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Board Report #02-6

Student Aid Expenditures for 2000-01

 

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 increased by almost two percent in 2000-01 compared to 1999-01. This may be due to an increase in students attending both terms of the academic year. The number of awards decreased from 2,721 in 1999-00 to 2,670 in 2000-01. The average award increased from $1,046 to $1,084. The drop in the number of awards may indicate more students deciding to attend school out-of-state.

In 2000-01 the majority of recipients attended University of Wisconsin schools (83.41 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 2000-01 decreased compared to 1999-00. This decrease came despite HEAB's efforts to publicize the program. The number of recipients decreased by 17 awards in 2000-01 compared to 1999-00. The average award increased from $1,561 to $1,591. The decrease in the number of awards and the total spent was due to a drop in applications. Every student who applied and met eligibility criteria received an award. HEAB plans to make extra efforts this year to further publicize the award.

Students attending school within the WTC System used 35.62 percent of the funding and UW System students used 35.05 percent.

 

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. Recipients of the grant who no longer reside in Wisconsin or who have not successfully completed requirements for a degree or certificate within five years of receiving this grant are required to repay the grant amount. Beginning with the academic year 1997-98, funding ended 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 either forgiven or paid in full.

 

INDIAN STUDENT ASSISTANCE 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 2000-01 increased from 1999-01 by almost four percent. The number of recipients increased by 1.5 percent. The average award rose from $915 in 1999-00 to $938 in 2000-01. The increases were due to a greater number of high need students taking advantage of this program.

The 2000-01 academic year was the fifth 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. In 1999-00, the funding source for this program was changed from General Program Revenue (GPR) to gaming revenues.

 

MINORITY RETENTION GRANT

Awards under this program are made to resident minority undergraduates, excluding first year students, enrolled at least half-time at 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 Administration has a similar program, the Lawton Grant, for students attending those institutions.

The total dollars expended by students from both systems in 2000-01 decreased by less than one percent compared to 1999-00. The number of recipients increased by just less than one percent. The average award (for both sectors) decreased from $1,110 in 1999-00 to $1,082 in 2000-01. The decrease in spending was due to a $10, 288 carry back from 2000-01 to 1999-00.

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 2000-01, the total dollars expended increased by over one percent. The number of participants in this program decreased by more than seven percent compared to 1999-00. However, the average award did increase from $2,025 in 1999-00 to $2,222 in 2000-01. The increase in the average award was due to an increase in financial need among the recipients.

In 1999-00, due to administrative rule changes, this program became available to students attending school at least half-time rather than at least full-time and students are no longer required to show financial need in order to be considered for this program.

Under the forgiveness component of this program, out of 741 borrowers, over 34 percent are either forgiven or paid in full. An additional 42 percent are either in forgiveness or repayment. Almost 16 percent are still enrolled at least half-time in school.

 

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 (almost 82 percent) are currently in forgiveness status, forgiven in full or paid 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 212 students who received funding under this program, more than 83% have been forgiven, are in forgiveness status or have paid in full.

 

TALENT INCENTIVE PROGRAM GRANT

The Talent Incentive Program (TIP) Grant provides grant assistance to the most financially needy and educationally disadvantaged Wisconsin resident students attending colleges and universities in the State of Wisconsin. First-time freshmen students are nominated for the TIP Grant by the school financial aid offices or by counselors of the Wisconsin Educational Opportunities Program (WEOP). To continue to receive the TIP Grant, students must be 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. $5,489,498 was expended in 2000-01, of which $875,842 was federal funds. The number of awards in 2000-01 increased by 13 compared to 1999-00. The average award increased from $1,081 in 1999-00 to $1,324 in 2000-01. This increase in the size of awards was due to an increase in federal funds, a carryover from 1999-00 due to the late passage of the biennial budget and an increase in student financial need. Dependent students (almost 68 percent) utilized the majority of the funds.

 

TEACHER EDUCATION LOAN PROGRAM

The Teacher Education Loan Program provides loans to Wisconsin residents enrolled in the teacher education programs at the Milwaukee Teacher Education Center (MTEC). The student who receives this loan must agree to teach in the Wisconsin school district operating under Chapter 119 of the Wisconsin State Statutes, First Class City School System (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%.

The total dollars expended in 2000-01 increased by one percent from 1999-00. The total number of awards increased by one. The average award stayed the same ($2,000) from 1999-00 to 2000-01.

At the end of the 2000-01 academic year, 63 recipients were forgiven-in-full, 202 were in forgiveness and four recipients were 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 Wisconsin Tribal College institutions. Awards are based on financial need. Eligibility cannot exceed ten semesters.

Please note: the increases in spending for the WHEG program in 2000-01 were based on the following factors:

  1. An increase in funding in the second year of the biennial budget;
  2. The late passage of the 1999-2001 budget bill; and
  3. A carry over of more than $3,100,000 from the previous academic year. This carry was planned, in part, because 2000-01 was the first time that the WHEG program had one budget for the formula for both dependent and independent students. Since the final impact of moving to one formula was unknown, the carry over was prudent.

The total dollars expended for the WHEG - UW System increased by 22.5 percent compared to 1999-00. The average award for a student attending a University of Wisconsin in 1999-00 was $1,011. In 2000-01 the average award increased to $1,151. The number of recipients increased from 16,669 in 1999-00 to 17,943.

The total dollars expended for the WHEG - WTC System increased by 23 percent compared to 1999-00. The average 1999-00 award for a student attending a Wisconsin Technical College was $758. In 2000-01 the average award decreased to $739. The number of recipients increased from 15,173 in 1999-00 to 18,892 in 2000-01.

The total dollars expended for the WHEG - Wisconsin Tribal Colleges increased by 17.3 percent compared to 1999-00. The average award for a student attending a tribal college was $1,305 in 2000-01 compared to $1,254 in 1999-00. The number or recipients increased from 299 in 1999-00 to 337 in 2000-01. 2000-01 was the second year of existence for this grant program. It is funded by tribal gaming revenues.

In 2000-01 the total funds expended under the WHEG program (by the three systems) was $35,060,586. In 1999-00 the total expended under the WHEG program was $28,583,574.

