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 significant 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.

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Financial Literacy

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

Click on the image to the right to get started.

Important Update

As of March 9, 2017 the IRS Data Retrieval option is temporarily unavailable

If you haven't completed your 2017-18 FAFSA yet, you can manually enter your 2015 income information.

CASHNet

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

Tax Questions?

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

1098-T Form?

Education Tax Credit?

Taxable Grants and Scholarships?

Office Hours

Academic Year
Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Summer & Winter Break
Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Important Reminders:

  • Payment for Winter Term is due December 15th. You can make a payment online using CASHNet.
  • Have you created a CASHNet account for your parent yet? Click here for instructions.

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Important Reminders:

  1. Payment for Fall Term is due August 15th. You can make a payment online using CASHNet.
  2. Have you completed everything you need to do for financial aid? Check your Voyager account to make sure.

Accept or decline your Federal Loan(s) by August 15th.

You can accept or decline your loan(s) in one of two ways:

Freshmen - Fall 2013

Priority Deadline: March 1, 2013.

You are encouraged to complete the FAFSA as soon as possible. If parent and/or student 2012 federal tax returns are unavailable before March 1, you are strongly encouraged to use estimated 2012 figures on the FAFSA. Some funding, such as the Wisconsin Tuition Grant for Wisconsin residents, is based on the date the FAFSA is submitted. After your 2012 federal tax return has been submitted, you should update your FAFSA.

Required Forms

Transfer Students (Fall 2013)

Priority Deadline: April 1, 2013

 

You are encouraged to complete the FAFSA as soon as possible. If parent and/or student 2011 federal tax returns are unavailable before April 1, you are strongly encouraged to use estimated 2011 figures on the FAFSA. Some funding, such as the Wisconsin Tuition Grant for Wisconsin residents, is based on the date the FAFSA is submitted. After your 2011 federal tax return has been submitted, you should update your FAFSA.

Required Forms

Deadlines

Student Type Priority Date
New Students - Freshmen March 1, 2013
New Students - Transfers April 1, 2013
Current Students April 1, 2013

Freshmen - Fall 2013

Priority Deadline: March 1, 2013.

You are encouraged to complete the FAFSA as soon as possible. If parent and/or student 2012 federal tax returns are unavailable before March 1, you are strongly encouraged to use estimated 2012 figures on the FAFSA. Some funding, such as the Wisconsin Tuition Grant for Wisconsin residents, is based on the date the FAFSA is submitted. After your 2012 federal tax return has been submitted, you should update your FAFSA.

Required Forms

Transfer Students (Fall 2013)

Priority Deadline: April 1, 2013

 

You are encouraged to complete the FAFSA as soon as possible. If parent and/or student 2011 federal tax returns are unavailable before April 1, you are strongly encouraged to use estimated 2011 figures on the FAFSA. Some funding, such as the Wisconsin Tuition Grant for Wisconsin residents, is based on the date the FAFSA is submitted. After your 2011 federal tax return has been submitted, you should update your FAFSA.

Required Forms

Deadlines

Student Type Priority Date
New Students - Freshmen March 1, 2013
New Students - Transfers April 1, 2013
Current Students April 1, 2013

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