NSU set to give students refunds following resident,dining hall closures

Posted at 8:01 PM, Mar 18, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-19 09:19:02-04

NORFOLK, Va. - Norfolk State University updated students and families on the status of refunds, following university closures due to the spread of coronavirus.

University officials are assessing the resources required to provide refunds for services, such as housing and dining that the students will not use due to closures.

Norfolk State University says decisions will be made by April 15.

All students who are affected by the closure of on-campus housing will be issued pro-rated refunds for unused housing and meal plan fees.

All refunds will be subject to Federal Aid and Title IV guidelines and will vary depending on unpaid balances or other charges.

If eligible for a pro-rated refund, students will have the option to receive the refund this semester or have it applied to their account to be used for future semesters.

For more information about refunds, click here.