Refunds created from grants, scholarships, cash or check payments are refunded to the student. The refund check is mailed to the student directly from the Virginia State Treasury. Generally, students receive the state refund within 10 to 14 business days from the date of the request.
Longwood University suggests student loan/private loan refunds be processed via direct deposit. To set up banking information to be used for the direct deposit of student loan refunds, students must log into their student account through myLongwood. Once logged in, select the Student Tab, then My Student Account. Select My Profiles, Payment Profiles, enter your banking information and check the refund option. Please verify the routing number and account number are entered correctly. Do not enter the numbers on your debit card. If your bank account information changes, please remember to update your student loan payment profile immediately. Inaccurate banking information will delay your refund. If banking information is not entered and the refund option not checked, refunds from student loans and/or private loans will be refunded to the student by check and mailed directly from Longwood University.
Refunds produced from Parent Plus Loans are refunded to the parent by check. Parent Plus loan refunds will be mailed to the parent directly from Longwood University to the parent's address listed on the loan application unless otherwise directed by the maker of the loan.