Dependent students attending a University of Wisconsin institution in 2000-01 received the majority of the funds available, over 55 percent. This compares to just over 34 percent in 1999-00. Their average award was $1,142 compared to the $1,197 average award received by independent students with families and the $1,123 average award received by single independent students.

Independent students with families attending a Wisconsin Technical College in 2000-01 received the majority of the funds available, over 55 percent. This is the same percentage as in 1999-00. Their average award was $792 compared to the $695 average award received by single independent students and the $676 average award received by dependent students.

Independent students with families attending tribal colleges in 2000-01 received the biggest share of the funds available (over 76 percent). This compares to just over 40 percent in 1999-2000. Their average award was $1,328 compared to the $1,297 average award received by single independent students with families and the $1,171 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 non-profit 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.

Please note: the increases in spending for the WTG program in 2000-01 were based on the following factors:

  1. An increase in funding in the second year of the biennial budget; and
  2. The late passage of the 1999-2001 budget bill.

Total funds spent under the Wisconsin Tuition Grant Program increased by more than 33 percent from 1999-00 to 2000-01. The number of recipients increased from 9,306 in 1999-00 to 12,343 in 2000-01. The average award increased from $1,871 in 1999-00 to $1,883 in 2000-01.

Dependent students received the majority of the funds available in 2000-01 (just over 78 percent) while their average award was $2,036 ($2,000 in 1999-00) compared to the $1,588 average award ($1,640 in 1999-00) for single independent students and the $1,394 average award ($1,430 in 1999-00) for independent students with families.

2000-2001
PROGRAMS ADMINISTERED BY THE
HIGHER EDUCATIONAL AIDS BOARD*

TOTAL BY PROGRAM
PROGRAM DOLLARS
APPROPRIATED
FUNDS CARRIED
FORWARD FROM
1999-2000
NET
APPROPRIATED
ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP $2,900,000 $0 $2,900,000
HANDICAPPED STUDENT GRANT $123,800 $11,697 $135,497
INDIAN STUDENT ASSISTANCE GRANT $779,800 $24,595 $804,395
MINORITY RETENTION GRANT
- INDEPENDENT COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
  AND TRIBAL COLLEGES
$346,550 $10,314 $356,864
MINORITY RETENTION GRANT
- WTC SYSTEM
$346,550 -$10,288 $336,262
MINORITY TEACHER LOAN $240,000 $0 $240,000
TALENT INCENTIVE PROGRAM GRANT $5,379,642 $273,798 $5,653,440
TEACHER EDUCATION LOAN $250,000 $0 $250,000
TEACHER OF THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED LOAN $100,000 $0 $100,000
WISCONSIN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL GRANT
- TRIBAL COLLEGES
$400,000 $36,983 $436,983
WISCONSIN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL GRANT
- UW SYSTEM
$18,900,300 $2,047,528 $20,947,828
WISCONSIN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL GRANT
- WTC SYSTEM
$13,201,900 $1,097,621 $14,299,521
WISCONSIN TUITION GRANT $21,038,600 $2,254,247 $23,292,847
TOTALS $64,007,142 $5,746,496 $69,753,638

* 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.
NOTE:
  1. 2000-01 is the second year of the biennial period. Therefore, in some cases funds were carried forward from 1999-00 and spent in 2000-01.
  2. MRG-WTC System net appropriation is less than dollars appropriated by $10,288 due to over disbursements in 1999-00.
  3. Carried forward funds do not include 1999-00 funds received after July 1, 2000.

 

TOTAL BY PROGRAM
PROGRAM VOUCHERED REFUNDED NET
SPENT**
ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP $2,912,182 $18,279 $2,893,902
HANDICAPPED STUDENT GRANT $88,610 $5,400 $83,210
INDIAN STUDENT ASSISTANCE GRANT $831,950 $47,506 $84,444
MINORITY RETENTION GRANT
- INDEPENDENT COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
  AND TRIBAL COLLEGES
$364,060 $7,222 $356,838
MINORITY RETENTION GRANT
- WTC SYSTEM
$357,268 $15,730 $341,538
MINORITY TEACHER LOAN $249,702 $9,750 $249,952
TALENT INCENTIVE PROGRAM GRANT $5,668,539 $193,810 $5,474,729
TEACHER EDUCATION LOAN $250,000 $0 $250,000
TEACHER OF THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED LOAN $24,137 $7,262 $16,875
WISCONSIN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL GRANT
- TRIBAL COLLEGES
$464,918 $32,638 $432,280
WISCONSIN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL GRANT
- UW SYSTEM
$21,267,366 $626,207 $20,641,159
WISCONSIN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL GRANT
- WTC SYSTEM
$14,819,787 $940,185 $13,879,602
WISCONSIN TUITION GRANT $24,064,342 $882,522 $23,181,819
TOTALS $71,388,861 $2,812,511 $68,576,348

* 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.
** Refunds and net spent include $181,215 of 1999-00 refunds and administrative adjustments made during the 2000-01 academic year.
NOTE: 2000-01 is the second year of the biennial period. Therefore, in some cases funds were carried forward from 1999-00 and spent in 2000-01.

 

TOTAL BY PROGRAM
PROGRAM DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP $2,894,469 2,670 $1,084
HANDICAPPED STUDENT GRANT $85,910 54 $938
INDIAN STUDENT ASSISTANCE GRANT $784,857 837 $938
MINORITY RETENTION GRANT
- INDEPENDENT COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
  AND TRIBAL COLLEGES
$356,838 284 $1,256
MINORITY RETENTION GRANT
- WTC SYSTEM
$330,758 329 $1,005
MINORITY TEACHER LOAN $239,952 108 $2,222
TALENT INCENTIVE PROGRAM GRANT $5,489,498 4,146 $1,324
TEACHER EDUCATION LOAN $250,000 125 $2,000
TEACHER OF THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED LOAN $16,875 4 $4,219
WISCONSIN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL GRANT
- TRIBAL COLLEGES
$439,842 337 $1,305
WISCONSIN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL GRANT
- UW SYSTEM
$20,659,967 17,934 $1,151
WISCONSIN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL GRANT
- WTC SYSTEM
$13,960,777 18,982 $748
WISCONSIN TUITION GRANT $23,247,820 12,343 $1,883
TOTALS $68,757,563 58,072 $1,184

* 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.
NOTE: 2000-01 is the second year of the biennial period. However, these numbers do not include refunds that were carried forward from 1999-00 and spent in 2000-01.

