Payments

Paying for college doesn't have to be difficult or confusing. Visit or contact the Cashier's Office with any questions you might have regarding fees, tuition payments, refunds, and other related matters. We are here to help you!

Online payments will not be accepted between the following dates: 
Sunday, Jun 28 at 4:30 to Thursday, Jul 2 at 8 am

What are my payment options?

You can pay in person, online, or by mail with checks, money orders, or credit cards.

Checks or Money Orders
Checks and money orders should be payable to University of Wisconsin-Parkside. Be sure to include your student identification number on your check. Personal checks must include a preprinted name and address. Starter checks are not accepted.

Send by mail to:

ATTN: CASHIER'S OFFICE, TALLENT HALL
UNIV OF WI-PARKSIDE
900 WOOD RD
PO BOX 2000
KENOSHA WI 53141-2000

Payments must be postmarked on or before the tuition due date to avoid late fees. 

Credit Card or E-Check
You can pay with a credit card or an e-check on SOLAR. A convenience fee will be charged. We accept MasterCard, VISA, Discover and American Express.

When is my payment due?

Each term has its own payment deadline and late fee schedule. The current tuition due date is available on the Cashier's Office site, in your SOLAR account, and by visiting the Cashier's Office. 

Is there a payment plan available?

Yes, we have partnered with our new processor, CashNet, for tuition payment plans. Plans are available for fall and spring semesters only. Please note that the plan is not available for MBAO or FLEX students.

Enroll in a Payment Plan for Fall or Spring

  1. Login to your Solar account Student Center page
  2. Click "make a payment" - this will take you to the CashNet website
  3. Click "enroll in an installment plan" and choose the appropriate term available

More Information

  • The plan consists of 3 installments. It costs $45 to enroll. The enrollment fee is due immediately to confirm enrollment in the plan.
  • CashNet accounts are fully online and self-service for students and parents: credit or debit card transactions will charge a 2.75% convenience fee, electronic check payments are at no additional cost.
  • Auto payment capability available through your payment plan account on CashNet.
  • Students can create separate “parent access” to their payment plan account on CashNet by setting up a parent PIN.
  • For payment plan issues, students can contact CashNet directly at the Smart Pay Support line: 1-800-339-8131 or the Cashier's Office.

If you enroll in a payment plan but you do not make a payment by the tuition due date, you will be subject to late fees assessed by UW-Parkside and CashNet separately.

How much do I owe?

You can see what you owe for tuition and fees in your SOLAR Student Center under Finances. If you need assistance, you can utilize the Print Bill directions or call us. You will also receive an email reminding you to check your account prior to the start of each semester. NOTE: You will not be billed for waitlisted courses. Check your SOLAR account.

What if my employer or an agency is paying my tuition?

If tuition and fees are being paid by an agency or employer, you must make certain that they have been cleared by the agency or your employer and have the authorization letter submitted to the Cashier's Office by the tuition due date. Students who provide authorizations after the tuition due date are liable for late fees and interest.

If payment by an employer is dependent on grades, the student is responsible for payment of fees by the tuition due date.

What if I am an international student?

We have partnered with Flywire to provide our international students with a secure payment gateway that simplifies the payment process.  With Flywire, you can pay online from banks and countries around the world, usually in your home currency.  You will also be notified by email when your payments are received by us.

Pay Online with  Flywire

 

FLYWIRE CUSTOMER SUPPORT

What happens if I am late with my payment?

Failure to pay tuition by the scheduled due date will result in late fees and interest. While your balance remains unpaid, you will be unable to register for future semesters, make schedule changes, receive official transcripts, or view your grades.

Read more about late fees

Will I receive a receipt for my paid tuition?

If you need official verification of payment, you may submit a Tuition Receipt Letter Request form to the Cashier's Office. The form is available online.

The Tuition Receipt Letter includes financial aid amounts received (including loans), the number of credits completed, and the amount paid for that semester. Letters will be available two business days after the request. 

Visit the student forms page

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