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Add-On Program Fees

Fees are subject to change.

Transcript Review Fee

The cost of reviewing transcripts for the Add-On Program is $50.  This non-refundable fee covers the review of all transcripts and processing of the Determination Letter.  This fee is required at the time of the review along with the Transcript Review Form.  Your transcript review is typically valid for one year.

Admission Fee

The cost of Admission to the Center for Additional Teaching Licenses is $250 and is required at the time of application.  This non-refundable fee covers the designing of a personal program for you and the instruction in and reviewing of your professional portfolio.

Life Experience

The cost to submit life experience for the Add-On Program is $75 per course.  For more information on Life Experience please review the website or contact your Program Coordinator.

Tuition Fee

The cost of tuition for all the required coursework necessary to obtaining a new license, including that of the required practicum, is the candidate’s responsibility. This will vary depending on the individual nature of each candidate’s needs and where you enroll to complete required coursework. For information on UW Oshkosh's tuition please visit Student Financial Services for updated information.  

Please note that UW Oshkosh does NOT send out paper bills.  You will need to access your accounts once enrolled to pay your tuition.

Content Test(s) Fees

  • The Content Test(s) fees are subject to change. Please visit the ETS website (www.ets.org) for current Praxis II fee information.
  • Foreign Language licenses require the ACTFL test for licensure. Please click here for more information.
  • All EC-MC and MC-EA licenses now require the Wisconsin Reading Foundation Test.

Wisconsin DPI License Application Fee

The DPI license application fee is currently $125, payable at time of application; however this may be subject to change. Please visit the DPI website for current fee information.

Financial Aid

Because we are a non-degree seeking program, it is our understanding that Add-On candidates are ineligible for financial aid through UW Oshkosh's Financial Aid Office.

Financial assistance may be available through private lenders. When pursuing a private loan, it is important to consider such factors as who will be the borrower, the interest rate, loan origination fees, repayment terms, and repayment options.

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