Refunds are processed by the Office of the Bursar when a student has resolved all financial obligations against their University debts, and their student account reflects a credit balance. Refunds are processed after the student’s account reflects a credit balance. It is the student’s responsibility to inform Office of the Bursar of any changes to their address.
Students have three options for receiving refunds through BankMobile Disbursements: electronic deposit to another bank account; electronic deposit to a BankMobile Vibe account; or paper check delivered by the United States Postal Service. When a refund is payable to a parent or third party, the refund will be issued by paper check.
Through the Wildcat Web located on the University’s website, students have access to review their charges, financial aid, payments, credit balances, refunds issued, and/or any balances that may be due. If a student visits the Office of the Bursar and requests information about their student account, the student must present their student identification or another form of picture identification.
With the exception of federal Parent Plus loans where the parent has not provided written authorization to refund the loan to the student, to the extent that funds paid to Bethune-Cookman University on behalf of the student exceed the total amount of tuition, fees and other expenses due from the student, Bethune-Cookman University will refund such excess payments (excluding any non-refundable financial aid) directly to the student, regardless of whether any funds were paid by the student, the student’s parents or any other third party.; Bethune-Cookman University assumes no responsibility for remitting such excess payments to any person other than the student.