Sign up for eRefund (Direct Deposit)
If you have a credit balance on your account, you may be eligible for a refund. To receive a refund, you must log in to USCe.pay and sign up for direct deposit (under My Account) if you have not already done so.
If your bill was paid with cash, check, web check or financial aid and you are eligible for a refund, it will be deposited directly into the student’s bank account (regardless of who paid) in 2-3 business days. You are responsible for verifying that funds are available in your bank account before spending the refund.
Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loan Refunds
Parent PLUS loan refunds are automatically sent to the person designated in the loan application (typically the parent borrower) in 5-7 business days.
Regardless of how you paid your account, if you have an active payment plan, a budget change is required before a refund can be made.
If your account has been overpaid by a wire transfer, either the university will return the entire amount of the wire transfer to the originating bank or you may leave the excess funds in your account to be used for future charges. Partial refunds are not allowed.
Stipends/Ad Hoc payments for Domestic Students
(stipends, fellowships, and/or other non-payroll activity)
Domestic students who prefer to receive university issued ad hoc payments electronically can now authorize direct deposit via eRefund on CashNet. Simply login to your USCe.pay account and sign up for Stipends/Ad Hoc Payments for Domestic Students (found under My Account).
For more information regarding these programs, please visit https://procurement.usc.edu/payments/student-stipend-payments. For specific questions regarding a payment, please contact your academic department’s administrator.
Tuition Refund Insurance (Medical Withdrawal)
If you enrolled in tuition refund insurance and withdraw from USC for medical reasons, you may qualify for a refund.