Plan for your degree better with our new tuition lock program
The UW Flexible Option provides adults an affordable, respected University of Wisconsin education. Hundreds of adults have graduated from our programs in business, IT, and healthcare, who would otherwise have been unable to attend school. At the same time, we know that rising educational costs and increased economic uncertainty make it difficult to commit the financial resources toward earning your degree.
That’s why we created the Flex Tuition Guarantee. Our Flex Tuition Guarantee means your tuition will not increase as long as you’re active in the program. You can earn your degree without worrying about the rising costs of tuition.
“UW Flexible Option’s innovative format has already established itself as a godsend for working adults and professionals,” said Dr. Aaron Brower, Executive Director of UW Extended Campus. “The Flex Tuition Guarantee is another innovation that ensures adults can affordably accomplish their goals to earn their degree.”
Get a UW Flexible Option Degree Guide
Download an introductory guide (PDF) to the self-paced, competency-based UW Flexible Option programs, including details about costs, admission requirements, and more.
Achieve your degree on your schedule, and on your budget
UW Flexible Option programs are self-paced. You can move quickly through parts of your program based on your prior experiences and skill. If you need more time to master something, or you have a busy schedule, you’re able to go slower.
As long as you are an active UW Flexible Option student, this tuition lock remains in effect until you graduate, no matter how long that takes. That makes it easier for you to put together a budget of what your total cost to earn your degree might be based on your goal for completing your program.
Earning your degree is a major accomplishment, and has real benefits on your career, earnings, and skills. The Flex Tuition Guarantee is our commitment to you that your tuition will remain affordable until you finish your degree.
Learn more by visiting our FAQ page, and by calling one of our enrollment advisers at 608-262-2011.