Additional Fees

Auditor Fees

People wishing to attend classes but not for credit may register on an audit basis. Generally, people may not register for classes as an auditor until after classes begin.

Questions regarding registering for audit classes should be directed to the Enrollment Services Office.

  • Under age 60 auditors pay audit fees plus the United Council Fee plus any special course fees and D2L fees.
  • Senior auditors (age 60 and older) any special course fees and D2L fees.
  • Check Tuition and Fees Schedule for audit charges.

Audit fees do not apply when a combination of audit and credit courses are taken. All credits will be charged at the credit course charge.

Students who are enrolled at UW-Waukesha and another UW System university may be entitled to a reduced tuition charge at either UW-Waukesha or the other campus. If your total credits are more that 12 credits, you may qualify. Stop at the Business Office if you think that you might qualify.

Concurrent Enrollment Fees

Students who are enrolled at UW-Waukesha and another UW System university may be entitled to a reduced tuition charge at either UW-Waukesha or the other campus. If your total credits are more that 12 credits, you may qualify. Stop at the Business Office if you think that you might qualify.

You will need to provide the following information:

  • The other campus's registration/enrollment statement showing the total credits taken for the semester.
  • A paid receipt from their bursar showing tuition is paid in full.
  • Your address and telephone number.

The Business Office will review your situation and reduce your charges if applicable.

You are still responsible for paying your UW-Waukesha tuition at our campus by the UW-Waukesha campus deadline date. Go to Tuition and Fees section for deadline dates. 

Consortium Agreements

Students who have a consortium agreement between UW-Waukesha and another Wisconsin University use class credits from both campuses to generate a greater financial aid award. The consortium agreement does not guarantee that UW-Waukesha will be receiving any financial aid dollars. Therefore, even if a student is pooling the credit loads for financial aid purposes, the student will still owe the tuition to UW-Waukesha by the tenth day of the semester; there is no deferment for that financial assistance.

Campus printing account

  • Each semester students are provided a $10.00 credit for use of computer printers. You will receive a warning when your account balance is low.
  • When that amount is depleted, students must add additional monies to their account.
  • Stop at the Business Office to add additional money.
  • The minimum payment is $2.00. Payment accepted in whole dollars.
  • The printing account is updated at the time additional money is paid.

Campus keys

Students working on campus or are active members in organizations may be issued a campus key for the office in which they are active.

  1. Student supervisors or advisors will notify the Business Office which students qualify for a key.
  2. Students will pay a $15.00 deposit and sign a key issuance agreement.
  3. At the end of the term, academic year, or as determined by the supervisor, the student will return the key to the Business/Cashier's Office for a refund of the deposit.
  4. A hold will be placed on a student's account if keys are not returned when requested. This will prevent a student from registering or receiving academic transcripts. An additional $35 is charged for lost keys or keys not returned.

Hold

The campus places academic holds on a student's account for various infractions. Some of the infractions for which the Business Office assesses holds include:

  • Unpaid tuition
  • Unpaid parking tickets
  • NSF checks
  • Keys not returned

Student Services place holds--review their area for their holds

Business Office holds and Library holds prohibit adding any course, transferring academic records to another university

Hold Withdrawal

  • Lost articles must be returned
  • Unpaid bills must be paid in full

Charges of $40.00 or under----
Pay in full; the hold will be released within 24 hours

Charges of more than $40.00---
Pay with cash, cashier check or money order; the hold will be released within 24 hours

  • Pay with personal check; the hold will remain for 2 weeks

Library

  • Library charges for library fines or library book replacement charges are paid at the Business/Cashier's Office.
  • A hold is placed on the student's account preventing a student from registering or receiving academic transcripts for Library fines or lost materials.

To pay your library charges:

  1. Contact the library for the exact amount that you owe (by telephone 262-521-5473).
  2. Pay that amount at the Business/Cashier's Office window, by mail, or use the drop box.
  3. Payments made by mail or the drop box will be processed on the next business day.
  4. If the payment is $40.00 or under, the hold will be released within one business day.
  5. If the amount is over $40.00, the hold will be released within a business day if payment is made with cash, cashier's check or money order. There will be a 2 week delay if payment is made by personal check on checks over $40.00.

Locker rental

Students may rent a locker in the Field House, if available, for use while in physical education courses or in extra curricular activities.

  1. Students pay at the Business/Cashier's Office and will be assigned a lock from the Physical Education Department in the Field House.
  2. Locker rental for a semester is $11.50
  3. Locker rental for an academic year is $15.00
  4. When the student returns the lock to the Physical Education Department, the student will receive a credit slip that must be returned to the Business/Cashier's Office to receive a $8.00 refund.