The UW-La Crosse Financial Aid Office provides various brochures to aid students and parents. These brochures can be read and printed from the links below.
UWL Study Abroad Helpful information about financial aid for students who are studying abroad.
Student EmploymentContains information about Federal Work Study and Student Help at UW-La Crosse including FAQ and a list of departments that typically hire first year students.
2015-16 Guide to Your Financial Aid AwardThis sheet includes important information about your Financial Aid Award.
2015-16 Guide to Your Graduate Financial Aid AwardThis sheet includes important information about your Graduate Financial Aid Award.
2015-16 Limit What You BorrowHelpful tips to help you minimize the amount of student loan debt you will have.
2015-16 Calculating how much you need to borrowIf the student's financial aid award is not sufficient to pay their bill, use this helpful sheet to determine how much you need to borrow.
Direct Lending Basics for StudentsThis booklet from the Department of Education covers the basics about Direct Loans.
Direct Lending Basics for ParentsThis booklet from the Department of Education covers the basics and FAQ for parents about Direct Loans, with emphasis on the Direct Parent PLUS Loan.
College Preparation ChecklistThis booklet explains how to prepare academically and financially for college through "to do" lists aimed at students and parents.
Loan RepaymentContains information you need to know as you enter repayment on your Federal Direct or Stafford Loans.
Know What You OweChart containing estimated monthly payments for your federal loans.
Teacher Loan Forgiveness ProgramFor loans made under the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan (Direct Loan) Program and the Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL) Program
Funding Your Education: The Guide to Federal Student AidUnderstanding the financial aid process and maximizing resources.
2015-16 UWL Calculate how much you need to borrowA handy tool to help determine what you need to borrow based on cost of attendance and available resources.