Credit Balance Refunds
A credit balance is created when you over pay your student account or some action results in
an overpayment. This type of overpayment can't be processed via direct deposit. These
types of refunds must be processed through the Accounts Receivable office. The Accounts
Receivable office does not automatically process refunds during the four week drop/add period
at the start of each semester. Before any credit balance is refunded, your student status
must be reviewed. If you drop classes or withdraw from UWSP, after receiving grants or loans,
the financial aid awarded/paid to you may need to be adjusted. The Financial Aid office will
review any financial aid paid to you and complete any adjustment before the A/R office can process
your refund. Refund checks are mailed to your local address if you are currently registered,
or to your home address if you are no longer attending UWSP. Refund checks are mailed 7-10 working
days from the date they are processed by the Accounts Receivable Office. Refunds from withdrawals
may take up to 30 days processing time.
Matriculation Fee Refund Policy
- Cancellation from UWSP would result in cancellation of your matriculation fee.
- Withdrawal from UWSP resulting in a reduction of tuition will have the matriculation fee canceled.
- Withdrawal from UWSP with no reduction of tuition, the full matriculation fee will be charged.
- Withdrawals which have the 20% non-attendance rule applied will have the matriculation fee canceled.
Matriculation fee information: http://www.uwsp.edu/stuaffairs/Pages/segregatedfees.aspx
Financial Aid Refunds
Financial Aid refund checks for credit balances will begin being mailed in early September. Be sure to keep your address current in accesSPoint. Direct deposit is currently under construction. Please watch for updates to sign up for direct deposit in accesSPoint.
All approved financial aid is processed through the Bursar's Office. Electronic financial aid
payments are processed Monday through Friday. Funds are applied on the student's University account, and
refund checks are mailed directly to the student's local address. All balances must be paid in
full before a refund check can be issued.
Students are responsible for keeping address information current.
Change Your Address online or contact the Enrollment Services Center to request an address change.
If you have questions regarding your financial aid status, please contact the Financial Aid Office,
(715)-346-4771. Your University account information can be viewed at