How to Pay Your Bill

Bills are emailed around the 20th of each month for the following month and payment is due the first day of that month. A late payment fee of $10.00 per month will be charged to accounts which are past due after the 10th day of the month unless prior arrangements have been made with the Business Manager/Associate Director. Past due accounts will be subject to collection action. That action may include cancellation of enrollment, a hold placed on UWM student records, submission to the UWM Accounts Receivable Office for Department of Revenue tax intercept and/or placement with a collection agency.

Payments may be made in three ways:

  1. You can set up automated payment processing through Tuition Express (TE), by filling out and returning the TE Automated Payment Processing Form (available here and at our reception desk). ACH (Automated Clearinghouse) debits will occur on the 5th of each month. Please note that the bank account should be associated with the primary payee listed in your Procare account.
  2. Payment may be made by check and mailed to the UWM Cashier’s Office. Checks should be made out to: ‘UWM Children’s Learning Center’ and mailed to the following address. You can pick up pre-addressed envelopes at our reception desk.

The University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee Cashier’s Office
PO Box 500
Milwaukee, WI 53201

  1. Payments may be made in person by check or cash at the UWM Cashier’s Office. Click on the following link for current office hours. (https://uwm.edu/onestop/#contact. The office is located at Mitchell Hall, Room 285, 3203 N. Downer Avenue.

The UWM Children’s Learning Center accepts State and Federal assistance vouchers/payments. Parents are required to discuss third party authorization with the Business Manager/Associate Director upon acceptance to the Center to review the Center’s process for application of any additional discounts they may qualify for.

Third-party payments made with MyWIChildCare EBT cards can be made by phone or online using the process established by the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families.