What is an eRefund account and how do I set it up?


An eRefund account is a quick and easy way to direct deposit your financial aid refund.

Refunds are sent by mail or eRefund only. The fastest and recommended way to receive your refund is to set up an eRefund account.

To set up your account

Please note: It is the policy of ICC to deduct from a student’s refund any outstanding obligation when the refund is processed. Obligations include, but are not limited to; tuition, NSF charges, institutional emergency loans, traffic fines, housing charges, etc. By law, ICC is allowed to use financial aid refund dollars to pay any outstanding obligation for tuition and related fees for a prior term within the same academic year but only $200 can be used to pay an obligation from a previous academic year. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure any remaining balance is paid in full or future services (enrollment, transcripts, credentials, etc.) will be withheld from the student. Financial aid refund checks not cashed within 60 days will be cancelled and the funds will be returned back to the Federal Student Aid program.

  • Last Updated Dec 20, 2021
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  • Answered By Lynne

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