card is
a credit card.
Students will need to activate the GPC Debit card and choose how they
want their refund delivered.
You may choose from two options:
Refund deposited directly to the student GPC Debit card;
Refund deposited via ACH to another bank account of their choice;
It is the student’s responsibility to verify that his or her correct address
is on file with the college.
The college is very excited about improving the refund process for our
To learn more about Higher One, you may visit
and for GPC’s
program you can visit
The Georgia Perimeter College Veterans Affairs Office assists former service
personnel and other students eligible for veteran’s educational benefits.
The office provides counseling and advisement services as well as certifying
enrollment with the Veterans Administration.
Eligible students should be prepared to pay the initial costs for tuition and
fees since payment of benefits do not begin until six to eight weeks after
enrollment, except for those who qualify for the Post 9/11 GI Bill at the 100%
tier. Please check with
for more
Students may apply for financial aid to cover their tuition and fee, if eligible.
Students who would like more information about applying for benefits should
contact the Office of Student Financial Services and Veterans Affairs on any
campus or visit our website,
The Student Health Center has two locations; 555 North Indian Creek Dr. Clarkston Ga.
(Clarkston Campus) and 2101 Womack Rd Dunwoody Ga. (Dunwoody Campus). On the
Clarkston Campus we are located on the ground floor of the CH building room 1210. On
the Dunwoody Campus we are located in the NT building. You can reach us at either clinic
by calling 678-891-4105.
Office visits are free for on campus students. A nominal office visit fee is charged for
online students and GPC employees. Appointments are recommended. Walk-in
appointments are as available.
Free condoms and over the counter medications are available.
Immunizations: Flu vaccine, Hepatitis B vaccine, Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria,
pertussis), Varicella (chicken pox), and MMR (measles, mumps, rubella).
Titers: Blood draw for proof of immunity includes Hepatitis, MMR and Varicella
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