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The Office of

Student Accounts

If you’re currently attending Georgian Court, you’ll have access to a student account through our Self-Service system. That’s where you can see charges and payments for tuition, room and board, parking permits, and other fees. It’s important to keep track of your financial obligations—and we’re here to help you understand them.

The Office of Student Accounts manages all student account information and records, including:

Reach out to us if you ever need assistance. We’re available by phone at 732-987-2240 and by e-mail at fghqragnppbhagf@trbetvna.rqh. To get additional student account information, you can also refer to our FAQs or visit us in person and speak directly with staff. Our office is located in Scully Registration and Finance Center and is open Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

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Georgian Court is committed to making college more affordable for as many students as possible. Our current tuition rates represent your costs before financial aid. But nearly all our students receive merit- or need-based awards, such as scholarships, grants, or loans. For a more accurate estimate of what you’ll pay, check your student account and anticipated financial aid amounts.



Online Payments

Our e-billing platform, Self-Service, makes it easy to pay bills charged to your student account. Anticipated balances (charges minus anticipated aid) are due three weeks prior to the start of each semester.

Here’s how you can make online payments:

To pay offline by check or money order, either visit us in person or mail your payments to Georgian Court University, Attn: Student Accounts, 900 Lakewood Ave., Lakewood, NJ 08701.

We also offer monthly payment plans through Nelnet, which costs $52 per semester. Enroll today to register your account and get started.

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Things To Know About Your

Student Account

Get more information about everything related to Georgian Court student accounts, including our policies and procedures for billing, payments, and refunds. Learn how to view and pay your bills, how financial aid disbursement and tuition reimbursement work, how course withdrawals affect your student finances, and much more.

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Student IDs work as library cards and give you access to dorms, meal plans, and GCU campus facilities. You can request an ID starting from August 16 for fall enrollment or January 6 for spring enrollment. Simply fill out an online form.

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All Lakewood students automatically pay for parking, but you’ll need to register your car through Self-Service and get a hangtag. Don’t need a parking space? To reverse your parking fees, you can also choose to decline on-campus parking privileges.

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If you’re a full-time undergraduate or graduate student, you can get a 25% discount on already discounted monthly passes for NJ TRANSIT bus, rail, and light rail systems. Log in to Self-Service and search for “Student Links” to get started.



Each student will have an account, which includes charges/payments for tuition, fees, room and board, parking permits and fines, as well as any other charges from the university.

You can get your bill in Self-Service or stop by our office. We mail the first statement of the semester to the home address on file. Payments are still due by our scheduled due dates, even if you didn’t receive a bill.

From Self-Service, log in with your GCU ID and password.

  1. Select the Finances tab.
  2. Select the Statement/Payment menu item.
  3. You’ll automatically be directed to a web site called CASHNet.
    • You can view your e-bills under the section titled View Bill.
    • Choose the Statement you want to display.
    • Select View.
  4. Click on the link “Click Here to Make a Payment” under the section titled Your Account.
  5. Click on Account Balance.
  6. Enter the Amount you’re paying.
  7. Click on Add to Shopping Cart.
  8. Click Checkout.
  9. Select your method of payment.
    • You’ll be charged a 2.75% service fee for using a debit/credit card.
    • There’s no fee if you select Electronic Check. You’ll need your account and routing number to complete this transaction.
    • CASHNet will inform you of the total fee prior to the completion of the transaction. You can then choose to Cancel the Transaction, Review Your Charges, or Continue Checkout.
  10. Click on the box to Acknowledge and Accept the service charge.
  11. Click Continue Checkout.
  12. Review your order and then click Submit Payment.
  13. You’ll receive an e-mail confirmation to your Georgian Court e-mail account.

Parents or authorized users only have access to make a payment or view payment history and/or the balance on your student account. They do not have access to financial aid, grades, or other online student information.

  1. Select Parent Pins menu item.
  2. Select Add New.
  3. Set up a Pin for this person.
  4. Choose if user should Log In.
  5. Choose permission for user to receive E-mailed Bills.
  6. Click Continue.

CASHNet is a vendor used by Georgian Court University that enables students to pay student account charges online. Through CASHNet Self-Serve, students and authorized payers will receive eBills and make ePayments directly online. This system simplifies the payment process by allowing payments to be made at any time from any location with Internet access.

It’s your responsibility to monitor your student account regularly. Changes may occur to your bills or financial aid that require your attention, even after financial aid awards get disbursed. You can view your student account at any time by going to Self-Service.

  1. Log in with your GCU ID and password.
  2. Select the Finances tab.
  3. Select the Balance menu item. This tab defaults to your cumulative balance, including all charges/payments in your history.
  4. Choose the Term you wish to view.
  5. Select Detail by Charges and Credits.
  6. Select Change.
  7. View your balance.

