General Financial Information
Thank you for your interest in the online Sport Administration graduate program.
We will do everything we can to help you succeed, including providing financial aid information. Typically, students finance their education through loans and personal resources. Please note that graduate students must be enrolled at least half-time (5 credits per semester) to receive financial aid.
|Number of credits||36|
|Cost per credit||$577|
|Per semester registration fee||$15|
|Total 6 semester registration fee||$90|
|Total program cost||$20,862|
|Computer||Must have one - laptops are recommended|
|Books for classes||Must purchase|
Tuition for this online program is based on a special pricing policy. There may, however, be periodic increases but these may not follow increases in on-campus tuition. There are no differences in tuition based on residency.
The tuition plateau does not apply to students enrolling in undergraduate or graduate credit courses through the Office of Continuing Education and Extension.
The Financial Aid Office is your best source of information for the financial aid process and for answers to any questions that you have about financing your education: Financial Aid
Complete and mail the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to the processor listed on the FAFSA or complete the FAFSA. Our financial aid school code is 003919. Do this as soon as you can after you are admitted to the program. You will be notified via email as soon as your FAFSA is received by the Financial Aid Office.
If you take the scheduled 2 courses each semester (6 credits) you will be eligible for Financial Aid, which requires students take a minimum of 5 credits per semester, including summer session.
If you receive a financial aid award, you will be notified via email.
Check out It Make$ Cents!, a financial literacy program that offers all UW-L Students information and promotes financial success.
Students can apply for UW-L Foundation Scholarships. Go to the UW-L Foundation website for more info.
Students can apply for small grants though the Office of Graduate Studies. The Graduate Student Research Grant Program makes awards during the Fall and Spring.
Remember to check into Tuition Reimbursement programs through your employer.
For questions related to financing your SA degree, please call the Financial Aid Office staff at 608.785.8604 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.