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Grants

The following grants will be automatically credited to your tuition and fees bill once you enroll for the required number of credit hours for which you were awarded:

  • FSEOG
  • Federal Pell Grant
  • TAMU-CC Grant
  • Texas Grant
  • TPEG

Loans

Subsidized & Unsubsidized Stafford Loans; Parent PLUS Loans
These funds are sent via electronic funds transfer (EFT) directly to the University from your lender. From there, your loan funds will be automatically credited to your tuition and fees bill provided you are enrolled in at least six credit hours and you meet all other eligibility requirements. You will receive notification of the amount of loan funds credited to your account.

REMEMBER: All first-year, first-time borrowers will have a 30 day hold on their subsidized and unsubsidized loan funds. As long as all requirements are completed, the funds will still show up as "authorized" with the Business Office.

Scholarships

All University scholarships will be automatically credited to your tuition and fees bill once you enroll for the required number of credit hours for which you were awarded.

All private scholarships (scholarships not awarded by the University) should be submitted to our office for processing so that the necessary adjustments can be made to your financial aid award. Once processed, all monies from private scholarships will be automatically credited to your tuition and fees bill.

Work-study

If you are employed under the work-study program, you will receive bi-weekly paychecks based on the number of hours you worked during the past pay period. This money is NOT automatically credited to your tuition and fees bill. If you choose to use the money acquired through this program to pay your tuition and fees balance, you will need to make arrangements with the Business Office.

For a complete listing of available work-study jobs, please visit Career Services.

Remaining Funds:

Your award funds are applied to your tuition and fees bill with the Business Office. If you are awarded funds in excess of what you owe in tuition and fees, this remaining balance (called a 'refund') will be disbursed to you depending upon the refund selection preference you selected through your BankMobile. This money can then be used to pay for your rent, meal plans, text books, or other educationally related expenses.

What is BankMobile, you ask?video
BankMobile is how refunds are processed at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. If this is your first semester at A&M-Corpus Christi, you should have received a lime green envelop at the billing address you have on file with the University.

You must select a refund preference in order to receive any refund monies from TAMUCC.

Learn more about BankMobile by clicking here or contact the Business Office.

When will I get my refund?
You can view a tentative refund schedule here. You can also log in to your BankMobile account to track the progress of any pending refunds. For further assistance, please contact the Business Office.