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Wisconsin Lutheran College, along with federal and state resources, provides the following need-based aid to students who qualify.
This grant, offered by Wisconsin Lutheran College, in the amount of $100 - 10,000 per year, is reserved for traditional undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need. The amount may vary from year to year, depending on the need analysis.
This grant, offered by Wisconsin Lutheran College, in the amount of $1,000 - $3,300 per year, assists non-Wisconsin traditional undergraduate students who have financial need but are ineligible for any state aid.
This grant, offered by Wisconsin Lutheran College, in the amount of $500 - $2,500 per year, is offered to first-time, full-time freshmen who are first-generation college students and have exceptional need.
A federal grant, the Pell program provides direct grants, in the amount of $650 - $6,195 per year. The grant amount is based on the expected family contribution established by the FAFSA.
A federal program which provides funds, in the amount of $400 - 1,000 per year, for undergraduate students with exceptional financial need (with priority given to Pell Grant recipients).
This Wisconsin program provides grants, with a maximum amount of $3,300 per year, to students with financial need who are legal residents of the State of Wisconsin, enrolled at least half time, and have good academic standing. Students are eligible for a maximum of ten semesters.
This Wisconsin program provides a grant, with a maximum amount of $1,800 per year, over and above all other forms of financial aid, and is offered to extremely needy Wisconsin students who meet certain state determined criteria.
This Wisconsin program provides a grant, with a maximum amount of $1,000 per year, to returning upperclassmen who are black, Hispanic, American Indian, Cambodian, Laotian, or Vietnamese; Wisconsin residents; and demonstrate financial need.