Choosing the Best Refund Method
If your financial aid is more than the amount owed to Burlington County College, you will receive a refund for the remaining balance. BCC has partnered with Nelnet Business Solutions to provide you with the best refund options available. To receive the balance in a fast, efficient manner, sign up on-line for one of the following refund methods: (1) Direct Deposit, (2) Load Your Existing Reloadable Debit Card or (3) receive a Paper Check.
Read the following information about the three options before you sign up at the Burlington County College Rapid E-Refund Link below.
If you select direct deposit, your financial aid refund will automatically be deposited into your bank account. You can choose either a personal checking or savings account, in which your refund will be deposited. PLEASE NOTE if there are any changes with your bank account information, you must go to the BCC Rapid E-Refund Link and provide updated information. If your bank account information is incorrect, this will delay your refund and you will receive a check instead of a direct deposit.
Load Your Existing Reloadable Debit Card
If you select to receive your financial aid refund on a debit card, you can have the money loaded to your existing reloadable debit card. The College does not provide debit cards however, if you already have one you can provide us with the banking information needed to transfer the money to that card.
Please check with your bank or the company that issued your card to ensure that you provide the College with the proper information. Anytime you are due another financial aid refund, your money will be loaded onto the debit card that you provided. If your bank account information is incorrect, this will delay your refund and you will receive a check instead of a direct deposit.
If you sign up to have your financial aid refund loaded to your existing debit card:
- There is no change in the fees that are associated with your card.
- There is no change in the way that you use the card.
- Withdraw money at no charge from the existing ATM machines that you currently use.
The debit card is already in your possession, so no mailing of a new card is involved. As with any debit card, you must be aware of all fees associated with the card, so be sure to read the Terms and Conditions that apply when using your card. For more information contact your issuing card bank.
If you choose not to sign up for direct deposit or a debit card, you will receive a traditional, paper check in the mail. Paper checks could take up to 14 days from the date of the financial aid disbursement to be mailed. All checks are mailed by Nelnet Business Solutions and will be sent to the address you have on file with the Registration Department. Keep your mailing address current by updating your information before the financial aid disbursement date with the BCC registration department.
PLEASE NOTE: Cash your check immediately upon receipt. If you don’t cash your check it will be void 90 days after the check date. If you need a check re-issued due to an incorrect address, you must pay a $55 check fee before the is check re-issued.
How Do I Apply?
Login to WebAdvisor and follow the steps to choose your refund method. An email will be sent once your refund has been processed.