Financial Assistance

If you are interested in receiving financial aid to finance your graduate degree, file a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Be sure to list University of Wisconsin-Stout so that your results will automatically be sent to our university. The Title IV School Code for University of Wisconsin-Stout is 003915.

Degree seeking students who are registered for at least five (5) graduate credits a semester in the program may qualify for financial aid.

For more information, please visit the websites below:

  • Office of Financial Aid
    For more information about grants, scholarships, loans, student employment and other forms of aid as well as deadlines and applications visit the UW-Stout Office of Financial Aid.
  • Stout University Foundation
    The Stout University Foundation sponsors scholarships for graduate students, financed by the contributions of alumni, friends, parents, faculty, campus organizations, other Stout staff, foundations and corporations
  • Multicultural Student Services
    The Multicultural Student Services (MSS) office is committed to the success of ethnic minority students. You'll find information about specific grants and scholarship opportunities.