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Board Report #01-3

Student Aid Expenditures for 1999-2000

 

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP

Academic Excellence Scholarships are awarded to high school seniors who have the highest cumulative grade point average in each public and private high school throughout the state of Wisconsin. The number of scholarships for which each high school is eligible is based on total student enrollment. In order to receive a scholarship, a student must enroll full-time by September 30 of the year in which the student graduated from high school, at a participating University of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Technical College, or Independent institution in the State of Wisconsin. The scholarship is applied to the student's tuition, in the amount of $2250 per year, for up to four years. Half of the scholarship is funded by the State, while the other half is matched by the institution.

The total dollars expended for this program decreased by nine percent in 1999-2000 compared to 1998-99. The number of awards increased from 2,586 in 1998-99 to 2,721 in 1999-2000. The average award decreased from $1,210 to $1,046.

In 1999-2000 the majority of recipients attended University of Wisconsin schools (over 83 percent).

 

HANDICAPPED STUDENT GRANT

The Handicapped Student Grant Program was established to provide funding for Wisconsin residents, enrolled at an in-state or eligible out-of-state public or independent institution who show financial need and have a hearing or visual impairment. Students are eligible to receive up to $1,800 per year for up to five years.

The total dollars expended for this program in 1999-2000 increased by 2.5 percent compared to 1998-99. The number of recipients decreased by one award in 1999-2000 compared to 1998-99. The average award increased from $1,502 to $1,561.

The majority of the funds continue to be utilized by students attending Technical Colleges throughout the state.

 

INDEPENDENT STUDENT GRANT

The Independent Student Grant provided funding to resident undergraduate students who were recipients of Aid to Families with Dependent Children (A.F.D.C.). Awards were based on financial need. Students who no longer reside in Wisconsin or who have not successfully completed requirements for a degree within five years of receiving this grant are required to repay the grant amount. Beginning with the academic year 1997-98, no students are eligible for an original grant under this program per statutory change and no new grants have been made since that time. Of the students who received funding under this program, the majority (over 78 percent) are forgiven in full.

 

INDIAN STUDENT GRANT

Awards under this program are made to Wisconsin residents who are at least twenty five percent Native American and are undergraduate or graduate students enrolled at least half time in degree or certificate programs at University of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Technical College, Independent Colleges and Universities or Proprietary Institutions throughout Wisconsin. Awards are based on financial need with a limit of ten semesters of eligibility. HEAB has an informal matching arrangement with grant funds awarded by the Federal Bureau of Indian Affairs and Wisconsin Tribal governments.

The total dollars expended in 1999-2000 increased from 1998-99 by more than three percent. The number of recipients decreased by more than nine percent. The average award rose from $845 in 1998-99 to $915 in 1999-2000.

The 1999-2000 academic year was the fourth year that the maximum grant a student could receive under this program was $1,100. Prior to 1995-96 the maximum grant was $2,200. 1999-2000 was the first year that the funding for this program came from gaming revenues.

 

MINORITY RETENTION GRANT

Awards under this program are made to resident minority undergraduates, excluding first year students, enrolled at least half-time in Independent or Wisconsin Technical College institutions. According to the statutes, a minority student is defined as a student who is either a Black American, American Indian, Hispanic, or Southeast Asian admitted to the U. S. after December 31, 1975. Awards are based on financial need with a maximum grant of $2,500 per year for up to eight semesters or twelve quarters. The University of Wisconsin System has a similar program for students attending those institutions.

Academic year 1999-2000 was the fifth year that funds available under this program were divided between technical colleges and independent colleges and universities.

The total dollars expended by both systems in 1999-2000 decreased by less than one percent compared to 1998-99. The number of recipients increased by just less than one percent. The average award (for both sectors) decreased from $1,110 in 1998-99 to $1,082 in 1999-2000.

The majority of recipients for the Minority Retention Grant continue to be African American.

 

MINORITY TEACHER LOAN

The Minority Teacher Loan Program provides loans at five percent interest of up to $2,500 per year to a maximum of $5,000 to resident, minority, undergraduate students who are enrolled at least half time in programs leading to teacher licensure at an Independent or University of Wisconsin Institution. The student who participates in this program must agree to teach in a school district located in the state in which minority students constitute at least twenty nine percent of total enrollment or in a school district participating in the interdistrict pupil transfer (Chapter 220) program. If the student does not teach in an eligible district, the loan must be repaid.

In 1999-2000, the total dollars expended increased by over two percent. However, the number of participants in this program decreased by more than eight percent compared to 1998-99. The average award increased from $1,833 in 1998-99 to $2,025 in 1999-2000.

For the first time in 1999-2000, due to an administrative rule change, this program became available to students attending school at least half-time rather than at least full-time. Students are also no longer required to show financial need in order to be considered for this program.

 

NURSING STUDENT STIPEND LOAN

The Nursing Student Stipend Loan was established to fund full-time, undergraduate, Wisconsin resident, nursing students with financial need. Beginning with the 1995-96 academic year a provision was added to the 1995 Act 27 which prohibits any new students from participating in this forgivable loan program. Of the students who received funding under this program, the majority (over 76 percent) are currently in forgiveness status or their loan has been forgiven in full.

 

PAUL DOUGLAS SCHOLARSHIP

The Paul Douglas Scholarship was developed to provide funding for students who graduated in the top ten percent of their high school class and are in training to become teachers. This forgivable loan program (although referred to as a scholarship) funded by the federal government and administered by HEAB was repealed in 1995-96. Of the 213 students who received funding under this program, more than 76% have been forgiven or are in forgiveness status.

 

TALENT INCENTIVE PROGRAM GRANT

The Talent Incentive Program Grant provides grant assistance to the most needy and educationally disadvantaged students attending colleges and universities in the State of Wisconsin. The maximum award per year for freshmen is $1,800. Upper class students are eligible for up to $1,180 per year if enrolled consecutive terms and continue to show financial need. Eligibility cannot exceed ten semesters.

