Students: Enter Your Banking Information Online Soon If You Are Expecting a Tuition Refund St. Thomas Newsroom August 31, 2012 Tim Schroeder, refund coordinator in the Business Office, reminds students that paper tuition-refund checks are no longer an option for students at the University of St. Thomas. Last year the university moved to exclusive eRefunding of student account credit balances as a way to get students their money faster, improve operational efficiencies and reduce costs. The Business Office urges students who have not yet done so to go to the eBill and ePayment suite via Murphy Online to enter their banking information – ensuring that they are prepared for potential refunds of excess funds from their student accounts. Setting up an eRefund profile now will eliminate delays in getting these funds disbursed into designated bank accounts. Click here for step-by-step instructions on entering and managing eRefund banking information. For more information call Tim Schroeder, (651) 962-6607.