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Customers who return their parking permit to the Parking Office on or before March 31 will receive a prorated refund of the purchase cost. Information about refund procedures and amounts is provided below.
Refund of permit cost is provided subject to the following guidelines:
Students who graduate at semester or who don't need their permit for the second semester may return the permit and receive a prorated refund. A check will be mailed to students who paid cash. A credit will be added to the account of students who paid for their permit as part of their student fees.
Caution: Students cannot assign their permit to another user. A permit may only be used by the registered user. An unregistered user/vehicle using a parking permit is subject to fraudulent use penalties and confiscation of the permit.
A student may either:
Faculty/Staff may return their permit and have their payroll deduction ended. The payroll deduction typically begins one month after receipt of the permit, and extends one month after return of the permit. Note: both classified and unclassified deductions are taken once per month.
The parking permit payroll deduction is not an exact match for the term of use of the permit. Additional factors such as the fixed cost of selling a permit, and granting primary weight to the regular school session are factored into the refund schedule. Consequently, the prorated cost of the permit will not perfectly align with the prorated use of the permit. Following are our internal guidelines for processing payroll deduction refunds:
Payroll deduction refund procedure
This procedure is designed to align a payroll deduction refund as closely as possible with its pro-rated cost from September through May.