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Is there a specific date when higher one cards are loaded with refunds?

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Last updated: 11 Feb, 2014
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Please check the Owens refund website for information on when your refund will be available.

Financial Aid refund information:
Students who are eligible for financial aid who meet the freeze date and attendance requirements, and who have financial aid remaining after tuition, fees, and book voucher purchases are paid, will receive a refund. Students whose aid is not ready for the first disbursement will receive their refund at a later date. First-time loan borrowers will not receive their loan disbursements until 30 days after the semester has started.

Please note that once you see a notice on your Ozone account that a refund has been sent to Higher One; there are additional steps that must take place before the funds are available. If you are expecting a refund, you will see it on your Higher One debit card approximately 2-3 business days after a refund appears on your student account. If you have your refund direct deposited in your personal bank account, expect the funds 3-5 days after the refund message appears on your student account. The quickest way to get a refund is through our Higher One Debit Card.

If you have questions about your financial aid refund amount or timing please contact Oserve at (567) 661-7378, email oserve@owens.edu from your Omail account, or visit one of our four locations.

Third Party refund information:
If you have a Third Party, such as Veterans Benefits, TAA/WIA, or some other company paying for part or all of your tuition bill, you will experience an estimated 7 business day delay in the processing of your refund.  If you have questions about either the amount or the timing of this type of refund please email thirdparty@owens.edu as Oserve is not able to provide specific details for Third Party billing. 




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