Short-term loan programs are designed to help UW Oshkosh students obtain immediate, emergency or short-term funds. These funds must be repaid within a short period of time. The UW Oshkosh Financial Aid Office administers the loans.
The Tetzlaff Loan is a short-term loan with the maximum amount of $500. The loan has a $5 application fee and must be repaid within the same semester it is disbursed. The due date is determined by the University.
Students whose applications are approved by the Financial Aid Office will be notified via email of when their check will be ready for pick up. Disbursed loans are placed as a charge on the student’s account, which accrues a 1% interest per month on ALL unpaid balances, including this loan.
The students must be currently enrolled to be eligible. Applications are available at the Financial Aid Office.
Students may obtain an emergency, interest-free loan for up to $50. The loan must be repaid within 30 days of the loan disbursement. The students must be currently enrolled to be eligible.
Students must come to the Financial Aid Office to apply for and receive a short-term loan during the academic semesters only.