Payment Information (Fall and Spring)
Tuition is due either at the time of registration, but no later than the 10th class day of the term. If you are unable to pay your tuition in full by the 10th day, you may be eligible for a payment plan or a Fee Deferment. See: Payment Options
To better serve you during the start of the Spring Semester, in addition to regular hours between Monday, Jan. 27 through Friday, Feb. 7, Business Serices will have 4 days with extended hours:
- Tues, Jan 28th & Tues, Feb. 4th 8:00am-6:30pm
- Fri, Jan., 31st 8:00am-4:00pm
- Fri, Feb. 7th 8:00am-4:00pm (Deadline to pay tuition)
Regular Business Services hours will resume on Monday Feb. 10.
FEE DEADLINES ARE THE STUDENT'S RESPONSIBILITY. All tuition and fees associated with enrollment become your obligation. Tuition and fees are due no later than the 10th class day of the term. PAPER BILLS WILL NOT BE SENT. Students are required to log into their PRISM account to view the status of their account and financial aid information, as well as financial obligations to make payment based on the balance due displayed in their PRISM account.
If you have not secured a payment option by the 10th class day, you will be financially responsible for your all of your tuition fees and you will automatically be charged an additional mandatory $100 administrative late payment penalty fee.
If your account goes in to default, you will be responsible for all collections costs associated with the collection of the past due amounts.
There is a $20 charge plus applicable bank charges for checks returned to UW Sheboygan for insufficient funds or account closures. A returned check could result in your account being assessed an administrative late payment penalty fee of/or up to $100, in addition to the mandatory returned check and bank fees.
Regarding UW Colleges On-line Tuition Fees - your On-line registration is not complete and you do not have a seat in the course(s) until:
- your On-line tuition and fees are paid in full, or
- you apply for and receive an approved Fee Deferment (only if you are enrolled concurrently at UW Sheboygan and as an On-line student). A Fee Deferment application is approved when it is confirmed that you have adequate financial aid to cover all your combined fees in full.
Failure to meet this requirement will result in your removal from your on-line course(s) when a course is full or at the close of on-line registration. On-line course fees are assessed over and above regular campus tuition and fees, regardless of a student's current credit load at UW Sheboygan and therefore, do not factor into the campus tuition plateau.
Visit the UW Colleges On-line website http://online.uwc.edu/ for all online class information.
To contact Business Services:
Email email@example.com / Phone 920.459.6688 or 920.459.6693
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