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Payment Information and Due Dates


Bursar/Cashier's Office

Payment Information and Due Dates

Electronic Billing Top of Page

The University of Wisconsin-Superior does not mail billing statements to students.

Billing statements are only available online via the E-HIVE. To access your billing statement you must know your E-HIVE login & password. Students who don't know their E-HIVE login and password or who are having difficulty accessing the E-HIVE should contact the Computing & Media Services help desk at (715) 394-8300 or (800) 806-2890 (toll free) or e-mail the help desk at: helpdesk@uwsuper.edu. Failure to view your e-bill will not excuse students from payment deadlines.

To access your e-bill simply log into the E-HIVE & follow these steps:

  • Locate the "view bill" link under the Finances heading
  • Choose the appropriate semester 
  • View or print your electronic billing statement

Students are encouraged to view their bill whenever changes are made to their account. For example dropping and adding classes and changes to the meal plan or housing status.

Payment Options Top of Page

Option 1 - Payment in Full

  1. January 27 - Pay fees in full on or before January 27. View your e-bill to determine your balance.

Option 2 - Partial Payment With No Finance Charges

  1. January 27 - Make a minimum tuition down payment of $100 on or before January 27.
  2. February 24 - Pay 100% of the balance due on or before February 24. To avoid finance charges, your account must be paid in full by February 24. View your e-bill to determine your balance and minimum payment.

Option 3 - Partial Payment With a Finance Charge

  1. January 27 - Make a minimum tuition down payment of $100 on before January 27.
  2. February 24 - Pay 50% of the balance due on or before February 24. A finance charge of 1.5% per month (annual rate of 18%) will be assessed on the unpaid balance after this date.
  3. March 24 - Pay the remaining balance due on or before March 24. View your bill to determine your remaining balance.

A finance charge of 1.5% per month (annual rate of 18%) will be assessed on any unpaid balance after March 24 and a registration hold will be placed on your account.

The option to make installment payments is available to all students.

Wire Transfer For International Students

Pay Now with PeerTransferUW-Superior has partnered with peerTransfer to streamline the tuition payment process for our international students. With peerTransfer you are offered excellent foreign exchange rates, allowing you to pay in your home currency (in most cases) and save a significant amount of money as compared to traditional banks. In addition, the posting of your tuition payment will be faster and you will be notified via email when it is received.

 

Online Payment by E-Check or Credit Card

UW-Superior accepts E-check, Visa and Mastercard payments via the internet only. We do not accept payment by E-check or credit card over the phone or at the Cashier's Window. There is a $1.50 convenience fee charged for each E-check payment transaction and a $25.00 convenience fee charged for each credit card payment transaction.

To make your payment, go to www.uwsuper.edu/myehive. Log into the E-Hive and follow these steps:

  • Click the "View Bill" link
  • Choose the appropriate semester (example: Spring Semester 2014)
  • Be sure the pop-up blocker on your web browser is disabled
  • Click the "Pay Online" button located at the bottom of your e-bill
  • Follow the instructions on the payment page
  • Print the final "Your payment has been accepted..." page as your online receipt

E-check and Credit card payments update the student account balance immediately

The maximum E-check amount is $2,500.00

Minnesota Reciprocity

Minnesota ReciprocityIt is the student's responsibility to apply for reciprocity. Reciprocity is not automatic. The state of Minnesota grants reciprocity on the basis of the application provided by the student. Students must apply online at www.getreadyforcollege.org. Those who do not apply, apply late and/or are not approved will be required to pay non-resident rates.

Payment Deadline Top of Page

Payment Deadline is January 27, 2013

Registered students must make at least a $100 down payment. Financial aid may be used to meet the required $100 down payment (See Financial Aid Deadlines below). This payment or disbursement of financial aid is due by January 27 in order to avoid cancellation of registration. Students who do not make a down payment by this date will incur a $75 late payment fee (pro-rated for part-time students) and may be de-registered.

Registered students can view e-bills beginning January 3. Contact the Cashier's Office with any questions. Failure to view your e-bill will not excuse students from payment deadlines. Students unable to view e-bills should make arrangements with the Cashier's Office to determine payment amounts or sign the necessary papers.

