Methods of payment

Payment terms

All SCAD fees are payable in accordance with the applicable due dates indicated in emails sent to SCAD student accounts and posted online under payment schedule dates. These due dates apply to students, parents, guardians or any third party taking responsibility for a SCAD student account.

Students are encouraged to make any necessary financial arrangements (including federal or state financial aid, vocational rehabilitation, benefits provided by an employer outside SCAD or scholarship programs) well in advance of payment due dates.

Fees not remitted by a parent, guardian or responsible third party remain the responsibility of the applicable student and must be paid by applicable due dates.

Make a payment

Learn more about the different student account payment options for SCAD Atlanta, Lacoste, Savannah, and eLearning students. 

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Or pay online, now, through SCAD’s online student payment portal, TouchNet.

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Add authorized users to your Touchnet account

Students may add a family member or other contact to their student account as an authorized user via MySCAD. Authorized users may view up-to-date billing information and make payments through the online student payment portal, TouchNet.

Follow these steps to add an authorized user to a student account:

  1. Log on to MySCAD.
  2. Select the My Info tab.
  3. Select "My Student Account Online" link in the My Student Account channel. TouchNet will open in a new window.
  4. Select the "Authorized Users" link in the menu bar.
  5. Enter the email address of the family member or other contact and follow the instructions listed.
  6. Two emails will be sent to the new authorized user, which allow the user access to the student account online.


Pay your enrollment fee online

If you have been accepted to the Savannah College of Art and Design, you may pay your nonrefundable enrollment fee by completing this form.

Late fees

SCAD will charge students a late fee of 5 percent of the balance due if there is an outstanding balance after the published due date.

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Frequently asked questions

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