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Goal: To allow graduate assistants (RA, PA, TA, LSA) to have three paychecks each term to use toward payment of segregated fees and other fees not covered by tuition remission.
*Other fees as described in this deferment policy could include, but are not limited to, the International Student Services Fee and the Registrar’s Office Document Fee.
- The due date for segregated and other fee payments is the first Friday after the third assistant paycheck of the term (or the day of the third paycheck if it falls on a Friday). (Friday, December 7, 2018 for the Fall 2018 term and Friday, April 5, 2019 for the Spring 2019 term).
- A late fee of $100 will not be assessed unless all segregated and other fees are not paid in full by the first Friday after the third graduate assistant paycheck of the term (or the day of the third paycheck if it falls on a Friday).
- Holds on academic records and enrollment will be placed if segregated and other fees are not paid by the first Friday after the third assistant paycheck for the term (or the day of the third paycheck if it falls on a Friday).
- Graduate assistants will be allowed to enroll and/or get transcripts once full payment of all tuition balances due has been made. Normal payment clearing periods will apply for students who have paid with bad checks/epayments in the past.
- Segregated and other fee bills will continue to show standard campus due dates (September for fall term and January for spring term) due to billing system limitations. However, the Bursar’s website will provide details of this graduate assistant segregated and other fee payment policy.
- This policy is in effect for fall and spring terms only. Segregated and other fees will be due as billed for summer terms.
- Specific due dates will be listed on students’ tuition eBills.
Note: Any financial aid and scholarships received will post to pay any charges for that term. This deferred payment is available to pay any segregated and other fees remaining after the posting of financial aid and scholarships.
Students with RA, TA, PA or LSA tuition remissions showing on their tuition account do not need to do anything in order to be eligible for the deferred payment plan.
If the student is eligible for a RA, TA, PA or LSA tuition remission, but the remission is not showing on their tuition account, the student needs to contact their department’s HR office to have them send the remission information to the Bursar’s Office. Once that information is received, the remission will be added to the student’s account. At that time, students with RA, TA, PA or LSA remissions will be eligible for the deferred payment plan.
Read the full article at: http://www.bussvc.wisc.edu/bursar/lteTaa.html