Financial Aid, Support, Employment

These resouces can help you get started if you're looking for student jobs, scholarship, internships, or answers to questiosn about about financial aid and tuition.
 
 
BuckyNet
BuckyNet is a great resource for Business, CALS, Education, SoHE, L&S and Pharmacy students looking for job or internship opportunities. It also provides ways to connect with campus career advising and career services experts.
 
 
 
If you are experiencing financial hardship due to an unexpected life event you may be elegible for a crisis loan through the Dean of Students Office (loans are generally under $500). These loans can't be used for paying tuition/fees or any fines, and you need to be enrolled in order to apply. 
 
Some common uses for a Crisis Loan include:
 
  • Unexpected medical expense
  • Car repair
  • Travel expense for a family emergency
  • Replacement of items lost to theft/fire damage
 
 
IIP has a great database of international internships for you to browse. If you want more information they recommend attending one of their "Getting Started" group advising sessions. 
 
 
 
 
The Bursar's Office is where to go for services related to paying tuition and fees; receiving financial aid disbursements, tuition and fee waivers, or remissions; processing tuition and fee refunds, and more.
 
 
 
Explore scholarships, find matches, and apply online!
 
 
 
 
Questions about your financial aid? The Office of Student Financial Aid has information for you (and your parents!) about FAFSA, direct loans, private loans, tuition costs, types of aid, and more. 
 
 
 
Search and apply for student jobs located both on, and off campus. 
 
 
Staff at the Undergraduate Academic Awards Office help UW-Madison undergraduates and recent graduates pursue nationally competitive scholarships and campus-wide awards for research, service and leadership.
 
They can help you:
 
  • Find scholarship opportunities that match your goals and interests
  • Navigate the scholarship application process
  • Review scholarship essays
  • Prepare for national scholarship interviews
 
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