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List of Available Online Courses

Tuition for Online Professional Development Courses

$441 per semester hour graduate credit
$441 for a one-credit course, $882 for a two-credit course, $1,323 for a three-credit course

Spring Tuition Due Date - February 27, 2019
For courses beginning in January, February, and March 2019

Summer Tuition Due Date - July 17, 2019
For courses beginning in April, May, and June 2019

There is no registration fee and no technology fee. 

Tuition is the same fee for Wisconsin residents, out-of-state and international participants.

Payment Options include e-check, check, money order, employer purchase order, or credit card. Billing information and due dates will be posted on your Access Stout Self Service web page. No bills are sent via postal mail or email.

** A $75.00 late fee will be charged to the student's account if payment has not been received by the due date.

Register Online

Complete the Online Registration Request Form

***Note the course number and title from the course list before you begin filling out the registration form.

Our online registration is secure and easy to use. It allows you to save your work and come back later.

Registration Confirmation
Registering online provides you with immediate notification that your registration request has been received.

The registrar's office will email your confirmation, student ID, username, and how to set up a password within 1-2 business days. The email will be sent to the email address listed on your registration form.

Instructions about e-textbooks, orientation, and course login will be sent to you via email ten days before the course begins.

If you have a question or experience difficulty registering online, email the Registrar's Office

outreachreg@uwstout.edu
Phone: 715-232-5167
Office Hours: 8 AM - 4:30 PM CST Monday - Friday

Drop Policy 
If you need to drop the class before the first day of class, send a cancellation request by email to Registration and Records at outreachreg@uwstout.edu 

No tuition is owed if the course has not started or is dropped before the fifth day of the class.

Inactivity in a course does not constitute a course drop or withdrawal from the university. You will be financially responsible for the course registration unless you notify the appropriate person to drop or withdraw.  

Drop Fee After the Fifth Day of Class
If a student drops the course after the fifth day of class, there is an additional $15 fee and partial tuition is owed.

Tuition Due for Course Withdrawals
Failure to withdraw a class in the permitted time frame will result in billing for the full amount of the course tuition. Tuition is calculated based on the date of the email request sent to the registrar’s office.
Refund Schedule

Withdrawal Fee if the Course Has Started
If a student withdraws from the university during the first two weeks of the course, an administrative fee (withdrawal fee) is assessed. The fees are $50.00 for a first-week withdrawal and $100 for any withdrawal during the second week or after the second week. 
Withdrawal and Drop Fees
 
 

How to View Your Bill Online

Login and view billing information and due dates on your Access Stout Self Service web page.

  1. Select Self Service
  2. Select Student Center
  3. Under Finances you will see how much you owe

If you have billing questions or need a receipt for tuition reimbursement, contact Student Business Services:

Phone: 715-232-1656
Email sbservices@uwstout.edu 
Office hours: Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. CST

If you are mailing payments to:
UW-Stout Student Business Services 
712 S Broadway Street 
Menomonie, WI 54751 
Include your university student ID number or social security number with your payment.

Payment Options include e-check, check, money order, employer purchase order, or credit card.

 

Course Descriptions and Course Numbers

Online Catalog with Course Start and Ending Dates

Enroll in a single course at UW-Stout for continuing education, a certificate program, or a course for license renewal, transfer credit to another university, or for professional development.