Tuition and fees for all semesters are due
and payable by the current semester's tuition due date. To discuss your account, please
contact the Business Office prior to registration at 404-364-8302. Include
studentís name and account ID on all remittances and
correspondence to the Business Office. All fees are subject to change.
- Students who find it necessary to change
their schedule by dropping or adding courses must secure an official
Drop/Add Form in the Registrarís Office before any adjustments can be
- After Drop/Add week, if any student is in
need of withdrawing from a course or from school, an official withdrawal
from must be obtained from the Registrarís Office and correct procedure
- Classes registered for and not Officially
dropped are the financial responsibility of the student.
- Refunds for room and board will be prorated
on a weekly basis. The advance deposit is non-refundable if a student
withdraws from the University.
- The date that will be used by the Business
Office for calculation of a refund for drop/add or withdrawal will be the
date on which the Registrarís Office receives the official form signed by
all required personnel. Students are reminded that an arrangement with a
professor will not be recognized as an official change.
- Anyone who has pre-registered and decides
not to attend must officially withdraw.
- Tuition and fees are refunded according to
the schedule. After the 100% tuition refund period, room and board refunds
revert to the same schedule as tuition refunds.
- All other fees except the advanced deposit
are subject to the refund schedule. The refund amount is reduced by unpaid
Payment of tuition and fees are due by the current semester's tuition due date. Students must satisfy their financial obligations to
the University. Failure to do so will result in the cancellation of a
studentís registration. A student who has not met all financial obligations
to the University will not be allowed to register for subsequent courses.
He or she will not be allowed to receive a degree from the University. The
University reserves the right to withhold transcripts and services to any
current or former student who has an unsatisfied financial obligation to