2000-2001
ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP

COLLEGE
OR UNIVERSITY
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
ALVERNO COLLEGE $3,375 3 $1,125 0.12%
BELLIN COLLEGE OF NURSING $3,375 3 $1,125 0.12%
BELOIT COLLEGE $11,250 10 $1,125 0.39%
CARDINAL STRITCH UNIVERSITY $4,500 4 $1,125 0.16%
CARROLL COLLEGE $42,189 39 $1,082 1.46%
CARTHAGE COLLEGE $9,000 8 $1,125 0.31%
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY $12,938 12 $1,078 0.45%
EDGEWOOD COLLEGE $6,750 6 $1,125 0.23%
LAKELAND COLLEGE $5,625 5 $1,125 0.19%
LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY $40,313 36 $1,120 1.39%
MADISON AREA TECH. COLLEGE $1,089 1 $1,089 0.04%
MARANATHA BAPTIST BIBLE COLLEGE $6,750 6 $1,125 0.23%
MARION COLLEGE $5,063 5 $1,013 0.17%
MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY $149,060 136 $1,096 5.15%
MID-STATE TECH. COLLEGE $515 1 $515 0.02%
MILWAUKEE AREA TECH. COLLEGE $1,607 3 $536 0.06%
MILWAUKEE INSTITUTE OF ART & DESIGN $563 1 $563 0.02%
MILWAUKEE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING $40,125 37 $1,084 1.39%
MORAINE PARK TECH. COLLEGE $395 1 $395 0.01%
MT. MARY COLLEGE $3,934 4 $984 0.14%
MT. SENARIO COLLEGE $1,125 1 $1,125 0.04%
NORTHEAST WISCONSIN TECH. COLLEGE $1,836 2 $918 0.06%
NORTHLAND COLLEGE $3,375 3 $1,125 0.12%
RIPON COLLEGE $25,313 23 $1,101 0.87%
ST. NORBERT COLLEGE $61,877 57 $1,086 2.14%
UW COLLEGES $18,282 18 $1,016 0.63%
UW EAU CLAIRE $138,375 129 $1,073 4.78%
UW GREEN BAY $55,687 51 $1,092 1.92%
UW LA CROSSE $147,372 134 $1,100 5.09%
UW MADISON $1,514,250 1,388 $1,091 52.32%
UW MILWAUKEE $113,481 106 $1,071 3.92%
UW OSHKOSH $52,829 50 $1,057 1.83%
UW PARKSIDE $16,875 16 $1,055 0.58%
UW PLATTEVILLE $83,813 83 $1,010 2.90%
UW RIVER FALLS $43,313 41 $1,056 1.50%
UW STEVENS POINT $111,938 101 $1,108 3.87%
UW STOUT $38,813 36 $1,078 1.34%
UW SUPERIOR $12,937 12 $1,078 0.45%
UW WHITEWATER $66,375 62 $1,071 2.29%
VITERBO UNIVERSITY $16,312 15 $1,087 0.56%
WISCONSIN INDIANHEAD TECH. COLLEGE $1,865 3 $622 0.06%
WESTERN WISCONSIN TECH. COLLEGE $885 1 $885 0.03%
WISCONSIN LUTHERAN COLLEGE $19,125 17 $1,125 0.66%
TOTAL $2,894,469 2,670 $1,084 100.00%

YEAR
IN SCHOOL
UW SYSTEM INDEPENDENT
COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
WTC SYSTEM PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
FRESHMEN 614 142 7 28.58%
SOPHMORES 534 116 2 24.42%
JUNIORS 535 88 2 23.41%
SENIORS 544 85 1 23.60%
TOTAL 2,227 431 12 100.00%

SECTOR DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
INDEPENDENT
COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
$471,937 431 $1,095 16.30%
UW SYSTEM $2,414,340 2,227 $1,084 83.41%
WTC SYSTEM $8,192 12 $683 0.28%
TOTAL $2,894,469 2,670 $1,084 100.00%

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP
BY SECTOR

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2000-2001
HANDICAPPED STUDENT GRANT

COLLEGE
OR UNIVERSITY
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIV. - NORTHRIDGE $1,800 1 $1,800 2.10%
CARROLL COLLEGE $1,800 1 $1,800 2.10%
CARTHAGE COLLEGE $1,800 1 $1,800 2.10%
CHIPPEWA VALLEY TECH. COLLEGE $1,800 1 $1,800 2.10%
FOX VALLEY TECH. COLLEGE $1,800 1 $1,800 2.10%
GALLAUDET UNIVERSITY $8,100 5 $1,620 9.43%
GATEWAY TECH. COLLEGE $1,800 1 $1,800 2.10%
MADISON AREA TECH. COLLEGE $3,600 2 $1,800 4.19%
MARANATHA BAPTIST BIBLE COLLEGE $1,800 1 $1,800 2.10%
MID-STATE TECH. COLLEGE $3,600 3 $1,200 4.19%
MILWAUKEE AREA TECH. COLLEGE $3,600 2 $1,800 4.19%
MORAIN PARK TECH. COLLEGE $3,600 2 $1,800 4.19%
MT. MARY COLLEGE $3,600 2 $3,600 4.19%
NORTHCENTRAL TECH. COLLEGE $8,100 6 $1,350 9.43%
NORTHEAST WISCONSIN TECH. COLLEGE $2,700 2 $1,350 3.14%
ROCHESTER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY $900 1 $900 1.05%
UW EAU CLAIRE $1,800 1 $1,800 2.10%
UW GREEN BAY $3,600 2 $1,800 4.19%
UW LA CROSSE $3,600 2 $1,800 4.19%
UW MADISON $3,600 2 $1,800 4.19%
UW MILWAUKEE $7,610 5 $1,522 8.86%
UW OSHKOSH $4,500 3 $1,500 5.24%
UW STEVENS POINT $900 1 $900 1.05%
UW STOUT $3,600 2 $1,800 4.19%
UW SUPERIOR $900 1 $900 1.05%
VITERBO UNIVERSITY $1,800 1 $1,800 2.10%
WISCONSIN LUTHERAN COLLEGE $3,600 2 $1,800 4.19%
TOTAL $85,910 54 $1,591 100.00%