Both the State of Wisconsin and the Federal Government provide funding for the TIP Grant. $4,468,058 was expended in 1999-2000, of which $532,656 was federal funds. The number of awards in 1999-2000 decreased by over six percent compared to 1998-99. The average award decreased by one percent. The majority of the funds were utilized by dependent students (over 68 percent).

 

TEACHER EDUCATION LOAN PROGRAM

The Teacher Education Loan Program provides loans at 5% interest of up to $2,000 to Wisconsin residents enrolled in either the Inservice or Preservice programs a the Milwaukee Teacher Education Center (MTEC). The student who receives this loan must agree to teach in a Wisconsin school district operating under Chapter 119 of the Wisconsin State Statutes, First Class School Systems (currently only the Milwaukee Public Schools). For each year the student teaches in the eligible school district, 50% of the loan is forgiven. If the student does not teach in the eligible district, the loan must be repaid at an interest rate of 5%. This program was first established and implemented in 1997-98.

The total dollars expended in 1999-2000 increased by six percent from 1998-99. The total number of awards fell by one. The average award stayed the same ($2,000) from 1998-99 to 1999-2000. At the end of the 1999-2000 academic year, the first 24 recipients were forgiven-in-full and three recipients were placed in repayment.

 

TEACHER OF THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED LOAN PROGRAM

The Teacher of the Visually Impaired Loan Program provides loans to Wisconsin residents who are enrolled at least part-time at an in-state or eligible out-of-state institution in a program that prepares them to be licensed as teachers of the visually impaired or as orientation or mobility instructors. The maximum award per year is $10,000 with an overall maximum of $40,000. The student who participates in this program must agree to be a licensed teacher or an orientation or mobility instructor in a Wisconsin School district, the Wisconsin Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired or a cooperative educational service agency. For each of the first two years the student teaches and meets the eligibility criteria, 25 percent of the loan is forgiven. For the third year, 50 percent is forgiven. If the student does not teach and meet the eligibility criteria, the loan must be repaid at an interest rate of 5 percent.

This program was established in May of 2000. The first awards will be made for the 2000-01 academic year.

 

WISCONSIN HIGHER EDUCATION GRANT

The Wisconsin Higher Education Grant Program provides grant assistance to undergraduate, Wisconsin residents enrolled at least half time in degree or certificate programs at University of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Technical College institutions and Tribal College institutions. Awards are based on financial need. Eligibility cannot exceed ten semesters.

In reviewing the following information, the information below should be noted:

The total dollars expended for the WHEG - UW System decreased by 3.5 percent compared to 1998-99. The average award for a student attending a University of Wisconsin in 1998-99 was $951. In 1999-2000 the average award increased to $1,011. The number of recipients dropped from 18,379 in 1998-99 to 16,669 in 1999-2000.

The total dollars expended for the WHEG - WTC System decreased by 3.7 percent compared to 1998-99. The average 1998-99 award for students attending a Wisconsin Technical College was $758. In 1999-2000 the average award decreased to $748. The number of recipients decreased from 15, 561 in 1998-99 to 15,173 in 1999-2000.

The total dollars expended for the WHEG - Tribal Colleges was $374, 868. The average award was $1,254 and there were 299 recipients. 1999-2000 was the first year of existence for this grant program. It is funded by tribal gaming revenues.

In 1999-2000 the total funds expended under the WHEG program (by the three systems) were $28,583,574. In 1998-99 the total expended under the WHEG program was $29,265,926.

Single independent students attending a University of Wisconsin institution in 1999-2000 received the majority of the funds available (just under 37 percent). Their average award was $1,006 compared to the $1,043 average award received by independent students with families and the $991 average award received by dependent students.

Independent students with families attending a Wisconsin Technical College in 1999-2000 received the majority of the funds available (over 55 percent). Their average award was $757 compared to the $683 average award received by single independent students and the $864 average award received by dependent students.

Single independent students attending tribal colleges in 1999-2000 received the majority of the funds available (over 47 percent). Their average award was $1,267 compared to the $1,263 average award received by independent students with families and the $1,169 average award received by dependent students.

 

WISCONSIN TUITION GRANT

The Wisconsin Tuition Grant Program provides grant assistance to undergraduate, Wisconsin residents enrolled at least half time in degree or certificate programs at Independent Colleges or Universities throughout Wisconsin. Awards are based on financial need and partially based on the portion of tuition in excess of UW - Madison tuition. Grants range from $250 to $2,300 per year. Eligibility cannot exceed ten semesters.

In reviewing the following information, the information below should be noted:

Total funds spent under the Wisconsin Tuition Grant Program decreased less than 3 percent from 1998-99 to 1999-2000. The number of recipients decreased just 1%. The average award decreased by just under 3 percent in 1999-2000 when compared to 1998-99.

Dependent students received the majority of the funds available in 1999-2000 (just under 76 percent) while their average award was $2,000 compared to the $1,640 average award for single independent students and the $1,430 average award for independent students with families.

 

1999-2000
PROGRAMS ADMINISTERED BY THE
HIGHER EDUCATIONAL AIDS BOARD*

TOTAL BY PROGRAM
PROGRAM DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP $2,846,799 2,721 $1,046
HANDICAPPED STUDENT GRANT $110,803 71 $1,561
INDIAN STUDENT GRANT $755,205 825 $915
MINORITY RETENTION GRANT
- INDEPENDENT COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
$333,736 290 $1,151
MINORITY RETENTION GRANT
- WTC SYSTEM
$356,838 348 $1,025
MINORITY TEACHER LOAN $236,978 117 $2,025
TALENT INCENTIVE PROGRAM GRANT $4,468,058 4,133 $1,081
TEACHER EDUCATION LOAN $248,000 124 $2,000
WISCONSIN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL GRANT
- TRIBAL COLLEGES
$374,868 299 $1,254
WISCONSIN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL GRANT
- UW SYSTEM
$16,854,076 16,669 $1,011
WISCONSIN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL GRANT
- WTC SYSTEM
$11,354,630 15,173 $748
WISCONSIN TUITION GRANT $17,412,235 9,306 $1,871
TOTALS $55,352,226 50,076 $1,105

* With the exception of Dental Capitation, MCoW Capitation, MN-WI Reciprocity, Independent Student Grant, Nursing Student Stipend Loan, Paul Douglas Scholarship, and Wisconsin Health Education Assistance Loan.

