Beginning in mid-October, Tarrant County College will partner with Higher One®, to bring a new method for receiving refunds to all Tarrant County College students.
During the week of Sept. 24, 2012, look for the bright green envelope from Higher One! Once it arrives, you'll simply use the card inside to make a choice on how you would like to receive your refund. Just choose one of the following options--open a Higher One checking account; use an existing bank account; or request a paper check. Choose the option that's best for you, and be sure to get started as soon as it arrives!
Remember, even if you are not currently expecting a refund, TCC may have refund money for you in the future, so don't wait.
Be sure we have your current address on file in WebAdvisor. Please note: due to high volume, address changes may not appear in WebAdvisor for up to three weeks. Please do not resubmit if you don't see your new address...wait a few weeks and check again.
It means more choices for receiving your Financial Aid and other student refunds from TCC! The TCC Choice Card allows flexibility in receiving refunds. Even if you wish to continue to receive funds in the same way you do now, you must log into the website that will be provided with your new TCC Choice Card and select an option.
All refunds processed on or after October 12, 2012 will be paid based on the refund option selected. Until then, the current refund process will continue as is.
Although the card may be used as a debit card, in order to not incur fees, you must swipe your card as a credit card and sign your name, rather than use a PIN.
This new service with Higher One will provide you with more choices in how you receive and manage your refund- including full service checking account options, a debit MasterCard and much more.
Make sure we have your current mailing address, no matter which option you choose! Here's how:
Be sure to update your address with the US Postal service as well to avoid delays.
Learn more about the all-new TCC Choice Card arriving soon.
Updated September 27, 2012