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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 and parents/guests to this web page which will provide specific billing information for the current term. See the “Email Notification Schedule” link below to see when to expect the billing emails.

SIS GUEST ACCESS allows students to grant access to their SIS Finances to parents or others, giving them the ability to see financial information and make on-line payments. 
Students, for information on setting up SIS Guest Access see "Intro to E-Billing-Students" below. Parents/others, for information on using SIS Guest Access see "Intro to E-Billing-Guests" below.

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, calling 920-465-2224, or use the left side navigation bar to browse other important information.

The Legislature and the Governor have authorized $1,178,197,283 of state funds for the University of Wisconsin System and its students during the 2014-15 academic year.   This is a tuition subsidy of $7,688 per student from the taxpayers of Wisconsin.

CLICK here to log in to: SIS / SIS Guest Access

Billing Information Links:

  • Intro to E-Billing-Students
  • Intro to E-Billing-Guests
  • Payment Agreement
  • Payment Methods
  • Payment Plan
  • Email Notification Schedule
  • Parking Decals

  • Late Add/Drop Policies
  • Withdrawal Policy
  • Non-Payment Policy
  • Books
  • Financial Aid
  • Cancellation Policy
  • Segregated Fee Information

  • STUDENTS can access the Student Information System (SIS) to:

    • View financial account information.
    • Make payments.
    • Set-up electronic refunding.
    • Authorize SIS Guest Access to their financial information
      • Guests will only have access to student financial account information and the “Make a Payment” functionality.  No other student information (grades, class schedules, etc.) will be viewable. If you have questions regarding what guests will have access to, see the SIS Guest Access Tutorial. 
      • Once in the SIS, click on “SIS Guest Access” in the upper left menu to begin the authorization process.
      • After clicking on "Add a Guest", students will be asked to input the guest name and create a password. The Username will be assigned by the system.
      • Guest Usernames and passwords can be used immediately. Separate confirming emails will be sent to the student's campus email address.  Students will be responsible for forwarding this information to their authorized guests.
      • SIS Guest Access can be revoked and passwords can be reset by the student at any time.
      • A SIS Guest Access Account that is not accessed for 9 (nine) consecutive months may need to be reauthorized. Reauthorization must be done by the student and is as easy as re-checking the "Student Finances" box under "Change Access".
      • Students can check the status of their SIS Guest accounts at any time by clicking on "SIS Guest Access" in the upper left menu in SIS.
      • SIS GUEST ACCESS (Student) setup printer-friendly tutorial
    GUESTS who have been authorized by a student can access the Student Information System (SIS) to:
    • View financial account information.
    • Make payments.
    • Guest Usernames and passwords will be sent in separate emails to the student's campus email address.  Students will be responsible for forwarding this information to their authorized guests.
    • A SIS Guest Access Account that is not accessed for 9 (nine) consecutive months may need to be reauthorized by the student.
    • SIS GUEST ACCESS (Guest) printer-friendly tutorial



    Spring 2016 Payment Plan:

    Fees due/40% down Feburary 1, 2016: by 4:30pm Central

    1st Installment due March 1, 2016 by 4:30pm Central

    2nd Installment due March 31, 2016 by 4:30pm Central


    For more detail see Fee Schedule and Deadlines
    • Late payment charges of $7.00 per credit will be assessed after 4:30 p.m. CST on due date.
    • The Bursar’s Office is open Monday through Friday from 7:45 am to 4:30 pm.
    • Payments must be received in the Bursar’s Office by the 4:30 p.m. CST on the due date.  We will not honor the postmark of mailed payments.


      On-Line: Sign on to the Student Information System (SIS) and select "Finances/Make a Payment". The two on-line payment methods are Credit Card and Electronic Check. On-line payments are real-time and will reflect in your SIS account activity immediately.

      Credit Card/Debit Card : We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover. There is a convenience fee of 2.5% of the amount paid for both credit / debit cards. CREDIT / DEBIT CARDS ARE ONLY ACCEPTED ON-LINE or through the telephone payment method, NOT AT THE CASHIER WINDOW. See telephone payment options below.

      Electronic Check (also called eCheck or Electronic Funds Transfer/EFT): There is no fee for eCheck payments. There is no special setup required with your bank, simply input your bank's routing number (the first nine digits along the bottom of your checks, or contact your bank) and your checking or savings account number. Enter the information exactly as it appears on your bank records. Use your bank account number, NOT the number on your debit card.
      Cashier Window: Fees may be paid in person with cash or check at the Bursar Office Cashier Windows, located in room 1300 of the Student Services Building. Office hours are 7:45-4:15 Monday through Friday. Make checks payable to UWGB. Please have your student ID card ready when conducting business at the cashier windows. CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AT THE CASHIER WINDOW.
      Mail: Payments may be mailed to: UW-Green Bay, Bursar’s Office, SS1300, 2420 Nicolet Drive, Green Bay, WI 54311-7001. Please make checks payable to UWGB and include the student Campus ID number on the payment. Payments must be received in the Bursar's Office by the close of business on the due date. We will NOT honor the postmark of mailed payments. If you would like a receipt, please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope with your payment.
      Drop Box: A drop box is available outside of the Bursar’s Office, Room SS1300, in the Student Services Building for after-hours payments. Please include the student Campus ID number with your payment. If you would like a receipt, please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Payments left after the close of business on the due date will be considered late.
      Telephone:  The toll free number is 866-506-8044.  Payments may be made by telephone using the same credit/debit cards and electronic check options described above.  There is no fee for electronic check payments and there is a 2.5% convenience fee for credit/debit card payments. Telephone payments are not real-time and will reflect in your SIS account activity the next business day after payment is made.  Telephone payments made by 4:30 p.m. on the payment due date will NOT be considered late.
      To make a phone payment you need the nine (9) digit Campus ID number and the amount due.
      International Wire Payments: For International students only, the University of Wisconsin - Green Bay has partnered with peerTransfer to offer an innovative and streamlined way to make international tuition payments.  peerTransfer’s mission is to save international students and their families money that would otherwise be lost on bank fees and unfavorable foreign exchange rates.   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 the payment into your University of Wisconsin - Green Bay account will be faster, and you will be notified via email when it is received.

