For students, credits will be posted to your student account and follow regular refund guidelines through the Student Financial Services (Bursar) Office here uccs.edu/bursar/refunds.
For employees, credit cards will be refunded back to the card on file. Cash and check payments will be issued by check.
For all credit cards that can’t be refunded (often because a card is reported as stolen or lost), a check will be issued to that student or employee.
Commuter students will receive credit for half of their spring semester permit.
Students in residence halls will receive credit for the unused portion of their parking permit (¼ of the annual cost).
Employees in payroll deduction: Payroll deduction is suspended until further notice
Employees who paid by cash, check or credit card: Refunds will be issued for the unused portion of the permit from March 16 through August 7.
For additional Parking & Transportation information, you can visit the PTS website here.
Residence Life & Housing Refunds
A housing credit will be added to your spring semester student account by the end of day Monday, March 30. This amount will be prorated based on the move out date of March 23. Any housing deposits, as well as damage charges, will be applied to the credit amount.
Once these credits have been applied, you will receive an email notifying you of the change. You can view all account details online in your myUCCS portal at any time under Student Financials (Bursar) > View Your Balance. These credits will first apply to any outstanding balance on your student account, then remain on your account through the fall 2020 semester census date (Sept. 10, 2020). If there is a credit balance left on your account, you will receive this as a refund after Sept. 10, 2020.
For all graduating seniors, you will need to complete the COVID-19 Refund Request form . Once this form has been completed, the credit will be returned to you in the form of a refund. For refund methodology, please refer to uccs.edu/bursar/refunds.
For students with extenuating circumstances that wish to request a refund, you will need to fill out the COVID-19 Refund Request form. Your request will be reviewed, and you will be notified via email of the decision. For refund methodology, please refer to uccs.edu/bursar/refunds.
For students with an outstanding financial need, please contact Student Financial Services at email@example.com.
If you have any questions, please email the Student Financial Services Office at firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to include your full name and student ID information.
What about other refunds at this time?
Each issued refund goes through a complicated decision-making process. New updates will be added on this page as soon as decisions are made.