Health Profession Liabilty Insurance payments are now available online!
No more having to make a trip to the Bursar's Office to pay your fee. You can now click this link and make a payment for your liability insurance Armstrong Marketplace
2016 1098-T Statements have been sent!
Students can review their 1098-T Statements electronically in their Touchnet account, for two years after registration. Your Student ID is your 907 number. Your PIN started as your 6 digit birthday. For more information on 1098-T Statements, check out our website.
Once you register for classes, your tuition and fees are assessed to your student account. Please review your student account balance once you register to ensure correct registration charges. You may also use our Tuition Calculator to estimate your tuition and fees prior to registration. Plan to satisfy your balance in full by the advertised payment deadline to avoid penalties, such as late payment fees or canceled courses. Review your Armstrong email for details.
Graduation Application Process Change
The Office of the Registrar is accepting Graduation forms for upcoming graduates. The process has changes so now you give all documents to the Office of the Registrar and when your application is complete, they will post your Graduation Fee charge on your student account. If you have authorized financial aid, your aid may be used to cover this fee. If your third party organization wants to cover this cost, it may be included on your invoice. Your payment is due prior to graduation or transcripts and diplomas may be withheld until payment is received.
Monthly Balance Statements
The Office of the Bursar has begun sending monthly account statements to all students that have a balance. Please review your Armstrong email for account balance details. Your statement will include your payment deadline and outstanding amount.
Fiscal Year 2017 tuition rates have been approved.
The undergraduate rate is $161.93/ per credit hour for Georgia Residents and $589.27/ per credit hour for students who do not qualify for in-state residency. This rate is a per credit hour rates and is valid for classes taught less than 95% online, and is charged for the first 15 credit hours only. Fully online rates for the school year are charged at the full number of credit hours with no upward limit. The undergraduate online rate is $232 per credit hour and the graduate online rate is $400 per credit hour. Combinations of on-campus and online courses are charged per credit hour with no upward limit. A full listing of all rate per program, including graduate programs, is available on Armstrong's Tuition and Fees page. The rates are also available for viewing on the Board of Regent's Tuition and Fees site.