A quality education you can afford
As a social worker, the responsibility of finding funding sources may be a part of your advocacy work. So it's fitting that we begin now, by addressing financial roadblocks that may be barriers to your education. Whether its applying for a student loan, a MSW grant, a graduate studies scholarship or a teaching assistantship, we have options to help you pay for your graduate degree in social work.
The Child Welfare stipend and $1,000 Ada E. Deer MSW Scholarship, and other graduate studies funding is available.
We offer a 12-credit (~20-hour) a teaching assistantship for MSW students.
Graduate students are eligible for financial aid and can apply for student loans.
We're here to answer your questions. For more information on UW-Green Bay's Master of Social Work program, how to get started, or any other needs, please contact us.