TJC will now disburse all financial aid refunds through BankMobile Disbursements. Visit www.RefundSelection.com to select one of the following disbursement options:
- Have your refund deposited directly to your own bank account by BankMobile Disbursements within 3-5 business days of the fund release date.
- Have your funds put deposited onto the BankMobile Vibe Account.
- Receive a paper check from BankMobile within 5-7 business days of the fund release date.
All TJC refunds are processed through BankMobile Disbursements. The TJC BankMobile account information is automatically issued and mailed by BankMobile to the student after classes begin but before the initial refunds begin.
This is not a credit card. Students need to make sure their address and personal information is correct on their student account.
For more information please refer to BankMobile, FAQs in Apache Access, or contact Business Services, White Administration Building, 2nd floor, or email at BusinessServices@tjc.edu for more information.
Students who completely withdraw or reduce their credit-hour load (remain enrolled at Tyler Junior College) by completing the proper forms with their academic advisor shall have their tuition and mandatory fees refunded according to the following schedule:
- Prior to the first official class day: 100%
- During the first fifteen class days: 70%
- During the sixteenth through twentieth class day: 25%
- After the twentieth class day: 0%
Registration fees are non-refundable.
Students who “swap” credit hours (exchange one three hour course for another three hour course) may do so without a monetary drop penalty. The even exchange applies only if the course add and drop are completed by your advisor and presented to the registrar at the same time. Additional fees may apply.
Students with financial aid who completely withdraw on or before the 60% point in time of the enrollment period may have a federally required return of Title IV calculation done to determine the amount of money the student will owe to the federal government.
It is the student’s responsibility to drop courses. The dates used for determination of refunds are those entered by the Registrar’s office when the drop slip is received and processed by them. Refunds will be applied to outstanding debts owed to Tyler Junior College. Unpaid student accounts will be turned over to a collection agency. Any cost associated with the collection of outstanding account balances including reasonable attorney’s fees, cost of collection, and court cost incurred in the prosecution of suit will be paid by the student.
The refund policy is subject to change by the vote of the Tyler Junior College Board of Trustees or the legislature of the State of Texas.
Refund of Mandatory Tuition and Fees
(8-Week/Special Terms Only)
Students who completely withdraw or reduce their credit-hour load (remain enrolled at Tyler Junior College) by completing the proper forms with their academic advisor shall have their tuition and mandatory fees refunded according to the following:
Prior to the first official class day................................................ 100%
After classes begin......................................................(see table below)
Drops and Withdrawals
|Length of Class Terms in Weeks||Last Day for 70% Refund||Last Day for 25% Refund|
|2 or less||2||N/A|
|16 or longer||15||20|
Example: 5-week course
- Prior to the first official day of class - 100%
- First 5 days- 70%
- 6th day - 25%
- After the 6th day - 0%
Registration and Late Registration fees are nonrefundable.