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Board Report #99-6

Student Aid Expenditures for 1997-1998

 

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP

Academic Excellence Scholarships are awarded to Wisconsin high school seniors who have the highest grade point average in each public and private high school throughout the state of Wisconsin. The number of scholarships each high school is eligible for is based on total student enrollment. In order to receive a scholarship, a student must be enrolled on a full-time basis by September 30th of the academic year following the academic year in which he or she was designated as a scholar, at a participating University of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Technical College, or Independent institution in the state. The maximum scholarship for first year students in 1997-98 was $2,250. This maximum went into effect for first time recipients in 1996-97. The maximum scholarship for all other students was full tuition and fees at a UW campus or Wisconsin Technical College, or an amount equal to the UW - Madison tuition and fees for the students attending independent institutions in Wisconsin. Half of the scholarship is funded by the state, while the other half is matched by the institution.

In 1997-98 the majority of funds continued to be utilized by students attending University of Wisconsin institutions (over 80%).

 

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 severe or profound hearing or visual impairment. Students are eligible to receive up to $1,800 per year for up to five years.

The number of recipients and funds expended decreased slightly (less than 4%) in 1997-98 compared to 1996-97. The majority of 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 due to statutory change. Of the students who received funding under this program, the majority are currently enrolled.

 

INDIAN STUDENT GRANT

Awards under this program are made to Wisconsin residents who are at least 25% Native American and are undergraduate or graduate students enrolled 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 1997-98 decreased from 1996-97 by less than 1% as did the number of recipients by less than 4%. 1997-98 academic year was the third 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.

 

MINORITY RETENTION GRANT

Awards under this program are made to Wisconsin 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 a 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 1997-98 was the third 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 1997-98 decreased by less than 2% compared to 1996-97. The number of recipients also decreased by less than 2%. 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 5% interest of up to $2,500 per year to a maximum of $5,000 to resident, minority, undergraduate students who are enrolled full 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 29% of total enrollment or in a school district participating in the inter-district pupil transfer (Chapter 220) program. If the student does not teach in an eligible district, the loan must be repaid.

In 1997-98 the number of participants in this program remained the same compared to 1996-97. The total expended increased by over 4%.

 

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 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 10% of their high school class and are in training to become teachers. This forgiveable 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 50% 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 $1,175 per year if enrolled consecutive terms and continue to show financial need. Eligibility cannot exceed ten semesters.

Funding for the TIP Grant is provided by both the State of Wisconsin and the Federal Government. $4,561,161 were expended in 1997-98, $1,063,579 of which were federal funds. The majority of the funds were utilized by dependent students (over 65%).

 

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 at the Milwaukee Teacher Education Center (MTEC). The student who recieves 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%. This program was first established and implemented in 1997-98.

 

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 and Wisconsin Technical College institutions. Awards are based on financial need. Eligibility cannot exceed ten semesters.

The average 1996-97 award for students attending a Wisconsin Technical College was $667. In 1997-98 the average award increased to $740.

The average award for students attending a University of Wisconsin in 1996-97 was $826. In 1997-98 the average award increased to $836.

In 1996-97 the total funds expended under the WHEG program (by both systems) were $26,490,079. In 1997-98 the total expended under the WHEG program reached $26,981,493.

Independent students with families attending a Wisconsin Technical College in 1997-98 expended the majority of the funds available (just under 60%) while their average award was $737 compared to the $953 average award that dependent students received and the $610 average award received by single independent students.

Dependent students attending University of Wisconsin institutions in 1997-98 expended the majority of the funds available (over 43%). Their average award was $964 compared to the $795 average award received by independent students with families and the $729 average award received by single independent 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 that portion of tuition in excess of UW - Madison tuition. Grants range from $250 to $2,172 per year. Eligibility cannot exceed ten semesters.

Total funds spent under the Wisconsin Tuition Grant Program increased over 7% from 1996-97 to 1997-98. The number of recipients increased just under 8%. The average award decreased less than 1% in 1997-98 from 1996-97. The majority of the funds in 1997-98 were expended by dependent students (over 73%). Single independent students expended over 15% and independent students with families over 11%.

