Costs and Financial Aid

Your college education can help you discover more about who you are, your purpose, and how to live your values at work and in life. At WLC, we don’t believe your finances should be a barrier to having the high-quality, Christian college experience you deserve.

We’re proud that Wisconsin Lutheran College is recognized as a Best Value School by U.S. News & World Report and one of America's Best Bang for the Buck Colleges by Washington Monthly. Our team in the Office of Financial aid is here to work with you to uncover financial assistance opportunities that fit your needs. They’ll help connect you with resources including federal student aid, scholarships, or grants.

Needs vary by student and program. You can find information specific to Undergraduate, Graduate, and Adult Accelerated programs below.

We want you to succeed at WLC. That’s why we’re dedicated to removing as many financial barriers — and the stress that comes with them — as we can for our students.

Undergraduate Costs & Aid

Visit our undergraduate student financial aid pages if you're a high school student, high-school-aged homeschooled or international student, or a transfer student.

Undergraduate Costs & Aid

Graduate Costs & Aid

Visit our graduate student financial aid pages if you're interested in continuing your educational journey by completing your master's degree at Wisconsin Lutheran College.

Graduate Costs & Aid

Office of Financial Aid Staff

Angela Clavel
Angela Clavel Office of Financial Aid Financial Aid Specialist 414.443.8861 angela.clavel@alexa114.com
David Leverence
David Leverence Office of Financial Aid Financial Aid Specialist 414.443.8956 david.leverence@alexa114.com
Linda Loeffel
Linda Loeffel Office of Financial Aid Director of Financial Aid 414.443.8842 linda.loeffel@alexa114.com
Jaquelin McMullen
Jaquelin McMullen Office of Financial Aid Financial Aid Specialist 414.443.8640 jaquelin.mcmullen@alexa114.com

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