2023-24 Billing Deadlines

The Student Billing & Payment Center provides a schedule of billing dates and due dates for the entire academic year. To avoid late payment fees, payment must be received each month by the billing due date. Bills are generally produced on the 20th of the month and due on the seventh day of the following month.

Fall 2023

Billing Date Residential Due Date Online Due Date
July 20 August 7 August 7
August 20 September 7 September 7
September 20 October 7 October 7
October 20 November 7 November 7
November 20 December 7 ---

Spring 2024

Billing Date Residential Due Date Online Due Date
December 16 January 7 January 7
January 20 February 7 February 7
February 18 March 7 March 7
March 18 April 7 April 7
April 20 May 7 ---

Summer 2024

Billing Date Due Date
April 20 May 7
May 20 June 7
June 20 July 7

Point University offers payment plans that allow students and their parents to pay term costs in installments, including tuition, fees, room and board.

There is no enrollment fee or monthly accrued interest. All previous balances must be paid before students can participate in the payment plan. Students must apply for tuition payment plans before the payment deadline for each semester and must make the first payment in order to complete the application process.

Contact the Student Billing and Payments Center at 706-385-1018 or via email at student.billing@point.edu for more information or to sign up for a plan.


Monthly Billing Statements

Electronic billing is Point University’s official method of billing. Paper bills will not be sent. The student will be sent an email with the subject line “Your Point Statement is Now Available,” which will be sent to your official Point University email address each month. If you are not paying your student bill yourself, you are responsible for communicating with those who are paying your bill.

When you view your statement, look at you student account carefully. Be sure your statement reflects all charges for which you are receiving aid, as well as anticipated adjustments in Point University aid.


Although students register for classes with Point’s Registrar, their account standing with the Student Billing and Payment Center can affect their registration. An individual who has an outstanding balance to Point will not be allowed to register for classes, receive a transcript, or receive their diploma until their account is satisfied with Point University.

Payment Methods

Point University offers the following payment methods:

  • Pay through your student portal.
  • Pay in person at the Student Services Desk in the Lanier Academic Center.
  • Send your payment by mail: 507 W. 10th Street, West Point, GA 31833
  • International payments can be made at point.flywire.com.
  • Pay through an electronic invoice emailed directly to your Point University email.

Financial Aid and Loans

All questions about financial aid should be directed to the Financial Aid Office. For federal Direct Loans, first-time borrowers must sign a Master Promissory Note (MPN) and complete Entrance Counseling. Loans will not disbursed to the student’s account until these two steps are completed. 

Outside scholarship checks from corporations, private parties, or foundations should be sent directly to the Financial Aid Office at 507 West 10th Street, West Point, Georgia 31833. Financial Aid staff will apply the scholarship amount to the student’s financial aid for the academic year and forward to the Student Billing and Payment Center for crediting to the student’s account. 


If money you receive from awards, grants, scholarships, and loans exceeds the amount you are being charged for the term, the Student Billing & Payment Center will deliver your refund with BankMobile Disbursements, a technology solution, powered by BMTX, Inc. All students are required to select a refund preference.

The Student Billing & Payment Center reserves the right to withhold any refund when the student has an outstanding balance. Point University is authorized to offset any credit balances against any debts owed by the student to the university. 

Understanding Your Bill

What is my Registration Bill?

  • This statement includes charges for tuition and fees, housing, and meal plan.
  • Charges are billed by 16-week terms. Billing is divided into three terms per year – fall, spring, and summer.

How do I find my Registration Bill?

How do I read my Registration Bill?

  • Charges
    • This includes tuition, housing, meal plan, and fees
    • This also includes any extra course fees (i.e. science lab fee, music fee, etc.)
  • Financial Aid
    • This includes awards from your FAFSA (Pell Grant, loans, etc.), State financial aid awards (Hope, GTEG, etc.), institutional funding (athletic scholarships, merit scholarships, grants, etc.)
  • Payments
    • This includes payments you make out of pocket via cash, credit/debit card, check, money order, etc.
    • This also includes your financial aid awards that have been received by the university and applied to your account.

Do I have any payment options for my remaining balance?

  • Yes! We offer a monthly interest free payment plan.
  • Online Students – 4-month payment plan
  • Traditional Students – 5-month payment plan

Where should I go if I have questions about my registration bill?

  • Feel like you should have more financial awards that are not reflected on your bill or that your financial aid awards are incorrect? Contact the FA office at Financial.Aid@point.edu
  • Want to set up a payment plan, make a payment, or discuss your balance? Contact the Billing and Payment Center at student.billing@point.edu
  • Wondering why your meal plan and housing charges are not reflected on your bill or do you have meal plan and housing charges that should not be reflected on your bill? Contact Student Life at Student.Life@point.edu

Tax Relief Act (1098-T)

U.S. Tax Benefits

Point University will report to the IRS the required information about students who were billed for at least one credit hour in any semester of a tax year. Point reports the amount of payments, which includes scholarships and grants received, equivalent to the amount of qualified tuition billed for the year and will provide to students the IRS Tax Form 1098T as required by the Taxpayer’s Relief Act of 1997. The tax form should be used by your tax preparer to determine your eligibility for a tax credit. The 1098T forms are mailed to students by January 31st of the following year.

1098T’s are available for download by clicking here.

Because of each taxpayer’s unique circumstances, Point University cannot provide tax advice or assistance related to tax credits or how to claim the credit. Please contact your tax advisor or the IRS for questions about the Lifetime Learning Credit or American Opportunity Credit.

Publication 970: Tax Benefits for Education

Financial Aid Refunds

Excess financial aid funds remaining on student accounts after book purchases will be issued when the money is received from the source by the University. These stipends will not be issued until Point is in possession of the funds.

Point delivers your refund with BankMobile Disbursements, a technology solution, powered by BMTX, Inc. Students will receive an information packet from BMTX, Inc. containing instructions on selecting a refund preference at the beginning of their first semester of study.

Financial Aid Refund Disclosures

Tuition & Fees Refunds

The last day to withdraw from classes and still receive a full tuition refund is the drop/add date for that semester. Drop/add dates for each semester can be found in the Academic Calendar. Refunds will be issued as follows:

Time of Change Refund
Tuition and Fees: Before the drop/add period ends 100%
After the drop/add period ends 0%
Room: Before move-in day 100%
After move-in day (including early move-in, i.e. fall sports) 70%
After the drop/add period ends 0%
Board: Before first meal served 100%
After first meal served 70%
After the drop/add period ends 0%

For complete information, please refer to the current University catalog for your program of study.