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Financial Aid Refunds

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Any student with a credit balance of $5.00 or more on their account will have the credit returned to them in the form of a refund disbursement check during the normal refund schedule. Any student with a credit balance of less than $5.00 on their account will have the credit returned to them in the form of a refund check at the end of the academic year.

Vermont Law School Business Office issues checks every day during the first 2 weeks of a semester. After the first 2 weeks, checks are issued on Mondays and Wednesdays.

After the first 2 weeks of the semester, when a check is issued a e-mail notification will be sent to the student's Vermont Law School e-mail address. If the student has not received notification of a refund check, the student should view their account on Campus Web. All charges must be paid in full before refunds can be issued. If a student has a miscellaneous charge (health insurance, library fine, software charge, etc) on their account and have signed a Non-allowable Charge Form, indicating "NO", a refund will not be issued until the charge is paid, or a new form is submitted, indicating "YES".

Valid photo identification is required when picking up a refund check.

Vermont Law School does not currently offer an electronic deposit option for your refund check.

If you would like special arrangements for your refund check (mailed to you off campus or deposited at Lake Sunapee Bank ONLY) please contact Accounts Receivable -


Any refund check reported as lost and requested to be reissued will be subject to a $20.00 stop payment charge on the student's account. This charge will be deducted from original refund check amount.