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Financial Aid: Frequently Asked Questions
When is tuition due?
Tuition is due the first day of the quarter.
Is there a late fee if I do not pay my tuition on time?
Yes. At the end of Day 6 of a quarter, a $100 late fee will be assessed to the student's account if the balance is not paid in full.
What forms of payment are accepted by Dunwoody College?
- Cash or check
- Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card
- Funds obtained through Financial Aid
- Agency or military funding
How can I determine my tuition balance?
- Logon to My.Dunwoody.edu with your student ID and password
- Ask the accounting window located near the cafeteria
How much should I borrow?
Dunwoody encourages students to borrow only what they need to pay for the cost of their education. Consider the amount of your quarterly bill after grants, scholarships, personal savings or current earnings from employment. This amount is what is needed to be borrowed.
The loan amount that will be offered to the student is the maximum that is possible to borrow. Consider your financial need and reduce the amount borrowed. This will ensure a lower balance to repay beginning after graduation.
When are loans applied to my account?
Approximately three days before the start of the quarter.
May I make payment arrangements, and if so how?
First talk to your Financial Aid Coordinator to verify that all options have been explored, then speak to Assistant Dean Richard Thomson (his office is in the Pinska Center) about a plan to fulfill payment.