Grants for Undergraduate Students
- 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: 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:Iraq and Afghanistan Service grant (or zero EFC determination)
Who's eligible: 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.
Other Info: 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.
Grant: Lawton Undergraduate Retention Grant (LUMRG)
Who's eligible: Full-time, minority residents of WI who have completed 24 credits
Other Info: Based on financial need; limited funds. You are required to apply for this grant every year.
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: Pell grant
Who's eligible: High need students seeking first bachelor's degree
Other Info: Up to $2908 per semester, limited to 12 full time semesters. The Pell Grant is awarded according to EFC and enrollment status.
Grant: Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG)
Who's eligible: High need students
Other Info: Varying amounts to $700 SEOG is awarded on a first come, first serve basis; limited funds.
Grant: Talent Incentive Program (TIP)
Who's eligible: WI residents who are minorities or first-generation university students with extreme financial need.
Apply: FAFSA* and TIP application
Other Info: 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
Grant: Tuition Assistance Grant (TAG)
Who's eligible: WI undergraduate residents with financial need.
Other Info: Must be seeking their first bachelor's degree and enrolled at least 1/2 time.
Grant: WI Grant
Who's eligible: WI undergraduate residents
Other Info: Based on financial need; limit of 10 semesters
*Only one FAFSA needs to be filed for each academic year.