2013-2014 Financial Information for Undergraduate Students

Undergraduate Tuition and Fees



Room and Board*


Student Activity Fee**




Graduation Fee***



Undergraduate students enrolled in fewer than 12 academic credits pay tuition at the rate of $1439.50 for each credit.

*For students living in a standard double room in a residence hall on campus with a 21-meal plan. Charges may vary for students living in a single room or Avery Glen, or choosing other meal plans.

**Due at the beginning of the first semester of an academic year in which the student is enrolled for at least 6 semester hours.

***Mandatory for all graduating students.

                              Payment Deadlines


Non-resident Students

By March 15, 2013



By August 1, 2013



By January 1, 2014






Students receiving financial assistance from the college are responsible for the full amount due by the above deadlines. Refunds that result from overpayment are made near the beginning of each semester. Student accounts that are not paid in full by the above due dates will be assessed a $250 late payment fee. Additional charges incurred as a result of course changes during the ten-day drop/add period are due at the time of the change.


Required Re-registration Deposit

Returning students must pay a $150 deposit by March 15, which entitles them to participate in course selection and the housing lottery for next year. Students must pay by the deadline to be included in the preferential group for room drawing and course selection. Payments may be made online at: http://www.agnesscott.edu/studentaccounts

or in person to the accounting office in Buttrick Hall; or by mail to: Office of Accounting

Agnes Scott College

141 E. College Ave.

Decatur, GA 30030-3770

The college accepts payment by cash, check, American Express, MasterCard or VISA. Payment sent by mail should include the student's full name and ASC ID number.

All financial obligations to the college (tuition, library fines, etc.) must be paid in full at the time the deposit is received in order for the student to be reregistered. Otherwise, the deposit will be applied toward the outstanding charges on the student’s account and the remainder, if any, will be applied toward the deposit. This deposit is non-refundable.