Delaware Law offers students the opportunity to have their refund checks directly deposited in their bank accounts, thus eliminating the need for students to make the deposit of a paper check. Direct deposit allows for immediate access to deposited funds. Delaware Law draws their refund checks from TD Bank.
If you would like to sign up for direct deposit please follow these very important steps:
Click on Banking Information located under the Financial Profile section on the left side of the screen.
Please be aware of the following:
Any incorrect banking information provided to Delaware Law will cause a delay in the deposit of your e-check.
Your e-check will be available in the same timeframe that it would be available as a paper check.
Any changes made to registration after funds have been deposited may cause a balance owed to Delaware Law, and it will be the student’s responsibility to reconcile that balance with the Office of the Bursar. Failure to do so may result in a late fee and/or a hold on the student’s record. A bursar’s hold prevents a student from viewing his or her grades, registering for classes, and receiving a transcript until the balance has been paid.
Accepting these funds while no longer enrolled constitutes fraud and the amount deposited will be due back to the Law School.
If you withdraw from the Law School, a balance may be owed that is the student’s responsibility to reconcile with the Office of the Bursar.
Direct deposit of refund checks is a separate process from direct deposit of paychecks.