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Spring 2021 invoices are due and payable immediately via Student Finance. How to Make a Payment.

Offices will be closed Monday, January 18, 2021 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

To help prevent the spread of Coronavirus, all in person visits are by appointment only. Please email studentaccounts@coastal.edu to schedule a teleconference or in person appointment with a staff member or call (843)-349-2159 Monday through Friday, 8:30AM - 5:00PM. We appreciate your patience and understanding. Due to high call and email volume, we ask that you do not leave multiple messages as this will delay our response.

There is still time to make payment arrangements by setting up a payment plan. The first payment is due upon set up of the payment plan along with a $50 fee. Information and due dates can be found at coastal.edu/studentaccounts/paymentplan.

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Important Student Accounts Dates

Semester
Invoice
Available

Payment Arrangement
Due

Classes
Begin

Initial FA
Settlement
Refunds Begin

Fall 2020 July 6 Aug. 3 Aug. 19 *Sept. 4
Spring 2021 Nov. 23 Dec. 18 Jan. 19 *Feb. 5
May 2021 April 5 May 3 May 10  
Summer I 2021 April 9
June 1 June 7  
Summer II 2021 April 16
July 5 July 12  
 
* Date is subject to change.

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  • Baxley Hall 127
    100 Chanticleer Drive East
    Conway, S.C. 29526
  • 843-349-2159
    843-349-2882 (fax)
  • studentaccounts@coastal.edu
  • Mailing Address
    P.O. Box 261954
    Conway, S.C. 29528-6054
  • Office Hours
    Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Important Tax Information

Form 1098-T is necessary for persons who wish to utilize Educational Tax Credits. Form 1098-T will be available by Jan. 31 to students who meet the IRS reporting requirements. If you don't have a SSN/ITIN on file with the University please update immediately with the Registrar’s Office.

Form 1098-T can be accessed through WebAdvisor.

Receipt of a Form 1098-T does not establish eligibility for certain educational tax credits. Students should consult a tax advisor to determine eligibility. Contact the Tax Office for any questions or concerns by March 1th.

For more information on Educational Tax Credits and Form 1098-T please view our 1098-T FAQ page.