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Grants for Undergraduate Students


Financial Aid Office

University of Wisconsin-Superior

Old Main 110
Belknap and Catlin
P.O. Box 2000
Superior, WI 54880

ph. 715-394-8200

fax. 715-394-8027

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Financial Aid Office

Grants for Undergraduate Students

A grant is a cash award based on financial need that you do not need to repay.  Eligibility requirements listed are not exhaustive.

Grant

Who's eligible?

How do I apply?

Other info

Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) grant

Students of Native American heritage

FAFSA* and Indian Scholarship application

Information available through BIA or your tribe

Indian Student Assistance grant

WI residents of Native American heritage

FAFSA* and Student Assistance Grant Application

Up to $1100

Iraq and Afghanistan Service grant (or zero EFC determination)

Children of military personnel killed in Iraq or Afghanistan after 9/11/01.  Must have been less than 24 years old at time of parent's death or enrolled at least part-time at an institution of higher education.

FAFSA*

If you are eligible to receive a Pell grant, it will be determined that you have a zero EFC for all federal aid programs.
If you are not eligible to receive a Pell grant, you will be eligible for this grant in the same amount as a maximum Pell grant, not to exceed the cost of attendance.

Lawton Undergraduate Retention Grant (LUMRG)

Full-time, minority residents of WI who have completed 24 credits

FAFSA*

Based on financial need; limited funds.  You are required to apply for this grant every year.

MN Tuition Reciprocity

MN residents

MN Office of Higher Education

Reduces out of state tuition

Non-resident Tuition Waiver (NTW)

  Students outside WI or MN attending UW-Superior

NTW application

 
Limited funds available; reduces non-resident tuition

Pell grant

High need students seeking first bachelor's degree

FAFSA*

Up to $2822 per semester, limited to 12 full time semesters.  The Pell Grant is awarded according to EFC and enrollment status.

Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG)

 High need students

FAFSA*

Varying amounts to $700 SEOG is awarded on a first come, first serve basis; limited funds.

Talent Incentive Program (TIP)

WI residents who are minorities or first-generation university students with extreme financial need. 

FAFSA* and TIP application

TIP application available from high school counselor. Must be nominated as a freshman; limited to 10 semesters. Varying amounts up to $1800.  More info available at HEAB

Tuition Assistance Grant (TAG)

WI residents whose annual family income is less than $60,000 who have unmet financial need, who are not receiving WHEG.

FASFA*

Limited funds, up to the increase in tuition over the prior year, for students continuously enrolled for six years, beginning in either 2009-10 or 2010-11.

WI Higher Education Grant (WHEG)

WI residents

FAFSA*

Based on financial need; limit of 10 semesters

*Only one FAFSA needs to be filed for each academic year.


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