SECTOR DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
INDEPENDENT
COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
$14,400 8 $1,800 16.76%
OTHER $10,800 7 $1,543 12.57%
UW SYSTEM $30,110 19 $1,585 35.05%
WTC SYSTEM $30,600 20 $1,530 35.62%
WISCONSIN
TRIBAL COLLEGES
$0 0 $0 0.00%
TOTAL $85,910 54 $1,591 100.00%

2000-2001
INDEPENDENT STUDENT GRANT

STATUS OF RECIPIENTS NUMBER OF
RECIPENTS
PERCENTAGE
OF RECIPIENTS
DEFAULTED 0 0.00%
DEFERRED 0 0.00%
ENROLLED 0 0.00%
FORBEARANCE 0 0.00%
FORGIVENESS 0 0.00%
FORGIVEN IN FULL 621 77.53%
INTERIM 136 16.98%
PAID IN FULL 8 1.00%
REPAYMENT 29 3.62%
TOTAL REFUNDED / WITHDREW 7 0.87%
TOTAL 801 100.00%

INDEPENDENT STUDENT GRANT
BY STATUS

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2000-2001
INDIAN STUDENT ASSISTANCE GRANT

COLLEGE
OR UNIVERSITY
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
ALVERNO COLLEGE $7,150 7 $1,021 1.91%
CARROLL COLLEGE $4,400 4 $1,100 0.56%
CARTHAGE COLLEGE $1,100 1 $1,100 0.14%
CHIPPEWA VALLEY TECH. COLLEGE $4,950 5 $990 0.63%
COLLEGE OF THE MENOMINEE NATION $99,347 108 $920 12.66%
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY $6,050 7 $864 0.77%
FOX VALLEY TECH. COLLEGE $9,217 12 $768 1.17%
GATEWAY TECH. COLLEGE $550 1 $550 0.07%
LAC COURTE OREILLES OJIBWA
COMMUNITY COLLEGE
$143,106 157 $912 18.23%
LAKELAND COLLEGE $4,950 6 $825 0.63%
LAKESHORE TECH. COLLEGE $3,300 3 $1,100 0.42%
MADISON AREA TECH. COLLEGE $19,263 20 $963 2.45%
MARIAN COLLEGE $3,300 3 $1,100 0.42%
MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY $2,200 2 $1,100 0.28%
MID-STATE TECH. COLLEGE $7,700 8 $963 0.98%
MILWAUKEE AREA TECH. COLLEGE $61,130 68 $899 7.79%
MILWAUKEE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING $550 1 $550 0.07%
MORAINE PARK TECH. COLLEGE $2,200 2 $1,100 0.28%
MT. MARY COLLEGE $1,650 2 $825 0.21%
MT. SENARIO COLLEGE $1,100 1 $1,100 0.14%
NICOLET AREA TECH. COLLEGE $17,050 19 $897 2.17%
NORTHCENTRAL TECH. COLLEGE $5,500 5 $1,100 0.70%
NORTHEAST WISCONSIN TECH. COLLEGE $47,995 54 $889 6.12%
NORTHLAND COLLEGE $12,100 14 $864 1.54%
RIPON COLLEGE $1,100 1 $1,100 0.14%
ST. NORBERT COLLEGE $5,450 6 $908 0.69%
SILVER LAKE COLLEGE $10,450 9 $1,161 1.33%
UW COLLEGES $20,648 21 $983 2.63%
UW EAU CLAIRE $12.408 14 $886 1.58%
UW GREEN BAY $36,088 39 $925 4.60%
UW LA CROSSE $16,137 17 $949 2.06%
UW MADISON $24,417 24 $1,017 3.11%
UW MILWAUKEE $51,870 53 $979 6.61%
UW OSHKOSH $22,728 24 $947 2.90%
UW PARKSIDE $4,400 4 $1,100 0.56%
UW PLATTEVILLE $3,295 4 $824 0.42%
UW RIVER FALLS $5,391 5 $1,078 0.69%
UW STEVENS POINT $28,600 28 $1,021 3.64%
UW STOUT $17,393 17 $1,023 2.22%
UW SUPERIOR $14,300 16 $894 1.82%
UW WHITEWATER $9,900 9 $1,100 1.26%
VITERBO UNIVERSITY $1,100 1 $1,100 0.14%
WESTERN WISCONSIN TECH. COLLEGE $4,712 5 $942 0.60%
WISCONSIN INDIANHEAD TECH. COLLEGE $28,612 30 $954 3.65%
TOTAL $784,857 837 $938 100.00%

SECTOR DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
INDEPENDENT
COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
$62,650 65 $964 7.98%
UW SYSTEM $267,575 275 $973 34.09%
WTC SYSTEM $212,179 232 $915 27.03%
WISCONSIN
TRIBAL COLLEGES
$242,453 265 $915 30.89%
TOTAL $784,857 837 $938 100.00%

INDIAN STUDENT ASSISTANCE GRANT
BY SECTOR

Indian Grant graph

2000-2001
MINORITY RETENTION GRANT

INDEPENDENT COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
AND TRIBAL COLLEGES