Tuition is due three weeks prior to the start of class. After that, a $55 late fee may be charged. Whether or not you receive a physical bill, you’re expected to make payments by the due date. We encourage you to check your student account online for billing and payment updates.

We accept cash, checks, money orders, and cashier’s checks. Checks must be made out to Georgian Court University. The student’s name and student ID number must appear on the check. Payments by electronic check and debit/credit card are done online through Self-Service. All debit/credit card payments will be charged a convenience fee of 2.75%. We do not accept debit/credit card payments in person.

Nelnet is the only authorized interest-free payment plan offered by GCU, which has a $52 enrollment fee per semester. All payment plans must be set up before the due date of your bill. If your Nelnet contract is not enough to cover your GCU bill, you must pay the difference directly to the university by the scheduled due date. For more details or to set up your payment plan, call 1-800-609-8056 or log on to

Yes, a $55 late fee may be applied if a payment isn’t received by the due date on your bill. No late fee will be charged if you’re using the Nelnet payment plan or have made arrangements through our office.

Your student has to complete the Student Disclosure Form and specify what types of education records they’d like to release. This allows us to share information from the Office of Financial Aid, Student Accounts, or the Registrar with a parent or other adult.

Below, you’ll find some of the fees that make up student bills.

  • Comprehensive Fee: This mandatory fee covers many things, including use of the library; ID card; student handbook/planner; lectures; cultural and social functions; student publications; Academic Development and Support Center workshops; IT costs; e-mail costs; Self-Service usage; and reduced rates for university-sponsored trips.
  • Off-Campus Student Comprehensive Fee: This mandatory fee covers use of the library, including electronic resources; ID card; charges associated with off-campus locations, including rental fees, insurance, security, and technology usage; IT costs; e-mail costs; and Self-Service usage.
  • Parking Fee: All students are billed a parking permit fee. If you don’t have a car or won’t be parking on campus, you may waive this fee. To obtain a parking permit or waive the parking fee, visit Self-Service and select Student Links to find the GCU Parking Registration Form.
  • Graduation Fee: There’s a graduation fee of $165 whether you attend the ceremony or graduate in absentia. This fee covers the cost of the final degree audit, the diploma, the Commencement ceremony, and graduation regalia.
  • Accident Insurance: All full-time students are required to have mandatory accident insurance.
  • Orientation Fee: This is a mandatory fee for all new, full-time first-year and transfer students.
  • Class Dues
  • Student Activity Fee

A book voucher is a credit based on the amount of financial aid on your account. If your financial aid monies exceed the amount that you owe, there will be a credit amount on your bill. You can obtain a book voucher from our office, and you may use this credit amount to purchase your school books.

Anticipated aid is your projected aid as of the beginning of the semester that will be credited to your account after the drop/add period. The Office of Financial Aid will e-mail your GCU address for missing items that may affect your aid. Please check your GCU e-mail daily.

Anticipated aid is listed on your bill. If you have questions regarding your awards, contact the Office of Financial Aid at 732-987-2253. They will e-mail your GCU address for missing items that may affect your aid. Please check your GCU e-mail daily.

We charge all students a parking fee. You must register your car to receive the required hangtag. If you’re not going to use on-campus parking and want to opt out, you must do so within the first month of the semester to avoid any charges. You can register for a parking permit or waive the parking fee by using Self-Service. Look under Student Links and scroll to the Parking Registration Form.

If your employer offers tuition reimbursement, you must submit a letter (using company letterhead) that confirms your eligibility and your company’s reimbursement policy. This letter needs to be handed in at the start of the semester in order to avoid any late fees. In addition, any fees or partial payments that you’re responsible for must be paid by the current due date to avoid any billing holds.

The only portion of the bill deferred through tuition reimbursement is the amount due from the company. If you need proof of payment for company reimbursement, you can contact us or log in to Self-Service to print a statement showing your account is paid in full. (Please note that our office doesn’t have access to grades. You can make grade requests through the Office of the Registrar or via Self-Service.)

You must have no balance in order to register for future classes. If you have a balance during registration time, your account will be placed on a billing hold to prevent you from registering. This also means you won’t be able to receive grades or transcripts.

Review your student account on Self-Service to make sure no balance is due. The only way to remove a billing hold is to make a full payment of your balance. Contact us at fghqragnppbhagf@trbetvna.rqh if you have further questions.


Scully Registration and Finance Center
900 Lakewood Avenue
Lakewood, NJ 08701
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Contact Information
Phone: 732-987-2240
E-mail: fghqragnppbhagf@trbetvna.rqh

Office of Student Accounts Hours
Monday-Friday: 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed