Graduate Financial Aid
Committed to the philosophy that all students should have access to a quality graduate school, UW Oshkosh offers affordable graduate programs, as well as numerous forms of financial aid. Through the Office of Graduate Studies, the Financial Aid Office and individual departments, students can receive financial assistance in the form of loans, grants, scholarships and student employment.
The UW Oshkosh Alumni Relations Office has partnered with Kaplan Test Prep & Admissions to bring all UW Oshkosh Alumni a discounted price on graduate test preparation. Visit the Kaplan Test Prep website for more information.
A good portion of financial assistance available to graduate students is offered as loans. The Financial Aid Office can help students secure this type of aid. In addition to federal and state loans, the Financial Aid office has resources about grants, scholarships and work-study.
Graduate students can find more details about financial information and assistance through these links:
Subsidized Federal Direct Loans for a maximum of $8,500 will only be available for the 2011-12 academic year.
- Types of assistance available
- Satisfactory Academic Progress
- NASFAA "Financing Graduate Education" guide
- "Cash Course - Financing graduate education"
- "Cash Course - Scholarship opportunities"
- Income-Based Repayment program |[IBR calculator] | (Pay-as-You-Earn repayment plan)
Office of Graduate Studies
When financing opportunities become available, the Office of Graduate Studies will post information on the corresponding link below. Also, financing updates are regularly posted on our Facebook and Twitter pages.
- Employment Opportunities On Campus
- Graduate Assistantships
- Graduate Studies Travel Fund
- Grant Opportunities
- Scholarships, Fellowships, and Internships
The Student Accounts Receivable office posts and maintains the official tuition and fees chart for each semester. This tuition and fee information changes at least every semester. Consult these charts regularly to help you budget for your educational expenses. NOTE: At this time the MBA, DNP and MSW programs have non-standard tuition and fees.
For international students, please see our Estimated Expenses and Costs Chart for academic year 2012-13.
Students may also contact their program’s department to see if additional graduate financial assistance is available.