WLC's campus is closed due to the state's Safer at Home order. Classes are being taught online. See the Campus Alerts page for details.
Wisconsin Lutheran College offers a competitive tuition cost for graduate courses. Standard tuition costs for graduate courses are $545/credit ($1,635 per 3-credit course).
Many of our graduate students qualify for employer reimbursement, student loans, and payment plans.
Christian Educator Discount: Educators actively teaching in a Christian K-12 school may receive a 25% TUITION DISCOUNT on the Master of Arts program.
Our supportive financial aid office is dedicated to assisting you in finding additional sources of funding to help meet the costs of receiving a quality education.
The following steps help you apply for financial aid. We strongly recommend you complete these steps in the order in which they are listed.
Before an offer of financial aid is granted, Wisconsin Lutheran College requires your acceptance for admission. Your personal enrollment advisor simultaneously guides you through the financial aid and admission application process.
Educators actively teaching in a Christian K-12 school may receive a 25% tuition discount on their Master of Arts program.
Wisconsin Lutheran College created a website to guide you through the loan application process. All federal loans are disbursed through the Federal Direct Loan program sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education. You have the right to cancel or lower your loan at anytime by contacting the Office of Financial Aid.
You are encouraged to research whether you qualify for an employee tuition reimbursement benefit. Many school districts provide reimbursement directly to employees after courses have been completed and credits have been earned. Making the maximum use of reimbursement plans can be an effective strategy for reducing college costs.
Wisconsin Lutheran College is a designated Military Friendly® and Yellow Ribbon Program® school, and is recognized for exhibiting leading practices in recruiting and supporting post-military students. Our enrollment and academic advisors are equipped to assist veterans with continuing education and degree completion questions.
Veterans eligible for educational entitlement from the Veterans Administration should apply for benefits to receive their certificate of eligibility prior to college registration. A copy of the certificate of eligibility must be sent to the Office of Financial Aid before benefits can be certified. Veterans receiving educational benefits from the VA must report immediately any change of program (adds, drops, withdrawal) to the Office of Financial Aid as such changes may impact benefits.