COLLEGE
OR UNIVERSITY
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
ALVERNO COLLEGE 65 $69,799 $1,074 19.56%
BELLIN COLLEGE OF NURSING 1 $1,250 $1,250 0.35%
BELOIT COLLEGE 3 $4,200 $1,400 1.18%
CARDINAL STRITCH UNIVERSITY 34 $43,350 $1,275 12.15%
CARROLL COLLEGE 10 $14,395 $1,440 4.03%
CARTHAGE COLLEGE 6 $7,435 $1,239 2.08%
COLLEGE OF THE MENOMINEE NATION 6 $9,140 $1,523 2.56%
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY 14 $31,700 $2,264 8.88%
EDGEWOOD COLLEGE 6 $6,000 $1,000 1.68%
LAC COURTE OREILLES OJIBWA
COMMUNITY COLLEGE
10 $14,540 $1,454 4.07%
LAKELAND COLLEGE 4 $8,450 $2,113 2.37%
LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY 2 $2,260 $1,130 0.63%
MARANATHA BAPTIST BIBLE COLLEGE 4 $5,650 $1,413 1.58%
MARION COLLEGE 18 $9,800 $544 2.75%
MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY 28 $63,600 $2,271 17.82%
MILWAUKEE INSTITUTE OF ART & DESIGN 4 $7,150 $1,788 2.00%
MILWAUKEE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 6 $9,000 $1,500 2.52%
MT. MARY COLLEGE 15 $14,000 $933 3.92%
MT. SENARIO COLLEGE 16 $5,600 $350 1.57%
NORTHLAND COLLEGE 5 $4,300 $860 1.21%
RIPON COLLEGE 2 $2,660 $1,330 0.75%
ST. NORBERT COLLEGE 9 $8,403 $934 2.35%
SILVER LAKE COLLEGE 6 $6,456 $1,076 1.81%
VITERBO UNIVERSITY 8 $6,210 $776 1.74%
WISCONSIN LUTHERAN COLLEGE 2 $1,490 $745 0.42%
TOTAL 284 $356,838 $1,256 100.00%

YEAR
IN SCHOOL
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
SOPHOMORES 93 $124,513 $1,339 34.89%
JUNIORS 95 $122,647 $1,291 34.37%
SENIORS 83 $95,673 $1,153 26.81%
5TH YEAR STUDENTS 13 $14,005 $1,077 3.92%
TOTAL 284 $356,838 $1,256 100.00%

STATUS NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
DEPENDENT 123 $165,722 $1,347 46.44%
INDEPENDENT, FAMILY 122 $140,916 $1,155 39.49%
SINGLE, INDEPENDENT 39 $50,200 $1,287 14.07%
TOTAL 284 $356,838 $1,256 100.00%

MINORITY GROUP NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
AFRICAN-AMERICAN 155 $201,675 $1,301 56.52%
AMERICAN INDIAN 29 $36,775 $1,268 10.31%
ASIAN-AMERICAN 43 $49,846 $1,159 13.97%
HISPANIC 57 $68,542 $1,202 19.21%
TOTAL 284 $356,838 $1,256 100.00%

2000-2001
MINORITY RETENTION GRANT

WISCONSIN TECHNICAL COLLEGE SYSTEM

TECHNICAL
COLLEGE
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
BLACKHAWK 12 $12,400 $1,033 3.75%
CHIPPEWA VALLEY 7 $4,100 $586 1.24%
FOX VALLEY 14 $12,000 $857 3.63%
GATEWAY 5 $7,500 $1,500 2.27%
LAKESHORE 4 $5,800 $1,463 1.77%
MADISON AREA 55 $90,475 $1,645 27.35%
MID-STATE 4 $600 $150 0.18%
MILWAUKEE AREA 184 $169,738 $922 51.32%
MORAINE PARK 3 $2,600 $867 0.79%
NICOLET AREA 2 $2,750 $1,375 0.83%
NORTHEAST WISCONSIN 9 $8,895 $988 2.69%
NORTHCENTRAL 1 $300 $300 0.09%
SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN 0 $0 $0 0.00%
WAUKESHA COUNTY 12 $4,750 $396 1.44%
WESTERN WISCONSIN 13 $5,500 $423 1.66%
WISCONSIN INDIANHEAD 4 $3,300 $825 1.00%
TOTAL 329 $330,758 $1,005 100.00%

YEAR
IN SCHOOL
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
SOPHOMORES 224 $226,300 $1,010 68.42%
JUNIORS 71 $72,990 $1,028 22.07%
SENIORS 27 $24,468 $906 7.40%
5TH YEAR STUDENTS 7 $7,000 $1,000 2.12%
TOTAL 329 $330,758 $1,005 100.00%

STATUS NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
DEPENDENT 55 $55,633 $1,012 16.82%
INDEPENDENT, FAMILY 210 $211,676 $1,008 64.00%
SINGLE, INDEPENDENT 64 $63,449 $991 19.18%
TOTAL 329 $330,758 $1,005 100.00%

MINORITY GROUP NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
AFRICAN-AMERICAN 163 $166,411 $1,021 50.31%
AMERICAN INDIAN 17 $14,995 $882 4.53%
ASIAN-AMERICAN 80 $80,347 $1,004 24.29%
HISPANIC 69 $69,005 $1,000 20.86%
TOTAL 329 $330,758 $1,005 100.00%

2000-2001
MINORITY TEACHER LOAN

COLLEGE
OR UNIVERSITY
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
ALVERNO COLLEGE $40,000 17 $2,353 16.67%
CARTHAGE COLLEGE $5,000 2 $2,500 2.08%
MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY $11,250 5 $2,250 4.69%
MT. MARY COLLEGE $5,000 2 $2,500 2.08%
UW MADISON $7,666 6 $1,278 3.19%
UW MILWAUKEE $118,751 48 $2,474 49.49%
UW OSHKOSH $10,135 7 $1,448 4.22%
UW PARKSIDE $8,750 5 $1,750 3.65%
UW WHITEWATER $33,400 16 $2,088 13.92%
TOTAL $239,952 108 $2,222 100.00%

SECTOR DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
INDEPENDENT
COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
$61,250 26 $2,356 25.53%
UW SYSTEM $178,702 82 $2,179 74.47%
TOTAL $239,952 108 $2,222 100.00%

STATUS OF RECIPIENTS NUMBER OF
RECIPENTS
PERCENTAGE
OF RECIPIENTS
DEFAULTED 6 0.81%
DEFERRED 2 0.27%
ENROLLED 117 15.79%
FORBEARANCE 4 0.54%
FORGIVENESS 118 15.92%
FORGIVEN IN FULL 196 26.45%
INTERIM 23 3.10%
PAID IN FULL 54 7.29%
REPAYMENT 193 26.05%
TOTAL REFUNDED / WITHDREW 28 3.78%
TOTAL 741 100.00%

