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I. Process for setting fees for Credit Courses greater than in-state tuition or joint/non-credit offerings.
A. Non-credit courses:
Tuition and fees for non-credit courses administered through the UW-Parkside Office of Continuing Education are determined by existing UW-Extension policies. Tuition and fees for non-credit courses sponsored by faculty and/or departments will be submitted to the appropriate Dean for approval. The Continuing Education office is available for assistance in determining realistic tuition and fees for faculty and/or department non-credit courses.
B. Credit courses:
Ordinarily, tuition and fees for credit outreach courses will be set at UW-Parkside campus in-state tuition/fee levels, with nonresident students applying for out-of-state tuition remission.
An administrative fee equal to the segregated fee will be charged for all credits taken in outreach classes, to be used for the administrative expenses of off-campus programs. The total administrative plus segregated fees charged to any student taking both on campus and extension courses shall not exceed the segregated fee that would be charged if all credits were taken on campus.
C. Process for setting fees at variance with the UW Extension fee structure for non-credit courses, or greater than in-state tuition for credit courses.
Under certain circumstances, such as for customized programs or courses, tuition may exceed the in-state level for credit courses or UWExt guidelines for non-credit courses. In such cases, the following process will apply:
II. Revenue Sharing Policies
If total revenues from tuition and administrative fees are substantially in excess of program costs for non-credit offerings or in excess of in-state tuition for credit courses, the excess revenue would be shared among the appropriate campus departments/offices based on prior negotiated agreements.