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Direct expenses (tuition, fees, room and board) are paid before the beginning of each semester. Student account information can be viewed online through YHC Self Service located under the Finance tab. Bills are typically available 4-5 weeks prior to the due date. Bills may be paid through YHC Self Service by debit/credit card (3% convenience fee will be applied) or in the YHC Business Office – during regular business hours, located on the first floor of the Pruitt-Barrett Administration Building on campus. You can also pay here. Please contact Sandy Sosensky in the Business Office at (706) 379-5119 or by email with questions.

Young Harris College requests payment IN FULL for charges owed for the semester according to the following:

The initial billing statement will include:

• Tuition
• Room and Board (charges do not apply to commuting students)
• Student Fee
• Parking Permit Fee
• SGA Green Fee



• For Fall Semester: July 31
• For Spring Semester: Dec. 13
• For Summer: One week prior to beginning of classes


• Credit/Debit Card (3% convenience fee will be applied)
• Cash
• Personal Check
• Money order


• Payment in Full by payment deadline
• Monthly Payment Plan, provided by Nelnet Business Solutions

Young Harris College offers an opportunity to participate in a payment plan through an external provider. The payment plan allows students to budget expenses over a period of time. Payments may be made by automatic bank debit or credit card.


Click here for a payment plan schedule provided by Nelnet.


All account balances are to be paid in full or a payment plan in place by the deadline date. Students who have not paid in full by the deadline will be removed from classes, lose their residence hall assignment and be placed on the waiting list.

Young Harris College requires students to correct financial issues involving financial aid and delinquent payments. When notified of financial issues needing attention, students are required to respond promptly. It is the student’s responsibility to correct all financial issues, and the College reserves the right to demand payment in full for outstanding balances. If a student does not promptly respond when notified, the Business Office can have the student removed from classes and campus housing until the situation is rectified.

Failure to pay all balances due for any semester will result in a STOP being placed on the student account. Students with a STOP on their account will be restricted from registering for classes in future semesters. Transcripts and diplomas will not be released until the account is paid in full.

Delinquent accounts may be referred to a commercial collection agency and may be reported to a national credit bureau. All costs, expenses, and fees incurred by the College in collecting or attempting to collect a past due account are the responsibility of the student.

To resolve any past due accounts, please call the Business Office at (706) 379-5119.