The payment due date for all students is Aug. 21, 2023. Students must have payment arrangements by the due date, or their registration may be canceled. All financial aid documents must be submitted by August 14th to ensure the availability of your award package by Aug. 21, 2023.
Students who meet the conditions below are at high risk of having their courses dropped:
- Have not submitted a FAFSA or completed the Financial Aid verification process
- Have not accepted your Financial Aid (including loans), if needed to resolve your balance
- Are not making satisfactory academic progress and do not have an approved appeal
- Are classified as international students without financial guarantee
- Have a remaining balance for Fall 2023
Submit your Financial Aid documents, accept your award package, and complete your payment/enroll in the payment plan today!
It takes time to complete financial aid processes. Georgia State University wants you to enroll successfully for the Fall term. Check your GSU student email for a notification from Student Financial Services for more information and ACT NOW. All federal funding that was available in previous terms to support students based on Covid-19 impacts have ended. These assistance programs are not available this term.
The University System of Georgia prohibits Georgia State University and all system schools from extending student credit. All students who have not joined the payment plan or paid their bills in full by the final payment deadline on Aug. 21, 2023, are subject to having their course registration dropped. It would be best if you act now. After the final deadline, students will not be eligible to re-enroll unless payment is finalized first.
Please note: The only way to get a 100% credit of your tuition and mandatory fee charges is to drop your courses by August 25, 2023, the add/drop deadline for the Fall term. If you remain registered past the add/drop deadline, you are no longer eligible for a 100% credit of tuition and mandatory fees. See the withdrawal refund schedule for details about pro-rated tuition credits and mandatory fees when you withdraw completely from the semester.
The Student Financial Management Center and the Offices of Student Accounts and Financial Aid are available to assist you despite the office physical closure. View Panther Answer to contact us.
Student Financial Management Center is using Virtual Advising Appointments to assist students with questions regarding financial aid and student accounts. Please click below to schedule an appointment.