If your total grant and loan aid is greater
than your billed fees, the difference
will be refunded to you, unless you request that it be used for future
charges, past due balances and/or other charges such as computer loans,
parking fines, late fees, etc. Refunds over $100 are issued automatically on
a weekly basis by Student Financial Services, beginning at the start of classes.
Other credit balances will be refunded upon request.
If you have anticipated charges
for the future or have a prior year balance,
you can authorize us to keep all or a portion of your expected refund to
pay those charges by completing a Title IV Authorization form. This
authorization is generally done for the entire academic year but can be
rescinded or amended at anytime. An authorization form is available upon
request from SFS.
If you are eligible for a refund but your aid has not
yet been credited to
your account, you may be eligible for an advance. Advances of up to one half
of anticipated refunds are automatically made by the first day of classes
each semester. If the posting of your aid is delayed after this time, you
must request an advance from SFS.
for Ada Comstock Scholars
Loan Promissory Notes