MINORITY TEACHER LOAN
BY STATUS

Minority Teacher Loan graph

2000-2001
NURSING STUDENT STIPEND LOAN

STATUS OF RECIPIENTS NUMBER OF
RECIPENTS
PERCENTAGE
OF RECIPIENTS
DEFAULTED 0 0.00%
DEFERRED 1 0.08%
ENROLLED 19 1.58%
FORBEARANCE 4 0.33%
FORGIVENESS 168 13.98%
FORGIVEN IN FULL 787 65.47%
INTERIM 99 8.24%
PAID IN FULL 53 4.41%
REPAYMENT 38 3.16%
TOTAL REFUNDED / WITHDREW 33 2.75%
TOTAL 1,202 100.00%

NURSING STUDENT STIPEND LOAN
BY STATUS

NSSL graph

2000-2001
PAUL DOUGLAS SCHOLARSHIP

STATUS OF RECIPIENTS NUMBER OF
RECIPENTS
PERCENTAGE
OF RECIPIENTS
DEFAULTED 1 0.47%
DEFERRED 0 0.00%
ENROLLED 0 0.00%
FORBEARANCE 0 0.00%
FORGIVENESS 36 16.98%
FORGIVEN IN FULL 90 42.45%
INTERIM 11 5.19%
PAID IN FULL 53 25.00%
REPAYMENT 21 9.91%
TOTAL REFUNDED / WITHDREW 0 0.00%
TOTAL 212 100.00%

PAUL DOUGLAS SCHOLARSHIP
BY STATUS

Paul Douglas graph

2000-2001
TALENT INCENTIVE PROGRAM GRANT

COLLEGE
OR UNIVERSITY
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
ALVERNO COLLEGE $169,125 132 $1,281 3.08%
BELLIN COLLEGE OF NURSING $1,250 1 $1,250 0.02%
BELLIN - UWGB $1,800 1 $1,800 0.03%
BELOIT COLLEGE $8,750 7 $1,250 0.16%
BLACKHAWK TECH. COLLEGE $10,439 8 $1,305 0.19%
CARDINAL STRITCH UNIVERISTY $17,199 14 $1,229 0.31%
CARROLL COLLEGE $81,058 64 $1,267 1.48%
CARTHAGE COLLEGE $27,300 16 $1,706 0.50%
CHIPPEWA VALLEY TECH. COLLEGE $84,238 71 $1,186 1.53%
COLLEGE OF THE MENOMINEE NATION $25431 21 $1,211 0.46%
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY $18,941 14 $1,353 0.35%
EDGEWOOD COLLEGE $29,485 25 $1,179 0.54%
FOX VALLEY TECH. COLLEGE $20,449 19 $1,076 0.37%
GATEWAY TECH. COLLEGE $50,025 47 $1,064 0.91%
LAC COURTE OREILLES OJIBWA
COMMUNITY COLLEGE
$45,225 45 $1,005 0.82%
LAKELAND COLLEGE $55,314 41 $1,349 1.01%
LAKESHORE TECH. COLLEGE $114,553 79 $1,450 2.09%
LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY $17,722 12 $1,477 0.32%
MADISON AREA TECH. COLLEGE $62,968 48 $1,312 1.15%
MARANATHA BAPTIST BIBLE COLLEGE $17,050 13 $1,312 0.31%
MARIAN COLLEGE $62,225 49 $1,270 1.13%
MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY $295,824 177 $1,671 5.39%
MID-STATE TECH. COLLEGE $24,800 25 $992 0.45%
MILWAUKEE AREA TECH. COLLEGE $662,615 474 $1,398 12.07%
MILWAUKEE INSTITUTE OF ART & DESIGN $24,182 20 $1,209 0.44%
MILWAUKEE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING $36,570 25 $1,463 0.67%
MORAINE PARK TECH. COLLEGE $30,888 27 $1,144 0.56%
MT. MARY COLLEGE $36,555 32 $1,142 0.67%
MT. SENARIO COLLEGE $85,759 67 $1,280 2.16%
NICOLET AREA TECH. COLLEGE $55,450 53 $1,046 1.01%
NORTHCENTRAL TECH. COLLEGE $32,483 33 $984 0.59%
NORTHEAST WISCONSIN TECH. COLLEGE $28,366 31 $915 0.52%
NORTHLAND COLLEGE $53,175 33 $1,611 0.97%
RIPON COLLEGE $25,157 15 $1,677 0.46%
ST. NORBERT COLLEGE $87,081 52 $1,675 1.59%
SILVER LAKE COLLEGE $42,724 29 $1,473 0.78%
SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN TECH. COLLEGE $40,628 31 $1,311 0.74%
UW COLLEGES $123,259 116 $1,063 2.25%
UW EAU CLAIRE $346,694 227 $1,527 6.32%
UW GREEN BAY $145,698 123 $1,185 2.65%
UW LA CROSSE $153,760 138 $1,114 2.80%
UW MADISON $324,684 270 $1,203 5.91%
UW MILWAUKEE $495,246 371 $1,335 9.02%
UW OSHKOSH $148,405 97 $1,530 2.70%
UW PARKSIDE $214,448 170 $1,261 3.91%
UW PLATTEVILLE $70,368 55 $1,279 1.28%
UW RIVER FALLS $85,700 72 $1,190 1.56%
UW STEVENS POINT $258,520 177 $1,461 4.71%
UW STOUT $148,767 126 $1,181 2.71%
UW SUPERIOR $61,597 41 $1,502 1.12%
UW WHITEWATER $158,347 117 $1,353 2.88%
VITERBO UNIVERSITY $65,525 38 $1,724 1.19%
WAUKESHA COUNTY TECH. COLLEGE $17,650 21 $840 0.32%
WESTERN WISCONSIN TECH. COLLEGE $28,938 28 $1,034 0.53%
WISCONSIN INDIANHEAD TECH. COLLEGE $138,338 96 $1,441 2.52%
WISCONSIN LUTHERAN COLLEGE $20,750 12 $1,729 0.38%
TOTAL $5,489,498 4,146 $1,324 100.00%

