Many current and prospective students received emails asking them to register for the Refund Portal of the Student Account Center. These are legitimate emails from the University and are related to students’ normal financial accounts.

The University is still determining processes and amounts for any credits or refunds for non-instructional costs such as housing and meals plans that may be due students from the from the suspension of on-campus instruction due to the coronavirus pandemic.

When that is determined, students will be notified separately. In these uncertain times, however, it remains important to be diligent and careful in dealing with email, especially ones seeking financial information. If you feel you have received an email that may be part of a phishing scam, please forward the email as an attachment.