Refunds and Tuition Refund Plan

How Refunds Are Processed

Title IV Credit Balances
Credit balances created by Title IV financial aid are refunded within fourteen (14) calendar days after the funds are disbursed onto the student account. These refunds are automatically refunded to the student or borrower. However, if the student would like the Title IV credit balance to be applied to future charges within the academic year, the student will need to fill out and return the Credit Balance Authorization form to the Bursar’s Office. Please complete, sign and date the Credit Balance and Authorization Form and return to the Bursar’s Office. The credit balance authorization will remain in effect until the end of the academic year, unless rescinded per request. In any case, all credit balances will automatically be refunded at the end of each academic year. 
 
Non-Title IV Credit Balances

Credit balances not created by Title IV financial aid may be refunded at any time. Please download and complete the Refund Request Form to expedite your refund

Email or mail the refund request form to: 
Fisher College 
Attn: Bursar Office - Refund 
118 Beacon Street 
Boston, MA 02116 
Email: bursar@fisher.edu 

Refund Procedure for All Credit Balances

Fisher College utilizes BankMobile as our servicer for all credit balance refunds. Please be sure to visit – www.refundselection.com  and choose your refund preference. BankMobile will return the funds via the student’s preferred choice (Deposit to an Existing Account, Deposit to a BankMobile Vibe Checking Account, Paper Check Delivered by USPS). If you do not have a Personal Code, please contact the Bursar’s Office and we will provide one for you. By choosing your preference, this will ensure that all refunds are received as quickly as possible. If you do not choose a preference, a refund check will automatically be mailed out to the mailing address you have on file on your My Fisher account. Please review your My Fisher mailing address to ensure accuracy. 
 
For assistance, students can contact the BankMobile Customer Care team by calling 1-877-327-9515 or visiting https://bankmobilevibe.com/contact-us.

Contact

Kevin Kelly
Associate Bursar
T: 617-236-5402
 
Kristen Martinez
College Bursar 
T: 617-236-5400
 
Bradley Mish
Associate Bursar
T: 617-236-5404
 
Office of the Bursar 
1 Arlington Street
Boston, MA 02116
T: 617-236-5403
F: 617-236-5401
 
Hours
Monday-Friday
8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
 

Tuition Refund Plan

As a supplement to the University Refund Policy, we are pleased to offer an additional Tuition Insurance program through Liberty Mutual Insurance. The plan supplements the university refund schedule, and provides 100% coverage throughout the entire term. If you withdraw from classes due to illness, injury, mental health issues, unforeseen loss of life or any other eligible reason, the plan will ensure that you receive 100% of your insured tuition, room and board, and some fees.
 
How to Enroll: You can purchase a customizable insurance policy for your chosen insured amount and time period (semester or year) directly on the Liberty Mutual website at a cost of ~1% of the insured amount. You must purchase a policy prior to the first day of classes.
 
International and study abroad students are also eligible for Tuition Insurance. Study Abroad students must purchase a policy prior to the first day of classes at the foreign university.
 
Learn more at: www.libertymutual.com/fishertuition
 
Questions? Email tuitioninsurance@libertymutual.com and receive a response in 1 business day. 
 

Insurance Claims Forms:
 
Tuition Insurance Claim: Physician Claims Form School Claims Form

Frequently Asked Questions

I have a question about my student account. Who should I contact?

We encourage you check your Student Billing Statement on your MyFisher account.  You may email (bursar@fisher.edu), call (617-236-5403), or stop by the Bursar Office (1 Arlington - 3rd Floor) with any questions. We will help clarify information on your student account.

Should I make a payment even if I didn't receive a bill?

All tuition and fees are reflected on the Student Billing Statement on your MyFisher account. Students are obligated to pay tuition and fees whether they receive a bill or not.  

What date must my student account be satisfied by?

Undergraduate students must have their account satisfied by August 1 for the Fall semester and January 1 for the Spring semester. Students enrolled in a Graduate or Professional Students must have their accounts satisfied at the point of registration.

How can I edit or change the billing address attached to my account?

Please contact the Bursar Office by e-mail at bursar@fisher.edu or call 617-236-5403.

Why am I charged for Student Health Insurance?

Massachusetts' regulations state students enrolled at least 75% of full-time credits are required by law to have health insurance. To ensure compliance, all students enrolled in at least 75% of full-time credits are automatically enrolled in and billed for the Student Health Insurance Plan. Undergraduate and graduate students may waive the Student Health Insurance Plan by submitting an online waiver form confirming comparable coverage by the deadline.  An insurance waiver must be completed at the start of each academic year. Contact Health Services with any questions.

Am I eligible for a refund? How I receive my refund?

If your Financial Aid exceeds your tuition and fees, you may be eligible for a refund. Credit balances created by Title IV financial aid are refunded within fourteen (14) calendar days after the funds are disbursed onto the student account. These refunds are automatically refunded to the student or borrower.

Fisher College utilizes BankMobile as our servicer for all credit balance refunds. Please visit the BankMobile website – www.refundselection.com and choose your refund preference. BankMobile will return the funds via the student’s preferred choice (Deposit to an Existing Account, Deposit to a BankMobile Vibe Checking Account, Paper Check Delivered by USPS).