Bursar's Office

How To Pay

View Your Account

To view and pay your statement online:

  1. Log into the Port of Armstrong and choose "Touchnet Bill Pay System" from the Services listed in the Student Services box on the Home tab. View your term charges by clicking on the link for "current activity"and choosing the current term from the drop down box. You will not have to type in a user name and password to reach Touchnet from the Port--if the site asks for this information, your SHIP PIN needs to be reset. Call 912-344-2576 to get your PIN reset. 

Credit Cards

Credit Card Payment Online
Credit cards (American Express, Discover Card, MasterCard, VISA) may be used to pay for tuition, fees, housing, meal plans, and any other charges on the student's account. A 2.75% convenience fee will be applied to the total amount being paid, and there is a minimum amount of $3.00 that will be applied.  Visit our Online Payment Instructions for more information.

Credit Card Payment On-campus- Victor Hall (second floor)
If you come into the Bursar's office in Victor Hall to pay by credit card, you may only pay for graduation fees, liability insurance, and other testing fees. For these fees alone (NOT Tuition or Housing related charges), you may use credit cards (American Express, DiscoverCard, MasterCard and Visa).
No credit cards will be taken over the phone.


Pay Online by Webcheck
Students can pay by Webcheck on their Port account. Visit our Online Payment Instructions for more information.

Check Via Mail or On-campus- Victor Hall (second floor)
Tuition payments by check are accepted at the Bursar’s Office or can be mailed to the campus. All checks must be drawn on a U.S. bank.

Please mail checks to Bursar’s Office, Armstrong State University, 11935 Abercorn Street, Savannah, GA, 31419.

Cash Payments

All payments must be in U.S. currency. No postal money orders will be accepted. Regular money orders and cashier's checks will be accepted.

General Guidelines

The university does not cash checks for students. Unpaid accounts will be billed on a semester basis and uncollected accounts may be sent to a collection agency. The university reserves the right to apply financial aid funds and any other payments to any and all charges. Refer to the semester schedule of classes for payment deadlines.

Returned Check Policy

The university recognizes students will occasionally write non-sufficient funds checks. When a check is returned by the bank, the Financial Services office will notify the student. The university expects the student to immediately respond to this notice and pay the check plus applicable services charges. (The same applies to webchecks issued.) Fees are a minimum of $30, or 5% of the payment amount, whichever is greater.

Payment Deadlines

  • Fall 2015 Mini Mester: Oct 9
  • Spring 2016: Fri, January 8

Payment Plan Enrollment Deadlines

(rolling enrollment, options vary)
  • Fall 2015: July 24 & Aug 14 (available July 10)
  • Spring 2016: Nov 20, Dec 23, Jan 8 (available Oct 26)

Pay Online

Enroll in a Payment Plan