Segregated Fees are charges that are recommended or reviewed by student government representation and approved by campus administration to support student services in a stable funding environment. In general allocable fees are those that support student activities and non-allocable fees support fixed financial commitments, like contracts, debt retirement, and university student service programs.
UW-Extension directions for students
If a student is a registered full-time student at a UW institution, they may qualify to have their Independent Learning tuition waived or discounted. A tuition waiver may be obtained from the home institution, usually from the dean, registrar, adviser, or financial aid office, and must accompany the completed registration. (Note: UW Stout students do not qualify for tuition waivers).
Steps for a tuition waiver
- Student needs to talk to their advisor and get a tuition waiver approved.
- Student needs to go to the Independent Learning website (il.wisconsin.edu) and pre-register for the course they want to take. When they get to the payment option they need to pick the mail in payment option and hit submit.
- The student can then call the Independent Learning office (1-877-895-3276) to pay the $75.00 administration fee over the phone with a credit card or they can mail in a check.
- The student or the advisor can scan and email the completed Tuition Waiver form to the Independent Learning office (email@example.com) or mail it in with the check for the $75.00 administration fee.
- Once I receive the paperwork and the pre-registration I can process the paperwork and get the student registered for the course.
- If the Independent Learning course the student is taking puts them above the 12-18 credit fulltime status the student is also responsible for paying for the extra credits not covered.
If you have any questions about the Independent Learning program or how Tuition Waivers work please contact Independent Learning:
Toll Free: 1-877-UW-LEARN (895-3276) Option 3
5602 Research Park Boulevard, Suite 300
Madison, WI 53719
Students that register for classes and do not attend will still be responsible for paying those tuition charges if they are past the drop deadline. To find details regarding the terms drop dates go to webpage http://www.uww.edu/registrar/schedule-of-classes choose the appropriate term and then Deadlines - add/drop, withdraw, refund at the top/center of the page.
A student can print their Account Inquiry through WINS by clicking on "Student Center", under finances click "Account Inquiry", and then select "Printer Friendly Version".
The Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) pf 1976, as amended, is a federal law that affords students certain rights and protects their privacy and confidentiality with respect to their educational records. If you would like to give someone access to your financial records, complete an Authorization for Release of Information and submit it to Student Accounts. Note: This form does not give them access to receive an E-Bill or to the WINS Account.
Students who receive funding from financial aid or third parties are subject to the same payment deadlines that apply to all other students. Do not depend on other sources to be available in time to pay for your university bill.
Do not count on your financial aid to pay for a balance on a prior term. All past due balances must be paid in full prior to registration.
- NOTICE: Veterans who intend to have the government help with tuition and fees should first see Jan Nordin in the Registrar's Office 262-472-1570. Some of these benefits can be viewed on the Registrar's webpage.
- Students who have received a voucher or authorization to have tuition and fees billed to a government agency should submit this and any other required documents to Student Accounts Hyer Hall Room 110 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org . All documents must be turned in 10 days before the start of the term for which it applies. Questions can be directed to Student Accounts at 262-472-1373.
- A credit will be placed on the student account once the invoice has been sent to the government agency. The student should be prepared to pay the remaining balance by the due date indicated on the bill.
- If a refund is due, it will be paid to the student. Any overpayments that are owed to the government should be paid by the student to the agency as soon as possible.
A 1.25% finance charge will be assessed on past due balances. This fee will be assessed each billing period until the student's account is current. A hold will be placed on students account that will not allow them to register for classes, receive transcripts etc. until the past due balance is paid in full. In addition, their classes may be at risk of cancellation.
The 1098-Tform is informational only and should not be considered as tax advice. The 1098-T form is used by eligible educational institutions to report information about their students to the IRS as required by the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997. Eligible educational institutions are required to submit the student's name, address, taxpayers identification number (TIN), enrollment status, amounts pertaining to qualified tuition and related expenses, and scholarships and/or grants, taxable or not.
In January of each year, the University of Wisconsin System provides secure electronic access for all students who have qualified tuition and other related educational expenses. If the form is not electronically accessed, it is mailed at the end of January.
In January, an email will be sent to your UW-Whitewater email account. The email will be from: email@example.com. The subject line will be: UW-WHITEWATER MAIN (000311) Tax Document Available. This email is secure and will contain a digital signature form the University of Wisconsin System.
The email will contain a hyperlink to a secure website called www.GetMyDocument.com along with directions for logging into the website. After logging in to the website you will be able to view and print copies of your 1098-T tax form. Even if you are not ready to use the 1098-T form please view and print it. If it is not viewed and/or printed, the form will be mailed by the end of January.