UWG Fee Payment


After you complete your registration, print a copy of your schedule and bill. You are responsible for checking the accuracy of both.

You must pay the portion of your bill not covered by grants, loans, or scholarships.

COSTS AND PAYMENT POLICIES

UWG Distance Course Fee Policy (non-Ecore):

If the section # is 01D through 39D, these are counted as “on-campus” courses. Mandatory fees are assessed. Courses are counted in meeting the residency requirements for graduation.

If the section # is 41D-99D, then the course is counted as an off-campus course. Mandatory fees, except for the technology fee, are not assessed. Courses are not counted in meeting the residency requirements for graduation, unless the program itself has been approved for off-campus delivery (see department).

A Total Distance Course (those which meet at least 95% through videoconferencing, WebCT, or other technologies, instead of face-to-face) are marked with an N in the Section Code in the bulletin on BanWeb. The course must not have more than one face-to-face meeting, in addition to a final proctored exam if desired. The location need not be the Carrollton Campus. Mandatory fees, except for the technology fee, are not assessed. Courses are not counted in meeting the residency requirements for graduation, unless the program itself has been approved for off-campus / Total Distance delivery (see department).

For eCore® tuition information please see: http://ecore.usg.edu/benefits/

Undergraduate Fee information is available BUT make sure you scroll down to the Off-Campus Fee section:
http://www.westga.edu/~admiss/

Graduate Fee information is available BUT make sure you scroll down to the Off-Campus Fee section:
http://www.westga.edu/~admiss/

Fees must be paid by closing on the last day of each registration/payment period, or your classes will be dropped. Refer to specific term IMPORTANT DATES/DEADLINES or refer to the more inclusive ACADEMIC CALENDAR.

Information provided by the Student Accounts Office:

If you require additional information other than what is provided below, please contact the Office of Student Accounts by phone at (678) 839-4737 or visit their offices located on the first floor of Aycock Hall.

Third Party Billing

If you participate in a third party billing program for tuition, fees, and/or books and if the third party will be making payment directly to the State University of West Georgia, you should contact the Student Accounts Office prior to the fee payment deadline for the Semester in which you will be attending. We currently bill the following agencies: Department of Human Resources for Vocational Rehabilitation, Veteran’s Administration, ROTC, AT&T, Fortis, Department of the Army, Independent Living Program, Intercall, Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Georgia Association for Young Children, Trade Adjustment Assistance, United Auto Workers, Prepaid Affordable College Tuition, and the Florida Prepaid College Fund.

Past Due Accounts 

An account is considered past due after mid-point in the semester. At this point we place a hold on the student’s account which will prohibit the student from registering for any future semesters or from obtaining an official transcript from the University until the account is paid in full or until satisfactory arrangements have been made. All past due accounts are referred to an outside Collection Agency for collection after the current semester has ended and if the student has not contacted the Student Accounts Office to make satisfactory payment arrangements. If an account is referred to an outside agency, the student is responsible for paying the cost of collection to the collection agency, and the account is reported to a national credit bureau.

Tax Information

In February of each year, you will receive a 1098T for the previous calendar year for which you may be eligible to claim a tax credit. For more information regarding the tax credit please refer to IMPORTANT TAX INFORMATION.

Fee Payment Methods

This office handles fee payment and can assist you with any questions concerning payment of your fees. We accept cash, checks and Visa or MasterCard. To view the fee payment deadline dates for the current semester and upcoming semester, as well as other important dates please refer to IMPORTANT DATES/DEADLINES or refer to the more inclusive ACADEMIC CALENDAR.

Check:

Cashier's Window, Aycock Hall, UWG Campus Mon-Fri 8:30-4:30pm
Nigt Depository, Aycock Hall, after 4:30pm

Cash:

Cashier's Window, Aycock Hall, UWG Campus Mon-Fri 8:30-4:30pm

Credit Card:

Cashier's Window, Aycock Hall, UWG Campus Mon-Fri 8:30-4:30pm
Phone (678) 839-4737. You will need your PIN#. Closes at 6:00pm on the last day of each registration/payment period. Refer to specific term deadlines.
On Banweb. You will need your PIN#. Closes at 6:00pm on the last day of each registration/payment period. Refer to specific term deadlines

Mail:

Send bill and balance due or credit card authorization to: Office of the Comptroller, ATTN: Student Accounts, State University of West Georgia, Carrollton, GA 30118-4220. Payments must be postmarked by the last day of each registration/payment period. Refer to specific term deadlines. UWG is not responsible for payments received after the deadline due to postal problems.

Fee Refunds

If you are due a refund of fees/charges and DO NOT receive financial aid you should check with the Student Accounts Office to find out when to obtain your refund. For more information about dropping courses or withdrawing from the University, please refer to IMPORTANT DATES/DEADLINES or refer to the more inclusive ACADEMIC CALENDAR.

 

Note: Thank you to the Registrar's Office and the Student Accounts Office for providing the compiled information above.

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