You Can Afford the Best
For the eighth year in a row, the average out-of-pocket net tuition at Wisconsin’s private, nonprofit colleges and universities is under $5,500. The net tuition in 2014-2015 at these Wisconsin colleges is 8% lower than it was in 2006-07. With smaller classes, more personal attention from faculty, and a better chance of graduating in four years, why not consider a Wisconsin private, nonprofit college?
Think “Net,” Not “Sticker” Price
There can be a big difference between the published price of college tuition and what you ultimately pay. A Wisconsin private, nonprofit college financial aid package is designed specifically for your needs and can dramatically lower your costs. Subtract your financial aid award (grants and loans) from the tuition “sticker price” to find your actual “net” tuition. The average Wisconsin private, nonprofit college freshman financial aid package is made up of 77% grants—money you won’t have to repay—instead of loans.
College Goal Wisconsin
The best way to ensure you receive aid is to ask. Financial aid professionals on campus are experts and are committed to helping you succeed. In addition, beginning in November 2016, College Goal Wisconsin will have volunteers at locations statewide to help you complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. For a list of dates and locations, visit CollegeGoalWi.org.