Refunds

Delgado Community College has partnered with BankMobile to deliver refunds to students. Upon a student’s first semester/session of enrollment, he/she will receive a lime green envelope in the mail from BankMobile containing your Refund Selection Kit. 

Your Refund Selection Kit will contain a unique Personal Code with is the key to selecting your refund choice. You will have the option to deposit your refund to a OneAccount or have it deposited directly to your own bank account. You must follow the directions included in the mailing to either activate your account or set up a direct deposit. Please be on the lookout for it and don’t mistake it for junk mail. Delgado will NOT issue refund checks, so students MUST use the Refund Selection Kit and/or Personal Code to select a refund preference. 

For more information on refunds and BankMobile, see Refund Questions.

View Delgado Community College’s contract with BankMobile, a Division of Customer Bank.

Adjustment of Tuition

For students reducing their credit hours or officially withdrawing from the College, all or a portion of their refundable tuition may be credited to their student account according to a tuition adjustment schedule published each semester/session in the Student Handbook. The portion (percentage) is an adjustment to the tuition the student is assessed for the semester/session, not a refund of what the student has already paid. If a credit balance remains after all tuition and fees due are deducted from any payment that have been applied, the balance will be returned to the student automatically.

Fall 2018 - Tuition Adjustment Schedule

 Term  100% Tuition Adjustment 50% Tuition Adjustment   No Tuition Adjustment
 Fall 2018 Semester Through August 28  August 29 - September 4  After September 4
 Fall 2018 Term A Through August 22   August 23 - 27  After August 27
 Fall 2018 Term AB Through August 28   August 29 - September 4  After September 4
Fall 2018 Term B Through October 17 October 18 - 22 After October 22

Refunds for Financial Aid

At the time financial assistance is disbursed, or credited to your student account, applicable outstanding charges will be deducted, and any excess credit balance will be refunded to you within 14 days after the credit balance appears on your student account. Student Affairs (including the Bursar's Office and Accounts Receivable) cannot give specific refund dates to students.

Adjustment of Tuition

For students reducing their credit hours or officially withdrawing from the College, all or a portion of their refundable tuition may be credited to their student account according to a tuition adjustment schedule published each semester/session in the Student Handbook. The portion (percentage) is an adjustment to the tuition the student is assessed for the semester/session, not a refund of what the student has already paid. If a credit balance remains after all tuition and fees due are deducted from any payment that have been applied, the balance will be returned to the student automatically.

Students must complete the drop/withdrawal process before the posted deadlines to qualify for a reduction in amounts owed. Registration fees are only adjusted if the student reduces hours or withdraws through the 100% refund period. Students who wish to appeal the tuition adjustment (or lack thereof) must complete a Refund Request Form. The completed form plus any relevant support documents (such as a letter stating the reasons the student feels he or she is entitled to a tuition adjustment) must be submitted the Bursar’s Office.

Nonattendance does not constitute withdrawal. Students must withdraw from the College prior to the stated deadlines if they decide not to attend. Students who do not submit a drop request or drop course(s) online may have a financial obligation to the College regardless of attendance.