Student Accounts – Traditional

Student Accounts is the centralized billing and collection point for student accounts in the traditional program. We are here to assist you with any questions you may have regarding your account. Contact us

Tax Information


 To have access to an electronic copy of your 1098T, you must first provide Averett University with your consent.

1098Ts will be made available to students by the January 31, 2019 deadline set by the IRS.

If you wish to receive your 1098T electronically this year ( instead of by postal mail), please follow these instructions:

  • Log into PC Self-Service
  • Select Consents & Reports tab
  • Select Consent
  • Select 1098-T Consent Form
  • Select the box I Accept then select the Accept button

Once the form is available for printing, you will do the following:

  • Log into PC Self-Service
  • Select Consents & Reports tab
  • Select the PDF option and then the Download option

Click here for information regarding changes to the 2018 1098T

Important Information About Your Account

Please complete and return the Averett University Student Account Agreement and the Student Acknowledgement Release form.
These forms must be completed before a student can register for classes.

In compliance with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (Buckley Act), completion of the Agreement authorizes Averett to release information regarding the student account to the student’s parent(s)/guardian(s). Information cannot be released without a signed agreement.

Once a Student Account Agreement is completed, it remains in effect as long as the student is enrolled at Averett, but it can be revised at any time.

Bookstore Charges

Students are allowed to charge books and school supplies to their tuition account using their current Averett ID card. Students are allowed to start charging books 10 days prior to the first day of the semester and up to the Friday after the last date to add/drop classes.

Tuition Billing Statements

The fall semester student account statement is available in mid-July; the spring statement is available in early December. Additional statements for additional charges including bookstore, insurance, and other miscellaneous charges are available on a monthly basis during the academic year. Statements are mailed to the Billing Address on file and published to the student’s PC Self-service account for online viewing.

Student Health Insurance

Click here for more information about Student Health Insurance or Click here to waive or opt out of the Student Health Insurance Plan for the 2017-2018 policy year.

Student Technology Fees

Students pay a Student Technology Fee, each semester, applied to their billing statements.

The fees will apply as follows:

  • $150 per academic year for full-time students
  • $80 per academic year for part-time and special students
  • $80 per academic year for non-degree seeking students

The revenues collected from this fee will be dedicated to enhancements to the student-touching technology on campus.

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