If you're getting more money than you owe in tuition and fees, you'll receive a "financial aid refund". After completing Step 3 - Review and Accept Award, follow the steps below to receive your funds.
How to get your money
Watch your PCC email
Soon after accepting your award, you'll get an email about MyRefunds.
Choose your refund method
Once you receive your personal code, go to RefundSelection.com to choose how you want to receive your money. Do this by the Friday before term begins, or your refund will be delayed.
Wait for disbursement
On the disbursement dates shown below, check your My Account channel in MyPCC to see refund amounts.
Get your money (it takes 1 to 3 days)
Your refund will be delivered to your account within 1 to 3 business days - see MyRefunds for more info. You'll get an email when your refund has been delivered.
Different funds are disbursed at different times. Find your fund below to see when it will be disbursed.
|Type of fund||Spring
|Summer 2016||Fall 2016||Winter 2017||Spring 2017|
|Grants||April 7||July 5||October 6||January 23||April 13|
|Direct Loan, 1st-time borrower
Disbursement for 1st-time borrowers is delayed 30 days.
|April 28||July 21||October 27||February 9||May 4|
|Direct 1-term Loan, 2nd disbursement
One-term loans are distributed in two disbursements. The 2nd disbursement is the mid-point in the term.
|May 6||July 29||November 8||February 17||May 12|
|Work Study||Funds are disbursed in paychecks throughout the term|
What if the amount disbursed doesn't cover your charges?
Tuition and fees not covered by financial aid must be paid by you - see ways to pay.
Note: the amount disbursed may be less than the amount in your award letter
The amounts shown in your award letter are based on full-time enrollment (12 credits per term). If you are enrolled for fewer than 12 credits when your funds are disbursed, your award amounts might have been adjusted. If you have questions about your award amounts, contact the Financial Aid Office.
After you receive your funds...
After you get your funds, make sure you keep your funds: learn more at Step 5 - Maintain Eligibility.