Cost of Attendance

At South Georgia State College, you'll get the quality education your deserve with an affordable price. Check out our tuition and other costs at the location your attending for the 2017-2018 school year.

Douglas & Waycross Campus     Georgia Southwestern Entry Program     Valdosta State Entry Program

Paying Student Balances

SGSC offers many different options to our students to pay for their student fees. Click on the option you choose below to get complete directions. If you are ineligible for student financial aid or loan programs, you may consider the Nelnet tuition payment plan. Nelnet payment options offer affordable monthly payments, no interest, payment options are flexible, setup fees are affordable, and it's easy to enroll! To learn more or to sign-up, visit http://www.mycollegepaymentplan.com/sgsc.

Nelnet is a third party vendor who administers a short-term payment plan for students, making college tuition more affordable. Enrollment is open until the last day of Drop/Add each semester; however, to get the best payment option of lower enrollment fees and lower monthly payments, a student should register as early as possible.

Frequently Asked Questions About NelNet

What is the cost to participate in the Nelnet Payment Plan?
  • Depending on the date by which the student enrolls, the enrollment fee ranges from $50 to $70.
What other amount does a student have to pay up front?
  • Depending on the date by which a student enrolls, the down payment ranges from 0% to 50% of the requested payment amount.
Does a student have to pass a credit check?
  • Students are not required to pass a credit check; however, a student must provide Nelnet with payment information from an active financial institution, banking account or credit card, from which monthly payments will be drafted (service fees apply to Debit/Credit Card transactions).  A $30 nonrefundable returned payment fee will be charged for each payment not honored by the student's payment method.
What is the maximum amount a student can budget through Nelnet?
  • A limit of $5,500 per semester applies.
When does the Enrollment Period begin for each semester?
  • Enrollment usually opens approximately 4 to 6 weeks prior to the start of the semester.
How late is the Enrollment Period open?
  • Enrollment is open until the last day of Drop/Add each semester; however, to get the best payment option of lower enrollment fees and lower monthly payments, a student should register as early as possible.

 

More information about NelNet can be found here.

 

Student Refunds

Summer Semester 2019 Student Financial Aid Refund Dates:

Wednesday, June 19th

Friday, June 21st

Wednesday, July 3rd

Wednesday, July 10th

Wednesday, July 17th

Wednesday, July 31st