PLEASE NOTE: A withdrawal fee of $50 will be charged to all students who withdraw, or are de-registered, after the semester begins during the 100% refund period. A drop fee of $20 will be assessed for each transaction (independent of number of credits dropped) processed after February 3.

Financial Aid Deadlines Top of Page

Financial aid may be used to meet the required $100 down payment due January 27 subject to the following:

  1. An award letter must be on file in the Financial Aid Office so aid can be applied before January 27.
  2. New students must also file a signed terms and conditions form with the Cashiers Office on or before January 27.
  3. Students whose aid does not cover at least $100 must pay the difference out-of-pocket by January 27.
  4. Students meeting #1 and #2 but whose aid has not arrived on campus by January 27 will be charged late payment fees.

Direct Credit of Aid to Your Bill: Most financial aid types will be credited directly to the student's bill, including direct loans, grants, and foundation scholarships.

Refunds: Most financial aid is applied directly to the student's account. A refund will be issued for any amount of aid that exceeds the student's charges. Financial aid and tuition refunds are disbursed via the Higher One Refund Card. With the Higher One card, students elect to have their refunds (1) deposited electronically to a Higher One checking or debit account or (2) deposited electronically to a bank account of the student's choice. All students must activate the card and make their refund choice. 

Through a contractual relationship with Higher One, UW-Superior offers optional bank accounts that are linked to the Higher One card. Students, faculty, and staff are not required to open an account with Higher One, and they do not need to have a Higher One account in order to use services, such as meal plans, and the library. Many financial institutions are available within the community to meet personal banking needs, and UW-Superior encourages everyone to consider all options. UW-Superior followed a competitive procurement process in selecting and contracting with Higher One and, as part of that contract, receives financial consideration that is used to pay the administrative cost of the program. Any revenue exceeding the program cost will be spent on student programs as defined by the student government.

Financial aid that cannot be applied directly to the student's account must be picked up at the Cashier's window and applied to the student's account by January 27 to avoid the $75 late payment fee. Examples of this type of financial aid include scholarship checks, SELF LOANS and alternative loans or BIA grants. Checks that are needed to pay fees must be picked up by January 27 to avoid late payment fees.

Fee Payment Location and Hours Top of Page

Old Main, Room 208 - Cashier Windows

Regular Hours:

8:30am-4:15pm, Monday-Friday

A payment drop box is located between the first and second Cashier's windows (gold mail slot). Only check payments should be deposited in the drop box. Please reference your student ID on the check.

Electronic Billing Top of Page

The University of Wisconsin-Superior does not mail billing statements to students.

Billing statements are only available online via the E-HIVE. To access your billing statement you must know your E-HIVE login & password. Students who don't know their E-HIVE login and password or who are having difficulty accessing the E-HIVE should contact the Computing & Media Services help desk at (715) 394-8300 or (800) 806-2890 (toll free) or e-mail the help desk at: helpdesk@uwsuper.edu. Failure to view your e-bill will not excuse students from payment deadlines.

To access your e-bill simply log into the E-HIVE at http://www.uwsuper.edu/ & follow these steps:

  • Locate the "view bill" link under the Finances heading
  • Choose the appropriate semester 
  • View or print your electronic billing statement

All students are encouraged to view their bill whenever changes are made to their account. For example dropping or adding classes and changes to the meal plan and/or housing status.

Payment Options Top of Page

Option 1 - Payment in Full

  1. September 8 - Pay fees in full on or before September 9. View your e-bill to determine your balance.

Option 2 - Partial Payment With No Finance Charges

  1. September 8 - Make a minimum down payment of $100 on or before September 8.
  2. October 6 - Pay 100% of the balance due on or before October 6. To avoid finance charges, account must be paid in full by October 6. View your e-bill to determine your balance.

Option 3 - Partial Payment With a Finance Charge

  1. September 8 - Make a minimum down payment of $100 on or before September 8.
  2. October 6 - Pay 50% of the balance due on or before October 6. A finance charge of 1.5% per month (annual rate of 18%) will be assessed on the unpaid balance after this date.
  3. November 3 - Pay the remaining balance due on or before November 3. View your e-bill to determine your remaining balance.

