Monday and Thursday
7:45 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Excess Credit Policy
Effective FALL 2005, all resident undergraduate students who have accumulated 165 credits or 30 credits more than required by their degree programs (whichever is greater) will be assessed a surcharge equal to 100 percent of the regular resident tuition, on credits beyond that level.
Students in the MBA program will be charged an additional fee of $30.78 per credit for part time or $215.46 for full time for Summer Semester and $277.02 for full time for Fall or Spring Semesters for resident students and $32.23 per credit for part time or $290.07 for full time for non-resident students in addition to regular Graduate fees.
These are mandatory fees included in the enrollment costs to fund university facilities and services for students.
This refundable fee was authorized by the Board of Regents and approved by a student referendum at UW-Parkside. This money is used to finance lobbying efforts and other activities on behalf of students. Refunds for those students not wishing to contribute can be obtained by written request to: United Council of U.W. Student Governments, Inc., 122 State Street Center - Suite 500, Madison, WI 53703.
Minnesota Reciprocity students will be charged a per credit surcharge.
Checks returned from the bank due to "insufficient funds", "stop payment", or "account closed" must be replaced with cash, cashier's check, or money order--NO EXCEPTIONS. Additional charges, including a $20 NSF fee ($10.50 NSF fee for e-checks), interest, late fees, and any other necessary collection costs, will be added to the student's account as of the replacement date. There will be a HOLD on the student's official records until the returned check, plus additional charges, are paid in full. Any person with two or more returned checks totaling $20.00 or more within a twelve month period, will have check writing privileges revoked campus-wide for a year.
The Assessment for administrative expense (late charges) for all students paying fees AFTER the Tuition Due Date, will be:
$5 PER CREDIT FEE TO A $60 MAXIMUM CHARGED TO ALL UNPAID ACCOUNTS.
In addition, students who have not paid their fees in full by the Tuition Due Date or established a payment plan with TMS (see Payment Plans) will begin accruing a 1% per month delinquency charge on their unpaid balance. A HOLD will remain on the student's records until the account is paid in full.
|TERM||TUITION DUE DATE|
|SPRING - 2013||
FEBRUARY 15, 2013
SUMMER - 2013
|FRIDAY OF FIRST WEEK OF CLASS|
FALL - 2012
SEPTEMBER 18, 2012
Students who have not paid their fees in full by the Tuition Due Date or have not contracted with Tuition Management System to be on an installment plan will begin accruing a 1% per month delinquency charge on the unpaid balance. A HOLD will remain on the student's records until the account is paid in full.
In January you will receive an email message from: email@example.com that will contain a link to your 2012 IRS 1098-T document. The document contains important tax information related to the payment of tuition and other educational expenses, which may be needed to complete your tax return. Please watch for this email and follow the instructions to retrieve this tax form. If you have any further questions or concerns regarding this information please contact the Cashier's Office.
The website to print your 1098T is: