V-bill is your web accessible student account invoice. Students and parents have the ability to view, print, and pay the invoice through the web.
- Who can sign up for Direct Deposit?
- How do I sign up?
- How long before I can receive my direct deposit transaction?How long before I can receive my direct deposit transaction?
- I signed up for direct deposit this semester. Do I have to sign up again next semester?
- Can I designate the direct deposit to my parent's account?
- What if my account is an out-of-state bank?
- Will someone notify me when funds are deposited to my account?
- Will you ever go into my checking account for any reason other than to make a deposit?
Part Time Studies Students
The e-Refund enrollment form can be found in your MyNova account. The link is located in the Student tab, under "Bursar Links."
Complete the requested information and submit.
How long before I can receive my direct deposit transaction?How long before I can receive my direct deposit transaction?
The setup and verification process takes approximately two weeks. When completed, your direct deposit refund would be available between 2 to 7 days depending on the semester refund schedule.
No, a direct deposit consent remains in effect as long as you are in school. Just remember that if your checking or savings account information changes, you MUST complete a new e-Refund Sign Up Form.
Yes, you must provide your parent's account information.
Direct deposit can go to any financial institution within the United States.
Yes. You will receive an email or you can check your refund status by accessing your student account on NOVASIS. When you see a refund transaction, the funds should be in your account within two to three business days. You can also contact your financial institution to verify the deposit prior to writing any checks or attempting to withdraw the funds.
In the event that funds are disbursed to you in error by direct deposit, the University reserves the right to debit your account for the amount of overpayment. The National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA) requires that we notify you before processing a debit against your account. Otherwise, the Procurement Office will not use the information contained on the Direct Deposit Authorization form for any purpose other than direct deposit transactions.