Disbursement and Refunds for Winter Quarter and Spring Semester

Winter Quarter:
The winter quarter portion of your financial aid is scheduled to pay to your DU student account on December 24. The Bursar’s Office will process refunds 2-3 business days later, which means those students who have signed up for direct deposit should get their refund around December 29.

Spring Semester:
Financial aid will pay to DU student accounts on January 1 for law students. If you have signed up for direct deposit, you should receive your refund around January 4.

Requirements for Disbursement:
All financial aid requirements must be satisfied in order for your financial aid to pay on time. Not sure if you’ve completed everything? Look at the “Student” tab of webCentral under “Financial Aid Requirements.”¬†¬†Items with a red flag need attention.

Additionally, you must be enrolled at least half-time for all of your Federal financial aid to pay (6 credits for undergraduates; 4 credits for graduate students). However, many types of institutional aid require full-time enrollment in order to remain eligible. Check the Office of Financial Aid website for more information.

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One Response to Disbursement and Refunds for Winter Quarter and Spring Semester

  1. Tonya says:

    Should webCentral reflect our refund? I have not received anything. All of my financial aid requirements are showing satisfied. However, webCentral is not even showing that a payment has been made to my account. I am worried that payments were not made on my account on 12/24/12 as nothing is reflected in webCentral.

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