Student Financial Services

The Resource Management office manages the financial operations of Georgia Military College.   Our goal is to support all GMC operations at all campuses and provide students with convenient, effective and efficient financial services.

How to Pay Tuition and Fees?
Students can pay online using an electronic check or debit/credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, and American Express).   GMC offers access to student accounts 24/7.

Click here to view your charges and make a payment.
From the GMC Portal Home page, Select- Student Finance-Make A Payment-Choose a Payment Method-Verify Amount and Select Proceed to Payment-Pay Now-Enter your Electronic Check or Debit/Credit Card and requested personal information-Select Pay Now-Continue

GMC processes refunds on a weekly basis.   All students anticipating a refund are encouraged to enroll in Direct Deposit. The electronic refund direct deposit program allows your refund to be automatically deposited into your personal checking or savings account.  The process is safe, secure, and faster.  No more waiting for the postal service to deliver your check.

Click here to enroll in direct deposit.
From the GMC Portal Home page, Select-Banking Information-Add Account-Activate-Next- Routing Number-Bank Number-Scroll to bottom of page and click I Agree-Submit.

Books and Supplies for Federal Student Aid Recipients


Campus Business Office Contact Information
Each campus has a business office representative on site to assist students.

Campus Phone Number Email Address
Milledgeville 478-387-4875
Sandersville 478-387-4918
Madison 706-752-7502
Dublin 478-410-3455 or
Global Online 478-387-4950
Augusta 706-993-1104
Fairburn 678-379-1414
Stone Mountain 678-476-3801
Fayetteville 678-379-1381 opt. 2
Valdosta 229-375-5649
Warner Robins 478-225-0005 opt. 2
Eastman 478-220-3014
Columbus 706-478-3142


1098-T Information

Each calendar year, Georgia Military College is required by the IRS to prepare the 1098-T Tuition Statement Form for each college student enrolled and having qualified expenses billed during the calendar year.   The information on the 1098-T form is provided to assist the college student with filing for the education tax benefits/tax credit deductions, such as the Lifetime Learning Tax Credit, Hope Scholarship, Tax Credit, or the Above-the-Line Tax Deduction for Qualified Higher Education Expenses.

For more information or to download your 1098-T form click here.