Direct deposit is the electronic transfer of any excess financial aid, stipends, cash payment, or other student account credits directly into your bank account. By transferring funds electronically, there is no need for a printed check.
You will get your money faster and you won’t have to stop at the bank to deposit your check. Direct deposit also eliminates the risk of a lost or stolen check.
For the University, direct deposit helps conserve resources and save money. Paper processing is expensive, requiring purchases of both paper and ink.
Students may sign up for direct deposit by completing the information requested online on my.BoiseState. Detailed instructions can be found on our Help Document.
The routing number that needs to be entered on the bank information page should be the number provided on a check and not the deposit slip. If you do not have a check, contact your bank to get your routing number or go online at http://routingnumber.aba.com/.
Bank information can be updated at any time on my.BoiseState. Please see our Help Document for step by step instructions.
No, at this time this option is not available.
No. Once you sign up for direct deposit, there is no need to re-enroll unless your banking information changes.
You can check to see if you have enrolled in Direct Deposit by visiting the Direct Deposit page at my.BoiseState.edu. Please see our Help Document for step by step instructions.
No, students must sign up for direct deposit on my.BoiseState. Please see our Help Document for step by step instructions.
You must change your direct deposit information on my.BoiseState immediately. If you fail to update your information, all funds already submitted to the bank will not be available to you until such funds are returned by the receiving bank to Boise State University.
Checks are mailed to the mailing address on your student account. Boise State has no way of knowing when you will receive your check; it is up to the US Postal Service.
Student Financials usually refunds daily, it may take up to 3-5 business days for a direct deposit refund to appear in your bank account.
If your direct deposit is rejected, the receiving bank must return the funds back to the University before a paper check will be issued and mailed to the mailing address on your account.
A refund may not have been deposited into your account due to an invalid account number or there was no banking information provided.
Account Maintenance can help you with any direct deposit questions you have. Please call (208) 426-2134, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.