1999-2000
ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP

COLLEGE
OR UNIVERSITY
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER OF
SCHOLARS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE OF
TOTAL DOLLARS SPENT
ALVERNO COLLEGE $3,378 3 $1,126 0.12%
BELLIN COLLEGE OF NURSING $2,250 4 $563 0.08%
BELOIT COLLEGE $10,125 9 $1,125 0.36%
CARDINAL STRITCH UNIVERSITY $3,938 4 $985 0.14%
CARROLL COLLEGE $38,548 38 $1,014 1.35%
CARTHAGE COLLEGE $13,501 12 $1,125 0.47%
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY $11,250 10 $1,125 0.40%
EDGEWOOD COLLEGE $2,250 2 $1,125 0.08%
LAKELAND COLLEGE $3,938 7 $563 0.14%
LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY $56,438 51 $1,107 1.98%
MARANATHA BAPTIST BIBLE COLLEGE $9,219 10 $922 0.32%
MARION COLLEGE $5,625 6 $938 0.20%
MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY $140,052 130 $1,077 4.92%
MID-STATE TECH. COLLEGE $543 3 $181 0.02%
MILWAUKEE AREA TECH. COLLEGE $3,862 4 $965 0.14%
MILWAUKEE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING $35,073 32 $1,096 1.23%
MT. MARY COLLEGE $3,375 3 $1,125 0.12%
MT. SENARIO COLLEGE $562 1 $562 0.02%
NORTHCENTRAL TECH. COLLEGE $563 1 $563 0.02%
NORTHLAND COLLEGE $1,125 1 $1,125 0.04%
RIPON COLLEGE $28,125 26 $1,082 0.99%
ST. NORBERT COLLEGE $63,002 58 $1,086 2.21%
UW COLLEGES $18,772 22 $853 0.66%
UW EAU CLAIRE $143,149 147 $974 5.03%
UW GREEN BAY $50,288 62 $811 1.77%
UW LA CROSSE $142,875 132 $1,082 5.02%
UW MADISON $1,489,658 1,366 $1,091 52.33%
UW MILWAUKEE $97,304 108 $901 3.42%
UW OSHKOSH $47,270 52 $909 1.66%
UW PARKSIDE $20,250 18 $1,125 0.71%
UW PLATTEVILLE $89,254 99 $902 3.14%
UW RIVER FALLS $54,000 50 $1,080 1.90%
UW STEVENS POINT $102,938 106 $971 3.62%
UW STOUT $35,326 34 $1,039 1.24%
UW SUPERIOR $7,875 7 $1,125 0.28%
UW WHITEWATER $73,508 67 $1,907 2.58%
VITERBO COLLEGE $18,370 17 $1,081 0.65%
WISCONSIN INDIANHEAD TECH. COLLEGE $2,330 3 $777 0.08%
WISCONSIN LUTHERAN COLLEGE $14,063 13 $1,082 0.49%
TOTAL $2,846,799 2,721 $1,046 100.00%

YEAR
IN SCHOOL
UW SYSTEM INDEPENDENT
COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
WTC SYSTEM PERCENTAGE OF
TOTAL DOLLARS SPENT
FRESHMEN 594 135 7 27.05%
SOPHMORES 590 99 5 25.51%
JUNIORS 542 86 2 23.15%
SENIORS 544 117 0 24.29%
TOTAL 2,270 437 14 100.00%

SECTOR DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE OF
TOTAL DOLLARS SPENT
INDEPENDENT
COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
$464,207 437 $1,062 16.31%
UW SYSTEM $2,372,466 2,270 $1,045 83.34%
WTC SYSTEM $10,127 14 $723 0.36%
TOTAL $2,846,799 2,721 $1,046 100.00%

DOLLARS SPENT BY SECTOR
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1999-2000
HANDICAPPED STUDENT GRANT

COLLEGE
OR UNIVERSITY
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
CARROLL COLLEGE $3,600 2 $1,800 3.25%
CARTHAGE COLLEGE $2,700 2 $1,350 2.44%
GALLAUDET UNIVERSITY $12,600 7 $1,800 11.37%
GATEWAY TECH. COLLEGE $1,257 1 $1,257 1.13%
LAKESHORE TECH. COLLEGE $900 1 $900 0.81%
MADISON AREA TECH. COLLEGE $9,648 6 $1,608 8.71%
MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY $3,600 2 $1,800 3.25%
MID-STATE TECH. COLLEGE $3,600 2 $1,800 3.25%
MILWAUKEE AREA TECH. COLLEGE $7,300 5 $1,460 6.59%
MORAIN PARK TECH. COLLEGE $3,600 2 $1,800 3.25%
MT. MARY COLLEGE $1,800 1 $1,800 1.62%
NORTHCENTRAL TECH. COLLEGE $8,177 8 $1,022 7.38%
NORTHEAST WISCONSIN TECH. COLLEGE $3,600 2 $1,800 3.25%
NORTHLAND COLLEGE $900 1 $900 0.81%
ROCHESTER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY $3,600 2 $1,350 3.25%
UW COLLEGES $1,800 1 $1,800 1.62%
UW EAU CLAIRE $3,600 2 $1,800 3.25%
UW GREEN BAY $3,600 2 $1,800 3.25%
UW LA CROSSE $2,700 2 $1,350 2.44%
UW MADISON $3,600 2 $1,800 3.25%
UW MILWAUKEE $7,921 5 $1,584 7.15%
UW OSHKOSH $900 1 $900 0.81%
UW STEVENS POINT $6,300 4 $1,575 5.69%
UW STOUT $1,800 1 $1,800 1.62%
UW SUPERIOR $1,800 1 $1,800 1.62%
UW WHITEWATER $2,700 2 $1,350 2.44%
VITERBO COLLEGE $1,800 1 $1,800 1.62%
WAUKESHA COUNTY TECH. COLLEGE $1,800 1 $1,800 1.62%
WESTERN WISCONSIN TECH. COLLEGE $3,600 2 $1,800 3.25%
WISCONSIN LUTHERAN COLLEGE $1,800 1 $1,800 1.62%
TOTAL $110,803 71 $1,561 100.00%

