Looking onward to fall semester reveals current funds insufficient to support UW

Online instruction has left a large impact on UW financially, current UW budget will be insufficient if fall semester is fully digital

UW-Madison Campus

ASM, UW administrators address student concerns, COVID-19 resources in virtual town hall

Panelists answered questions about grading policies, mental health, financial aid

UW-Madison Campus

Office of Student Financial Aid, Open Seat offer support to struggling students during COVID-19 shutdowns

Emergency funds still available through Office of Financial Aid

UW-Madison Campus

UPDATED: Teaching Assistants’ Association sends letter to university administration demanding more support during COVID-19

Letter received over 900 signatures from TAA members, allies

UW-Madison Campus

UW stop applying travel grants to graduate student’s segregated fees

Teaching Assistants Association member calls change ‘necessary but insufficient,’ graduate students asking for clarity

UW-Madison Campus

UW aims for enhanced financial aid programs to help increase accessibility for low-income students

Despite current programs, many students still feel financial burden paying for college


Parents, students paying larger share of college costs, study finds

Families paid 34 percent of children's college education from 2017 to 2018, 11 percent jump from prior year


Badger Promise program helps financially disadvantaged students make most of UW

College students have enough on their plate without having to worry about how they plan to pay off student debt

State of Wisconsin

Wisconsin Democrats propose bill to alleviate student debt

Legislators' proposal would form partly student-led body to develop loan program


State debt specialist looks to provide students with resources to make college affordable

Gov. Scott Walker created the position to further help students pay for college within UW System