Information and resources on student account billing and payments, refunds, remissions, and loans serviced by UW-Madison.
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Key Dates and Deadlines
Beginning in the Fall of 2019, the student account payment due date will be the second Friday of the semester for Fall and Spring terms, for most students. Please check your eBill in MyUW Student Center for your specific due date. Authorized Payers can view eBills through the Authorized Payer login page.
Note: Beginning with the Spring 2020 semester, tuition and housing charges will be combined into one bill for a more convenient, seamless bill payment experience.
January 31, 2020: Deadline to drop Spring courses for 100% tuition adjustment
January 31, 2020: Student Account payments due for Spring 2020
April 3, 2020: Deferred due date for Graduate Assistant segregated fees
May 13, 2020: Student Account eBills available for Summer 2020
June 19, 2020: Student Account payments due for Summer 2020
Let parents pay my bill
Allow other individuals, such as parents, to access a student’s account.
Ways to pay
There are several options including the preferred method of online payments.
Enroll in BadgerPay
A convenient way to pay student account fees through regularly scheduled payments.
Information on loans serviced in the Bursar’s Office including how to make a payment on your loan.
Excess financial aid or tuition reductions may result in a refund. eRefunds are the preferred refund method.
Tuition & Fees
Tuition and fees pay for the student’s academic experience. Tuition rates are published in early August.