The Office of Student Financial Services is required to refund any overpayment to students within 14 days of receipt of loan disbursements. The Office of Student Financial Services refunds every two weeks throughout the year, as loans are applied to student accounts.
The University mandates students establish direct deposit accounts for refunds. To set up direct deposit, students can print the attached form and return the completed and signed form to 306 Young Hall, along with either voided check or memo from your banking institution to verify routing and account numbers (forms will not be accepted without the verification information). If students do not have checking or savings accounts, students may establish bank cards. If a student elects to establish a bank card for deposits, the student can visit 204 Young Hall to complete the necessary paperwork.
All accounts that are not set up for direct deposit or bank cards will be refunded via paper check. Checks will be mailed to the address we have on file and cannot be picked up at the Cashier's Office. If students use their local residential addresses for refunds, they will need to pick them up at the University's mail room.
All parent checks are automatically mailed to parents, as they do not have the option to set up direct deposit or apply for bank cards.
CHECK REISSUE REQUESTS
For any checks that are mailed, but have not been received, students must wait three (3) weeks from the date of the refund before requesting a reissue check. To request a check be reissued, a student must complete the Check Reissue Request form with the Office of Student Financial Services located in 103 Young Hall.