Business Office

The Business Office, located in The Commons, functions as the financial hub of the campus in its service to students, faculty and staff. Most students interact with the Business Office each semester as they pay tuition and pay fines. Business Office staff work with members of student government to determine the budgeting of segregated fees paid by students. In addition, they conduct all transactions related to purchasing, accounts receivable, and accounts payable at the university.

The Business Office is available to serve students from 8am to 4:30pm, Mondays through Fridays. Summer hours may vary, please call (715) 234-8176 ext. 0.

Staff

Mike Rogers
Assistant Campus Dean for Administrative Services
(715) 234-8176 ext. 5405
michael.rogers@uwc.edu.

Linda Cesnik
Financial Specialist - LTE 
(715) 234-8176 ext. 5400
kendra.heifner@uwc.edu

Julie Rankin
Office Operations Associate
(715) 234-8176 ext. 5400
julie.rankin@uwc.edu

Tuition & Fees

For information on tuition, fees, due dates and payment options, please visit the Tuition & Fees page.

Tuition Payment

The Business Office accepts payments in the forms of check, cash, or money order. Any student whose account goes into default will be responsible for all collection costs associated with the collection of the past due amount. Past due accounts are turned over to the Wisconsin Department of Revenue and may affect future state tax refunds.

Please read Important Financial Notice to Students.

Additional Fees at UW-BC

  • Some courses require special course fees and/or the purchase of lab manuals or supplies.
  • Placement test and orientation fees ($90 total fall semester; $55 total spring semester) will be automatically added for new, degree-seeking, freshman students. There is a $25.00 orientation fee for transfer students.

Auditing Fees

The following fees apply for students who wish only to audit UW-Barron County courses. The audit fees for the 2014-2015 academic year are:

  • Wisconsin Residents Under Age 60: $59.00 per credit
  • Minnesota Reciprocity Audit: $59.00 per credit
  • Wisconsin Residents Age 60 and Older: Such residents do not need to pay auditing fees.
  • Non-Residents: $244.00 per credit 

Class Materials

Students can purchase lab manuals, workbooks, required readings, etc. in the campus bookstore located in the Student Center.

Additional Resources