A finance charge of 1.5% per month (annual rate of 18%) will be assessed on the unpaid balance after November 3 and a registration hold will be placed on the account.

The option to make installment payments is available to all students.

Wire Transfer For International Students

Pay Now with PeerTransferUW-Superior has partnered with peerTransfer to streamline the tuition payment process for our international students. With peerTransfer you are offered excellent foreign exchange rates, allowing you to pay in your home currency (in most cases) and save a significant amount of money as compared to traditional banks. In addition, the posting of your tuition payment will be faster and you will be notified via email when it is received.

 

Online Payment by E-check or Credit Card

UW-Superior accepts E-check, Visa and Mastercard payments via the internet only. We do not accept payment by E-check or  credit card over the phone or at the Cashier's Window. There is a $1.50 convenience fee charged for each E-check payment transaction and a $25.00 convenience fee charged for each credit card payment transaction. 

To make your payment, go to www.uwsuper.edu/myehive. Log into the E-Hive and follow these steps:

  • Click the "View Bill" link
  • Choose the appropriate semester (example: Fall Semester 2014)
  • Be sure the pop-up blocker on your web browser is disabled
  • Click the "Pay Online" button located at the bottom of your e-bill
  • Follow the instructions on the payment page
  • Print the final "Your payment has been accepted..." page as your online receipt

E-check and Credit card payments update the student account balance immediately.

 

Minnesota Reciprocity

It is the student's responsibility to apply for reciprocity. Reciprocity is not automatic. The state of Minnesota grants reciprocity on the basis of the application provided by the student. Students must apply online at www.getreadyforcollege.org. Those who do not apply, apply late and/or are not approved will be required to pay non-resident rates.

Payment Deadline Top of Page

Payment Deadline is September 8, 2013

Registered students must make at least a $100 down payment. Financial aid may be used to meet the required $100 down payment (See Financial Aid Deadlines below). This payment or disbursement of financial aid is due by September 8 in order to avoid cancellation of registration. Students who do not make a down payment by this date will incur a $75 late payment fee (pro-rated for part-time students) and may be de-registered.

Registered students can view e-bills beginning August 15 and contact the Cashier's Office with any questions. Failure to view your e-bill will not excuse students from payment deadlines. Students unable to view e-bills should make arrangements with the Cashier's Office to determine payment amounts or sign the necessary papers.

PLEASE NOTE: A withdrawal fee of $50 will be charged to all students who withdraw, or are de-registered, after the semester begins during the 100% refund period. A drop fee of $20 will be assessed for each transaction (independent of number of credits dropped) processed after September 15.

Financial Aid Deadlines Top of Page

Financial aid may be used to meet the required $100 down payment due September 8 subject to the following:

  1. An award letter must be on file in the Financial Aid Office so aid can be applied before September 8.
  2. Students whose aid does not cover at least $100 must pay the difference out-of-pocket by September 8.
  3. Students meeting #1 but whose aid has not arrived on campus by September 8 will be charged late payment fees.

Direct Credit of Aid to Your Bill: Most financial aid types will be credited directly to the student's bill, including direct loans, grants, and foundation scholarships.

Refunds: Most financial aid is applied directly to the student's account. A refund will be issued for any amount of aid that exceeds the student's charges. Financial aid and tuition refunds are disbursed via the Higher One Refund preference. With the Higher One card, students elect to have their refunds (1)  deposited electronically to a bank account of the student's choice or (2)  deposited electronically to a Higher One debit account  Students must activate the card and select their refund choice

Through a contractual relationship with Higher One, UW-Superior offers optional bank accounts that are linked to the Higher One card. Students, faculty, and staff are not required to open an account with Higher One, and they do not need to have a Higher One account in order to use services, such as meal plans, and the library. Many financial institutions are available within the community to meet personal banking needs, and UW-Superior encourages everyone to consider all options. UW-Superior followed a competitive procurement process in selecting and contracting with Higher One and, as part of that contract, receives financial consideration that is used to pay the administrative cost of the program. Any revenue exceeding the program cost will be spent on student programs as defined by the student government.

