Student Accounting Services
Financial Aid Refunds for Spring 2014
The first Financial Aid refunds for Spring 2014 will be processed January 22nd after the add/drop period has ended. Student Accounting Services will make every effort to process all refunds as quickly as possible. Refunds will be processed daily for the first week of classes and every Tuesday and Thursday thereafter. You may monitor the progress of your refund by logging into EKU Direct and watching your account balance. When your balance changes from a credit balance to a $0 balance, your refund has been processed and will be sent on the next refund date. If your refund preference is ACH transfer, please allow 2-3 business days for the deposit to your account.
2012 1098-T Forms are now available online through EKU Direct. Click here for more information.
Students, Faculty and Staff should view their EKU account regularly by logging into their EKUDirect account and clicking on “Billing Statement”. A monthly billing notification is currently emailed to all individuals with a balance due to the university to that individual’s official EKU email account. Failure to receive a bill does not relieve the student of obligation to pay by the due date. A late fee of 10% of the account balance up to $25 per month will be assessed on all past due accounts
Payments can be made by Check, Cash or Money Order at the cashier window on the 2nd floor of the Student Services Building. Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover payments may also be made online by logging into the EKUDirect account and clicking on "Make a Payment". Check and Money Order payments may be mailed to the following address:
Eastern Kentucky University
P.O. Box 931059
Cleveland, OH 44193
If a student, faculty or staff fails to pay in full or make acceptable payment arrangements with the Student Accounting Services Division within 90 days of the original due date, he or she may be subject to additional fees including collection costs, legal fees, and any other expenses incurred by the university in collection of, or attempting to collect the obligation.