SECTOR DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
INDEPENDENT
COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
$16,200 10 $1,620 14.62%
OTHER $16,200 9 $1,800 14.62%
UW SYSTEM $36,721 23 $1,597 33.14%
WTC SYSTEM $41,682 29 $1,437 37.62%
TOTAL $110,803 71 $1,561 100.00%

1999-2000
INDEPENDENT STUDENT GRANT

STATUS NUMBER OF
RECIPENTS
PERCENTAGE
OF RECIPIENTS
DECEASED 0 0.00%
DEFAULTED 0 0.00%
DEFERRED 0 0.00%
DISABLED/IMPRISONED 4 0.50%
ENROLLED 0 0.00%
FORBEARANCE 0 0.00%
FORGIVENESS 0 0.00%
FORGIVEN IN FULL 611 76.28%
INTERIM 142 17.73%
PAID IN FULL 6 0.75%
REPAYMENT 31 3.87%
TOTAL REFUNDED 7 0.87%
WITHDREW 0 0.00%
TOTAL 801 100.00%

INDEPENDENT STUDENT GRANT
BY STATUS

ISG graph

1999-2000
INDIAN STUDENT GRANT

COLLEGE
OR UNIVERSITY
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
ALVERNO COLLEGE $7,600 7 $1,086 1.01%
CARROLL COLLEGE $3,300 3 $1,100 0.44%
CHIPPEWA VALLEY TECH. COLLEGE $3,639 4 $910 0.48%
COLLEGE OF THE MENOMINEE NATION $90,852 103 $882 12.03%
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY $4,400 4 $1,100 0.58%
EDGEWOOD COLLEGE $3,300 3 $1,100 0.44%
FOX VALLEY TECH. COLLEGE $9,075 11 $825 1.20%
LAC COURTE OREILLES OJIBWA
COMMUNITY COLLEGE
$116,760 135 $865 15.46%
LAKELAND COLLEGE $7,700 8 $963 1.02%
LAKESHORE TECH. COLLEGE $3,300 3 $1,100 0.44%
MADISON AREA TECH. COLLEGE $20,478 22 $931 2.71%
MARIAN COLLEGE $1,100 1 $1,100 0.15%
MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY $4,950 5 $990 0.66%
MID-STATE TECH. COLLEGE $6,234 8 $779 0.83%
MILWAUKEE AREA TECH. COLLEGE $53,612 63 $851 7.10%
MILWAUKEE BUSINESS TRAINING INSTITUTE $1,100 1 $1,100 0.15%
MILWAUKEE INSTITUTE OF ART & DESIGN $1,100 1 $1,100 0.15%
MILWAUKEE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING $5,500 5 $1,100 0.73%
MORAINE PARK TECH. COLLEGE $550 1 $550 0.07%
MT. MARY COLLEGE $1,100 1 $1,100 0.15%
MT. SENARIO COLLEGE $2,750 4 $688 0.36%
NATIVE AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL SERVICES $10,450 12 $871 1.38%
NICOLET AREA TECH. COLLEGE $20,683 24 $862 2.74%
NORTHCENTRAL TECH. COLLEGE $6,920 9 $769 0.92%
NORTHEAST WISCONSIN TECH. COLLEGE $52,718 58 $909 6.98%
NORTHLAND COLLEGE $12,100 13 $931 1.60%
ST. NORBERT COLLEGE $7,600 8 $950 1.01%
UW COLLEGES $22,993 22 $1,045 3.04%
UW EAU CLAIRE $10,487 11 $953 1.39%
UW GREEN BAY $29,813 34 $877 3.95%
UW LA CROSSE $17,586 18 $977 2.33%
UW MADISON $36,798 36 $1,022 4.87%
UW MILWAUKEE $41,800 43 $972 5.53%
UW OSHKOSH $19,845 20 $992 2.63%
UW PARKSIDE $4,400 4 $1,100 0.58%
UW PLATTEVILLE $2,730 3 $912 0.36%
UW RIVER FALLS $3,850 4 $963 0.51%
UW STEVENS POINT $33,840 35 $967 4.48%
UW STOUT $10,450 10 $1,045 1.38%
UW SUPERIOR $13,977 16 $874 1.85%
UW WHITEWATER $7,700 7 $1,100 1.02%
WAUKESHA COUNTY TECH. COLLEGE $550 1 $550 0.07%
WESTERN WISCONSIN TECH. COLLEGE $5,500 6 $917 0.73%
WISCONSIN INDIANHEAD TECH. COLLEGE $34,010 38 $895 4.50%
TOTAL $755,205 825 $915 100.00%

SECTOR DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
INDEPENDENT
COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
$72,950 75 $973 9.66%
OTHER $1,100 4 $1,100 0.15%
UW SYSTEM $256,274 263 $974 33.93%
WTC SYSTEM $217,269 248 $876 28.77%
WISCONSIN TRIBAL COLLEGES $207,612 238 $872 27.49%
TOTAL $755,205 825 $915 100.00%