Financial aid that cannot be applied directly to the student's account must be picked up at the Cashier's window and applied to the student's account by September 8 to avoid the $75 late payment fee. Examples of this type of financial aid include scholarship checks, SELF LOANS and alternative loans or BIA grants. Checks that are needed to pay fees must be picked up by September 8 to avoid late payment fees.

Fee Payment Location and Hours Top of Page

Old Main, Room 208 - Cashier Windows

Regular Hours:

8:30am-4:15pm, Monday-Friday
A payment drop box is located between the first and second Cashier's windows (gold mail slot). Only check payments should be deposited in the drop box. Please reference your student ID on the check

Payment Deadline Top of Page

Payment Deadline is Monday June 2, 2014

The University of Wisconsin - Superior does not mail billing statements to students.

To access your bill:

  1. Log on the EHIVE at http:/www.uwsuper.edu
  2. Locate the "view bill" link under the Finances section
  3. Choose the appropriate semester
  4. View and/or print your statement

Student who don't know their EHIVE user ID or password should contact the technology help desk at 715-394-8300 or helpdesk@uwsuper.edu. Failure to view the bill does not excuse students from payment deadlines.

Students who register prior to the start of Summer College must pay fees in full by June 2. Students who advance register for classes that start later in the session must pay fees by June 2. 

Students registering by mail or in person at the Registrar's Office prior to the start of Summer College must pay fees in full by June 2. After Summer College starts, fees must be paid before registering. You may ask the Cashier's Office to check if class is still open before paying. Failure to comply with these policies will result in assessment of late payment fees.

 
All students registering for Summer College must pay fees in full; there is no partial payment option for Summer College.

 

Wire Transfer For International Students

UW-Superior has partnered with peerTransfer to streamline the tuition payment process for our international students. With peerTransfer, you are offered excellent foreign exchange rates, allowing you to pay in your home currency (in most cases) and save a significant amount of money as compared to traditional banks. In addition, the posting of your tuition payment will be faster and you will be notified via email when it is received.

Online Payment by E-Check or Credit Card

UW-Superior accepts E-check, Visa and Mastercard payments via the internet only. We do not accept payment by E-check or credit card over the phone or at the Cashier's Window. There is a $1.50 convenience fee charged for each E-check payment transaction and a $25.00 convenience fee charged for each credit card payment transaction.

To make your payment, go to www.uwsuper.edu/myehive. Log into the E-Hive and follow these steps:

  • Click the "View Bill" link
  • Choose the appropriate semester (example: Fall Semester 2013)
  • Be sure the pop-up blocker on your web browser is disabled
  • Click the "Pay Online" button located at the bottom of your e-bill
  • Follow the instructions on the payment page
  • Print the final "Your payment has been accepted..." page as your online receipt

E-check and Credit card payments update the student account balance immediately

The maximum E-Check amount is $2,500.00

Minnesota Reciprocity

It is the student's responsibility to apply for reciprocity. Reciprocity is not automatic. The state of Minnesota grants reciprocity on the basis of the application provided by the student. Students must apply online at www.getreadyforcollege.org. Those who do not apply, apply late and/or are not approved will be required to pay non-resident rates.

Financial Aid Deadlines Top of Page

Summer College financial aid is awarded separate from the regular academic year; however, the aid may be based on the information provided for either the previous regular academic year or the next academic year. All students who plan to attend Summer College and want to be considered for financial aid should obtain a summer school financial aid application from the Financial Aid Office  The application must be completed and returned to the Financial Aid Office by May 16.

Aid is awarded on a first-come, first-served basis in much the same manner as during the regular academic year. If financial aid has not arrived, any deferment of fee payment and/or late payment fees must be approved by the Financial Aid Office and the Cashier Office.

Students that register for classes on or after June 2 should arrange for funding to satisfy the payment procedure with the Cashier's Office. Contact the Financial Aid Office if this is not possible.

Withdrawal from Summer College may result in repayment of a portion of financial aid funds. Contact Financial Aid Office, Main 110, for more information

Fee Payment Location and Hours Top of Page

Location - Old Main, Room 208 - Cashier Windows

Office Hours 7:45am - 4:15pm

Summer College housing fees are paid directly to the Residence Life Office in the Yellowjacket Union.

Fee payment can also be dropped in the Deposit Slot between the Cashier windows at any time.


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