Summer Sea Term - Tuition and Fees

Faculty Student Association Scholarship

The deadline for the FSA Summer Sea Term 2017 Scholarship has past (February 13, 2017).

Cost and Fees

Every year, the college works to hold down the total cost of summer sea term for cadet-students. Tuition and fees include:

  • Tuition for the credits earned

  • Food, provided by Chartwells

  • Maintenance of the ship, including crew, supplies, equipment, fuel and internet/email services

  • Cost of the plane for the change-out (billed separately if applicable)

  • International insurance (mandatory and billed separately)

SST 2017 Tuition and Fees

Two Half Summer Sea Terms (A and B): It is SUNY Maritime College’s policy to assess students' full tuition and associated fees for each of the two half summer sea terms for those students who have been granted permission from the college to register for two half summer sea term academic courses (12 credits) in one summer. As this practice allows the respective student the ability to make-up summer sea term requirements by completing two half cruises in one year, the college will not trade or waive two half summer sea terms cruises for a full summer sea term cruise.     

Repatriation: SUNY Maritime College assesses a repatriation fee when any member of the ship’s compliment is returned to the vessel’s place of origin prior to completion of the term or their assignment. For this purpose, the definition of place of origin is the SUNY Maritime College campus located at 6 Pennyfield Avenue, Bronx, NY 10465. The repatriation fee is to cover expenses incurred by SUNY Maritime College to return the person repatriated for cause to the place of origin during the course of the cruise. This fee is a SUNY Maritime College fee, exclusive of any other costs the individual may incur.

Paying for Summer Sea Term

If you wish to receive financial aid for summer sea term, you must do the following:

  • File your FAFSA by April 1; Maritime's code is 002853. 

  • Comply the summer aid application by the first business day in April

You may also apply for additional federal direct loans if you are taking at least six credits. Your loan cannot exceed your annual federal loan limit.

Summer aid will not be dispersed until the official first day of the summer term.