Pay Tuition Fees Online
- Tuition may be viewed and paid through PC Self-service.
- Students may access this site with their Averett login and password.
- Only the student may grant access to parents and other bill payers by making them an authorized user.
- Tuition is due two weeks prior to each course start date for GPS students.
- Need a receipt for reimbursement? Email request to firstname.lastname@example.org
In person only. Take to Averett Central, 420 West Main Street, or Riverview Campus 512 Bridge Street between the hours of 8:30 and 4:30 Monday – Friday.
E-Check(ACH) – Preferred method of payment by Averett
Pay Online? Students login to PC Self-Service, Click on “Finances”, Click on “Balance” and then Select “Make A Payment” button. The E-Check payment option is FREE, easy and convenient.
To avoid a non-refundable $100 return payment fee, please verify your checking or savings routing and bank account numbers and that you have sufficient funds before making a payment. If the payment originally allowed registration, that registration could be voided.
Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express branded cards are accepted on PC Self-Service only. The Cashiers Office cannot accept payment by credit cards. A 2.9% nonrefundable convenience fee will be added to payments made by Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express credit, debit or check cards.
Pay Online? Student login to PC Self-Service, Click on “Finances”, Click on “Balance” and then Select “Make A Payment” button. Remember: The E-Check payment option is FREE, easy and convenient.
Personal Check, Money Order/Bank Draft, Travelers Check, Credit Card Check
Make payable to: Averett University
Include Student’s Name and Averett Student ID number on the check.
GPS Student Accounts
420 West Main Street
Danville, VA 24541
Wire Transfers (International Students only)
Averett University has partnered with flywire by peerTransfer to streamline the tuition payment process for our international students. With flywire by peerTransfer, you are offered excellent foreign exchange rates, allowing you to pay in your home currency (in most cases) and save a significant amount of money, as compared to traditional banks. You will also be notified via email when your payment is received by the school.
How do I receive the proceeds of my loans?
Lenders send funds from any loans you are awarded to Averett University in at least two payments. No payment may exceed one-half of your total loan amount. The lender will deduct any origination fees before funds are released.
When do I receive excess funds from my loans?
Your student account will be credited within three business days of receipt of funds from the lender. Any excess funds above tuition will be sent to you by GPS Student Accounts approximately 14 business days after the loan funds have been disbursed to the school and as indicated on your Title IV Authorization Form on file. Please be advised that excess funds are not always available from the first loan disbursement.
Direct Deposit – eRefund – Required
Direct deposit sign up is required for students to receive their financial aid refund. To set up direct deposit, students should have their bank account information handy (account and routing numbers), and set it up through PC Self-Service.
Please be advised that it may take Student Accounts up to 14 business days from receipt to process and prepare any excess funds.
If there is no eRefund account, a Refund Check Form must be completed and received in Student Accounts. The paper check will be mailed to the address indicated on the form. If paper check is returned as undeliverable, the student must sign up for eRefund to receive a second attempt at payment.
If you have any questions or concerns about the eligibility of excess funds, please contact your Accounting Representative at 1-800-948-2810.
If you must withdraw from a course, you may receive a refund/credit. When withdrawing from a course you must submit an official withdrawal form. It is your responsibility to notify your Student Success Counselor and your instructor. Upon receipt of the official withdrawal form, Averett University Student Accounts and the Financial Aid Office will audit your account, cancel any financial aid in process, return appropriate funds to your lender per Title IV Funds Regulations, process any refunds to you that may be due, and/or collect payment for any outstanding balance. NOTE: Withdrawal from a course(s) may reduce or eliminate your financial aid award. Please consult with the financial aid office prior to withdrawing from courses.
Withdrawal from the program prior to the first disbursement of financial aid will result in you owing your balance immediately.
For a complete description of the withdrawal policy, see the Averett University Catalog located online at http://www.averett.edu/academics/registrars-office/catalogs/ Please click here for Averett’s Tuition Refund Policy. Refunds can be received by Direct Deposit to your checking or savings account. To set up Direct Deposit, go to https://sserve.averett.edu/SelfService/Home.aspx.
GPS Student Accounts Staff
Rhonda Reavis – Assistant Director for Student Accounts – email@example.com
Sherry Taylor – Student Financial Services Counselor – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mailing Address: Always include student PID#
GPS Student Account Office
420 West Main Street
Danville, VA 24541