Issuing Refunds at UD

Issuing Refunds at the University of Dallas

Each week the University of Dallas reviews student accounts for credit balances. Those accounts found to have a credit balance are flagged and audited to determine if the credit balance belongs to the student. All credit balances that belong to students or other qualified third parties are then processed for disbursement. The funds are disbursed through the UD Refund platform powered by BankMobile to be delivered to the student according to the method chosen by the student.

View our institution’s required disclosures and contract with BankMobile, a Division of Customer Bank

Funding for the Title IV programs is received by EFT. Funds received by EFT are posted to the correct student account within three days (3) of notification of receipt of the funds. Student Account Services will then have the credit balance disbursed to the UD Refund Program powered by BankMobile within fourteen days (14) from the time the credit is posted to the student account. The refund will then be disbursed by BankMobile to the student using the method chosen by the student.

UD Refund Program

UD Refund Program – The University of Dallas has partnered with BankMobile to deliver your financial aid refund. For more information about BankMobile, visit this link:  http://bankmobiledisbursements.com/refundchoices/.

 

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