Find Summer Assistance
The College of Arts and Sciences and all of Georgia State University wants you to have a great summer on campus. Here are some resources that are available to you as you plan your summer experience downtown, and as you progress throughout the summer term.
Dean’s Office: The college Dean’s Office is ready to answer any general questions you may have about taking summer classes. Click here to send us a message at email@example.com.
Academic Advisement: Your assigned academic advisor is not taking the summer off. Your academic advisor will be happy to help you chart your path to gradation as well (juniors: University Advisement Center; seniors: college Office of Academic Assistance).
Admissions Office: If you are not a current GSU student, you can learn about admissions options available for summer at http://admissions.gsu.edu/
Financial Aid: Applying for summer financial aid can be just a few clicks away. You may complete the Summer Application online using PAWS.
- To apply, go to http://paws.gsu.edu (or visit http://www.gsu.edu and click on the “PAWS” under the Students tab). Log in to PAWS. Then, select the Finances tab.
- Go to the Financial Aid Information Menu (section on the bottom right)
- Click on the Access My Financial Aid Information link
- Click on Summer Application link
- Click on 2016-2017
- Complete the application. Then press the submit button.
Financial Management Center: If you have questions about financing your education, please contact or visit the university student financial advisors in 227/228 Sparks Hall (404-413-2600). All students taking summer courses should check the availability of Pell Grants and university support programs.
Tuition and Fees for the Atlanta Campus: Follow the following links for information about summer 2017 tuition and fees for undergraduate and graduate courses taught at the downtown Atlanta campus of Georgia State University. Although most online courses taught by GSU-Atlanta faculty are offered at the undergraduate or graduate rate, Georgia On My Line and other fully-online degree programs may have a special e-rate.