We know that investing in a small liberal arts college is no small task, and that Lawrence University—which offers one of the nation's most intimate college environments (with 9 students for every faculty member)—is a signficant investment.

We are confident that what we offer at Lawrence is unique among the nation's 1,600 four-year colleges and universities. More important, you will find generation after generation of Lawrentians who will attest that the Lawrence experience is worth it.

However, not everyone can afford the total cost of attendance at Lawrence University, which is why we devote substantial resources to financial aid to make the Lawrence experience more accessible.

Important Reminders

Current students who receive need-based aid (Lawrence University Grant, Federal Pell Grant, SEOG) and/or borrow federal loans (Stafford, Perkins, PLUS) should complete the the following steps by April 1.

Visit the Financial Aid Checklist to begin (or finish) your application for financial aid by March 1 (or as soon as possible).

Tax Questions?

Here are some helpful links that pertain to common tax-related questions:

1098-T Form?

Education Tax Credit?

Taxable Grants and Scholarships?

Student Employment

Student employment positions for the 2014-2015 academic year are posted on LUworks (you will need your Voyager login information). 

In addition to applying for a job, you will also need to complete the paperwork found here

Financial Literacy

  • Learn about financial aid
  • Evaluate loan options
  • Create a budget

Click on the image to the right to get started.

Who is My "Loan Servicer"

Important Dates

Contact Information

CASHNet

Use the link below to access your billing statements or to make a payment.

Resources

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