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Methods of Payment

Acceptable methods of payment are as follows:

  • Web check/electronic check via the eStallion student account

  • Web credit card via the eStallion student account (MasterCard, American Express, Visa, Discover)

  • Check or money order via US Postal Service delivered to the following address:

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College
ABAC #42
2802 Moore Highway
Tifton, GA 31793

  • Cash, check, money order, or credit card (MasterCard, American Express, VISA, Discover) in person at the Cashier’s Window on the second floor of Branch Hall in the Office of Student Accounts.

ABAC uses an electronic billing system, eStallion, through Stallion email accounts to notify students of any outstanding balances. Students are encouraged to check their email account on a regular basis, as this is the official means of sending billing notification even after the enrollment period may have ended. eStallion provides students easy access to their student financial accounts and to pay tuition and fees. Students may also set up authorized user accounts for parents and other individuals who will be paying on their behalf. Students, or authorized users, may pay on-line using MasterCard, Discover Card, VISA, and American Express. The cardholder will pay a credit card transaction fee of 2.95% of payment amount, or a minimum of $3.00, regardless of place or time of payment. Alternatively, on-line payments can be made via Webcheck or an ACH transaction, with no additional fees.

Students will be required to acknowledge that they understand and agree to the Financial Agreement Authorization in Banner. This authorization is a legally binding agreement that explains the student’s responsibility in regard to the student’s financial account with Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.

The student receivable process begins when charges are posted to a student’s account. If the student’s account is not paid by the due date, a past due balance hold will be placed and further collection efforts will be made to collect the amount owed. If the account is sent to a collection agency, additional fees will be added to the balance due. In addition, a delinquency report may be filed with a credit bureau.