Tuition and Residency
Visit the Bursars’ Office website to see current tuition rates. Once you’re at the site, follow these steps:
- Choose a semester, select your term.
- Choose a student program, select Undergraduate and Special.
UW–Madison tuition rates are also assessed depending on your official “residence for tuition purposes” status. All students are required to establish their residence status as a part of admission or reentry to the University. More about residency can be found on the Office of Registrar’s website.
Office of Student Financial Aid
The Office of Student Financial Aid provides information and assistance to prospective, new, and enrolled graduate students about federal work study and student loans.
Student Hourly Positions
Students have access to thousands of part-time employment opportunities both through UW-Madison as well as businesses within the local community. On the Student Jobs website, students can find meaningful opportunities that can support their educational pursuits and lifestyle while also gaining critical professional and personal skills. Positions are posted throughout the year, updated daily, for jobs in both the academic year and summer terms. Students seeking full-time professional career opportunities should use the Career Services platform Handshake.
Scholarships, Awards, & Grants
Department Scholarships and Awards
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders administers a number of scholarships and awards open to undergraduate majors and graduate students. Support offered each year depends on the availability of funds. Scholarship opportunities can be viewed on the department’s scholarships and awards webpage.
ASHFoundation Grants and Awards
ASHFoundation offers various awards and scholarships based around research, servitude, and achievements. Award details are available online: https://www.ashfoundation.org/apply/
WSHA Foundation Scholarships
The WSHA Foundation currently sponsors several annual scholarship competitions, with awards announced at the Association’s Convention in the spring of each year. In awarding scholarships, WSHA does not discriminate based on race, color, creed, age, gender, sexual orientation, or disability. Each scholarship carries its own set of eligibility criteria and procedures. In general, however, all application materials must be received by WSHA on or before the specified date each year. Incomplete or late applications will be disqualified. Visit the WSHA website to review available awards and scholarships.