Refund Policy

Students who have a credit balance on their account with the College due to excess financial aid, private loans, tuition remission, overpayment, etc. may request to have this credit refunded to them by completing a Refund Request Form.

Students may complete the Refund Request Form online through the "My Refund Requests" section of Online Academic Resources, or in person at the Office of Student Financial Services. Students may choose to have their refund returned to them by check or direct deposit to their checking or savings account.

Refund Policy

  • Credit refunds resulting from financial aid will not be processed until all financial aid funds are received by the College. In some situations, this may not occur until the end of the semester or later if the credit is due to state financial assistance.
  • Financial aid is disbursed after the add/drop period for the last session of each semester. Once funds are received, refunds may take approximately 10-14 days to process.
  • Cash refunds will not be granted on credit card payments. Refunds on credit card payments will be in the form of a credit adjustment to the payer's credit card account
  • Refunds will be authorized for the amount requested only if that amount is reflected as a credit on the student's account.

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