Eligible financial aid recipients may register for classes and charge tuition and fees against the scholarship, grant, or loan amount indicated on the financial aid award for the applicable semester. If the scholarship, grant, or loan amount is more than the total amount of tuition and fees, the remainder may be used for other educational expenses. A refund for the remainder of the award(s) will not be available until at least after the add/drop period has passed, enrollment verification has been completed each semester, and the census date has passed. If, after receiving a refund, a student’s class is cancelled or changed to an audit or the student is dropped from a class, the student will owe back a portion of the refund applicable to the change in enrollment.
For additional information regarding financial aid, please review the Financial Aid Award and Disbursement Guide.
Daytona State College has partnered with BankMobile (formerly Higher One) to deliver student refunds. Each registered student will be sent a Refund Selection Kit in the mail at the current address on file with the college 7-10 business days after the first registration for college credit or clock hour courses. This will allow you to select a refund preference. The options for receiving financial aid refunds include: a direct deposit to the student's bank account of choice, or a direct deposit to the student’s BankMobile account. Form more information, go to the Student Accounts web site.
Please Note: Institutional fee waivers are issued for tuition only and may not be used for other educational expenses. Any funds not used as tuition will not be refunded to the student. A Federal Work-Study award cannot be used to charge fees.