Bursar is a Latin word that means “keeper of the purse”. As such, we are responsible for the safeguard of the financial operations of the law school. In addition to the general cashiering operations, this office processes and receives payments on the students’ account, is responsible for the disbursement of financial aid to the student’s account and distributes the remainder of financial aid to the student. This office is also responsible for the control, collection and maintenance of records concerning monies due to the law school.
It is the mission of the Office of The Bursar to provide the most professional, responsive and efficient customer service to the students of Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School. The Bursar’s Office is committed to making its web site accessible to all users and we welcome any comments or suggestions for improvements. All forms for the Bursar’s office may be found on the institutional forms page.
Location and Contact
The Bursar’s Office is located on the 2nd floor of the law school, inside the Office of Student Affairs
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Make a Payment
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If you are not the student and you wish to make a payment, please indicate the student’s name in the “other” field.
Checks may be mailed to the Bursar’s Office. Please include student’s name and law school ID number on the front of the check so we can correctly apply the payment.
Important Spring 2020 Tuition Bill Due Dates
NEW INFORMATION REGARDING TUITION PAYMENTS:
Tuition and fees that are not covered by scholarships, financial aid, or VA Educational benefits are due at the time of registration and no later than the last day of drop/add – Friday, January 10, 2020. Any balances on accounts, not covered by some form of financial aid after January 31, 2020 will be assessed a $75.00 non-refundable late fee and the account will be placed on a financial hold. Late fees will be assessed each month there is an open balance on accounts (not covered by some form of financial aid).
If a student account is placed on financial hold:
- There is no access to email or internet service.
- The Law School will not release a student’s official transcript for any purpose if the student has not satisfied all financial obligations to the school.
- There is no access to grades.
- There is no ability to register or be registered for upcoming semester classes.
Any student who has an outstanding balance owing from a previous semester will not be permitted to register for the current semester. Exceptions are made for students who are participants in Tuition Installment Payment Program (TIPP).
Spring 2020 Tuition Installment Program Payment (TIPP) Dates:
Tuition Installment Plan – 1st Installment due Wednesday, January 15, 2020
Tuition Installment Plan – 2nd Installment due Monday, February 17, 2020
Tuition Installment Plan – 3rd Installment due Monday, March 16, 2020
Tuition Installment Plan – 4th Installment due Wednesday, April 15, 2020
Tuition Installment Payment Program applications can be found on the AJMLS Forms Page.
***Auto-pay transactions will occur Monday-Saturday***
Parking applications are available on the AJMLS Forms page and in the lobby of Student Affairs, 2nd floor.
Student Loan Refund Request Form
The student loan refund request form for the 2019-2020 academic year is available on the AJMLS Forms page and in the Office of Student Accounts. All new students must submit this form.