The Mohave Community College Business Office just received a national ACE award.
The award recognizes the Bursar’s office for efficiency in disbursing more than 90% of refunds to students electronically.
Connie Shelley and Margi Chatwood are the MCC employees who received the award.
They’re tireless work often goes unseen by the public, but groups like BankMobile that gave out the ACE award, know Shelley and Chatwood deserve high praise.
The two join Bursars offices from 90 other higher education institutions across the country in earning an ACE award.
BankMobile launched the annual ACE Award2s last year, to recognize institutions that Achieve Campus Efficiency by disbursing more than 90% of refunds electronically and have more than 40% of all students, regardless of financial aid eligibility, complete the refund selection process. Institutions are eligible for the award after two years of partnership with BankMobile.
In aggregate, institutions that partner with BankMobile have the highest electronic disbursement rates in higher education – 85.3% out of 6.1 million disbursements processed by BankMobile in the last year were delivered electronically by direct deposit into an account of students’ choosing.