Admissions Requirements

The following is required for registration:

  • $50 cash or money order
  • Photo ID
  • Proof of citizenship or immigration status
  • Social Security Card
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Proof of Income (for Financial Aid)

Tuition is charged, per term, based on the specific career specialty program. A $50 Registration Fee is charged for all career programs.

The registration fee is payable at the time of signing of the enrollment agreement after the applicant is accepted for the program of study. It is specific only to the program and start date for which the applicant enrolls and may not be applied to another start date or program. Therefore, it is a nonrefundable fee.


Although all students are required to pay tuition and all appropriate fees, students who qualify for financial assistance or loans from federal, state or other sources may defer payment until receipt of such financial aid, but in no case beyond the end of the first term. It is the student’s responsibility to follow through on all financial aid paperwork to ensure timely completion of the process.

Manhattan School of Computer Technology has a tuition payment plan that allows students to make weekly or monthly cash payments for the entire tuition and other charges or for the difference that may not be covered by financial aid. Personal checks are accepted at the discretion of the school.

In those cases where payment of tuition and/or other charges is overdue, Manhattan School of Computer Technology reserves the right to employ the services of collection agencies and/or attorneys. In that event, the student shall be liable for an additional sum representing interest and all costs of collection including reasonable attorneys’ fees of half the balance in default at the time of collection.

Students are also advised that their academic records will be encumbered prior to the end of the term if all charges are not paid. Grades and transcripts will be withheld until full payment is made.


This could be a great opportunity to build your career.

Take a tour of Manhattan School of Computer Technology. Come to the admission office at:
931 Coney Island Ave, Brooklyn, NY, 11230.

Main Phone (718) 360-1534 ext 100

Students with Special Needs

Manhattan School of Computer Technology provides reasonable and appropriate accommodations in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA, 1990) for individuals with disabilities who request and demonstrate the need for accommodation on a case by case basis as required by law. If the applicant believes that he or she needs an accommodation they should contact the Director of Admission prior to enrollment.