DOLLARS SPENT BY SECTOR
Indian Grant graph

1999-2000
MINORITY RETENTION GRANT

INDEPENDENT COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES

COLLEGE
OR UNIVERSITY
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
ALVERNO COLLEGE 62 $56,579 $913 16.95%
BELOIT COLLEGE 4 $4,600 $1,150 1.38%
CARDINAL STRITCH UNIVERSITY 29 $24,200 $834 7.25%
CARROLL COLLEGE 9 $16,200 $1,800 4.85%
CARTHAGE COLLEGE 9 $10,950 $1,217 3.28%
COLLEGE OF THE MENOMINEE NATION 7 $14,000 $2,000 4.19%
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY 14 $28,700 $2,050 8.60%
EDGEWOOD COLLEGE 10 $4,800 $480 1.44%
LAC COURTE OREILLES OJIBWA
COMMUNITY COLLEGE
12 $25,020 $2,085 7.50%
LAKELAND COLLEGE 3 $5,100 $1,700 1.53%
LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY 2 $2,400 $1,200 0.72%
MARANATHA BAPTIST BIBLE COLLEGE 1 $1,000 $1,000 0.30%
MARION COLLEGE 16 $6,000 $375 1.80%
MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY 31 $63,100 $2,035 18.91%
MILWAUKEE INSTITUTE OF ART & DESIGN 4 $5,750 $1,438 1.72%
MILWAUKEE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 8 $14,348 $1,794 4.30%
MT. MARY COLLEGE 23 $19,450 $846 5.83%
MT. SENARIO COLLEGE 14 $6,400 $457 1.92%
NATIVE AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 7 $1,200 $171 0.36%
NORTHLAND COLLEGE 6 $5,400 $900 1.62%
RIPON COLLEGE 2 $4,000 $2,000 1.20%
ST. NORBERT COLLEGE 8 $8,889 $1,111 2.66%
VITERBO COLLEGE 8 $4,600 $575 1.38%
WISCONSIN LUTHERAN COLLEGE 1 $1,050 $1,050 0.31%
TOTAL 290 $333,736 $1,151 100.00%

YEAR
IN SCHOOL
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
SOPHOMORES 112 $136,951 $1,223 41.04%
JUNIORS 104 $109,624 $1,054 32.85%
SENIORS 59 $67,240 $1,140 20.15%
5TH YEAR STUDENTS 15 $19,921 $1,328 5.97%
TOTAL 290 $333,736 $1,151 100.00%

STATUS NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
DEPENDENT 117 $137,891 $1,179 41.32%
INDEPENDENT, FAMILY 106 $118,980 $1,122 35.65%
SINGLE, INDEPENDENT 67 $76,865 $1,147 23.03%
TOTAL 290 $333,736 $1,151 100.00%

MINORITY GROUP NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
AFRICAN-AMERICAN 169 $188,507 $1,115 56.48%
AMERICAN INDIAN 34 $44,912 $1,321 13.46%
ASIAN-AMERICAN 34 $33,010 $971 9.89%
HISPANIC 53 $67,307 $1,270 20.17%
TOTAL 290 $333,736 $1,151 100.00%

1999-2000
MINORITY RETENTION GRANT

WISCONSIN TECHNICAL COLLEGE SYSTEM

TECHNICAL
COLLEGE
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
BLACKHAWK 10 $9,231 $923 2.59%
CHIPPEWA VALLEY 5 $2,200 $440 0.62%
FOX VALLEY 16 $7,158 $447 2.01%
GATEWAY 11 $21,467 $1,952 6.02%
LAKESHORE 4 $4,600 $1,150 1.29%
MADISON AREA 70 $107,240 $1,532 30.05%
MID-STATE 4 $449 $112 0.13%
MILWAUKEE AREA 176 $165,519 $940 46.38%
MORAINE PARK 2 $850 $425 0.24%
NICOLET AREA 1 $1,550 $1,550 0.43%
NORTHEAST WISCONSIN 9 $17,779 $1,978 4.99%
NORTHCENTRAL 8 $3,750 $469 1.05%
SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN 0 $0 $0 0.00%
WAUKESHA COUNTY 19 $7,373 $388 2.07%
WESTERN WISCONSIN 10 $4,250 $425 1.19%
WISCONSIN INDIANHEAD 3 $3,400 $1,133 0.95%
TOTAL 348 $356,838 $1,025 100.00%

YEAR
IN SCHOOL
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
SOPHOMORES 248 $258,608 $1,043 72.47%
JUNIORS 71 $70,668 $995 19.88%
SENIORS 23 $21,362 $929 5.99%
5TH YEAR STUDENTS 6 $6,200 $1,033 1.74%
TOTAL 348 $356,838 $1,025 100.00%

STATUS NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
DEPENDENT 53 $48,825 $921 13.68%
INDEPENDENT, FAMILY 120 $126,536 $1,054 35,46%
SINGLE, INDEPENDENT 175 $181,477 $1,037 50.86%
TOTAL 348 $356,838 $1,025 100.00%

MINORITY GROUP NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
AFRICAN-AMERICAN 172 $182,448 $1,061 51.13%
AMERICAN INDIAN 21 $21,913 $1,043 6.14%
ASIAN-AMERICAN 72 $58,809 $817 16.48%
HISPANIC 83 $93,668 $1,129 26.25%
TOTAL 348 $356,838 $1,025 100.00%

1999-2000
MINORITY TEACHER LOAN

COLLEGE
OR UNIVERSITY
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
ALVERNO COLLEGE $23,500 10 $2,350 9.92%
CARDINAL STRITCH UNIVERSITY $10,000 4 $2,500 4.22%
CARTHAGE COLLEGE $2,500 1 $2,500 1.05%
EDGEWOOD COLLEGE $2,500 1 $2,500 1.05%
MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY $20,000 8 $2,500 8.44%
UW MADISON $10,000 8 $1,250 4.22%
UW MILWAUKEE $106,710 50 $2,134 45.03%
UW OSHKOSH $6,352 3 $2,117 2.68%
UW PARKSIDE $14,166 7 $2,024 5.98%
UW WHITEWATER $36,250 23 $1,576 15.30%
WISCONSIN LUTHERAN COLLEGE $5,000 2 $2,500 2.11%
TOTAL $236,978 117 $2,025 100.00%

