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COVID-19 Resources and Information

Funds Disbursement Form


A negative balance indicates that the account has a credit. This credit balance is available for you to withdraw or leave on your account for future expenses. You can only withdraw funds up to the amount of the credit balance. You may withdraw funds for a semester once classes start on campus for that semester. If you withdraw funds, it can be in cash up to $200 per day in the Student Accounts Office, bring your ID or Driver’s License and /or you can use our vendor US Bank to request one of three different options listed below to receive your excess funds.


  1. Zelle, an electronic payment option for receiving your funds the same day. If you choose this method, make sure you use your CSB email in your Zelle profile before you choose.
  2. Electronic funds transfer, ACH, this is an electronic transfer directly into a checking or savings account at a bank in the United States. This method can take one or two days to receive payment.
  3. A check to be mailed to you, this method can take up to 10 days to receive payment.

If you want to use one of the vendor's options noted above, please complete and submit the request form below.

After the withdraw request form is received and approved by the Student Accounts Office, you will get an email from our vendor US Bank. You must follow the link in the Bank’s email to register and choose one of the three payment options. The method you choose will be used for your future payment requests, unless you log back in and change your preference.

Please set up a user account on the link the bank provides. This will allow you to securely provide them with your information and set your preferred choice of how to receive payment and future payments.

Please respond to the US Bank Email within 10 days or the process will expire.

Link to Funds Disbursement Form:  

Due to COVID-19 Electronic Disbursements Requests are only being processed twice a week.  Thank you for your patience during this time.