Office of the Bursar
2023/2024 Tuition and Fees
Student account balances must be paid by the due dates listed below:
August 31 for Fall term
January 31 for Spring term
A bursar hold* will be placed on any student account that has a balance as of the dates below:
December 1 for Fall term
May 1 for Spring term
Online payments may be submitted via the ACOM Self-Service portal. Note: There is a fee to pay online with a debit or credit card. There is no fee to pay with an electronic check using the bank routing and account number.
Paper checks may be submitted in person to the Bursar’s Office located within the Student Services/Institutional Effectiveness Suite on the 3rd floor. A locked mail slot is located on the Bursar’s door for your convenience. Checks may also be submitted by mail to the address below.
Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine
ATTN: Bursar — Pam Deal
445 Health Sciences Blvd.
Dothan, AL 36303
Students who wish to pay their tuition in 4 installments for fall and spring terms should contact the Bursar’s Office to opt into the payment plan.
Fall Tuition Payment Plan
Payment 1 — August 31 — 25% due
Payment 2 — September 30 — 25% due
Payment 3 — October 31 — 25% due
Payment 4 — November 30 — 25% due
Spring Tuition Payment Plan
Payment 1 — January 31 — 25% due
Payment 2 — February 28 — 25% due
Payment 3 — March 31 — 25% due
Payment 4 — April 30 — 25% due
If a student’s balance is not paid in full by the due date, a late fee of $50.00 may be assessed.
A Bursar Hold may be placed on the account of a student who owes a past due balance. The hold will prevent the student from registering for the next term, receiving transcripts, viewing grades, or receiving a diploma. Once a past due balance has been paid in full, the hold will be removed.
Check and ACH payments are periodically returned by the bank for a variety of reasons. When this occurs, the payee must repay the debt along with a penalty, and the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine must take steps to minimize the risk of repeated returned payments.
There will be a $25.00 fee assessed for any returned check. A bursar hold will be placed onto the student account until the returned check and returned check fee have been paid by the designated due date.
A student who cancels, withdraws for personal or medical reasons, is suspended, or is dismissed will receive a refund of tuition charged for the term based on the following schedule:
*Medical documentation may be submitted for consideration.
**Calculation will be based on the first date of enrollment for the term.
Withdrawal Percentage Refunded
During first week of term — 100%
During second week of term — 75%
During third week of term — 50%
After third week of term — 0%
Students receiving Veterans Education Benefits who fail to complete the program, withdraw or are dismissed for any reason prior to the completion of the program, will be charged for tuition, fees and other charges on a pro rata basis. Charges for the completed portion of the program shall
not exceed the approximate pro rata portion of the total charges for tuition, fees and other charges for the full length of the program.
Direct Depost Form
Refunds and/or reimbursements are issued through an Electronic Funds Transfer (Direct Deposit) to the student’s designated bank account. An EFT is the fast way for you to receive a refund and/or reimbursement.
To sign up, complete the direct deposit form and submit it to the Bursar’s office. Any time you make changes to your bank or account information, an updated form will need to be completed. Please note “updated bank account” on the form.
Please share the 1098-T information and your payment records with your tax advisor to determine your eligibility for education tax credits. Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine does not provide tax service.
IRS regulations state that each student who wishes to receive their 1098-T electronically must also provide his/her consent electronically. To do so, go to www.tsc1098t.com and follow the instructions below.
- Go to www.tsc1098t.com
- Enter the site ID: 11217
- User Name: ACOM Student ID
- Password: Last 4 digits of SSN
For security reasons, you will be prompted to change your password. Enter your old password (last 4 digits of SSN) and then enter a new password. The new password must be 7 characters and contain at least one numeric character.
Once you have entered a new password, you will be presented with the online consent form. Read the online consent form for the requirements and specifications. If you agree, click on “Consent.” Once you consent, you will NOT be mailed a 1098-T and must return to the site after January 31 to view/print a copy of your Form 1098-T. Your consent will apply to the current and subsequent years. If you completed the registration in the past, you will not need to re-register.