SECTOR DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
INDEPENDENT
COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
$63,500 26 $2,442 26.80%
UW SYSTEM $173,478 91 $1,906 73.20%
TOTAL $236,978 117 $2,025 100.00%

STATUS NUMBER OF
RECIPENTS
PERCENTAGE
OF RECIPIENTS
DECEASED 0 0.00%
DEFAULTED 5 0.79%
DEFERRED 10 1.58%
DISABLED/IMPRISONED 0 0.00%
ENROLLED 158 25.00%
FORBEARANCE 1 0.16%
FORGIVENESS 115 18.20%
FORGIVEN IN FULL 157 24.84%
INTERIM 16 2.53%
PAID IN FULL 44 6.96%
REPAYMENT 126 19.94%
TOTAL REFUNDED 0 0.00%
WITHDREW 0 0.00%
TOTAL 632 100.00%

MINORITY TEACHER LOAN
BY STATUS

Minority Teacher Loan graph

1999-2000
NURSING STUDENT STIPEND LOAN

STATUS NUMBER OF
RECIPENTS
PERCENTAGE
OF RECIPIENTS
DECEASED 1 0.08%
DEFAULTED 5 0.79%
DEFERRED 2 0.17%
DISABLED/IMPRISONED 0 0.00%
ENROLLED 19 1.58%
FORBEARANCE 3 0.25%
FORGIVENESS 183 15.22%
FORGIVEN IN FULL 740 61.56%
INTERIM 150 12.48%
PAID IN FULL 51 4.24%
REPAYMENT 22 1.83%
TOTAL REFUNDED 12 1.00%
WITHDREW 19 1.58%
TOTAL 1,202 100.00%

NURSING STUDENT STIPEND LOAN
BY STATUS

NSSL graph

1999-2000
PAUL DOUGLAS SCHOLARSHIP

STATUS NUMBER OF
RECIPENTS
PERCENTAGE
OF RECIPIENTS
DECEASED 1 0.47%
DEFAULTED 0 0.00%
DEFERRED 0 0.00%
DISABLED/IMPRISONED 0 0.00%
ENROLLED 0 0.00%
FORBEARANCE 0 0.00%
FORGIVENESS 55 25.82%
FORGIVEN IN FULL 108 50.70%
INTERIM 18 8.45%
PAID IN FULL 8 3.76%
REPAYMENT 22 10.33%
TOTAL REFUNDED 0 0.00%
WITHDREW 1 0.47%
TOTAL 213 100.00%

PAUL DOUGLAS SCHOLARSHIP
BY STATUS

Paul Douglas graph

1999-2000
TALENT INCENTIVE PROGRAM GRANT

COLLEGE
OR UNIVERSITY
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
ALVERNO COLLEGE $136,329 123 $1,108 3.05%
BELLIN COLLEGE OF NURSING $3,540 3 $1,180 0.08%
BELLIN - UWGB $1,800 1 $1,800 0.04%
BELOIT COLLEGE $10,832 9 $1,204 0.24%
BLACKHAWK TECH. COLLEGE $10,701 9 $1,189 0.24%
CARDINAL STRITCH UNIVERISTY $16,825 18 $935 0.38%
CARROLL COLLEGE $88,345 72 $1,227 1.98%
CARTHAGE COLLEGE $8,540 8 $1,068 0.19%
CHIPPEWA VALLEY TECH. COLLEGE $94,934 86 $1,104 2.12%
COLLEGE OF THE MENOMINEE NATION $10,109 12 $842 0.23%
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY $19,298 18 $1,072 0.43%
EDGEWOOD COLLEGE $29,290 26 $1,127 0.66%
FOX VALLEY TECH. COLLEGE $14,912 16 $932 0.33%
GATEWAY TECH. COLLEGE $43,104 41 $1,051 0.96%
LAC COURTE OREILLES OJIBWA
COMMUNITY COLLEGE
$13,428 15 $895 0.30%
LAKELAND COLLEGE $41,630 34 $1,224 0.93%
LAKESHORE TECH. COLLEGE $55,727 48 $1,161 1.25%
LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY $11,860 10 $1,186 0.27%
MADISON AREA TECH. COLLEGE $54,427 54 $1,008 1.22%
MARANATHA BAPTIST BIBLE COLLEGE $10,886 9 $1,210 0.24%
MARIAN COLLEGE $48,058 44 $1,092 1.08%
MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY $218,541 176 $1,242 4.89%
MID-STATE TECH. COLLEGE $24,593 23 $1,069 0.55%
MILWAUKEE AREA TECH. COLLEGE $563,619 524 $1,076 12.61%
MILWAUKEE INSTITUTE OF ART & DESIGN $26,247 21 $1,250 0.59%
MILWAUKEE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING $31,501 26 $1,212 0.71%
MORAINE PARK TECH. COLLEGE $20,537 25 $821 0.46%
MT. MARY COLLEGE $26,213 27 $971 0.59%
MT. SENARIO COLLEGE $96,464 94 $1,026 2.16%
NATIVE AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL SERVICES $5,606 6 $934 0.13%
NICOLET AREA TECH. COLLEGE $44,025 44 $1,001 0.99%
NORTHCENTRAL TECH. COLLEGE $35,040 39 $898 0.78%
NORTHEAST WISCONSIN TECH. COLLEGE $26,113 23 $1,135 0.58%
NORTHLAND COLLEGE $41,100 34 $1,209 0.92%
RIPON COLLEGE $15,871 15 $1,058 0.36%
ST. NORBERT COLLEGE $75,602 61 $1,239 1.69%
SILVER LAKE COLLEGE $29,423 27 $1,090 0.66%
SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN TECH. COLLEGE $27,642 23 $1,202 0.62%
UW COLLEGES $104,804 108 $970 2.35%
UW EAU CLAIRE $240,420 222 $1,083 5.38%
UW GREEN BAY $117,900 106 $1,112 2.64%
UW LA CROSSE $138,868 142 $978 3.11%
UW MADISON $296,679 266 $1,115 6.64%
UW MILWAUKEE $422,847 405 $1,044 9.46%
UW OSHKOSH $108,384 105 $1,032 2.43%
UW PARKSIDE $151,920 130 $1,169 3.40%
UW PLATTEVILLE $70,088 65 $1,078 1.57%
UW RIVER FALLS $88,140 83 $1,062 1.97%
UW STEVENS POINT $197,390 208 $949 4.42%
UW STOUT $121,653 111 $1,096 2.72%
UW SUPERIOR $41,997 36 $1,167 0.94%
UW WHITEWATER $153,464 143 $1,073 3.43%
VITERBO COLLEGE $38,790 31 $1,251 0.87%
WAUKESHA COUNTY TECH. COLLEGE $15,520 15 $1,035 0.35%
WESTERN WISCONSIN TECH. COLLEGE $29,692 24 $1,237 0.66%
WISCONSIN INDIANHEAD TECH. COLLEGE $87,084 81 $1,075 1.95%
WISCONSIN LUTHERAN COLLEGE $9,706 8 $1,213 0.22%
TOTAL $4,468,058 4,133 $1,081 100.00%