 

1997-1998
PROGRAMS ADMINISTERED BY THE
HIGHER EDUCATIONAL AIDS BOARD*

TOTAL BY PROGRAM
PROGRAM DOLLARS
SPENT**
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP $3,169,637 2,496 $1,270
HANDICAPPED STUDENT GRANT $109,286 73 $1,497
INDIAN STUDENT GRANT $744,336 802 $928
MINORITY RETENTION GRANT
- INDEPENDENT COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
$375,936 314 $1,197
MINORITY RETENTION GRANT
- WTC SYSTEM
$301,677 348 $867
MINORITY TEACHER LOAN $113,930 64 $1,780
TALENT INCENTIVE PROGRAM GRANT $4,561,161 4,319 $1,056
TEACHER EDUCATION LOAN $150,000 75 $2,000
WISCONSIN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL GRANT
- WTC SYSTEM
$11,230,344 15,186 $740
WISCONSIN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL GRANT
- UW SYSTEM
$15,751,149 18,836 $836
WISCONSIN TUITION GRANT $17,462,100 9,788 $1,784
TOTALS $53,969,556 52,301 $1,032

* With the exception of Dental Capitation, MCoW Capitation, MN-WI Reciprocity, ISG, NSSL, Paul Douglas Scholarship, and Wisconsin Health Education Assistance Loan.
** These figures include refunds from the previous year received after 1996-97 books were closed as well as partial or whole refunds received after the end of vouchering for 1997-98.

1997-1998
ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP*

NUMBER OF SCHOLARS BY SECTOR
YEAR
IN SCHOOL
UW SYSTEM INDEPENDENT
COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
WTC SYSTEM
FRESHMEN 563 99 9
SOPHMORES 510 120 1
JUNIORS 507 87 1
SENIORS 491 105 3
TOTAL 2,071 411 14

SCHOLARS AT TEN HIGHEST
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
COLLEGE
OR UNIVERSITY
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER OF
SCHOLARS
PERCENTAGE OF
TOTAL DOLLARS SPENT
UW MADISON $1,644,840 1,254 51.89%
UW EAU CLAIRE $182,547 151 5.76%
MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY $155,947 121 4.92%
UW LA CROSSE $152,878 125 4.82%
UW MILWAUKEE $103,783 79 3.27%
UW STEVENS POINT $102,062 85 3.22%
ST. NORBERT COLLEGE $81,498 62 2.57%
UW PLATTEVILLE $77,597 69 2.45%
UW RIVER FALLS $76,618 64 2.42%
UW WHITEWATER $74,861 65 2.36%
TOTAL $2,652,631 2,075 83.69%

SECTOR DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE OF
TOTAL DOLLARS SPENT
UW SYSTEM $2,623,962 2,071 $1,267 82.78%
INDEPENDENT
COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
$535,606 411 $1,303 16.90%
WTC SYSTEM $10,069 14 $719 0.32%
TOTAL $3,169,637 2,496 $1,270 100.00%

DOLLARS SPENT BY SECTOR
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* These figures include refunds from the previous year received after 1996-97 books were closed as well as partial or whole refunds received after the end of vouchering for 1997-98.

1997-1998
HANDICAPPED STUDENT GRANT*

COLLEGE
OR UNIVERSITY
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
CARROLL COLLEGE $1,800 1 $1,800 1.65%
CONCORDIA UNIVERISTY $1,800 1 $1,800 1.65%
GALLUADET UNIVERSITY $7,200 4 $1,800 6.59%
LAKESHORE TECH. COLLEGE $900 1 $900 0.82%
MADISON AREA TECH. COLLEGE $7,908 5 $1,587 7.24%
MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY $1,800 1 $1,800 1.65%
MILWAUKEE AREA TECH. COLLEGE $8,654 6 $1,442 7.92%
MORAIN PARK TECH. COLLEGE $1,800 1 $1,800 1.65%
MT. MARY COLLEGE $1,800 1 $1,800 1.65%
NICOLET TECH. COLLEGE $900 1 $900 0.82%
NORTHCENTRAL TECH. COLLEGE $16,176 12 $1,348 14.80%
NORTHEAST WISCONSIN TECH. COLLEGE $1,800 1 $1,800 1.65%
NORTHLAND COLLEGE $1,800 1 $1,800 1.65%
ROCHESTER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY $2,700 2 $1,350 2.47%
ST. NORBERT COLLEGE $1,800 1 $1,800 1.65%
ST. PAUL TECH. & VOCATIONAL INSTITUTE $1,800 1 $1,800 1.65%
UW COLLEGES $4,016 4 $1,004 3.67%
UW EAU CLAIRE $3,940 3 $1,313 3.61%
UW GREEN BAY $1,800 1 $1,800 1.65%
UW LA CROSSE $3,240 3 $1,080 2.96%
UW MADISON $2,521 2 $1,261 2.31%
UW MILWAUKEE $5,400 3 $1,800 4.94%
UW OSHKOSH $5,400 3 $1,800 4.94%
UW STEVENS POINT $7,200 4 $1,800 6.59%
UW WHITEWATER $5,231 3 $1,744 4.79%
VITERBO COLLEGE $1,800 1 $1,800 1.65%
WAUKESHA COUNTY TECH. COLLEGE $900 1 $900 0.82%
WESTERN WISCONSIN TECH. COLLEGE $7,200 5 $1,440 6.59%
TOTAL $109,286 73 $1,497 100.00%

