Paying Your Bills
After the Financial Aid has been electronically disbursed to your student account at UW Oshkosh (e.g. after going through the application and receiving financial aid processes), the Student Accounts Office deducts all the billed costs from your aid, such as tuition, room and board (if applicable).
If the amount billed to your account is less than the amount of Financial Aid for the semester, then the student is issued a “Refund Check” for the differences. The checks are available for pickup at the Cashier’s Office in Dempsey Hall two weeks after aid has been disbursed.
Some aid, like the Pell Grant, is not disbursed until later in the semester. Therefore, some student may have Refund Checks available later in the semester. The Cashier’s Office will send an email to the student’s UW Oshkosh email account when his/her Refund Check becomes available.
Students can sign up for Direct Deposit and receive their Refund Checks sooner. Refund Checks can be deposited to your bank account via a direct deposit. You no longer have to wait in long lines and make a special trip to campus or wonder if your refund is available. Sign up on TitanWeb for this convenient option.
Changes in Enrollment
You may be billed for a portion or all of your Financial Aid if you drop credit hours or are not at the minimum credit level (6 credits for Undergraduates and 4.5 credits for Graduate students) required for aid eligibility. If you are planning to attend part-time (less than 12 credits for Undergraduate students) or are considering to drop a class, it is important to consult with a Financial Aid counselor.
Each semester, students receive an email from the Student Accounts Office notifying the student billing information is available on his/her TitanWeb account. The bill is due in full by the indicated deadline. If the student is unable to pay the bill in full, he/she can sign up for the partial payment plan.
Payment Due Dates
Late September: 10% of the Total Bill is Due
Late October: 50% of the Remaining Balance is Due
Late November: Remaining Balance is Due
Late February: 10% of the Total Bill is Due
Late March: 50% of the Remaining Balance is Due
Late April: Remaining Balance is Due