UW-Platteville offers a valuable university experience while keeping costs to students reasonable. With affordable tuition and fees, a textbook rental system and student services that rival larger universities, you’ll get more than you ever expected.
The Financial Aid office at UW-Platteville is here to assist students with state and federal financial aid programs, as well as providing budget and loan indebtedness counseling. Grants, loans, scholarships and student employment are offered to help students finance their education. Visit Financial Aid to learn more.
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Learn more about the overall process and How to Apply for Financial Aid
How much does it cost?
Check out the UW-Platteville scholarship opportunities for new and continuing students. Note scholarship deadlines!
RESIDENCY FOR TUITION PURPOSES
Upon admission to UW-Platteville, a student is classified as either a resident of Wisconsin for tuition purposes or as a nonresident, based on the provisions of Wisconsin Statutes 36.27(2) and the information supplied on the application. Learn more about Residency for Tuition Purposes.