Great Value & Savings
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee at Washington County offers a high-quality University of Wisconsin degree and thousands of dollars in savings over the course of two years.
Segregated fees are not included.*
|Fall & Spring Full-Time Tuition (12-18 Credits)||Fall & Spring Part-Time Tuition (per credit)||Summer Full-time Tuition (6-9 credits)||Summer Part-Time Tuition (per credit)||Winterim Part-Time Tuition (per credit)|
|Minnesota Reciprocity Residents||$2,375.16*||$197.93*||$1,187.58*||$197.93*||$197.93|
- *Segregated fees are charges, in addition to instructional fees, assessed to all students for student services, activities, programs and facilities that support the mission of the University of Wisconsin System institutions.
- Special course fees for specific courses may apply. Please visit the course schedule for your campus.
- UW Colleges Online courses are not included on the above schedule. Visit UW Colleges Online tuition and fee schedule for more information.
2018-19 Segregated Fees
Segregated fees are per term based on full-time status.
Tuition is set by the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents. Segregated fees are recommended by each local student body, reviewed by the Chancellor and approved by the Board of Regents.
All tuition and fees are payable at the time of registration. Students must either pay in full by the due date or enter into a credit agreement.
At UW Colleges, a student is considered a full-time student if their credit load in fall or spring is between 12 and 18 credits. For all credits over 18 the per credit rate applies. A student is considered to be a full-time student in summer term if their credit load is between 6 and 9 credits. For all credits over 9, the per credit rate applies. For more details, please visit the course schedule for your campus.
Online courses, BAAS courses, FLEX and study abroad courses are excluded from the fee plateau. Definition: plateau rate is where a student pays one fee for 12-18 credits.
In addition to the above standard tuition and fees, freshmen are required to pay the new student ($150) and placement test ($30) fees. The new student transfer fee is non-refundable.
All freshmen will be charged a $15 ID card fee. This non-refundable fee is not covered by financial aid and must be paid separately. The $15 fee includes $10 preloaded on your card for your use.
Transfer fees for new students are $150. New student and transfer fees are non-refundable.
All transfer students will be charged a $15 ID card fee. This non-refundable fee is not covered by financial aid and must be paid separately. The $15 fee includes $10 preloaded on your card for your use.
All international students will be assessed an international student fee of $125 per semester. See more information on international student tuition and fees.
Please visit the Student Finances Office page on the UW Colleges website for detailed information including misc. fees, Red Flag Rules and 1098-T Forms.