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21 North Park Street Operations

The Division of Business Services is open for business. For information related to current Business Services and building operations, visit the Division’s Business Operations Continuity site.

The 21 North Park Street building is open Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.

The building manager is on site Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. if you require assistance.

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Plan Business Travel & Get Reimbursed

Plan your UW-Madison business trip. Determine the best options for transportation and lodging. Get reimbursed for your travel and non-travel related expenses.

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Paying Tuition

Common tasks and questions that students and parents have about tuition at UW-Madison are now found on the Bursar’s website.

Let parents pay my bill

Allow other individuals, such as parents, to access a student’s tuition account.

Add an authorized payer

Ways to pay tuition

There are several options including the preferred method of online payments.

Paying tuition

When is tuition due?

Current deadlines for tuition bills, eRefunds, and BadgerPay installments.

Tuition due dates

Making Purchases

Understand the recommended way to purchase products and services at UW-Madison, including where to buy, how to pay, and who needs to be involved.

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Common Business Tasks

Worker’s Compensation

How and when to file a claim, eligibility and benefits. Notify your supervisor immediately if you’ve sustained an injury or contracted an illness at work.

Manage a claim

Pay others

How to pay departments, students, and vendors at UW-Madison. Also: managing wire transactions, foreign payments, and voiding payments.

Make a payment

Deposits / Revenues / Receivables

How to deposit revenue or accept credit card payments, sometimes referred to as “payments-in.”

Manage Payments-In

Policies and Procedures

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Following business policies and procedures are essential to making sure UW-Madison and all its resources are in compliance which helps minimize risk to the university, establishes fairness in practice, and helps create understandable guidelines to follow.

Review business policies and procedures