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Money Matters

Understanding Finances

At Armstrong, we know that money matters and we’ve made managing your finances easier than ever.

Paying: What, When & How

Knowing what you owe, when to pay and how to take care of your bill is a manageable task with these useful links:

Managing & Making Money

After the bill is settled, you'll want to use your remaining money and find ways to make it grow. Here are a few handy resources:

Did You Know?

Each year more than $2 billion of financial aid goes unclaimed. To get this money for college, all you need to do is fill out one form: the FAFSA. Please enjoy the video below and learn more at formyourfuture.org.

NEWS:

Read More Student Government Association Dedicates Campus Memorial to Late Students, Faculty and Staff

(October 5, 2017) – In a midday ceremony at the Armstrong State University Student Union Fountain yesterday, the Student Government Association (SGA) dedicated a memorial plaque in memory of all late Armstrong students, faculty and staff.

Read More Armstrong Launches Childcare Tuition Assistance Program

(February 9, 2017) – In partnership with Atlanta-based nonprofit Quality Care for Children, Armstrong State University recently launched a program, which provides financial assistance for quality child care to parents who are pursuing a four-year college degree.

Read More Armstrong French Club to Host 9th Annual Francophone Film Festival Feb. 16-18

(February 7, 2017) – Armstrong State University’s French Club will host the 9th Annual Francophone Film Festival Feb. 16-18 at the Ogeechee Theatre in the Student Union, located at 11935 Abercorn St. The festival will screen five French-language movies with subtitles covering a wide range of themes and issues. All screenings are free and open to the public.

Read More Armstrong Celebrates Black Heritage Month

(February 7, 2017) – This year’s celebration will feature a wide range of events, from timely lectures to a film festival and an Afro-Caribbean cuisine cooking competition. All events are free and open to the public.

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