Office of Student Accounts
Student Account Summary
Tuition, University Fees, housing, meal, course and other miscellaneous charges are generally assessed to a student’s account as he/she registers for classes or incur charges. Outstanding balances due must be paid by:
- The first day of University classes each academic term
- Ten (10) calendar days following the end of the drop/add period for registration and room and board changes that are made during drop/add period.
Students are notified each semester of fee payment deadlines via a variety of sources such as email, mailings of fee payment notices, campus advertising and web site http://businesssrvs.georgiasouthern.edu/bursar/category/tuition-and-fees/. Georgia Southern e-mail is an OFFICIAL means of correspondence between the University and its students. Students need to check their Georgia Southern e-mail regularly. Also, students should accept GSU as a contact. This will help ensure that the correspondences from the University are not sent into the Spam or Junk mail. If you any questions concerning the Georgia Southern e-mail please visit http://its.georgiasouthern.edu/3426/my-georgiasouthern/#more-3426
To provide students with a more timely service, individual paper invoices are not mailed to students or parents. Instead, students are responsible for checking their student account balance via WINGS and ensuring fee payment by the published fee payment due dates.
Student’s outstanding charges may be paid by:
- Personal payment – Cash, money orders, checks, webCheck and credit cards (MasterCard, Discover and American Express) are acceptable forms of payment. Detailed payment information is available at http://businesssrvs.georgiasouthern.edu/bursar/office-of-student-accounts/registration-tuition-and-fee-information/.
- Application of financial aid, HOPE or scholarship payments to his/her account when all eligibility requirements are met. Application of these payments may be viewed on a student’s account via WINGS.
If a student’s financial aid is not available to pay all fees, he/she must be prepared to pay fees and be reimbursed when his/her financial aid is available. Students are not allowed to remain enrolled in classes and receive course credit when outstanding balances have not been paid.
Further information regarding student tuition and fees is available via WINGS and at the Office of Student Accounts website http://businesssrvs.georgiasouthern.edu/bursar/office-of-student-accounts/.
Last updated: 3/4/2014