Office of Financial Aid

The Office of Financial aid at the Yale School of Nursing’s primary goal is to evaluate students and distribute both Federal and institutional aid in a fair and equitable manner. This is done through the evaluation the various financial applications that students submit for financial aid consideration.


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Refund update:

Student who are expecting a credit refund for the Spring Semester should note that disbursments will occur on our around January 15,2021. Student will be able to begin reqeusting refunds on the 15th but should not refunds may take up to 3-5 business days to be processed and are subject to individual banks processing times. 

Payment update:

Due to the revised Spring 2021 academic calendar, the Spring 2021 term billing has been delayed to December 1 and will be due by 4:00 PM Eastern Time on January 1. 

Yale Payment Plan enrollment for the Spring term is now open. 

uring this time, we strongly encourage student account payments be made electronically via YalePay. If you must mail payment, please send checks via 1st Class (regular) mail to the following address and allow 2 - 3 weeks for processing:

Yale University
P.O. Box 208232
New Haven, CT 06520-8232

Please do not send payments or other documents via overnight or express delivery.


Refunds for the Spring semester will be available by the first day of the Spring semester for your respective program. 

Refunds of credit balances in student accounts must be requested on Student Information Systems (SIS). After logging in, select Student Accounts and then Refund Request from Student Account.

Refund requests will be processed when the following conditions have been met:

  • Classes for the applicable term have begun.
  • Your “Anticipated Aid” has been received and credited to your student account.
  • If the credit balance is the result of an overpayment by check or an online payment, 30 days have passed since receipt of the payment.

The fastest and most convenient way to receive a refund is by direct deposit to your personal checking account (for banks located within the United States only). You can enroll for direct deposit of your Student Account refund through SIS. After logging in, select Student Accounts and then Direct Deposit Authorization. Then, for the duration of your stay at Yale, any time you request a refund, the funds will be electronically deposited into your personal checking account within two banking days from the time we send the information to the national Automated Clearing House (ACH) system. All such direct deposit refund information will be sent to our bank for the ACH system one time (at mid-afternoon) each day (other than bank holidays) that our Cashier’s Office is open. Yale will automatically send an e-mail to you each time that a refund is sent electronically to your checking account. It is your responsibility to verify the availability of funds in your checking account before you make any transactions (writing checks, etc.).