Students are expected to act responsibly with regard to their financial obligations. Students who are delinquent in their financial obligations to ABAC at Bainbridge will have a hold placed on their account.  Until payment is made in full, students will not be allowed to register for future semesters, to transfer their credits to another school, or to graduate.

How to pay

Payment of tuition and fees may be made with Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover Card, cash, money order or by personal or certified check at the cashier window in the Student Services Building. If a bank declines payment of a student’s personal check and returns it to the college, the student’s registration will be canceled for nonpayment of tuition & fees and a $30 service charge will be assessed for the returned check.

Third Party Billing

A student whose tuition or a portion of the tuition and fees are paid by a third party must make sure the Student Accounts Office receives a letter or voucher from the agency prior to registration. The letter must have all necessary information including the student’s name, ABAC at Bainbridge student ID number, the amount the agency is agreeing to pay, and the time period of coverage. The letter or voucher should also indicate if the agency takes into consideration other aid applied to the student’s account. The name, billing address and telephone number of the contact person at the agency responsible for payment should also be listed.

An invoice will be mailed to the agency. If the agency fails to pay the invoice, the student will be responsible for the total amount due on the student’s account.


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