Learn more about refunds.
What happens if I stop attending or withdraw from a class?
The government may recalculate your financial aid due to lack of class attendance or withdrawal. You could have your financial aid removed from your student account. This could result in a balance due to HACC.
You may experience financial holds if you owe a balance to HACC. These holds can prevent you from:
When will I receive my financial aid refund?
|Sep. 29, 2017||Initial Fall financial aid disbursement for continuing borrowers**|
|Oct. 10, 2017||Initial disbursement refunds received***|
|Oct. 23, 2017||2nd disbursement for single-semester Fall-only loans*|
|Nov. 1, 2017||2nd disbursement refunds received for Fall-only loans**|
|Feb. 16, 2018||Initial Spring financial aid disbursement for continuing borrowers**|
|Feb. 27, 2018||Initial disbursement refunds received***|
|March 14, 2018||2nd disbursement for single-semester Spring-only loans*|
|March 23, 2018||2nd disbursement refunds received for Spring-only loans**|
*Students receiving a loan for only one semester will receive 50% of the loan amount at the initial disbursement and the 2nd 50% as noted.
**For first time loan borrowers, disbursement is 30 days after start of term
***Contact your Welcome Center if you do not receive your refund by the specified date.
****Please do not contact HACC prior to date noted above to ask about your financial aid refund. This slows the refund process.
How can I check my refund status?
You can sign up for mobile text alerts to notify you when HACC disperses your refund. We will use your selected refund preference to disperse your refund.
What is the refund process?