UW-Platteville announces renewable housing and dining grant for eligible freshmen

Written by Alison Parkins on |
UW-Platteville Campus

The University of Wisconsin-Platteville announced a new housing and dining grant for select incoming freshmen, offering them total potential savings of $4,000 across their four years of attendance.

Incoming new freshmen admitted to the Platteville campus for fall 2022 will be eligible to receive $500 per semester to be applied to on-campus housing and dining services. The grant is eligible for renewal for up to eight semesters, while a student lives on the UW-Platteville campus. Admitted students should check their UW-Platteville email for more information on how to accept the grant.

“We are proud to be able to offer this opportunity to our incoming students,” said Victoria Livingston, executive director for Enrollment and Student Success. “No one should have to worry about how they will pay for their education.”

UW-Platteville is among the most affordable institutions in the state and is consistently ranked by Payscale as the top public institution in Wisconsin for return on investment. The university is a leader in engineering, agriculture, business, education, technology and criminal justice, with unique initiatives in the growing fields of cybersecurity and forensic investigation.  For more information, visit www.uwplatt.edu