Frequently asked Questions

No. Tuition charges are based on a set rate per credit from the Board of Regents. As long as you are earning credit, you will be charged that rate times the number of credits you are earning.

Yes. Wisconsin taxpayers subsidize the education of Wisconsin residents and therefore non-residents and international are required to pay a higher rate to cover the cost of education.

Yes. Segregated Fees are mostly based on access and not based on actual usage. For example, you are being provided access to Health Services, even though you might not be using their services. Because it is open to all students, all students share in the cost of Health Services and similar offerings.

Possibly. The CARES Act Grants, and Pioneers Helping Pioneers are two examples of possible relief funds. Students with a PASS balance below $1000 can register for future terms.

Scholarship checks must be processed through the Cashier’s Office. if you are mailing the scholarship to the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, please make sure that you include your student ID number. If the check is made payable to both you and UW-Platteville, be sure to endorse the check.

Send to:
Cashier's Office
University of Wisconsin-Platteville
1 University Plaza
Platteville, WI 53818

The night box is checked in the morning and posted to your account that same day. The night deposit box is located on the first floor of Brigham Hall in the entryway.

A finance charge of 1% per month on the unpaid balance (annual percentage rate of 12%) will be assessed on any balance remaining from the previous bill. Registration for future semesters is not permitted unless the account balance is zero. Accounts in default are forwarded for private collection and reported to the credit bureaus. You’re responsible for all collection costs on amounts not paid when due, including attorney fees and collection agency fees.

Bills are produced once per month and are viewable in UW-Platteville PASS. You’ll receive an email in your UW-Platteville email account notifying of your bill. You can grant guest access to your account.

If you change your schedule, you should check your account balance online or contact the Cashier’s Office. Failure to view your account online will not excuse you from payment deadlines.

If your account is overpaid and has a credit balance, your refund will be processed through BankMobile. You will choose whether to direct deposit funds to your current checking or savings account, or to a new account you create with BankMobile. If you don’t wish to have your refund direct deposited, after 21 days BankMobile will mail you a paper refund check to the home address listed in PASS.

If you fail to cancel your registration or withdraw from courses, in compliance with UW-Platteville policies and procedures you’ll be charged even if you don’t attend class. Nonattendance does not constitute withdrawal. Please contact the Registrar’s Office for proper withdrawal procedures.

The Cashier’s Office puts holds on accounts that are either delinquent (appearing as DEL in PASS) or need Terms and Conditions forms completed (REG2). Once your account is paid in full, the delinquent account hold can be removed by the Cashier’s Office. Once you complete your Terms and Conditions form, that hold will be removed automatically.

While these are two common examples, there are other holds that can prevent registration, such as an issue with your transcript, textbook pickup, and others. Some of these holds are placed by departments other than the Cashier’s Office. Please check with the department that placed that hold on your account in order to resolve it.