Do you know any adults interested in returning to campus as an undergraduate, graduate or Special Student at UW-Madison?
They may be eligible for receiving financial assistance to get started with one class. The application deadline for a grant for this fall term is July 1.
UW-Madison Continuing Studies offers Continuing Education grants that provide in-state tuition for one course. Applicants must have a significant break (usually five years or more) in their educations and plan to enroll at UW-Madison this fall.
Details about criteria and application are available at: continuingstudies.wisc.edu/advising/ce–grant.htm Continuing Education grants also are available for spring and summer terms. The deadline to apply for a grant for the spring semester is Nov. 1.
If interested adults have questions, they should call the UW-Madison office of Adult Career and Special Student Services at 608–263-6960 or email Jane Schimmel with questions.
Did you go back to a higher education program after five years or more? What was it like for you? Do you have any tips for adults returning to campus?