Make a payment on your student account using one of these methods:
- Online: Log into myMadisonCollege and click "My Finances".
- In person: Cash, credit or checks are accepted at any campus. A photo ID is required.
- Mail: Send your check or money order to Madison College Student Account Services, PO Box 7906, Madison, WI 53707-7906.
- Wire Transfer (international students only): Contact ISS@madisoncollege.edu or 608.246.6201 for directions.
- Authorized Third Party (parents or family members): Contact email@example.com for directions.
- Payments cannot be made over the phone.
- Payment plans are not available; however, partial payments are accepted. Tuition is due in full by the due date.
- When paying on behalf of a student, you must present their student ID number or social security number. Note: We cannot disclose the balance due on the student's account.
- Past due fee holds are removed one day after the final online payment is processed. If a hold is not removed, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once you register for classes, your billing depends on the classes you enrolled in.
- Credit courses: You will receive an electronic invoice for credit courses in your college email account.
- Continuing education courses: Invoices are mailed within 14 days of registration.
You can view your current account balance in myMadisonCollege.
You are expected to pay your tuition and fees by the date on your invoice. Standard due dates are as follows:
- Fall: September 30
- Spring: February 15
- Summer: June 30
If you register for a class on or after the due date, payment is due immediately.
You are responsible for all tuition and fees for enrolled classes, unless you officially drop your classes. Non-attendance does not reduce tuition and fees owed.
If you do not pay your tuition in full by the due date, a hold is placed on your record. The results of this hold are as follows:
- You cannot register for additional classes.
- You cannot view your grades.
- You cannot obtain an enrollment verification.
- Access to other records and services may also be restricted.
You are allowed to make partial payments online or on campus. However, a hold is removed only after you pay your tuition in full.
If you owe tuition and fees after the due date has passed, your account may be referred to an outside agency for collection and credit bureau reporting. You will be notified 20 days prior to this action occurring. We may provide that agency with your:
- Enrollment history
- Tuition payment history
- Student ID number
- Social security number
If this happens, you are responsible for all costs of collections. This may include reasonable attorney's fees incurred by the College or its representatives in connection with the collection of the past due amount.
Once your balance is paid in full, all holds are released and access to your records returns to normal. Contact Financial Operations at email@example.com if your hold does not disappear after your balance is paid.