- Undergraduate Students
- Graduate 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: Advanced Opportunity Grant (AOP)
Who's eligible: Disadvantaged or minority students
Other Info: Limited funds available
Grant: Beecroft Graduate Travel grant
Who's eligible: Students whose graduate work would be aided by travel
Other Info: One-time award up to $1000
Grant: Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) grant
Who's eligible: Students of Native American heritage
Apply: FAFSA* and Indian Scholarship application
Other Info: Information available through BIA or your tribe.
Grant: Indian Student Assistance grant
Who's eligible: WI residents of Native American heritage
Apply: FAFSA* and Student Assistance Grant Application
Other Info: Up to $1100
Grant: MN Tuition Reciprocity
Who's eligible: MN residents
Other Info: Reduces out of state tuition
Grant: Non-resident tuition waiver (NTW)
Who's eligible: Students outside WI or MN attending UW-Superior
Apply: NTW application
Other Info: Limited funds available; reduces non-resident tuition. Note: Students enrolled in a fully-online degree program are not charged non-resident tuition and therefore are not eligible for the NTW Program.
Grant: TEACH Grant
Who's eligible: Graduate students admitted to the Master of Science in Education and who are in the Special Education program. Financial Aid will notify students if they are eligible to apply for the TEACH Grant.
Apply: FAFSA* and addtional documentation that will be sent out by UW-Superior to eligible students.
Other Info: Federal Student Aid, TEACH Grant
*Only one FAFSA needs to be filed for each academic year.