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MDC OneCard

As an MDC student eligible for a financial aid refund or disbursement, you will receive an MDC OneCard. This card will be mailed to you at the primary address on file with the College.

To receive your refund, you must activate this card. During the activation, you will be able to choose how you receive your money. If you want faster access to your funds, simply choose to have your funds deposited directly to the OneAccount associated with your card. Remember, MDC will not be able to disburse your refund to you unless you activate our OneCard and choose a refund preference.

Learn more about MDC OneCard and OneAccount.

Access and activate your OneCard.

MDC One Card Refund Choices

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OneAccount

The OneAccount from Higher One is a fully functioning FDIC-insured free checking account that allows you to access your student refunds quicker and easier than ever before. The OneAccount has no minimum balance, no monthly fees, and free Internet banking features. With it, you can use your MDC OneCard to make purchases anywhere Debit MasterCard® is accepted.

Other Options

As you activate your OneCard, you'll be able to choose how you'd like to receive your refunds. While there are several options, having your fund deposited directly to your OneAccount is the fastest way to receive your money.

Directly to Your OneAccount To a Bank of Your Choice Mailed as Paper Check
One day or less Two to three business days  Five to seven business days

 




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