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FAQ for Current Students

Will MCPHS be open for on-campus classes this Fall?

MCPHS University plans to reopen in Fall 2020 in a hybrid format, providing a well-planned and comprehensive experience for our students on all three campuses. Classes will start on September 2nd as originally planned in our academic calendar and will combine classroom and online instruction. Our distinct goal is to provide a rich learning experience for every student, one that balances the advantages of on-campus instruction and experiences with strong online and remote learning—all while protecting the health and wellbeing of our students, faculty, and staff. If circumstances around the public health crisis change, however, we will adjust our plans accordingly based on CDC and state guidance. Read More

Will students receive any financial relief from the University's Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act funds?

Yes. Students enrolled in on campus programs during the Spring 2020 semester, and who are eligible for federal financial aid, may receive federal emergency financial aid grants under the CARES Act. Read More

Will students receive a tuition refund for the Spring 2020 Semester?

The University will not be refunding tuitions. Classes continued for the remainder of the Spring 2020 Semester via online instruction and academic credit was awarded for the coursework. Read More

Will students receive refunds for their housing and meal plans?

Yes. Students who left campus during the Spring 2020 Semester have received pro-rated refunds for housing and meal plan charges (room and board) based on days of residence hall occupancy, and any remaining and unused student meal plan balances.

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