SECTOR DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
INDEPENDENT
COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
$1,280,521 889 $1,440 23.33%
UW SYSTEM $2,735,493 2,100 $1,303 49.83%
WTC SYSTEM $1,402,828 1,091 $1,286 25.55%
WISCONSIN TRIBAL COLLEGES $70,656 66 $1,071 1.29%
TOTAL $5,489,498 4,146 $1,324 100.00%

YEAR
IN SCHOOL
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
FRESHMEN $2,269,537 1,815 $1,250 41.34%
SOPHMORES $1,418,819 1,024 $1,386 25.85%
JUNIORS $987,822 693 $1,425 17.99%
SENIORS $616,205 452 $1,363 11.23%
5TH YEAR STUDENTS $197,115 162 $1,217 3.59%
TOTAL $5,489,498 4,146 $1,324 100.00%

STATUS DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
DEPENDENT $3,715,124 2,765 $1,344 67.68%
INDEPENDENT, FAMILY $1,336,285 1,045 $1,279 24.34%
SINGLE, INDEPENDENT $438,089 336 $1,304 7.98%
TOTAL $5,489,498 4,146 $1,324 100.00%

TALENT INCENTIVE PROGRAM GRANT
BY SECTOR

TIP graph

2000-2001
TEACHER EDUCATION LOAN

COLLEGE
OR UNIVERSITY
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
MILWAUKEE TEACHER
EDUCATION CENTER
$250,000 125 $2,000 100.00%

STATUS OF RECIPIENTS NUMBER OF
RECIPENTS
PERCENTAGE
OF RECIPIENTS
DEFAULTED 0 0.00%
DEFERRED 0 0.00%
ENROLLED 125 27.29%
FORBEARANCE 0 0.00%
FORGIVENESS 202 44.10%
FORGIVEN IN FULL 63 13.76%
INTERIM 0 0.00%
PAID IN FULL 2 0.44%
REPAYMENT 4 0.87%
TOTAL REFUNDED / WITHDREW 62 13.54%
TOTAL 458 100.00%

TEACHER EDUCATION LOAN
BY STATUS

Teacher Education Loan graph

2000-2001
TEACHER OF THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED LOAN*

COLLEGE
OR UNIVERSITY
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
NORTHER ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY $10,000 1 $10,000 59.26%
SILVER LAKE COLLEGE $6,875 3 $2,292 40.74%
TOTAL $16,875 4 $4,219 100.00%

STATUS OF
RECIPIENTS
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
ENROLLED $16,875 4 $4,219 100.00%
TOTAL $16,875 4 $4,219 100.00%

DEPENDENCY STATUS DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
DEPENDENT $0 0 $0 0.00%
INDEPENDENT $16,875 4 $4,219 100.00%
TOTAL $16,875 4 $4,219 100.00%

GRADUATE OR
UNDERGRADUATE
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
GRADUATE $16,875 4 $4,219 100.00%
UNDERGRADUATE $0 0 $0 0.00%
TOTAL $16,875 4 $4,219 100.00%

GEOGRAPHIC
DISTRIBUTION
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
IN STATE $8,875 3 $2,292 40.74%
OUT OF STATE $10,000 1 $10,000 59.26%
TOTAL $16,875 4 $4,219 100.00%

TEACHER OF THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED LOAN
BY GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION

Teacher of the Visually Impaired loan graph

* 2000-01 was the first year of the Teacher of the Visually Impared Loan.

2000-2001
WISCONSIN HIGHER EDUCATION GRANT

TRIBAL COLLEGES

TRIBAL COLLEGE DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
COLLEGE OF THE
MENOMINEE NATION
$170,966 129 $1,325 38.87%
LAC COURTE OREILLES OJIBWA
COMMUNITY COLLEGE
$268,876 208 $1,293 61.13%
TOTAL $439,842 337 $1,305 100.00%

YEAR
IN SCHOOL
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
FRESHMEN $274,135 214 $1,281 62.33%
SOPHMORES $165,707 123 $1,347 37.67%
TOTAL $439,842 337 $1,305 100.00%

STATUS DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
DEPENDENT $46,855 40 $1,171 10.65%
INDEPENDENT, FAMILY $337,220 254 $1,328 76.67%
SINGLE, INDEPENDENT $55,767 43 $1,297 12.68%
TOTAL $439,842 337 $1,305 100.00%

WHEG-TRIBAL
BY DEPENDENCY STATUS

WHEG-Tribal graph

2000-2001
WISCONSIN HIGHER EDUCATION GRANT

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN SYSTEM

UNIVERSITY DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
UW COLLEGES $1,922,060 1,712 $1,123 9.30%
UW EAU CLAIRE $1,485,566 1,274 $1,166 7.19%
UW GREEN BAY $919,360 823 $1,117 4.45%
UW LA CROSSE $1,184,886 1,073 $1,104 5.74%
UW MADISON $2,395,198 2,097 $1,142 11.59%
UW MILWAUKEE $3,573,014 3,032 $1,178 17.29%
UW OSHKOSH $1,452,361 1,279 $1,136 7.03%
UW PARKSIDE $1,076,064 855 $1,259 5.21%
UW PLATTEVILLE $992,743 892 $1,113 4.81%
UW RIVER FALLS $697,890 596 $1,171 3.38%
UW STEVENS POINT $1,662,461 1,428 $1,164 8.05%
UW STOUT $1,341,596 1,139 $1,178 6.49%
UW SUPERIOR $437,233 401 $1,090 2.12%
UW WHITEWATER $1,519,545 1,342 $1,132 7.36%
TOTAL $20,659,967 17,943 $1,151 100.00%

YEAR
IN SCHOOL
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
FRESHMEN $5,662,420 4,966 $1,140 27.41%
SOPHMORES $4,604,045 3,890 $1,184 22.28%
JUNIORS $4,443,482 3,678 $1,208 21.51%
SENIORS $3,822,780 3,411 $1,121 18.50%
5TH YEAR STUDENTS $2,127,240 1,998 $1,065 10.30%
TOTAL $20,659,967 17,943 $1,151 100.00%

STATUS DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
DEPENDENT $11,470,612 10,042 $1,142 55.52%
INDEPENDENT, FAMILY $4,134,201 4,291 $1,197 24.85%
SINGLE, INDEPENDENT $4,055,154 3,610 $1,123 19.63%
TOTAL $20,659,967 17,943 $1,151 100.00%

WHEG-UW
BY DEPENDENCY STATUS

WHEG-UW graph

 
1999-2000
RECIPIENTS BY 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%

1999-2000 WHEG-UW
BY DEPENDENCY STATUS

1999-2000 WHEG-UW graph

NOTE: 1999-2000 data is included for comparison purposes since 2000-01 was the first year of using a single formula for UW WHEG.

