Cost and Financial Aid
Paying for college can be a challenge, but UW-Superior is a super-affordable four-year program -- and Minnesota residents pay close to in-state tuition rates.
Besides, nearly 90 percent of all Yellowjackets get some type of financial aid.
Do the math: UW quality + affordable cost + financial aid = Top value!
*Note: rates below are for a student registered full-time for the current (2012-13) school year.
Tuition and costs
Minnesota Resident: $8,153
Wisconsin Resident: $7,904
*May be eligible for an NTW Waiver
Tuition is based on the number of credit hours you take each semester. These figures are for full-time students (12 or more credits) and include all student fees. The cost of online courses may be charged separately.
Residence hall costs
Crownhart, Curran-McNeill-Ostrander, and Ross Residence Halls
Double Room: $3,140
Single Room: $4,430
Superior Plan: $1,380/semester (Unlimited access to the open dining venue plus $50 Jacket Cash per semester)
Black & Gold Plan: $1,175/semester (135 meals and $125 Jacket Cash per semester)
For more details about tuition and payment options, you may wish to visit our Bursar's/Cashiers Office website.
Use the handy UW-Superior Net Price Calculator to get an estimate of your annual school costs.
Financial Aid Facts:
Over 90 percent of UW-Superior students receive some type of financial aid, including grants, work-study, scholarships and loans.
The first step is to complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) online.
Minnesota Reciprocity-allows Minnesota students to attend UW-Superior and pay nearly the same tuition rate they would pay attending a Minnesota State University school. Minnesota residents must file for reciprocity through the Minnesota Office of Higher Education.
Scholarships- A limited number of new student scholarships are available. Your application for admission is your scholarship application.Want more? Here's a link to the UW-Superior Financial Aid Office.