Direct Deposit FAQs
Direct deposit is the electronic transfer of money into any domestic checking or savings account. Instead of receiving a paper check, the student’s account refund goes directly into any domestic bank account chosen by the student.
Yes, if you want your student account refund directly deposited. This program does not include or affect any existing direct deposit information associated with payroll for employees or students.
Refunds will continue to follow the same refund schedule. As such, financial aid refunds will be processed based on eligibility for the disbursement. After the aid has disbursed, your refund will be processed the next business day.
No, not at this time. You can add multiple accounts in the set-up area, but funds can only be deposited into the single account you select.
No. Refunds can only be deposited into a U.S. bank account.
This can occur for several reasons, including
- There was a liability offset, and the state garnished a portion of your refund.
- The bank account information was invalid.
- You signed up for direct deposit after the refund was requested.