Billing & Invoice Information

Email Notifications

UW-GREEN BAY DOES NOT SEND PAPER BILLS TO CURRENTLY ENROLLED STUDENTS

EMAIL NOTIFICATION, via the student’s campus email address, will be sent to alert students of charges on their SIS account. The email will only be sent to students who have a balance due. The email notification will direct students to this web page which will provide specific billing information for the current term. We will be sending several emails at the beginning of each term notifying students of their charges and the term due dates.

For specific term information see Term Deadline Calendar.

Fall 2017 and January 2018 Semester E-Billing Notification Schedule
Week of July 31, 2017 E-billing email notification sent to students - Fall tuition posted
Week of August 21, 2017 E-billing email notification sent to students
Week of September 5, 2017 E-billing email notification sent to students
Week of October 9, 2017 E-billing email notification for Payment Plan - 1st Installment
Week of November 6, 2017 E-billing email notification for Payment Plan - 2nd Installment
Week of November 20, 2017 E-billing email notification sent to students - January tuition posted
Week of January 2, 2018 E-billing email notification sent to students - January due date notice
Week of January 22, 2018 E-billing email notification sent to students

 

Spring 2018 Semester E-Billing Notification Schedule
Week of December 14, 2017 E-billing email notification sent to students - Spring tuition posted
Week of January 22, 2018 E-billing email notification sent to students
Week of February 21, 2018 E-billing email notification for Payment Plan - 1st Installment
Week of March 21, 2018 E-billing email notification for Payment Plan - 2nd Installment


Guest Access

Guest Access as an "Authorized Party" allows students to grant access to parents or others as an authorized party through our online payment vendor,  Nelnet Campus Commerce (NCC) where they can view the student's financial account and make electronic payments

Students
  • For information on setting up an "Authorized Party" see "Intro to E-Billing (Students)" below.
Parents / Others
  • For information on using "Authorized Party" see "Intro to E-Billing (Guests)" below.

Student Information System (SIS)

The Student Information System (SIS) is the sole source of student financial information. The student and/or guest will need to go to their SIS account to see due dates and charges due. There is a SIS link provided both below and in the menu to the left.

If you have any questions, please contact the Student Billing Office by emailing bursar@uwgb.edu, calling 920-465-2224, or use the left-side navigation menu to browse other important information.

The Legislature and the Governor have authorized $1,061,540,300 in state funds for the University of Wisconsin System during the 2017-18 academic year. This amount represents an average subsidy of $7,157 from the taxpayers of Wisconsin for each student enrolled in the University of Wisconsin System.

 
SIS

 

Intro to E-Billing (Students)

Students can access the Student Information System (SIS) to:

  • View financial account information.
  • Make payments.
  • Set-up electronic refunding.
  • Grant "Authorized Party" access to their financial information and online payment
    • Authorized Party will only have access to student financial account information and the ability to make an online electronic payment by credit card; debit card; or electronic check. No other student information (grades, class schedules, etc) will be viewable.
    • Starting on the Student Center page in SIS scroll down to the 'Finance' section and click on “Make a Payment ” link. You will be brought to the Nelnet Campus Commerce (NCC) online payment screen where you can begin the authorization process.
    • From the Nelnet Student Home page click "Add an Authorized Party" (located in lower right side of screen). Enter the First and Last name of the person to be "Authorized".
    • Authorized Party Access -- checking the box "Include the details that make up my balance" will give the authorized party the ability to see details on the account balance.If box is not checked, the authorized party can only see the balance due.
    • "Create an Authentication Questions and Answer" when you complete the authentication question and answer an email will be sent to the 'authorized party' to complete the setup for their access to your finance account. Please be certain the person you are granting authorization access to knows the answer to the authentication question.
    • Enter a current valid email address for the "authorized party".
    • Click "SAVE". Once you have saved the setup an email will be sent to the 'authorized party' with instructions to complete the setup for their Nelent access with the website link for our online payment vendor Nelnet Business Solutions (NBS).
    • A 2.75% convenience fee is charged by our online vendor NBS on all credit card and debit card payment transactions. There is no fee for electronic e-check payments.
    • See Authorized Party (Student) Tutorial (click on link below) for further information.
    • Authorized Party (Student) setup printer-friendly tutorial

Intro to E-Billing (Guests)

Guests who have been granted access as an "Authorized Party" have the ability to:

  • View financial account information.
  • Make online payments to student's account with credit card; debit card; or electronic check.
  • NOTE: A 2.75% convenience fee is charged by our online vendor Nelnet Campus Commerce on all credit card and debit card payment transactions. There is no fee for electronic e-check payments.
  • Authorized Party will receive email from our online payment vendor Nelnet Campus Commerce (NCC) after student has completed Authorized Party setup. Email will contain the URL address and instructions for Authorized Party to complete setup process.
  • REFUNDS generated by any online payment will be refunded directly to the Student through their UW Green Bay Student Account on SIS.
  • See Authorized Party (Guest) Tutorial (click on link below) for further information.
  • AUTHORIZED PARTY (Guest) printer-friendly tutorial