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Accounting Services offers direct deposit refunds for students

November 25, 2003


Students will be able to avoid the long refund line during registration this January, thanks to a hassle-free innovation from Accounting Services.

According to accountant Donna Johansen, students can opt to have their financial aid balances deposited directly into their bank accounts. They will be notified by AP Web mail as soon as their funds have been transferred.
November 25, 2003


Students will be able to avoid the long refund line during registration this January, thanks to a hassle-free innovation from Accounting Services.

According to accountant Donna Johansen, students can opt to have their financial aid balances deposited directly into their bank accounts. They will be notified by AP Web mail as soon as their funds have been transferred.

“We did a trial run this fall with first-time freshman so that we could get all of the kinks worked out,” says Johansen. “Things have run pretty smoothly, so this spring will be the first time that it is open to all students.”

Students with credit balances from financial aid, loans and scholarships are eligible for the service. The deadline for submitting a direct deposit application for Spring 2004 is Dec. 12.

The application form can be downloaded from the Accounts Receivable Web site (http://www.apsu.edu/businessoffice/acctrec/ddform.htm) or picked up at the Cashier window in the Browning Building. The form cannot be completed and submitted online.

For more information, telephone 6285.
—Rebecca Mackey