Financial aid is available to Adult Degree students who have financial need. By completing the necessary applications, students are automatically considered for scholarships, grants, or loans for which they may qualify. The Financial Aid Office (920-465-2075) can provide detailed information about general aid programs and scholarships.
UW-Green Bay offers several state and UW-System programs that are targeted for minority students. Contact an advisor in the Financial Aid Office (920-465-2075) for specific program information.
Students should apply for financial aid as early as possible prior to their semester of enrollment. To apply for financial aid, a student must:
- Submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA form can be completed online at http://fafsa.ed.gov. The University of Wisconsin federal college code is 003899
- Complete and submit all requests for additional or clarifying information
The priority date for applying for financial aid is April 1. The priority date is not a deadline; it is a date by which a student may reasonably expect to be considered for the maximum amount of financial aid available. The submission of a FAFSA is the only application needed to be considered for all federal and state grant programs, and federal loan programs. The FAFSA may be submitted before a student is admitted to the University.