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  • Financial Aid | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    go into repayment until after the student graduates or drops below half time enrollment 6 credits In addition to delayed repayment most federal student loans have relatively low interest rates several repayment options from which to choose circumstances under which repayment may be postponed other favorable terms and conditions Loans may be thought of as an investment in the student s future as long as the borrower is prepared to meet the repayment responsibilities Failure to repay loans will have serious adverse consequences When borrowing it is important to carefully plan and budget so that the amount borrowed is only what is needed to cover essentials keep track of how much is borrowed each year have an idea as to how the amount borrowed will be repaid when the time comes Loan Options Federal Direct Subsidized Loan This is a need based student loan from the U S Department of Education made on the basis of the student s demonstrated financial need as addressed above in the Cost of Attendance section The federal government does not charge interest on these loans while borrowers are enrolled at least half time 6 credits during the six month grace period prior to repayment or during authorized periods of deferment Beginning July 1 2013 first time Direct Loan borrowers are limited to receive Federal Direct Subsidized Loan funds for no more than 150 of the published length of their program of study The U S Department of Education may stop paying interest if a student who received Direct Subsidized Loans for the maximum period continues enrollment Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan This is a federally financed student loan from the U S Department of Education made available to students regardless of financial need Interest is charged throughout the life of the loan The borrower may pay the interest on the loan while in school or allow the interest to be capitalized added to the loan principal Capitalizing the interest will increase the amount that is repaid over the life of the loan Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loan A PLUS Parent Loans for Undergraduate Students Loan from the U S Department of Education is available to the parent of a Dependent aid applicant The parent is the borrower and is responsible for repaying the loan These loans are available regardless of financial need and the amount of eligibility depends on the Cost of Attendance and all other aid received The parent applicant will be subjected to a credit check as part of the application process Alternative Private Loan Alternative loans are private loan offerings from outside financial institutions that help bridge the gap between the Cost of Attendance and the amount of assistance available through federal and state aid programs A private or alternative educational loan is not associated with the federal student loan program Direct Lending and will not be awarded to a student without the student s initiation Before looking at alternative funding make sure all possible federal and state financial aid funds have been exhausted The Student Financial Aid Office strongly recommends that students file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid to be considered for all types of aid including federal student loans before applying for an alternative loan Scholarships Scholarships are monetary gifts from community private and campus sources and are usually based on academic merit or some other criteria Some scholarships also require verification of financial need Therefore all scholarship applicants are strongly encouraged to complete the FAFSA Campus foundations at the 13 UW Colleges campuses local businesses and other sources provide scholarships for students No repayment of scholarships is required unless the student fails to meet the terms of the grantor Student Employment Federal Work Study FWS allows a student to earn money to help pay educational expenses through on campus or community based employment A FWS award is not a guarantee of employment but represents possible self help eligibility FWS does not have to be repaid and awarding is based on financial need FWS encourages work in community service and work related to a student s course of study to the extent possible Students who are awarded Federal Work Study should visit the Student Affairs Office on their campus to inquire about job positions that are available Please note that job opportunities may be limited Military Education Benefits The University of Wisconsin Colleges is fully approved for the certification of education benefits for veterans and veterans dependents under both federal and State of WI Veterans Affairs programs The United States Department of Veteran Affairs provides information regarding federal benefits The Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs provides information regarding state provided benefits and a County Veterans Service Office list The Wisconsin Department of Military Affairs provides additional information regarding state provided benefits Contact the nearest Veterans Affairs office for assistance with obtaining federal and state VA benefits Specialized academic advising support groups and family services are available through campus Student Affairs Offices For further information contact the Campus Coordinator of Veterans Services Academic Progress and Withdrawal Satisfactory Academic Progress SAP Policy Federal regulations require students receiving financial aid to maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress SAP and be working toward a degree Courses attempted at UW Colleges as well as any transfer credits are included in the SAP evaluation SAP is assessed for all enrolled students even in terms in which no financial aid was received At the end of each term enrolled students are evaluated to determine if they are meeting Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements Students who are not meeting SAP are no longer eligible to receive financial aid at any UW Colleges campus Students may appeal their SAP status addressing extenuating circumstances and changes being made to ensure that SAP standards will be met in the future via the appeal process defined below If the appeal is approved aid eligibility is reestablished Subsequent SAP assessments will determine aid eligibility for additional terms SAP Requirements SAP Pace Requirement Students must successfully complete two thirds 66 67 of credits attempted to

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  • Policies | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Colleges Catalog Policies Academic Credit Academic Integrity and Misconduct Academic Standing Advanced Standing Credit Class Attendance Grade Appeals Grade Point Requirements Actions Grading System Registration Holds About UW Colleges Courses Degrees Certificates Financial Aid Registration Enrollment Student Resources Addendums Catalog Archive You are here Home UW Colleges Catalog Policies Through a personal approach to teaching the UW Colleges faculty help build their students abilities and confidence Understanding what is expected

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  • Registration & Enrollment | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    enrolling in courses each semester Once you have applied and been accepted to a UW Colleges campus there are still a couple of steps you must take before you can register Confirm your intent to enroll at your chosen campus Register to participate in an on campus registration program Please note all UW Colleges campuses require that the Terms and Conditions TAC be signed prior to enrolling in courses Meet

