Please visit the Tuition & Fees page for the most up-to-date information on costs.
Login to your MyWord account, and go to the UIW ePayment Center (located under Launchpad on the left-hand side). Once in the ePayment Center, visit the "Your e-Bills" section to view your published invoice, or click the "Current Tuition Bill/Class Schedule" link to view a dynamic itemized bill.
Tuition is due in full by the first day of class, or the student must be enrolled in a payment plan (refer to the Academic Calendar for dates).
Yes! Students may enroll in a monthly payment plan in their UIW ePayment Center. For more information, visit How to Pay.
Yes. Students who are not enrolled in a payment plan or have not paid their tuition in full by the first day of class are subject to a $75 late validation fee. Late fees are assessed each month until the account is paid in full or the the payment plan is current.
Yes. A 2.75% convenience fee (4.25% for international cards) will be assessed to all credit and debit card transactions. Card payments must be made online via your ePayment Center. Computers are also available in the Business Office for online payments.
You can avoid convenience fees by using the following payment methods:
Banded tuition is a set price for all undergraduate students taking 12-18 hours of coursework.
These are mandatory fees assessed to all students for the use of campus facilities. Students are charged based on the number of hours he/she is taking each semester.
All students are charged a one-time fee to cover the cost of institutional records (i.e. transcripts, enrollment verification, etc.)
Per university policy, all full-time domestic students and all international students must carry medical insurance, and are automatically charged for the school-sponsored plan. If a domestic student carries his/her own insurance, the student can complete an insurance waiver online prior to the posted deadline. International students are not allowed to waive coverage per UIW policy.
All students are billed based on the classification on their student record (i.e. undergraduate student, graduate student, doctoral student). For example, if a student is admitted to the graduate program, then any courses that the student enrolls in (regardless of the level of the course) will be charged at the graduate tuition rate.
Graduation fees are assessed by the Registrar's Office to process students' graduation applications, and to review your academic file. For those who submit their application after the posted deadline, a late application fee will be assessed in addition to the graduation fee.