Graduate Catalog 2017-2018

Payment of University Expenses

Students are expected to meet all financial obligations when they are due. Georgia College reserves the rights to deny admission, to withhold transcripts, refunds, payments, and other educational records, or cancel the registration of any student who fails to meet financial obligations promptly. It is each student's responsibility to keep informed of all registration and fee payment dates, deadlines and other requirements by referring to the official calendar of events in the catalog, as well as printed and posted announcements.

All student fees and charges are due and payable at the time stated in the calendar. A student is not officially registered until all fees and charges are paid. No paper bills will be mailed.  All students will receive an email through their bobcats email account stating a statement is ready for viewing in the Student Account Center.

Students who have not paid their bill in full by the payment deadline will not have their courses dropped, but will incur a $75 late fee.  Students who still have not finalized their bill at the close of business on the first day of classes will be dropped from all courses.  Students dropped for non-payment at this time and who desire to re-register for the term will be charged an additional $150 fee to have classes reinstated.

Payments may be made by cash, check or money order at the Business Office or by mail.  Georgia College accepts American Express, Discover, MasterCard or WebCheck for online payments.  A 2.75% convenience fee will be charged for all credit card payments.  For a small fee, the Nelnet Tuition Payment Plan offers a convenient monthly payment plan for Tuition, Fees, Housing and Meals.