Refund Overview

The dates to drop a course with a refund are established for each term and published on the FSCJ website. Please check the dates carefully because after these dates, it is considered a withdrawal. Refunds will not be given after the deadlines. Students who withdraw from a course will not be entitled to a refund. In addition, any outstanding balances must be paid in full prior to processing the refund. Students who pay for courses by cash, check or credit card will be refunded through their selected refund preference with BankMobile Disbursements, a technology solution, powered by BMTX, Inc. For more information about BankMobile Disbursements, visit their site

In order to receive a refund, you must select a refund preference with BankMobile Disbursements. If you have not selected a preference, please log into your myFSCJ account. Click on My Finances>Student Center. Then in the Finances section under My Account, click Bank Mobile to start your refund selection.

Tuition and Fee Refunds

If a student officially drops a class during the add/drop week (first week of the session) a full refund for that course(s) will be issued to the student. Students can drop courses by logging into the Student Center at myFSCJ. Courses dropped within this period will not appear on the student’s transcript.  The last days to drop without penalty for are:

Summer 2024

Sessions A15, A12 & A7: May 13, 2024

Session B12: June 3, 2024

Session C7: July 8, 2024

Session D4: July 29, 2024

Fall 2024

Sessions A15, A12 & A7: September 3, 2024

Session B12: September 23, 2024

Session C7: October 28, 2024

Session D4: November 18, 2024

Financial Aid Refunds

If there is a credit balance remaining on a student’s account after all obligations are paid, a financial aid refund will be generated.

When are financial aid refunds disbursed? Financial aid refunds are not generated until registration is over and until instructors have completed their attendance verifications. The attendance verifications must be complete for each class that a student is registered for or the financial aid refund will be delayed.

Any refund due to the student will be applied toward any outstanding obligations before any remaining refund is issued.  In the event of a nonrefundable waiver or scholarship, or in the event of a third party sponsorship payment, the student's refund will revert back to the waiver, scholarship or third party.

For additional information regarding refunds, visit the BankMobile Disbursements Website or contact the Student Financial Services office.

For more information about Cash Management Disclosure.