Student Refund Information.


Student Refund Information

Refunds are issued based on credits actually deposited in your student account. No refunds are given based on pending financial aid or active payment plans. If you have a credit, you may request a refund. Refund requests can be made via email to the Student Accounts Office ( the week after the add/drop closes*.  Students should also make sure they have selected how they’d like to receive their refund by completing their refund selection in the Student Account Center (only has to be done once, however, changes can be made at anytime the student chooses in the Student Account Center).

In order to request a refund check the student should e-mail from their account providing their name and Drew ID number.  The full amount of the credit on file will be refunded to the student via the refund selection made in the Student Refund Portal.

*For any exceptions related to available refunds please e-mail requests to Restrictions apply, and all exceptions are evaluated on a case by case basis. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions.

Student Refund Standards

Drew University participates with Tuition Managements Systems to provide students their credit refunds.  This was done to meet Federal Regulation as it relates to Student Refunding as required by the Federal Department of Education.

Additionally, as required, we are providing a copy of Drew’s Student Refund Contract with TMS for you to read.

As another Federally required provision, please see the information below:

  1. Total number of students with a prepaid account that were enrolled during the award year: 22
  2. Mean amount of fees charged to students during the award year: $11.79
  3. Median amount of fees charged to students during the award year: $8.29
  4. Total invoice amount paid to TMS for the Refund program: $7124.30