Great locations, affordability, smaller class sizes, and four-year graduation rates are just a few of the advantages Wisconsin’s private nonprofit colleges and universities have to offer.
The out-of-pocket cost to attend a private, nonprofit college can be surprisingly affordable.
Approximately 100 students and supporters of student financial aid participated in WAICU Students’ Day on March 29. Over 65 legislative offices were visited.
Chelsea Wardecke is following her dream of becoming a nurse at Columbia College of Nursing.
Natalie Busalacchi is a first-generation student who will soon complete her nursing degree at Marquette University.
Ben Meunier, an anthropology student at Lawrence University, plans to give back through public service after graduation.
Joseph Schwall has challenged himself in many ways at MSOE, including his participation on the Formula Hybrid team.
Mikaela Fischer is cultivating her love of science and art at Northland College in Ashland, WI.
Nicole Stahmann is double majoring in elementary education and Spanish at Wisconsin Lutheran College, where she will benefit from a four year graduation guarantee.
Alexander Villegas is double majoring and highly involved in extracurricular activities at Beloit College.