      Click or go to: to begin the payment process.  

      To get started, select the country from which funds will be coming and the payment amount in US dollars you wish to make to your student bill.

      • You will need your nine (9) digit UWGB Campus ID number.
      • In most cases, the US dollar amount will be converted into your home currency at preferential exchange rates, which will translate into savings for you.
      • After providing some additional basic information, you will book the transaction and will be instructed via email on how to pay peerTransfer from your home country bank account.
      • peerTransfer will then forward the US dollar amount to the University of Wisconsin - Green Bay where it will be directly credited to your student billing account.
      • You will receive an email to confirm receipt of payment
      • At any time, you will have a dedicated customer service team reachable via chat, Skype, email and phone to answer any of your questions


    A PAYMENT PLAN is available for Fall and Spring semesters only. With 40% of your total charges paid by the due date, you will automatically be put on the Payment Plan. A $10 late fee will apply for each Payment Plan payment that is late.

    For more information, due dates, and to use the Payment Plan Calculator, please click Payment Plan.

    Contact Student Billing to discuss a payment arrangement if needed for summer fees.

    EMAIL NOTIFICATION SCHEDULE We will be sending several emails, at the beginning of each term, notifying students of their charges and due dates. For specific term information see the Fee Information page, select the due date for the applicable term.


    • Aid will be applied to student accounts electronically.  Any excess aid, in the form of a refund check, will be available for pick-up beginning on the first day of classes.

    • You can choose to have all refunds sent directly to your checking or savings account by selecting ELECTRONIC REFUNDS from the drop-down menu in the Finances section of your SIS. You will receive an email notification to your UWGB email account every time a refund is sent to your bank account.
    • If you do not sign up for electronic refunds, checks must be picked up in person at the Cashier Window in room 1300 of the Student Services Building. YOU MUST PRESENT A PICTURE ID TO RECEIVE YOUR REFUND CHECK.
    • ALL loans, scholarships, grants, or awards, whether public or private, for educational expenses must be disbursed by the Bursar’s Office.  If these checks are sent directly to you, please bring them to the Cashier’s Window. This must be done by the week before classes begin to avoid additional administrative assessments for late payment.
    • If your aid is delayed, you are responsible for making the fee payment on time or administrative assessments (late fees) will be charged.
    • The Student Billing Office can answer questions about the DISBURSEMENT of your aid.  If you have any questions about financial aid ELIGIBILITY, please call the Financial Aid Office at (920) 465-2075.


    CANCELLATION POLICY:  If you have decided not to attend classes for the semester, you must officially drop all of your classes on-line in SIS or contact the Registrar’s Office at (920) 465-2657 one day prior to your first class.  Failure to drop your class(es) will result in fee charges. 

    LATE ADD/DROP POLICIES: Please use the on-line Student Information System (SIS) to be sure you are registered for the correct classes and sections before the start of class.  Fee information is available on the Bursar’s web site.  If you add a class please be aware of the possibility of additional charges to your account and check your SIS account for updated information.  See the Refund Schedule for the add/drop schedule.


    WITHDRAWAL POLICY:  Students dropping to zero credits during the add/drop period will be assessed a withdrawal fee within two business days. After the add/drop period has ended, students wishing to leave the university need to contact the Registrar's Office at (920) 465-2657 to withdraw from all classes for a given semester.

    NON-PAYMENT POLICY:  If you owe for a prior term, you will not be able to register for upcoming semesters. If you have already registered and owe for a past semester you will be contacted to pay. If payment is not received you may be Administratively Withdrawn from the upcoming term.

    PARKING DECALS are required for all University lots and may be purchased at the Bursar’s Cashier Windows at a cost of $50.00 for each Fall and Spring semester, and $25 for Summer only. Questions about parking regulations should be directed to the Parking Office at (920) 465-2301.

    BOOKS purchased in the Phoenix Bookstore may be charged to your SIS account prior to each semester. Please refer to the bookstore web site for more information. 
    The option to charge Summer 2016 books to your SIS account is available through June 23rd.

    If you have questions about your fee payment, require an extension, or desire an explanation of our policies, please contact the Student Billing Office.

    • Student Services Building, Room 1300
    • Phone:  (920) 465-2224
    • Fax:  (920) 465-2475
    • Email:
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