A low cost per credit makes a high-quality education at Madison College a bargain compared to other area colleges and two-year University of Wisconsin campuses. But even with our low tuition rates, you may still need some financial assistance to help you realize your dreams.
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Several forms of financial aidâ€”including federal and state grants, loans, scholarships and Federal Work Study Program opportunitiesâ€”are available for qualified students enrolled for six or more credits in associate degree, transfer or technical diploma programs who would otherwise be unable to afford their education.
If you are a veteran, dependent or survivor of a veteran, reservist or member of the National Guard, you may be eligible for federal or state veterans benefits. Our Veteran Services Office can help you determine your eligibility and assist you with the application process.
Emergency Funds are available to students who are facing financial challenges that may prevent them from successfully completing their classes
The Madison College Foundation also offers hundreds of need- and non-need-based scholarships from private organizations and donors who want to help Madison College students succeed.
If you've been laid off recently, your local Job Center might help you finance retraining.