How to Pay for College at UW-Superior
Paying for college can be a challenge, but UW-Superior is an affordable four-year program with nearly 82% of all UW-Superior students receiving some type of financial aid. To apply for financial aid, please file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at fafsa.ed.gov. Applications open on October 1. UW-Superior’s priority date for financial aid and scholarships is December 15.
UW-Superior awards more than $175,000 in new student scholarships every year. Minnesota residents pay close to in-state tuition rates, and students from outside Minnesota or Wisconsin may be eligible for our Nonresident Tuition Waiver.
Learn more about UW-Superior's undergraduate tuition and costs below:
Tuition reciprocity allows Minnesota residents to attend UW-Superior and pay the same tuition rate they would pay as a Minnesota resident attending the Minnesota State University System.
To qualify, students must file a reciprocity form before the end of their first semester of enrollment through the Minnesota Office of Higher Education.