UW-Superior Awards $148,400 in Emergency Grants to Students
Like many colleges and universities, The University of Wisconsin Superior is helping students out with grants.
The school recently gave out anywhere from $200 to $500 per student grants totaling $148,000 to nearly 400 students. And, since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic The University of Wisconsin Superior has awarded more than $940,000 in additional aid to students.
“This will be a big help for many of our students,” said Jeremy Nere, The University of Wisconsin Superior executive director of admissions. “This has been a great effort to get funds to our students who truly need it.”
The University of Wisconsin Superior not only used money from the federal government's Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act Relief, but secured additional funding through generous donations to the University of Wisconsin Superior Foundation, you can get more information about the foundation here.
The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents has also decided to waive electronic application fees for two years. This will save students the normal $25 application fee for the next couple of school years.
The University of Wisconsin Superior, established in 1893, is home to around 2,500 undergraduates and 200 graduate students with majors, minors and programs from Business & Economics, Public Affairs & Social Sciences, and a wide variety of other disciplines.