Students who have completed all requirements and have excess financial aid will receive direct-deposit refunds on the following dates:
Students eligible for financial aid refunds will have until September 9th to set up direct deposit.
Please note that if a parent indicated on a Parent PLUS Loan application that any excess aid was to be refunded directly to the parent, a refund check will be mailed to the parent on the check release date - September 25, 2015.
If you have community college classes that have a late starting date, some or all of your financial aid may not disburse to your account until after the late session class has started and verification of enrollment has been completed.
Consortium students who have completed all requirements and have excess aid will receive refunds on the following dates:
Direct deposit: All sites: October 2, 2015
Student Financial Services at Ferris State University sets up a billing account for each enrolled student. Your billing account will include any charges that are payable to FSU, such as tuition, room and board charges if you live on campus, parking permits, etc.
Financial aid disburses,or pays, directly to your student billing account. Because FSU bills one semester at a time, your financial aid is generally divided evenly between the fall and spring semesters - half for fall and half for spring.
If your financial aid is not enough to cover all of your charges, you will be billed for the difference.
If you have excess financial aid, then you will receive a refund of the excess.
Effective Fall 2015 semester, students are required to sign up for Direct Deposit! Get your refund FAST and SAFE into a bank account you already have. Log into your MyFSU, click on Student, My Accounts, Direct Deposit. Enter your bank routing number and account number.
For students who did not have all of their financial aid requirements completed by the first disbursement date of each semester, aid will be disbursed on the next scheduled weekly disbursement date after all of the requirements have been met.
Note: You are responsible for any overdraft fees that may be charged to your bank account. It is your responsibility to confirm that funds have credited your bank account before you access those funds.