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  • University Preschool | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Parents Family Community Search UWRF Teacher Education Programs Programs Educator Preparation Program Early Childhood Education Early Childhood Add On Licensure Early Childhood Education Degree Completion Early Childhood Minor Program CEPS Home Elementary Education Elementary Education Initial Certification MSE Program Elementary Education Undergraduate Program CEPS Home Secondary Education Principal Licensure University Preschool CEPS Home University Preschool Located in the Walker D Wyman Education Building on the UW River Falls campus The University Preschool offers a half day learning environment for 4 and 5 year old children The preschool allows undergraduate education students to gain hands on experience teaching young children in a staff supervised learning environment Meanwhile our philosophy of learning through play enables our program to satisfy the needs of children on an individual basis in a supportive and culturally diverse classroom setting Some benefits of our program include A director and a lead teacher who possess master s degrees in early childhood education UWRF faculty members who regularly collaborate with the preschool s lead teachers to create innovative educational programs Access to UWRF s Speech Language and Hearing Clinic which allows us to offer speech and hearing programs for the children We also offer vision and motor development programs

    Original URL path: http://www.uwrf.edu/TED/Programs/UniversityPreschool.cfm (2016-02-16)
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  • Financial Aid | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Rights and Responsibilities of Students Current Financial Aid News It has been brought to our attention that someone pretending to be from the IRS is calling UWRF college students stating that the student owes a college tax This is a SCAM The IRS does NOT call anyone to tell them they owe specific taxes We advise students to not answer these calls and certainly do not give out any personal information If you have questions please contact our office New to FAFSA As of May 10 2015 the Federal Student Aid PIN has been replaced with the FSA ID To learn more about the FSA ID and how to create this ID please visit The Federal Student Aid webpage The UWRF Scholarship Application for the 2016 17 academic year is available beginning October 1st 2015 Application deadlines vary and are listed in the application site You can review and apply to all available scholarships by logging into the following UWRF Scholarship Application IMPORTANT for students and families You should ONLY use www fafsa gov when applying for financial aid Be aware that you may receive information from other organizations including one called Student Financial Resource Center SFRC These organizations are not affiliated with the university and do not have our permission nor our endorsement to contact you Remember you NEVER need to pay anything to apply for financial aid Always contact our office directly if you have any questions regarding anything you receive by mail or email Have you received an Outside Scholarship Federal regulations require financial aid offices to include all outside funding in student aid awards Utilize the Outside Resource Notification Form to promptly notify us of any outside resources you receive Submitting IRS tax information to UW River Falls for your 2015 16 financial aid If you

    Original URL path: http://www.uwrf.edu/FinancialAid/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Types of Aid | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Camps Clinics About UWRF Fast Facts Employment Directory Maps Directions UWRF History UWRF Leadership FAQ Contact UWRF Menu About UWRF Academics Admissions Campus Life Athletics Quick Links A Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF Financial Aid Types of Aid Types of Aid UW River Falls Scholarships Outside Scholarships Grants Loans Student Employment Nonresident Fee Waiver Types of Aid UW River Falls Scholarships In general scholarships through UW River Falls may be based on academic performance financial need program of study year in school or many other factors Outside Scholarships Scholarships are available to students from organizations outside of UW River Falls Visit this page to see a listing of some outside scholarships Grants Grants are need based and are considered gift aid that does not have to be repaid You are considered for all federal and state grants when applying for financial aid Loans Several loan programs are available to students Some loan programs are based on need and are federally funded Others are available regardless of need Student Employment We offer two kinds of on campus student employment at UW River Falls Federal

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  • Grants | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    determined by the FAFSA Must be enrolled at least half time 6 credits Can be received for a maximum of 10 semesters Award Maximum award for the 2014 15 year is 2 324 Award amounts are based on your FAFSA Wisconsin Covenant Grant Who Wisconsin resident undergraduates who are confirmed as Wisconsin Covenant Scholars by their high school and the Higher Education Aids Board HEAB Eligibility To be confirmed as a Covenant Scholar you must have signed the Wisconsin Covenant Pledge prior to September 30th of your freshmen year of high school The program will no longer accept students after September 30 2011 You must fulfill the requirements of the pledge during high school then submit your FAFSA and mail the completed confirmation forms to HEAB by April 1st of your senior year of high school Award Maximum award for the 2014 15 year is 2 500 Award amounts are based on your FAFSA Lawton Undergraduate Minority Retention Grant Who Wisconsin resident undergraduates AND who are at least at sophomore level Eligibility Based on African American Hispanic Native American or Southeast Asian ethnicity Must be at least sophomore grade level Must be enrolled full time Must have cumulative GPA of at least 2 25 Can be received for a maximum of 8 semesters Separate application is required Award Maximum award for the 2015 16 year is 4 000 Talent Incentive Program Grant TIP Who Wisconsin resident undergraduates Eligibility Freshmen students are nominated by school financial aid offices or by counselors of the Wisconsin Educational Opportunity Programs WEOP To continue to receive the TIP Grant you must be enrolled consecutive semesters at least half time 6 credits and continue to show financial need Can be received for a maximum of 10 semesters Award Maximum award for the 2014 15 year is

