What is negative balance?


Negative Balance


A negative balance indicates a refund may be pending on your student account after all tuition and fees have been paid to Troy University.  After a final review, a refund may be issued to you. 

If a student drops a class or withdraws from all classes within the first week of classes, tuition and fees associated with the class are 100% refundable.

DROP refers to the dropping of part but not the entire course schedule in a semester or term.

WITHDRAWAL refers to ending enrollment in all classes at Troy University in fall and spring semesters. A student may withdraw from the University prior to the last day of classes following clearance by the Office of Academic Records and University Registrar and approval of the Dean of the division in which the student is enrolled.

After the first week of classes, students who withdraw from the University may qualify for a refund only with University approval following a review of circumstances surrounding the withdrawal. 

Troy University offers its students two ways to receive a refund: BankMobile card and ACH.

Click here for more information about student refunds, the BankMobile card, and ACH.

Click here for more information about refunds associated with dropping a class or withdrawing from the University.



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