Property and Housing Deposits
Property Deposit Refunds
A $10 general property deposit is required to remain on deposit for each student during his or her enrollment at the university. This deposit is to insure the institution against losses, damages, and breakage in libraries and laboratories. If the $10 deposit is refunded or any claim for damages is filed against the deposit, a student will again be assessed the property deposit fee. If not claimed within four years after last date of enrollment, the deposit is non-refundable. To receive a refund of your property deposit, a written request must be submitted to Student Accounts, Financial Services office after your withdrawal or graduation.
Refunds of housing deposits must be approved and processed by the Housing office. Once that office has entered your refund into the system, a refund check should be generated within a few days. If you have an outstanding balance with the university, your housing refund will be applied as partial payment of that debt.