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Payment Deadline

Summer 2018
Friday following your first day of your summer course.

More about tuition and fees  |  Late fees

When is my payment due?

Each term has its own payment deadline and late fee schedule. The current deadline is available online, in SOLAR, and by visiting the Cashier's Office.

How do I know how much 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. Please check your SOLAR account.
Is there a payment plan available?

Due to changing IRS regulations we are required to modify the structure and enrollment of our payment plan for the Spring 2018 semester onwards.

Yes, there is. Students who wish to enroll in the payment plan for the Spring 2018 semester must send an email request to

The installments will be split based on IRS guidelines; students will see 6 lines of fees with two due on 2/9/18, two due on 3/12/18, and two due on 4/9/18. The plan will still consist of 3 installments however each month’s payment is split in two based on qualifying taxable charges and non-qualifying taxable charges for the educational tax credit. Students enrolled on the payment plan will be assessed a $45 enrollment fee which will be due with the first month’s payment.

If you enroll in a payment plan but you do not make a payment by the tuition due date, you will be assessed late fees of $6.25/credit, with a maximum of $75.00.

If tuition and fees are being paid by an agency or employer, the student 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.

Payment plans are available for fall and spring semesters only.

Please contact the Cashier’s Office with any questions at 262-595-2258.

How can I pay my bill?

You can pay in person  at the Cashier's Office (Wyll D 193) or by mail. Checks and money orders should be payable to - University of Wisconsin-Parkside - and be sure to include the student's identification number on your check. Personal checks must include a preprinted name and address. Starter checks are not accepted.

Mail payments should be addressed to:

PO BOX 2000
KENOSHA WI 53141-2000

You can pay with a credit card (we accept MasterCard, VISA, Discover and American Express) or an e-check on SOLAR. A convenience fee will be charged.

What about if I am an international student?

UWP has partnered with Flywire by Peer Transfer to streamline the tuition payment process for our international students. With Flywire, you are offered excellent foreign exchange rates, allowing you to pay in your home currency (in most cases) and save significant amounts of money as compared to traditional banks. You will also be notified by email when your payments are received by us.

What happens if I am late with my payment?

All payments must be postmarked on or before the Tuition Due Date, in order to avoid  late fees.  Late fees are $6.25 per credit with a $75.00 maximum in addition to a 1 % per month interest charge. Failure to pay tuition by the scheduled due date will prevent you from registering for future semesters, making schedule changes, and getting official transcripts or grades.

The university refers seriously delinquent accounts to the credit bureau and a professional collection agency.  Any collection costs will be added to your account. 

Read more about late fees.

Will I receive a receipt for my paid tuition?

If you need official verification of payment, you may request a letter from the Cashier's Office. Financial Aid amounts received (including loans) will be listed on the letter, as well as number of credits completed, and the amount paid for that semester.  Letters will be available two business days after the request. 

900 Wood Road · P.O. Box 2000 · Kenosha, WI 53141-2000 P 262-595-2345

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