances while enrolled at the College of Pharmacy.
We don't just send the bills. We help you manage your accounts, stay on top of your payments, and—most importantly—we cut your checks. Our primary function in the Bursar’s Office is to ensure that all students are in good financial standing at the Touro College School of Pharmacy.
Tuition and Fees
The Bursar's Office is responsible for charging tuition and fees to student accounts according to Touro’s fee schedule.
Click on Touro College of Pharmacy for the Tuition and Fees schedule of fall and spring terms.
View / Paying your Bills
TouchNet is Touro’s means of providing our student body 24 hour accesses to E-bills and making payments online.
Students also have the ability to add an authorized user to make payments, receive bills and email notifications, simply by completing steps for Authorized Users on TouchNet.
In addition, bill notifications sent to students via Touro email accounts will continue throughout the term until there is a zero balance.
Tuition is due 10 days before the first day of class. Students unable to pay in full may establish a payment plan with the Office of the Bursar. This will allow a student to make payments over the length of the term.
Students will have permission to register for an upcoming semester only if they have paid all tuition and fees in full.
Students who have questions or problem relating to their tuition bills should contact the Bursar’s Office immediately.
The Bursar’s Office takes into consideration a student’s privacy very seriously. If you wish to provide access to a third party (i.e. a spouse or parent) please complete and return a FERPA release form to the Registrar’s office. Under no exception will the bursar’s office be allowed to speak with a third party in regards to your student account without written documentation from the student.