900 Wood Road
Kenosha, WI 53141
Office of Financial Aid, UW-Parkside
PO Box 2000
Kenosha, WI. 53141-2000
Phone: (262) 595-2574
Fax: (262) 595-2216
How much will a year at UW-Parkside cost? Click here for projected costs (PDF).
The Student Guide to Federal Aid-(http://www.ed.gov/prog_info/SFA/StudentGuide/)
The Student Guide, made available by the U.S. Department of Education, contains a lot of information here about federal aid programs and the application process. The Student Guide is the most comprehensive resource on student financial aid from the U.S. Department of Education. Grants, loans, and work-study are the three major forms of student financial aid available through the Department's Student Financial Assistance office. Updated each award year, The Student Guide tells you about the programs and how to apply for them.
Student financial Assistance Programs--U.S. Department of Education-(http://www.ed.gov/studentaid)
The Student Financial Assistance Programs are the largest source of student aid in America, providing over $40 billion a year in grants, loans, and work assistance. This Web site can help students at every stage of the financial aid process, whether they're in school or out of school.
U.S. Department of Education Home Page-(http://www.ed.gov)
This site contains all you need to know about federal aid and education opportunities.
FAFSA on the Web-Free Application for Federal Student Aid-(http://www.fafsa.ed.gov)
On-line aid application, students may request a PIN number and file a Renewal FAFSA from this site.
UW System Help On-Line
Presented by the UW System HELP Office about financial aid under the "Paying for College" option. Review topics such as: Applying for Financial aid, College Costs, Saving for College, Scholarships, and Frequently Asked Questions.
FastWeb-Student Resource Network-(http://www.fastweb.com)
Contains information on finding your dream school, finding money for your dream school, and tips on financial aid.
Finaid-Financial Aid Information-(http://www.finaid.org)
Financial Aid Information page: The best overall source.
Wisconsin Higher Educational Aids Board (HEAB)-(http://www.heab.state.wi.us/)
HEAB administers programs of student financial aid, including grant and loan programs; the Minnesota-Wisconsin reciprocity agreement; a contract for dental education services; and the contracts associated with the Medical College of Wisconsin.
EduPass-International Student Guidance-(http://www.edupass.org)
The smart guide to studying in the USA. Contains all the information one needs in studying and paying for college in the United States of America.
Department of Education-Financial Aid for Students-(http://www.ed.gov./offices/OSFAP/Students)
This site contains all the information you need to know about financial aid, such as applying for aid, types of aid, repaying loans, and much more.
International Education Financial Aid-(http://www.iefa.org)
IEFA is an Internet resource for financial aid information for students wishing to study in a foreign country. At this site, you will find a comprehensive listing of grants, scholarships, loan programs, and other information to assist students in their pursuit of study abroad.
The Education Resources Institute (TERI)-(http://www.teri.org)
The Education Resources Institute contains general information about financial aid.
Funding Your Education-http://www.ed.gov/prog_info/SFA/FYE/index.html
This site provides general information about the U.S. Department of Education federal student financial aid programs. This guide is designed for high school students and others considering entering a post-secondary school for the first time. This site gives help on applying for aid on-line and offers links on funding your education.
U.S. Treasury Department--IRS-(http://www.irs.ustreas.gov/hot/not97-60.html)
This site is a good resource for information about tax benefits for higher education, including the Hope Scholarship and Lifetime Learning tax credits, education IRA's, and student loan deductions.
College is Possible-(http://www.CollegeIsPossible.org/)
Review the many offerings here on this resource guide about preparing for and choosing a college, and paying for it.
Financial Aid Estimation Form--A financing your education calculator (http://www.finaid.org/finaid/calculators/estimate.html)
Assembled by Mark Kantrowitz: this worksheet tool provides a thorough explanation of how a family's Expected Family Contribution (EFC) is determined. Estimate your school's total cost for tuition, fees, books, room, board and personal expenses and then use this worksheet to estimate your family's contribution toward those costs. Subtract the family contribution from the cost to arrive at an approximate financial need.
Edvest Wisconsin--A prepaid tuition plan in Wisconsin-(http://edvest.state.wi.us/)
The state-sponsored college savings plan.