Armstrong State University is now Georgia Southern University. For information about Fall 2018 and beyond, visit Current Armstrong students (spring and summer 2018) can continue to access information through For details about the consolidation, visit
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Financial Aid

Due to the consolidation, the last day to submit documents or request federal financial aid for Summer 2018 is June 15th. This applies to Armstrong campus students.

If you plan to attend Fall 2018/Spring 2019/Summer 2019 and need assistance paying for your educational expenses please complete the 2018-2019 FAFSA, available online October 1, 2017 at

ATTENTION: During this transition, you should INCLUDE BOTH SCHOOL CODES when completing your FAFSA:

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For a quick tutorial on how to complete your FAFSA please follow this link here:

The Office of Financial Aid is dedicated to helping each student find the best ways to fund the exceptional educational opportunities available at Armstrong.  As a result, more than 85% of our students receive some form of financial aid — from scholarships to grants, loans and work-study opportunities. Our experienced financial aid team is here for you and because of you!

This website will help you to explore the many options available, and our counselors will help you through every step of the process. Whether you are navigating the application for the first time or looking for help with renewal each year, we’re here to help you make the best decisions. Please contact us with questions or concerns.

Processing Timeline

Explore Opportunities

We’re here to help you identify and take full advantage of the financial aid offerings that best match your individual needs. There are many options to explore.

Apply for Aid

Whether you are a new or returning student or a parent partnering in the process, the step-by-step guide here is a valuable resource.

Your Financial Aid

Needless to say, understanding the details of your aid package is very important. See how it all works in this section so you can complete the process accurately and on time.