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Tuition & Aid

Tuition, fees, and estimated costs for undergraduate students are based on the nine-month academic year and are available from the Office of Student Financial Aid at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

  • Admitted undergraduate business degree students pay an additional tuition differential of $2,000 per academic year to the Wisconsin School of Business.
  • For Minnesota residents, the tuition differential is $2,600 per academic year.
  • Costs for books and supplies, room and board, recommended laptops, and other expenses will vary from student to student.

Making Your Education Affordable

UW–Madison financial aid

Federal student aid

The U.S. Department of Education offers federal student aid to students attending four-year colleges or universities to help pay for education expenses. Federal grants, loans, and work-study programs are awarded to students with financial need. To learn more, visit Federal Student Aid.

Wisconsin School of Business scholarships

The Wisconsin School of Business provides almost $2 million in scholarship support to admitted undergraduate students each year.