SECTOR DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
INDEPENDENT
COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
$1,042,297 901 $1,157 23.33%
UW SYSTEM $2,254,554 2,130 $1,058 50.46%
WTC SYSTEM $1,147,670 1,075 $1,068 25.69%
WISCONSIN TRIBAL COLLEGES $23,537 27 $872 0.53%
TOTAL $4,468,058 4,133 $1,081 100.00%

YEAR
IN SCHOOL
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
FRESHMEN $1,773,504 1,666 $1,065 39.69%
SOPHMORES $1,272,343 1,159 $1,098 28.48%
JUNIORS $733,305 672 $1,091 16.41%
SENIORS $530,272 479 $1,107 11.87%
5TH YEAR STUDENTS $158,634 157 $1,010 3.55%
TOTAL $4,468,058 4,133 $1,081 100.00%

STATUS DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
DEPENDENT $3,054,019 2,796 $1,092 68.35%
INDEPENDENT, FAMILY $503,305 478 $1,053 11.26%
SINGLE, INDEPENDENT $910,735 859 $1,060 20.38%
TOTAL $4,468,058 4,133 $1,081 100.00%

1999-2000
TEACHER EDUCATION LOAN

COLLEGE
OR UNIVERSITY
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
MILWAUKEE TEACHER
EDUCATION CENTER
$248,000 124 $2,000 100.00%

STATUS NUMBER OF
RECIPENTS
PERCENTAGE
OF RECIPIENTS
DECEASED 0 0.00%
DEFAULTED 0 0.00%
DEFERRED 0 0.00%
DISABLED/IMPRISONED 0 0.00%
ENROLLED 124 37.24%
FORBEARANCE 0 0.00%
FORGIVENESS 139 41.74%
FORGIVEN IN FULL 24 7.21%
INTERIM 0 0.00%
PAID IN FULL 0 0.00%
REPAYMENT 3 0.90%
TOTAL REFUNDED 0 0.00%
WITHDREW 43 12.91%
TOTAL 333 100.00%

TEACHER EDUCATION LOAN
BY STATUS

Teacher Education Loan graph

1999-2000
WISCONSIN HIGHER EDUCATION GRANT

TRIBAL COLLEGES*

TRIBAL COLLEGE DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
COLLEGE OF THE
MENOMINEE NATION
$105,649 92 $1,148 28.18%
LAC COURTE OREILLES OJIBWA
COMMUNITY COLLEGE
$269,219 207 $1,301 71.82%
TOTAL $374,868 299 $1,254 100.00%

YEAR
IN SCHOOL
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
FRESHMEN $238,933 203 $1,177 63.74%
SOPHMORES $135,935 96 $1,416 36.26%
TOTAL $374,868 299 $1,254 100.00%

STATUS DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
DEPENDENT $42,099 36 $1,169 11.23%
INDEPENDENT, FAMILY $154,080 122 $1,263 41.10%
SINGLE, INDEPENDENT $178,689 141 $1,267 47.67%
TOTAL $374,868 299 $1,254 100.00%

DOLLARS SPENT BY DEPENDENCY STATUS
WHEG-Tribal graph

* 1999-2000 was the first year of the Wisconsin Tribal WHEG.

1999-2000
WISCONSIN HIGHER EDUCATION GRANT

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN SYSTEM

UNIVERSITY DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
UW COLLEGES $1,521,650 1,584 $961 9.03%
UW EAU CLAIRE $1,106,581 1,094 $1,012 6.57%
UW GREEN BAY $813,791 855 $952 4.83%
UW LA CROSSE $831,999 842 $988 4.94%
UW MADISON $1,931,879 1,811 $1,067 11.46%
UW MILWAUKEE $3,322,123 3,329 $998 19.71%
UW OSHKOSH $1,263,384 1,238 $1,021 7.50%
UW PARKSIDE $935,935 893 $1,048 5.55%
UW PLATTEVILLE $668,343 684 $977 3.97%
UW RIVER FALLS $485,137 481 $1,009 2.88%
UW STEVENS POINT $1,224,290 1,193 $1,026 7.26%
UW STOUT $1,152,427 1,092 $1,055 6.84%
UW SUPERIOR $397,646 425 $936 2.36%
UW WHITEWATER $1,198,891 1,148 $1,044 7.11%
TOTAL $16,854,076 16,669 $1,011 100.00%

