The following service charges apply:
|Reinstatement Fee (if dropped due to nonpayment)||$50|
TUITION PAYMENTS – DUE BY THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS
Current student accounts
Registration is complete upon receipt of either payment in full of tuition and fees to the Business Office or partial payment and completion of the Deferred Payment Agreement. Confirmation should be complete before class begins. To complete registration for classes you must confirm your registration by paying your charges in full or by making arrangements to pay your bill in installments. Both methods require you to contact the business office. If you do not confirm your registration by Friday of the second week of class, your registration will be cancelled and you will be subject to the refund schedule for tuition and fees. All student accounts should be paid in full by the end of each semester. Those students with delinquent student account balances will not be permitted to register for any future semesters. No transcript or diploma will be released to a student with a delinquent account.
Payment in full
Georgetown College accepts payments by cash or check. To pay by electronic check, VISA, MasterCard, American Express or Discover login on my.georgetowncollege.edu, click on the “finances” tab and “GC ePayment”. We do not accept VISA. There is a $3.00 service fee for electronic check payment. There is a 2.5% service fee for payments by debit/credit card.
There is a Deferred Payment Agreement plan available by semester for graduate school tuition. Initial billing will be available to students as soon as registration is complete. E-Bills will be sent monthly. PAPER BILLS WILL NOT BE SENT Registration can be viewed on my.georgetowncollege.edu. Deferred payment forms are available online. Please print, sign and mail in with your first payment prior to the due date. Payments of at least 1/4 of the total charges for the semester will be made over four consecutive months. Signed Deferred Payment Agreement is due by the first day of class. Please click here to view and/or print the Deferred Payment Agreement.
Past Due Student Accounts
Any student with a past due account will not be permitted to register, nor will that student be able to receive a transcript or a diploma until the account is paid in full. At the end of each semester, the student with an open account assumes collection and legal fees, if any.
A service charge of 1% will be charged each month on student accounts.
Reductions of charges billed will be made in the following circumstances: withdrawal by the student due to illness or other reason subject to administrative review and approval (calculated from the date of submission to the Graduate Office, suspension or expulsion of the student (calculated from the date of official action), reduction of course load from full-time to part-time (calculated from the date of official receipt by the Graduate Office). Students who withdraw during the first six weeks of classes may be eligible for a partial reduction in billed charges for tuition and fees as determined by the schedule below. The withdrawal process is completed when the student submits the withdrawal card to the Graduate Office and signs a request for any applicable refund. During the Spring or Fall Semester, students withdrawing due to reasons subject to administrative review and approval will be billed on a pro-rata basis for tuition and fees as follows:
|Third and Fourth Weeks||40%|
|Fifth and Sixth Weeks||60%|
|After Sixth Week||100%|
If you have any questions, you may stop by, e-mail or call at (502) 863-8700.