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Refunds

Refund/Liability Schedule

Full tuition, activity, and material/transportation fees are refundable only if the student drops all registered courses in CUNYfirst before the first official day of the semester (not the first day of the student’s classes). 


Students who drop classes after the semester has started are billed in accordance with the published liability schedule for that semester. All fees are non-refundable after the semester has begun.

 

Note

- The complete refund/liability schedule for each semester is posted in that semester's Bursar Information Letter (available on the Bursar’s website).

- Senior Citizens who drop classes after the semester has started are not eligible for refunds of the senior citizen and consolidated fees charges.

 

 

Issuing of Refunds

CUNY offers two electronic payment methods for students to receive refunds. Electronic payment methods eliminate the risk of losing a check and eliminate the need to physically visit a bank to make a deposit. All refunds of financial aid and/or tuition and fees (except those paid with a credit card) can be issued using electronic methods.

 

Students may choose the payment method most convenient to them:

- Direct Deposit to student's personal bank account. Learn more.

- CUNY Scholar Card, a money network prepaid card. Learn more.

 

Note:

- Students who do no opt to enroll in an electronic method will receive a check to their mailing address. Students should review their mailing address in the CUNYfirst Self-Service Center. Students may also update their address at the One Stop Service Center. ​

- Students who paid through the Nelnet Payment Plan using a credit card will have the credit refunded to their credit card.

- Refunds may automatically apply towards any outstanding tuition balance. 

 

 

Direct Deposit Enrollment

All refunds of financial aid and/or tuition and fees (except those paid with a credit card) can be direct-deposited into the student’s bank account. Students may enroll in direct deposit via CUNYfirst by following these easy steps: 


1. Navigate to Self-Service > Campus Finances > Manage My Account
2. Click Add Account on the My Accounts page and enter the required account information; then click Next. *TIP: Refer to your check or bank to verify your bank code (routing number) and account information.
3. Make sure you then click Enroll in Direct Deposit.
4. Select your account nickname and click Next.
5. Read the Enroll in Direct Deposit Agreement, click Yes to agree and SUBMIT to finish.


Note: CUNY will never ask you to confirm any personal information via email. Always sign on to CUNYfirst​ to process your transactions and review account details.

 

 

CUNY Scholar Card Enrollment

Students can receive their financial aid balance, work-study or student payroll directly on the NEW CUNY Scholar Card. Your Money Network® Enabled CUNY Scholar Card gives students the purchasing power, functionality and security of a bank-issued prepaid card. Funds can be electronically delivered to the student’s Money Network® Account in less time than it takes for a check or an ACH to clear in a traditional bank account. It's fast, safe and convenient! For more information, and to enroll, visit the CUNY Scholar Card website​.


 
 

 Office Information

 
Location: Jefferson Hall - Room 200
Telephone: 718-997-4500

Bursar Office Fall Semester Hours

Monday - Thursday​ ​9:30am - 4:30pm
​Friday ​​9:30am - 1:00pm
​Tues. and Wed.
​5:00 - 7:00pm
​(when classes are
in session)

Contact Us
 

 Useful Telephone Numbers

 

1098-T Hotline: 718-997-4534


Bursar Call Center: 718-997-4500
Financial Aid: 718-997-5100
Registrar: 718-997-4400
Undergraduate Admissions: 718-997-5600 
Graduate Admissions: 718-997-5200
Bursar Information Letter
To view payment due dates, go to the Bursar Information Letter and select the semester needed.

Tuition/Registration Appeal
Tuition/Registration appeals are reviewed by the Registration Review Committee. The committee examines all documentation presented by a student seeking a relief from their registration/tuition/fee debt for extenuating circumstances. Students must file a Registration Review Appeal Form (please use a browser other than Firefox). Processing directions are on the first page of the appeal form.

Appeals are to be submitted to the Welcome Center in Jefferson Hall.
 

 Bursar Information Letter

 
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