Scholarships and grants are types of financial aid that do not need to be repaid.
New students entering the traditional program in 2018-2019 may view the guide to the right for information relating to the opportunities available to them at their time of enrollment.
For returning students, the cumulative GPA after the fall term is always used when determining continuing scholarship eligibility for the next academic year. Renewability of scholarships and the required GPA's for scholarship renewability are determined by the year you entered Lakeland University.
Education award for community service with AmeriCorps.
A federal grant for eligible students that is need-based and does not need to be repaid.
A federal grant is for students with exceptional financial need. Awards are based on amount allocated to the college each year by the Department of Education.
The federal Perkins loan is a federally funded, low-interest loan program. Lakeland University selects high-need recipients. As of October, 2017, the Department of Education has ceased funding new students to the program.
A work-study program awarded to high-need recipients. Students work on campus for a maximum of ten hours per week.
State of Wisconsin
For students who have the highest high school GPA of their graduating class.
(DVR) training grant offers funding to individuals with disabilities.
May be offered to Wisconsin residents who have severe, profound hearing or visual impairment and who have completed the Hearing & Visually Handicapped Student Grant Application.
May be offered to Wisconsin resident of Native American descent who have completed the Indian Student Assistance Grant Application.
A candidate for this grant may be nominated by the Office of Financial Aid if he/she qualifies as a minority student.
The TIP grant designed to assist low-income, disadvantaged freshmen students. Students may apply for this grant at the nearest Wisconsin Educational Opportunity Program office. More information.
May be offered to Wisconsin residents who attend Wisconsin private colleges such as Lakeland University. Funds for this program are limited. Students are strongly advised to meet the February 1 FAFSA priority filing date.
Other Types of Financial Aid
Click on the link above for more information. Please contact Sue Bialk, Associate Director of Financial Aid at 920-565-1032 ext. 2377 or Karen Fischer, Assistant Director of Financial Aid at 920-565-1032 ext. 2376 if you have any questions.