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  • Student Resources | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    by UW System and UW Colleges policies and procedures The Wisconsin Administrative Code acknowledges the need to preserve the orderly processes of the UW Colleges with regard to its teaching and public service missions as well as the need to observe every student s procedural and substantive rights Such laws policies and regulations include Chapter UWS 14 Student Academic Disciplinary Procedures Chapter UWS 17 Student Nonacademic Disciplinary Procedures and Chapter UWS 18 Conduct on University Lands Students are also protected by such provisions as Wisconsin Statute Section 36 12 which prohibits discrimination against students and Chapter UWS 22 which mandates accommodation of students religious beliefs A student s right to a positive learning environment is protected by the UW Colleges Code of Conduct the Consensual Relations Statement and the Sexual Harassment Policy Information about these various rights and responsibilities is distributed to all new students at the time of orientation and to continuing students in a manner determined by each UW Colleges campus Student Rights Responsibilities Handbook As a University of Wisconsin Colleges student you have certain rights and responsibilities respecting your relationship with your fellow students and the university The rules regulations and policies you will find in this

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  • Addendums | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Fond du Lac UW Fox Valley UW Manitowoc UW Marathon County UW Marinette UW Marshfield Wood County UW Richland UW Rock County UW Sheboygan UW Washington County UW Waukesha UW Colleges Online UW Colleges Catalog About UW Colleges Courses Degrees Certificates Financial Aid Policies Registration Enrollment Student Resources Addendums Catalog Archive You are here Home UW Colleges Catalog Addendums Contact Us 780 Regent Street Madison Wisconsin 53715 Toll Free 888

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  • Catalog Archive | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Catalog Catalog Archive View Past Catalogs 2011 13 Catalog 2009 11 Catalog 2007 09 Catalog 2005 07 Catalog 2003 05 Catalog 2001 03 Catalog 1999 01 Catalog 1997 99 Catalog 1996 97 Catalog 1995 96 Catalog 1993 95 Catalog 1991 93 Catalog 1990 91 Catalog 1988 89 Catalog 1985 87 Catalog 1983 85 Catalog 1981 83 Catalog 1979 81 Catalog 1977 79 Catalog 1975 77 Catalog 1973 74 Washington County

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  • Print all Course Descriptions | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Staff Directory Meet Our Students News Contact Us UW Colleges Social Media Academics Academic Calendar Advising Catalog Courses Campus Course Schedules Continuing Education Course Descriptions Distance Education Service Learning Degrees Majors Certificates Associate of Arts Science Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences BAAS Collaborative Bachelor s Degree Programs UW Flexible Option Associate of Arts Science Master s Degrees Starting a Major Departments Anthropology Sociology Art Biological Sciences Business Economics Chemistry Communication Theatre Arts Computer Science Engineering English Geography Geology Health Exercise Science Athletics History Mathematics Music Philosophy Physics Astronomy Political Science Psychology Education Gender Sexuality and Women s Studies World Languages FERPA Registration and Enrollment Hold Policy Concurrent Registration Adding Dropping and Late Registration Withdrawal Resident Status for Tuition Purposes Enrollment and Degree Verification Transcripts Study Abroad Preferred Name UWC Libraries Admissions Advanced Standing Credit Application Process Account Access Campus Student Affairs Offices Placement Testing Transfer Continuing Your Education Guaranteed Transfer Transcripts Transfer Credits WI Technical College Students High School Relations International Students Money Matters Business Office Tuition and Fees 1098 T Form Refund Schedule Due Dates Payment Options Red Flag Rules Campus Business Offices Terms and Conditions TAC Withdrawal Financial Aid Types of Aid How to Apply After You Apply Cost of Attendance Academic Progress and Withdrawal Resources Forms FAQs Consumer Information Important Dates Student Resources Academic Support Services First Year Experience Multicultural Student Services Returning Adult Students TRIO Student Support Program Online Writing Lab UWC Libraries Accessibility Campus Student Affairs Offices Child Care Health and Wellness Alcohol and Other Drug Education Health Health Insurance Mental Health Safety Annual Campus Security Reports Sexual Misconduct Dating Violence Student Governance Council Meetings Agendas and Minutes Past Council Officers Resources Student Handbook and Policies Student Life Tech Support Veterans and Armed Services Voting Guide Main Menu About Academics Admissions Money Matters Student

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  • Certificates | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Colleges Courses Financial Aid Policies Registration Enrollment Student Resources Addendums Catalog Archive You are here Home UW Colleges Catalog Degrees Certificates Certificates UW Colleges offers several credit certificate programs which some students use to give focus to their electives within the Associate of Arts and Science AAS degree program Certificates are available whether or not you are pursuing an AAS degree UW Colleges currently offers the following certificate programs American Indian Studies This certificate is available on all UW Colleges campuses through a combination of courses offered on the campus and through UW Colleges Online Art Business Environmental Studies International Studies Legal Studies Women s Studies Certificates and their requirements differ by campus Students interested in pursuing a certificate program should contact the campus Student Affairs Office Certificate Offerings by Campus Campus American Indian Studies Art Business Environmental Studies International Studies Legal Studies Women s Studies UW Baraboo Sauk County X X X X X UW Barron County X X X X X X UW Fond du Lac X X X UW Fox Valley X X X X X X X UW Manitowoc X X X X X X UW Marathon County X X X X X X UW Marinette

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