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Financial Aid refunds are processed regularly. Most Financial Aid payments greater than your account balance will be refunded to you. Students can sign up for electronic refunds (eRefunds) and the refund will be deposited into a checking or savings account. A refund check will be mailed to the student if the student is not signed up for electronic refunds. A refund check will be made to the parent if it was created from a PLUS (Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students) payment and the parent borrower requested the refund.
If a student has received financial aid and adjusts their schedule during the drop/add period refunds for tuition and fees may need to be adjusted. Financial Aid payments made before the adjustments may need to be charged back to the student account.
Refunds are processed regularly. However, during the first two weeks of each semester/session all overpayments and credit balances will be refunded after the drop/add period. eRefunds are processed more frequently than checks.
If the credit balance is created from an overpayment made by check or electronic check, the refund will not be processed for at least fifteen (15) business days if a domestic check, twenty (20) days if an international check, to allow time for the check payment to clear the bank.
If the credit balance results from a credit card payment, the credit card will be refunded.
Refunds can either be directly deposited to a personal bank account or mailed to you. If you have signed up for electronic refunds on line, your refund will be deposited into your checking or savings account. After the refund is posted to the student account, please allow 3-5 business days for a refund to be processed. If you have not signed up for electronic refunds, a refund check will be mailed to your local address.
All Parent Plus loans which create a credit balance on a student account that are to be refunded to the parent, will be refunded by a check issued to the parent.
Signing up for electronic refunds (eRefunds) will allow the student account refunds to be deposited directly into your checking or saving account.
Sign up on line at gowmu.wmich.edu. Under the Student Home tab, Select Payment and Account Information. Select My Profiles and then Payment Profiles. Then Add or Select the Refund Payment Method.
If your parent is a PLUS (Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students) borrower and has requested the excess funds be refunded to them, they will receive a refund check.
Stop in or call Bronco Express. The Bronco Express (BEST) office is located on the ground floor in the Bernhard Center, room G09. You can contact them via phone at (269) 387-6000.