If your account has a negative balance (or an overage), and credited funds have been received, we would issue you a refund. Refunds occur when your credits outweigh your charges. Note: financial aid funds are generally received mid to late semester.
By setting up an eRefund account, you can receive a refund generally two weeks earlier than if you were to wait by mail. You can have the direct deposit go in a checking or savings account.
To set up an eRefund, log on to your myFramingham account. Once on the home page, click the down arrow under "Account Information" and select the first option, "Review Charges and Account Details." When the billing home page loads, select the "eRefunds" tab. myFramingham would then prompt you to enter the appropriate information.
If you intend to receive the refund by mail, inform the Office of the Registrar of any address changes. If you move and you do not update your address with FSU, you may not receive the refund check and will have to wait for a second one to be issued. Click here for the Biographic Data Change Form. (If you do not receive an expected refund, please contact us so we can issue a second refund check.)