Through generous gifts from alumni and friends of the college, prospective students are seeing attendance at school like St. Norbert as an exciting reality.

Making College Possible

At St. Norbert College, we work hard to ensure that you find a way to make college possible. We know from experience that, combined with our four-year graduation guarantee, our grants and scholarships can make a St. Norbert College education as affordable as at some state institutions. Pair that with the success rate of our recent graduates in finding career opportunities, we’re proud of the value a St. Norbert education delivers.

St. Norbert College grant: This institutionally funded grant is awarded to undergraduate degree-seeking students with financial need who do not receive adequate grant assistance from other sources. Amount varies each year depending on financial need.

Federal Pell Grant: This grant is funded by the federal government and full-time Pell Grants range from $602 to $5,730 at St. Norbert College. Recipients are undergraduate U.S. citizens or permanent residents who demonstrate exceptional financial need. The amount may vary per year.

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity grant: Undergraduate U.S. citizens or permanent residents enrolled for at least six credits per aid period will be considered for this grant. It is awarded to students with high financial need; generally to a student who is Pell Grant eligible.

Wisconsin Tuition grant: This award is available to undergraduate U.S. citizens and permanent residents of Wisconsin enrolled for at least six credits per semester who meet state eligibility requirements. The amount varies each year depending on financial need. The maximum award is $2,900. Eligibility cannot exceed 10 semesters. Learn more about state eligibility requirements.

Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education grant (TEACH): This federal grant provides up to $4,000 a year in grant assistance to students who are completing or who plan to complete course work needed to begin a career in teaching. You must sign an Agreement to Serve as a full-time teacher at certain low-income schools and within certain high-need fields for at least four academic years within eight years after completing (or ceasing enrollment in) the course of study for which you received the grant. If the grant recipient fails or refuses to carry out his or her teaching obligation, the amount of the TEACH Grant(s) received are treated as an unsubsidized Stafford Loan and must be repaid with interest calculated from the date of the TEACH grant disbursement. Learn more about the TEACH Grant.

Federal Bureau of Indian Affairs Grant: The amount of this award varies each year depending on financial need. It’s available to U.S. citizens who are at least one-quarter American Indian, Eskimo or Aleut, as certified by the BIA and/or tribal group serviced by the BIA. You must be enrolled for at least six credits per semester. This grant is renewable for up to five years. Contact your Indian tribe for application materials and find more information on eligibility criteria.

Wisconsin Talent Incentive Program: First-time freshmen, U.S. citizens and permanent residents of Wisconsin enrolled at least six credits per semester who meet state eligibility requirements will be considered for this award. The amount may vary each year depending on availability of state funds and financial need, with the maximum award of $1,800, not to exceed 10 semesters of continuous enrollment. Learn more about Wisconsin Talent Incentive state eligibility requirements.

Wisconsin Indian Grant: This award is available to U.S. citizens and permanent residents of Wisconsin who are at least 25 percent Native American and meet state eligibility requirements. You must be enrolled for at least six credits per semester. The amount varies each year depending on financial need, with the maximum grant being $1,100. You’ll need to prove American Indian heritage. Eligibility cannot exceed 10 semesters. Learn more about Wisconsin Indian Grant state eligibility requirements.

Wisconsin Minority Grant: Minority, undergraduate U.S. citizens who are residents of Wisconsin, excluding first-year students who meet state eligibility requirements will be considered for this award. Students must be enrolled for at least six credits per semester. The amount varies each year depending on availability of state funds and financial need. The current maximum award is $2,500 per year. This amount is established annually by the Wisconsin Higher Educational Aids Board. Eligibility cannot exceed eight semesters. Learn more about Wisconsin Minority Grant state eligibility requirements.

Wisconsin Covenant Scholars and Foundation Grant: This is a state grant awarded to students who signed a pledge in eighth grade and completed all requirements of the pledge. In addition, you must complete a confirmation form and submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by April 1 of your senior year of high school. You must be enrolled at least part-time (six credits). The award amounts may vary annually based on state funding, and currently range from $125 to $2,500. Additional eligibility information is available at http://www.wisconsincovenant.wi.gov.