Failure to read these policies, terms, and conditions does not exclude students from the requirements and regulations stated herein.
Students may view their attendance status at the beginning of the semester through MyWS.
Students may currently "create a refund profile" through MyWS to receive their refund electronically (direct deposit).
To create a refund profile:
At the time when a check cycle is executed, students who have created a refund profile will have their refunds processed electronically. For students who have not created a refund profile, their refund will be issued in a paper check and mailed to their permanent home address on file in Admissions. Once a refund has been disbursed (electronically or check), students are notified electronically through Senators Mail (not eLearn). Students are encouraged to monitor their Senators Mail regularly.
WSCC receives notification from a financial institution if a direct deposit is returned for any reason such as closed account. Upon notification, the Cashier's Office performs the following steps:
To receive future funds via direct deposit, a student must create a new refund profile with current, accurate account information.
Note: WSCC staff does not have access to student bank account information.
Checks returned to WSCC by the U. S. Postal Service as undeliverable and no forwarding address will receive an e-mail notification through Senators Mail. Checks not disbursed within 10 business days are voided.
A lost check may be reissued after 14 business days (excluding holidays) upon presenting an Indemnity Bond (completed, signed, and notarized) to the Morristown Cashier's Office. Upon receipt of the Indemnity Bond, the Cashier's Office will place a stop payment on the lost check and submit a check request for a reissue. The reissued check will be mailed.
Print an Indemnity Bond or pick one up from any campus Cashier's Office.
These policies are implemented in accordance with the United States Department of Education's federal guidelines governing Title IV aid, 34 CFR 668.21 and 668.22, as well as state and institutional policies.
All Title IV aid recipients are subject to these refund/repayment policies. All other aid recipients are subject to the policies of the appropriate governing agency. Financial aid recipients are required to notify the Financial Aid Office (FAO) of changes in enrollment due to canceled classes, official withdrawals, and/or ceased attendance.
Students are awarded Title IV assistance under the assumption that the student will attend the entire period for which assistance is awarded. If a student withdraws officially, unofficially (ceases attendance in all registered courses for a period of enrollment without completing the official withdrawal process), or never attends, they may no longer be eligible for the amount of aid originally awarded or disbursed.
Unofficial withdrawal occurs when a student ceases attendance in all registered classes for a specified term and who does not complete the official withdrawal procedures as defined in the Walters State Community College Catalog/Student Handbook under "Admissions and Records", subtitle "Withdrawals and Honorable Dismissals". The withdrawal date determined for unofficial withdrawals is the last date of attendance as reported by instructors electronically.
Funds are repaid in the following order:
All unearned funds for which a student received assistance will be returned in full before any monies will be refunded to the student.
Receive text messages concerning your bill or refund.
Add your mobile phone information to your bill payment suite profile by following these steps: