Academic tuition is set by the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents. Student fees are recommended by each local campus, reviewed by the Chancellor and approved by the Board of Regents. University of Wisconsin Colleges tuition and fees are the lowest in the UW System.
Note that college students pay tuition, student activity fees, purchase books and may have certain class fees, depending on the course.
Registration creates a financial liability. Any person not beginning or not continuing class attendance must either officially withdraw at the Student Affairs Office or withdraw in PRISM in order to limit his or her financial obligation.
When you pay the ATD and register for classes, you are making a commitment to attend and to pay tuition. You will owe full tuition and fees unless you officially withdraw from all your classes by contacting the Student Affairs Office or by withdrawing through PRISM.
By the 10th day of each term, students must do one of the following: