We accept Visa and MasterCard. You may use a credit card when paying by phone, fax, mail, in person and online (limited to certain online courses only).
You may use a check or money order to pay by mail or in-person. Checks must be in U.S. funds and drawn from a U.S. bank. There is a $25 service charge for returned checks.
For safety reasons, we prefer that students do not pay in cash. We will accept cash if you have no other way to make your payment. You must have the exact amount; Registration Services cannot provide change.
A third-party payment is a payment by a party other than the student. For instance, if your employer has agreed to pay your educational costs upfront, on your behalf, this is a third-party payment. However, if your employer requires you to pay UWPCE and then apply for reimbursement, the employer is not considered a third-party payer.
To pay via third-party, you must present a purchase order or letter of authorization to bill from the employer with your registration form at the time of registration. An invoice will be sent to your employer after you register; an invoice cannot be produced prior to registration.
If you are a certificate program student who is planning on using financial aid, including a private loan, as a payment method, you must sign your registration form and check the financial aid box in the method of payment section.
If you are taking a single course and paying with financial aid, you must submit a payment agreement form with your registration form.
If you planning to pay with a private loan, Registration Services must certify your loan before it can be applied to your account. Email email@example.com with your full name and UW student number.
If the amount of your loan is greater than the charges on your account, the difference will be sent to you via direct deposit or as a check mailed to your local address on file.
If you're an international student, you may also pay using a wire transfer via your bank or a service called Flywire.
To pay by bank wire transfer:
To pay using Flywire: