Paying Your Tuition in Full (For a list of fees click here )
PAYMENTS BY CASH and/or CHECK can be made at Business Services when you register for classes but must be received no later than the close of business on the 10th class day of the semester (payment deadline). You may:
- pay in person at Business Services at the counter or for your convenience we have installed a computer for your use to pay online (if you need assistance, you may ask a Business Services staff person for help), or
- pay your fees by mail [Make your checks payable to: UW Sheboygan. Address your envelope to: UW Sheboygan Business Services, 1 University Dr., Sheboygan, WI 53081. Please make sure the student name and Prism ID number is included on the remittance check, to ensure proper credit to the appropriate account. Payments sent through the mail, will be credited to the student's account the day it is received.] or
- deposit your fees at the depository [The depository is located outside Business Services. Payments received in the depository after 3PM will not be credited to your account until the following business day.]
PAYMENTS BY OR CREDIT CARD/DEBIT CARD (Visa, MasterCard,or Discover Card) OR ELECTRONIC WEB CHECK can only be made online by linking directly to PRISM "Make a Payment". (For your convenience we have installed a computer for your use to pay online. If you need assistance, you may ask a Business Services staff person for help.)
Please note: Online web check payments or paying with cash or check, at the campus, are payment options for which there is “no additional fee” assessed. Payments made online by credit/debit card (Visa, MasterCard, or Discover), are assessed an *additional service fee in order to recover the cost charged to UW Colleges by the credit card company.
*A service fee of 2.5% of the payment amount will be charged to you when you use your credit or debit card to pay your tuition online.
“True teachers are those who use themselves as bridges over which they invite their students to cross; then, having facilitated their crossing, joyfully collapse, encouraging them to create their own.”
~ Nikos Kazantzakis