Resources

The following are links to online resources that may be helpful in the financial aid process:

Learning About Financial Aid

Some sites are specifically for secondary students learning about going to college:

Filing for Financial Aid

Understanding Your Award Offer

Important Information - UW-Superior Financial Aid 

Self-Service Information - Information on how to electronically accept or decline financial aid.

Student Employment - Opportunities found in a majority of offices/departments on campus, which vary in degree of difficulty and wage rate 

Scholarship Resources

Loan Resources

  • If you are a first time borrower under the Direct Loan program, you must complete an electronic Master Promissory Note
  • If you are a first time borrower under the Direct Loan program, you must complete Loan Entrance Counseling
  • PLUS Loan Master Promissory Note for parents of a dependent student taking a Parent PLUS loan.
  • Direct Loans may be serviced by several different service centers. It is the goal of the Department of Education that all of your Direct Loans will have the same servicer. To find out who is servicing your loan(s), please log onto studentaid.gov and view the individual loan(s). Each will list the servicer with their customer service contact information. Customer Service Centers include Direct Loan Servicing, Great Lakes, Nelnet, Fedloan (PHEAA), Sallie Mae, CornerStone, HESC/Edfinancial, Granie State - GSMR, and OSLA Servicing.

Military Educational Benefit Resources

Other Federal Resources