UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls

Payment Information

Make a Payment

  1. To pay online log into your student account on eSIS and if you scroll to your finance section, about in the middle of the page, there is a yellow "Make a Payment" button. Please click on this and fill in the information requested.  You may make a payment online with either a checking/savings account or a credit card. Presently we accept MasterCard, Discover, Visa and American Express. Domestic Credit Cards will incur a 2.75% fee and International Credit Cards a 4.25% fee. 
  2. Students you will be REQUIRED to set your parents (or others that you have granted access to in eSIS) as an Authorized Payer in CASHNet.  They will not be able to make an electronic payment on your behalf if you do not set them up as an Authorized Payer in CASHNet. 
  3. To pay in person please bring in cash or check to the Student Billing office located in 215 North Hall. Payments can be made from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
  4. If the Student Billing Office is closed please use the secure locked drop box located on our door at 215 North Hall for payments after hours.
  5. To pay by mail please allow 7 to 10 days for mail delivery service. Send a check, cashier check or money order to:
UW-River Falls Student Billing 
410 S. 3rd Street 
215 North Hall 
River Falls WI 54022
 
 
Post dated checks will not be accepted, and returned.
 

 

Make an e-check payment

 

ELECTRONIC CHECK PAYMENTS

Please refer to making an electronic check online payment tutorial if you need help making an electronic check payment.

Make a credit card payment

 

CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS

Credit card payments may only be made online and cannot be made over the phone. Domestic credit cards will incur a 2.75% fee and International credit cards will incur a 4.25% fee. 

If you have a debit card, get the routing number and bank account number associated with your debit card from your bank.  Use those numbers to make an electronic check payment.

Please refer to make a credit card payment tutorial if you need help making a credit card payment.

Partial payment plan

 

You do not need to sign up for our partial payment plan. If you plan on participating in this payment plan, just make your payments as described below.

The University offers a partial payment plan for Fall and Spring terms which provides for two installment payments after the initial due date. Tuition is due approximately 10 business days before the beginning of the term. Refer to Student Billing or your on-line eSIS account for actual due dates. A minimum of 33.3% or 1/3 is due by the first payment date for the term. An additional 33.3% is due 30 days after the initial due date. The remaining balance is due 30 days after the second payment, including the finance charge. All charges on the student account are eligible for the partial payment plan.

Pending Financial Aid, is not shown on your billing statement and is not considered your first 1/3 payment. Click on the pending aid link in the Finance Section of your eSIS Student Center.  Deduct pending aid from Total Due to calculate your portion of tuition and fees.  Pay this amount in full or 1/3 of this amount to meet the minimum 1/3 payment by the first due date in the fall and spring semester.

You must pay at least 1/3 of your portion of tuition and fees by the first due date of the semester to avoid a $75.00 late payment fee.

A FINANCE CHARGE, assessed at 1.25% per month, an annual percentage of 15%, calculated on the unpaid balance will be added to each bill. To avoid all finance charges, the account must be paid in full by the second due date of the Fall or Spring term.  This means that any remaining balance after the second due date is subject to a 1.25% finance charge every month it is not paid.  If you are on the partial payment plan you will be assessed one 1.25% finance charge on your last payment.

All financial aid awards must be disbursed to the account by the second due date to avoid finance charges. It is the student's responsibility to complete all financial aid requirements and monitor the status of his/her anticipated aid. Financial aid can sometimes take longer than expected and families should be prepared to start as early as possible in order to avoid late fees and finance charges. Finance fees are not waived just because a student has signed up for financial aid but it has not dispersed to the account yet.

Students on the partial payment plan will be billed for the full amount of the outstanding bill each month. Students may pay the remaining balance or more than the minimum percentage at any time to avoid further charges and fees.

There is no partial payment plan available for J-Term or Summer sessions.  Pay by the due date stated on the first invoice for J-Term or Summer to avoid finance charges.

Contact Us

Student Billing Office
billing@uwrf.edu
715-425-3145
M-F, 7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
215 North Hall