2000-2001
WISCONSIN HIGHER EDUCATION GRANT

WISCONSIN TECHNICAL COLLEGE SYSTEM

TECHNICAL
COLLEGE
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
BLACKHAWK $536,017 702 $764 3.84%
CHIPPEWA VALLEY $908,679 1,253 $725 6.51%
FOX VALLEY $800,892 1,166 $687 5.74%
GATEWAY $775,271 1,049 $739 5.55%
LAKESHORE $310,177 441 $703 2.22%
MADISON AREA $1,409,408 1,993 $707 10.10%
MID-STATE $607,964 834 $729 4.35%
MILWAUKEE AREA $3,981,293 5,158 $772 28.52%
MORAINE PARK $373,999 519 $721 2.68%
NICOLET AREA $395,846 502 $789 2.84%
NORTHCENTRAL $558,485 767 $728 4.00%
NORTHEAST WISCONSIN $719,557 990 $727 5.15%
SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN $488,652 647 $755 3.50%
WAUKESHA COUNTY $362,680 524 $692 2.60%
WESTERN WISCONSIN $967,029 1,282 $754 6.93%
WISCONSIN INDIANHEAD $764,828 1,065 $718 5.48%
TOTAL $13,960,777 18,892 $739 100.00%

YEAR
IN SCHOOL
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
FRESHMEN $8,739,553 12,019 $727 62.60%
SOPHMORES $3,990,178 5,193 $768 25.58%
JUNIORS $911,672 1,213 $752 6.53%
SENIORS $258,629 377 $686 1.85%
5TH YEAR STUDENTS $64,923 90 $675 0.44%
TOTAL $13,960,777 18,892 $739 100.00%

STATUS DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
DEPENDENT $4,010,399 5,935 $676 28,73%
INDEPENDENT, FAMILY $7,715,479 9,741 $792 55.27%
SINGLE, INDEPENDENT $2,234,899 3,216 $695 16.01%
TOTAL $13,960,777 18,892 $739 100.00%

WHEG-WTC
BY DEPENDENCY STATUS

WHEG-WTC graph

 
1999-2000
RECIPIENTS BY 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%

1999-2000 WHEG-WTC
BY DEPENDENCY STATUS

1999-2000 WHEG-WTC graph

NOTE: 1999-2000 data is included for comparison purposes since 2000-01 was the first year of using a single formula for WTC WHEG.

2000-2001
WISCONSIN TUITION GRANT

COLLEGE
OR UNIVERSITY
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
ALVERNO COLLEGE $1,652,757 984 $1,680 7.11%
BELLIN COLLEGE OF NURSING $80,354 44 $1,826 0.35%
BELLIN - UWGB $61,922 36 $1,720 0.27%
BELOIT COLLEGE $285,875 138 $2,072 1.23%
CARDINAL STRITCH UNIVERSITY $801,654 498 $1,610 3.45%
CARROLL COLLEGE $2,001,890 1,014 $1,974 8.61%
CARTHAGE COLLEGE $955,092 513 $1,862 4.11%
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY $1,196,363 746 $1,604 5.15%
EDGEWOOD COLLEGE $1,106,023 583 $1,897 4.76%
FOX VALLEY AVIATION $28,750 14 $2,054 0.12%
LAKELAND COLLEGE $975,838 647 $1,508 4.20%
LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY $780,122 365 $2,137 3.36%
MARANATHA BAPTIST BIBLE COLLEGE $227,260 147 $1,546 0.98%
MARIAN COLLEGE $1,180,271 617 $1,913 5.08%
MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY $3,307,412 1,625 $2,035 14.23%
MILWAUKEE INSTITUTE OF ART & DESIGN $581,872 289 $2,013 2.50%
MILWAUKEE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING $1,528,169 777 $1,967 6.57%
MT. MARY COLLEGE $551,463 304 $1,814 2.37%
MT. SENARIO COLLEGE $494,035 279 $1,771 2.13%
NORTHLAND COLLEGE $359,378 178 $2,019 1.55%
RIPON COLLEGE $857,732 404 $2,123 3.69%
ST. NORBERT COLLEGE $1,715,781 810 $2,118 7.38%
SILVER LAKE COLLEGE $423,995 248 $1,710 1.82%
VITERBO UNIVERSITY $1,504,880 786 $1,915 6.47%
WISCONSIN LUTHERAN COLLEGE $588,932 297 $1,983 2.53%
TOTAL $23,247,820 12,343 $1,883 100.00%

YEAR
IN SCHOOL
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
FRESHMEN $7,059,130 3,765 $1,875 30.36%
SOPHMORES $5,579,038 2,863 $1,949 24.00%
JUNIORS $5,325,907 2,823 $1,887 22.91%
SENIORS $4,285,098 2,273 $1,885 18.43%
5TH YEAR STUDENTS $998,647 619 $1,613 4.30%
TOTAL $23,247,820 12,343 $1,883 100.00%

STATUS DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
DEPENDENT $18,159,466 8,921 $2,036 78.11%
INDEPENDENT, FAMILY $2,219,580 1,592 $1,394 9.55%
SINGLE, INDEPENDENT /
MARRIED, NO CHILDREN
$2,868,774 1,830 $1,568 12.34%
TOTAL $23,247,820 12,343 $1,883 100.00%

WISCONSIN TUITION GRANT
BY DEPENDENCY STATUS

WTG graph

 

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