YEAR
IN SCHOOL
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
FRESHMEN $3,764,959 3,905 $964 22.34%
SOPHMORES $3,852,523 3,766 $1,023 22.86%
JUNIORS $3,572,278 3,376 $1,058 21.20%
SENIORS $3,547,422 3,480 $1,019 21.05%
5TH YEAR STUDENTS $2,116,892 2,142 $988 12.56%
TOTAL $16,854,076 16,669 $1,011 100.00%

STATUS DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
DEPENDENT $5,783,329 5,833 $991 34.31%
INDEPENDENT, FAMILY $4,898,401 4,698 $1,043 29.06%
SINGLE, INDEPENDENT $6,172,342 6,138 $1,006 36.62%
TOTAL $16,854,076 16,669 $1,011 100.00%

DOLLARS SPENT BY DEPENDENCY STATUS
WHEG-UW graph

1999-2000
WISCONSIN HIGHER EDUCATION GRANT

WISCONSIN TECHNICAL COLLEGE SYSTEM

TECHNICAL
COLLEGE
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
BLACKHAWK $449,653 572 $786 3.96%
CHIPPEWA VALLEY $596,832 786 $759 5.26%
FOX VALLEY $625,235 884 $707 5.51%
GATEWAY $628,129 859 $731 5.53%
LAKESHORE $308,149 434 $710 2.71%
MADISON AREA $1,110,700 1,546 $718 9.78%
MID-STATE $512,047 685 $748 4.51%
MILWAUKEE AREA $3,602,866 4,754 $758 31.73%
MORAINE PARK $291,745 404 $722 2.57%
NICOLET AREA $313,711 397 $790 2.76%
NORTHCENTRAL $450,507 628 $717 3.97%
NORTHEAST WISCONSIN $449,884 596 $755 3.96%
SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN $331,645 397 $835 2.92%
WAUKESHA COUNTY $275,636 406 $679 2.43%
WESTERN WISCONSIN $715,219 936 $764 6.30%
WISCONSIN INDIANHEAD $692,672 889 $779 6.10%
TOTAL $11,354,630 15,173 $748 100.00%

YEAR
IN SCHOOL
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
FRESHMEN $6,857,594 9,342 $734 60.39%
SOPHMORES $3,413,711 4,352 $784 30.06%
JUNIORS $766,944 1,025 $748 6.75%
SENIORS $251,458 356 $706 2.21%
5TH YEAR STUDENTS $64,923 98 $662 0.57%
TOTAL $11,354,630 15,173 $748 100.00%

STATUS DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
DEPENDENT $1,782,947 2,064 $864 15.70%
INDEPENDENT, FAMILY $6,298,363 8,316 $757 55.47%
SINGLE, INDEPENDENT $2,273,320 4,793 $683 28.83%
TOTAL $11,354,630 15,173 $748 100.00%

DOLLARS SPENT BY DEPENDENCY STATUS
WHEG-WTC graph

1999-2000
WISCONSIN TUITION GRANT

COLLEGE
OR UNIVERSITY
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
ALVERNO COLLEGE $1,220,971 765 $1,596 7.01%
BELLIN COLLEGE OF NURSING $45,975 23 $1,999 0.26%
BELLIN - UWGB $40,839 23 $1,776 0.23%
BELOIT COLLEGE $217,887 108 $2,017 1.25%
CARDINAL STRITCH UNIVERSITY $739,813 453 $1,633 4.25%
CARROLL COLLEGE $1,428,942 750 $1,905 8.21%
CARTHAGE COLLEGE $748,816 406 $1,844 4.30%
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY $876,209 558 $1,570 5.03%
EDGEWOOD COLLEGE $753,588 408 $1,847 4.33%
FOX VALLEY AVIATION $27,541 13 $2,119 0.16%
LAKELAND COLLEGE $662,286 340 $1,948 3.80%
LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY $593,821 281 $2,113 3.41%
MARANATHA BAPTIST BIBLE COLLEGE $154,746 104 $1,488 0.89%
MARIAN COLLEGE $830,917 447 $1,859 4.77%
MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY $2,414,394 1,204 $2,005 13.87%
MILWAUKEE INSTITUTE OF ART & DESIGN $439,550 215 $2,044 2.52%
MILWAUKEE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING $1,149,146 579 $1,985 6.60%
MT. MARY COLLEGE $475,953 260 $1,831 2.73%
MT. SENARIO COLLEGE $544,561 306 $1,780 3.13%
NATIVE AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL SERVICES $16,401 14 $1,172 0.09%
NORTHLAND COLLEGE $298,012 157 $1,898 1.71%
RIPON COLLEGE $628,720 301 $2,089 3.61%
SILVER LAKE COLLEGE $289,944 173 $1,676 1.67%
ST. NORBERT COLLEGE $1,225,968 581 $2,110 7.04%
VITERBO COLLEGE $1,232,877 656 $1,879 7.08%
WISCONSIN LUTHERAN COLLEGE $354,359 181 $1,958 2.04%
TOTAL $17,412,235 9,306 $1,871 100.00%

YEAR
IN SCHOOL
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
FRESHMEN $5,337,060 2,900 $1,840 30.65%
SOPHMORES $4,242,000 2,220 $1,911 24.36%
JUNIORS $4,027,634 2,120 $1,900 23.13%
SENIORS $3,101,057 1,641 $1,890 17.81%
5TH YEAR STUDENTS $704,484 425 $1,658 4.05%
TOTAL $17,412,235 9,306 $1,871 100.00%

STATUS DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
DEPENDENT $13,136,410 6,569 $2,000 75.44%
INDEPENDENT, FAMILY $1,442,508 1,009 $1,430 8.28%
SINGLE, INDEPENDENT $2,833,317 1,728 $1,640 16.27%
TOTAL $17,412,235 9,306 $1,871 100.00%

DOLLARS SPENT BY DEPENDENCY STATUS
WTG graph

 

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