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The Scholarship Resource Center encourages students to focus on alternative funding options that match up with their personal achievements and unique personalities.

Handshake is an online career services management system that provides students access to internships, full-time jobs, career fairs, information sessions, and more.

UWL offers a variety of graduate assistantships and teaching assistantships which are awarded by the academic program/department.

The Financial Aid office provides the resources students need to secure student loans they may need to attend college. Find out how much you need to borrow and apply for aid.

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The Cashier’s Office is responsible for the collection, recording, depositing and reporting of the University’s receipts. The Cashier's office is where you pay your bill.

The Eagle ID Card is UW-La Crosse's official ID Card. The card can be loaded with campus cash which can be spent in dining, the bookstore and other spots around campus!

It Make$ Cents! is a financial literacy program that aims to address the financial concerns of students that are unique to college life. Your center for money management.

UW Credit Union is a federally insured, member-owned, not-for-profit financial institution. UWL has a UW Credit Union branch located in the Student Union.