UWSP | Bursar - ebill_quest
- Why didn’t I receive a UWSP bill in the mail?
Electronic billing is the official means of generating tuition bills
to all University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point students. Paper
billing statements no longer exist for enrolled students. You will
receive a notice in your University-assigned e-mail account when
your UWSP E-Bill is ready to be viewed online. Your online statement
will detail the amount due (tuition, fees, housing, and other campus
charges) and the payment due date. Note: Electronic
Bills require University-assigned student logon and password to
- Who should I call if I have a question on my E-bill?
Please contact the office listed under "source" on your billing
statement. If the source is the Student Billing Office, or if you
are questioning a payment on your account, please contact the UWSP
Student Billing Office at 346-2118, or submit your question via
- I just viewed my first E-bill for the new semester. Why
is my financial aid not deducted from my balance?
The first E-bill of each new semester will not reflect that
semester’s financial aid. Financial aid cannot be applied to your
account until the week before the new semester’s classes begin. You
may want to view your account detail in myPoint on the Friday before
the new semester begins to verify whether your awarded financial aid
has applied and to find your new balance due.
Where can I find my Account Detail in myPoint?
- Go to myPoint
- Click on the Finances tab
- Under the myFinances section, click on View Detailed Account
Information and login.
This will bring you to the Account Detail webpage
where you can view your most up-to-date account balance. You can
also view your recent charges and payments and monitor whether any
refunds have been issued.
- Why is there a difference between the balance that shows
on my E-bill statement and the balance that shows on my Account
Detail in myPoint?
Because new charges or payments may have occurred between your
E-bill’s statement date and today’s date, there may be a difference
between the balance shown on your E-bill statement and your Account
Detail in myPoint. The E-bill statement is a snapshot of your
account information on the date that the E-bill was created.
Account Detail on myPoint will show you your most current account
activity and account balance.
- If I pay the minimum amount due or make a partial
payment will I avoid the finance charges?
No. Making a partial payment or simply paying the minimum balance
due will not keep you from having finance charges assessed. Any
charges that were shown on your E-bill that remain unpaid after that
bill’s due date will be assessed finance charges. In general, to
avoid finance charges you should always pay off your entire account
balance by the due date listed on your E-bill.
- How much are the finance charges?
The FINANCE CHARGE will be calculated at the periodic rate of 1.25 %
per month (ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE OF 15%) on that portion of the
balance which is $500 or less, and at the periodic rate of 1% per
month (ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE OF 12%) on that portion of the balance
which is in excess of $500.00.
- How can it be possible that I owe for a registration
deposit if my Account Detail online says I owe a zero
A registration deposit is not a charge to your university
account. It is a deposit towards a future term, so it is not
included in your balance due as shown on Account Detail. You will
need to pay both your balance and your registration deposit before
you can register.
- Will my registration deposit be on my
No. A registration deposit is a deposit towards a future term,
so it is not included on your E-bill. It is a separate $100
deposit due before you can register.
If you'd like to verify whether you've already made your
registration deposit for the upcoming semester, you can go to your
Account Detail page and view the section titled
"Enrollment/Registration Deposits Paid To UWSP" to see if your
registration deposit is listed as paid. If it is not listed as
paid, then you will still need to pay the deposit before you can