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Pay in full for Summer 2015 by June 5, 2015, to avoid penalties such as late payment fees and dropped courses. Students whose courses are dropped for non-payment will pay late registrations fees when re-registering during drop/add (the first week of school) and beyond.
Registered already? Enroll in a payment plan now by logging into the Port of Armstrong and choosing the Payment Plan option from the student services menu.
Now is the time to stop worrying about how to pay your entire Summer bill at once, and start thinking about how a pre-payment plan can help free up much needed cash in your school budget for other expenses like books at the beginning of the term. Pre-Payment plans though Nelnet Business Solutions are now available. Enroll through the Port of Armstrong by clicking on the Payment Plan link on the Home tab under Student Services. Students must enroll by plan deadlines--enrollment does not extend after the term begins. Separate enrollments are not avialable for Flex students who miss the term enrollment deadlines.First enrollment deadline: March 26, 2015. Enrollment fee: $50. Required down payment to Nelnet: 35% of total $5500 or less. 4 remaining payments. Remaining deadlines are Apr 24, May 22, and June 2. Down payments, fees, and number of payments in the plan vary according to when you enroll.
Armstrong is excited to be able to offer this common payment method to our students as a way to make paying for college more convenient than ever.
The undergraduate rate, effective July 1, 2014, is $158.00 for Georgia Residents and $574.87 for students who do not qualify for State of Georgia 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 2014-15 school year are charged at the full number of credit hours with no upward limit. The undergraduate rate is $226 per credit hour and the graduate 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 increases for all programs, including graduate programs, will be published as soon as posisble. The rates are currently available for viewing on the Board of Regent's Tuition and Fees site.