Fees/ Aid

How do I pay my tuition?

Announcing the new Student Online Account Center!

For Summer 2012, VSU students will use the new Student Online Account Center to:

  • Check your tuition balance
  • Pay your tuition
  • Receive financial aid refunds

Access the Student Online Account Center

To login, use the following:

  • Banner ID (this is your 9-digit student identification number beginning with '870')
  • PIN - This is the password that you use to log into Banner Registration

Online User Guide

For assistance with the system call 229-333-5725 or studentaccounts@valdosta.edu.

When is my tuition due?

The tuition payment deadline is posted on the Georgia ONmyLINE Calendar

If you have a balance remaining during the first week of class, you will receive email notices from the Graduate School about your balance. Be sure to follow up on those notices to resolve the balance and avoid course cancellation.

You may receive email reminders from the Bursary regarding payment. If you become concerned, check the calendar linked above to verify the correct date for your GOML program. Graduate students are not dropped for nonpayment until the posted fee payment deadline.

Tuition and Fees

Effective fall 2010, tuition for GOML courses is $385 per credit hour, or $1155 per 3-credit hour course. This is the same rate for both in-state and out-of-state residents.  In addition to the tuition cost, a flat institutional fee of $295 is charged each term a student is enrolled in courses. These costs do not include textbooks or supplemental materials. The VSU graduate e-tuition rate, for non-GOML online courses, is $263 per credit hour. The undergraduate eMajor and VSU e-tuition rate for online courses for Fall 2012 is $216 per credit hour. Effective Spring 2013, the undergraduate eMajor and VSU e-tuition rate for online courses will be $250 per credit hour.

Financial Aid

Contact the Office of Financial Aid for information on securing financial aid or disbursement of funds you might be expecting.

You are responsible for ensuring financial aid coverage or making payment arrangements with the VSU Bursary. If you don't pay or make arrangements by the deadline, you will be dropped from classes.  If you have trouble paying your fees or notice a problem with fees assessed, contact the VSU Bursary: (229) 333-5725.