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Unpaid Tuition & Fees

In accordance with the Gateway Technical College Board policy, a hold will be placed on a student’s account for any debt owed to the college of more than $200. Students with a debt of $200 or less can register for courses and services. However, until all outstanding debts to Gateway Technical College are resolved, access to records will be restricted. Students with an account balance will not have access to transcripts, diplomas, or enrollment verification. Students may owe debts to Gateway that are related to registration, financial aid, library, returned checks, or for other miscellaneous reasons. A student’s debts are retained on his/her record until cleared.

Gateway does utilize an outside collections agency and the Wisconsin Department of Revenue State Debt Collections program (SDC) to collect outstanding debts owed to the College. In the event of such action, students are responsible to pay all costs of collection, including reasonable attorney’s fees, incurred by Gateway Technical College or its representatives in connection with the collection of the past due debt.

State Debt Collections Program (SDC)

Gateway Technical College refers students with an outstanding balance occurring during the 2014 Spring term or after to the State Debt Collections Program (SDC). Students that have been notified of collections should contact SDC directly to make payment arrangements by calling (608) 264-0345 or online on the State of Wisconsin Department of Revenue website

In accordance with the Gateway Technical College Board policy, a hold will be placed on a student’s account for any debt owed to the college of more than $200. Students with a debt of $200 or less can register for courses and services. However, until all outstanding debts to Gateway Technical College are resolved, access to records will be restricted. Students with an account balance will not have access to transcripts, diplomas, or enrollment verification. Students may owe debts to Gateway that are related to registration, financial aid, library, returned checks, or for other miscellaneous reasons. A student’s debts are retained on his/her record until cleared.

Gateway does utilize an outside collections agency and the Wisconsin Department of Revenue State Debt Collections program (SDC) to collect outstanding debts owed to the College. In the event of such action, students are responsible to pay all costs of collection, including reasonable attorney’s fees, incurred by Gateway Technical College or its representatives in connection with the collection of the past due debt.

State Debt Collections Program (SDC)
Gateway Technical College refers students with an outstanding balance occurring during the 2014 Spring term or after to the State Debt Collections Program (SDC). Students that have been notified of collections should contact SDC directly to make payment arrangements by calling (608) 264-0345 or online on the "Financial Aid Forms" section of the site's Forms page. Make sure to carefully read the directions on this form.