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  • Loans | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    unpaid balance which ever is less Standard repayment is over a 10 year period however several repayment options are available that may extend the length of repayment There is no penalty for early repayment In order to assist you with your planning the U S Department of Education provides very helpful budget and repayment calculators Federal Perkins Loan Borrower Undergraduate s tudents with exceptional need must be enrolled at least half time which is 6 credits Lender UW River Falls Loan Amount Up to 1 500 per academic year Application Process Complete FAFSA Accept Perkins Loan offer in your eSIS First time borrowers must complete an online Entrance Counseling and sign a Master Promissory Note on Perkins Loan Processing page Interest Rate Fixed at 5 0 The Federal government pays the interest on the loan while you are enrolled at least half time during the grace period before repayment and during periods of approved deferment Repayment Repayment begins nine months after graduation or after you cease to be enrolled at least half time which is 6 credits A minimum payment of 40 per month is required and you have up to 10 years to repay the loan There is no penalty for early repayment Federal Parent PLUS Loan Borrower Parents of dependent undergraduate students Lender Federal government Loan Amount Up to the cost of attendance minus any other aid the student has received Note that an origination fee will be deducted from each loan disbursement Application Process The student must have a FAFSA on file with UW River Falls The parent borrower must have a FSA ID from the U S Department of Education the same FSA ID used to electronically sign the FAFSA A stepparent may apply for a PLUS if the stepparent s information is included on the FAFSA To apply complete the Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loan Request and sign the Master Promissory Note on the Parent PLUS Loan Processing page Interest Rate and Loan Origination Fees For current rates and fees please visit the Federal Student Aid website Repayment Repayment of interest and principal begins within 60 days after the loan is fully disbursed Standard repayment is over a 10 year period however several repayment options are available that may extend the length of repayment The parent may choose to postpone repayment until six months after the student graduates or ceases to be enrolled at least half time but interest will continue to accrue while repayment is postponed Federal Stafford and Perkins Loans allow for cancellations of all or part of the loan in return for certain types of teaching or public service Please visit Student Aid on the Web for detailed information Federal Direct Loan Limits Annual Dependent Independent Freshman 0 29 credits 5 500 with a max of 3 500 subsidized 9 500 with a max of 3 500 subsidized Sophomore 30 59 credits 6 500 with a max of 4 500 subsidized 10 500 with a max of 4 500 subsidized Junior 60

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  • Nonresident Fee Waiver | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    About UWRF Fast Facts Employment Directory Maps Directions UWRF History UWRF Leadership FAQ Contact UWRF Menu About UWRF Academics Admissions Campus Life Athletics Quick Links A Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF Financial Aid Types of Aid Types of Aid UW River Falls Scholarships Outside Scholarships Grants Loans Student Employment Nonresident Fee Waiver Nonresident Fee Waiver The University of Wisconsin River Falls awards 2500 annual partial tuition waivers to all eligible out of state domestic and international students on a first come first served basis until the state allotment expires Effective Date Fall 2010 Admissions Eligibility Requirements for all international and out of state domestic student s other than those utilizing MN reciprocity Return to Wisconsin or Midwest Higher Education Compact Student Exchange Admitted in good academic standing to an undergraduate or graduate degree certificate or ELT program Admitted to a program that is assessed non resident tuition All International Students must demonstrate F 1 status OR current F 1 status applicant outside the U S OR U S citizen whose place of legal residence is outside the United States Awarding All out of state domestic students must fill out a FAFSA even if they have no financial need in order to be awarded this waiver All international students will see the waiver credited on the financial statement at the time of admissions The 2500 is an academic year annual award and will be divided in half and applied to each semester accordingly Waivers are automatically renewable subject to funding availability and student eligibility requirements Students must maintain continuous full time enrollment with a minimum cumulative 2 0 GPA each semester and domestic students must fill out the FAFSA each aid year Eligible international

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  • New Student Registration - New Students | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    ends at 1 00pm New Student and Families Registration Thursday January 21 2016 in the University Center Check in begins at 11 30am with Campus Resource Fair Student IDs and Lunch Program begins at 12 30pm and ends at 5 00pm Important Program Information Traveling to Campus and Parking Information New Student Registration will be held in the University Center building 20 on the campus map Please refer to the campus map and driving directions for further details Parking is available in Pay Lot 1 You will not need to display a permit however other campus lots will be ticketed so you ll need to park carefully Please enter the University Center from the north the campus side of the building Handicap accessible parking is available in Pay Lot 2 directly behind the University Center a permit is required Placement Testing All new students who have not taken college level courses in English composition and or math are required to take the Wisconsin Regional Placement Tests before registering for classes Academic advisors need your score s to place you in the appropriate classes If you are not sure whether you need to take any of these exams please contact the Admissions Office at 715 425 3500 or e mail admit uwrf edu If you need to take any of these exams you can take your Placement Tests on campus in the University Center building 20 on the campus map prior to your scheduled registration program date Placement Tests are offered January 20 at the following times you do not need to register for these testing dates Modern Language Test 3 00 p m Math Placement Test 4 15 p m non graphing calculators are allowed English Placement Test 6 00 p m Up to 90 minutes is allowed for each exam please plan accordingly Overnight Accommodations If you are traveling a long distance you may want to consider River Falls Area Lodging the night before New Student Registration We have a full day planned for you and suggest that you get plenty of rest in order to make the most of the program Changing Your Program Date You can make changes to your New Student Registration date online However if you need to make a change within 24 hours of your scheduled program date please contact the Admissions Office at 715 425 3500 Other Reminders Check Your UWRF E mail Regularly Your UWRF e mail account is used for all official communication from the University including billing information It is your responsibility to check this account regularly Sign Up for Housing Dining All new students who do not meet exemption requirements are required to live in university residence halls If you have not yet signed up for housing dining you should do so as soon as possible Apply for Financial Aid All students are encouraged to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA Our FAFSA School Code is 003923 If you have not done so already complete the

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