For comprehensive Financial Aid information please visit the UW Colleges Money Matters website.
Financial aid provides money to help you meet your college expenses. The FAFSA application process determines your eligibility for assistance; you must apply for financial aid each year.
For an explanation of the various types of financial aid, and for information about financial aid processes and policies, see the UW Colleges Money Matters website. A number of internet resources also can be accessed at that site.
For a great overview of Financial Aid, check out this University of WI System, "Journey Through Financial Aid" video!
UW- Manitowoc participates in various federal and state financial aid programs. Student aid is available in the form of scholarships and grants (which do not have to be repaid), loans (which are repaid after a student leaves school), and part-time employment. Financial aid will be paid based upon the number of credits that you have at the end of the tenth day of classes if the UW Colleges has received a financial aid application on the or before the date.
If you are receiving any financial assistance you are responsible for the timely payment of your fees including the $100 tuition deposit.
If you are already a UW-Manitowoc student and wish to remain eligible to receive financial aid, you are required to meet the following three conditions:
Note: UW Colleges students who complete the Associate of Arts and Science Degree or students who already have a bachelor's degree or other advanced degree upon admission to UW Colleges are not eligible to receive financial aid at UW Colleges. UW Colleges is authorized by the U.S. Department of Education to provide financial aid only to undergraduate students seeking the AAS degree.
The complete Satisfactory Academic Process (SAP) policy may be found online at www.uwc.edu in the financial section or in the UW Colleges Catalog. It is the student's responsibility to acquaint themselves with the entire policy and to direct questions to the Student Services Office.