SECTOR DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
UW SYSTEM $38,748 26 $1,490 35.46%
INDEPENDENT
COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
$12,600 7 $1,800 11.53%
WTC SYSTEM $46,238 33 $1,401 42.31%
OTHER $11,700 7 $1,671 10.71%
TOTAL $109,286 73 $1,497 100.00%

* These figures include refunds from the previous year received after 1996-97 books were closed as well as partial or whole refunds received after the end of vouchering for 1997-98.

1997-1998
INDEPENDENT STUDENT GRANT

STATUS OF RECIPIENTS
STATUS NUMBER OF
RECIPENTS
PERCENTAGE
OF RECIPIENTS
ENROLLED 407 50.75%
FORGIVENESS COMPLETE 378 47.13%
REPAYMENT 2 0.25%
WITHDRAWN 13 1.62%
TOTAL REFUNDED OR CANCELLED 2 0.25%
TOTAL 802 100.00%

1997-1998
INDIAN STUDENT GRANT*

COLLEGE
OR UNIVERSITY
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
ALVERNO COLLEGE $6,679 7 $954 0.90%
BELOIT COLLEGE $2,200 2 $1,100 0.30%
CHIPPEWA VALLEY TECH. COLLEGE $7,150 7 $1,021 0.96%
COLLEGE OF THE MENOMINEE NATION $56,650 65 $872 7.61%
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY $5,296 7 $757 0.71%
EDGEWOOD COLLEGE $2,750 3 $917 0.37%
FOX VALLEY TECH. COLLEGE $8,031 10 $803 1.08%
GATEWAY TECH. COLLEGE $900 1 $900 0.12%
GILL TECHNICAL INSTITUTE $1,100 1 $1,100 0.15%
ITT TECHNICAL INSTITUTE $4,950 5 $990 0.67%
LAC COURTE OREILLES OJIBWA
COMMUNITY COLLEGE
$109,808 124 $886 14.75%
LAKELAND COLLEGE $1,100 2 $550 0.15%
LAKESHORE TECH. COLLEGE $3,300 4 $825 0.44%
LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY $489 1 $489 0.07%
MADISON AREA TECH. COLLEGE $15,400 14 $1,100 2.07%
MARIAN COLLEGE $2,200 2 $1,100 0.30%
MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY $5,500 5 $1,100 0.74%
MARTIN SCHOOL OF HAIR DESIGN $1,100 1 $1,100 0.15%
MID-STATE TECH. COLLEGE $9,560 10 $956 1.28%
MILWAUKEE AREA TECH. COLLEGE $60,304 62 $973 8.10%
MILWAUKEE INSTITUTE OF ART & DESIGN $550 1 $550 0.07%
MILWAUKEE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING $3,300 3 $1,100 0.44%
MORAINE PARK TECH. COLLEGE $3,300 3 $1,100 0.44%
MT. MARY COLLEGE $2,200 2 $1,100 0.30%
MT. SENARIO COLLEGE $2,750 4 $688 0.37%
NATIVE AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL SERVICES $13,200 16 $825 1.77%
NICOLET TECH. COLLEGE $19,710 24 $821 2.65%
NORTHCENTRAL TECH. COLLEGE $9,876 11 $898 1.33%
NORTHEAST WISCONSIN TECH. COLLEGE $29,028 32 $907 3.90%
NORTHLAND COLLEGE $14,850 15 $990 2.00%
RIPON COLLEGE $1,100 1 $1,100 0.15%
SILVER LAKE COLLEGE $3,300 3 $1,100 0.44%
SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN TECH. COLLEGE $2,200 2 $1,100 0.30%
ST. NORBERT COLLEGE $9,350 9 $1,039 1.26%
STRATTON COLLEGE $1,650 2 $825 0.22%
UW COLLEGES $13,750 15 $917 1.85%
UW EAU CLAIRE $20,014 20 $1,001 2.69%
UW GREEN BAY $37,630 39 $965 5.06%
UW LA CROSSE $13,661 14 $976 1.84%
UW MADISON $43,780 44 $995 5.88%
UW MILWAUKEE $34,871 36 $969 4.68%
UW OSHKOSH $30,952 35 $884 4.16%
UW PLATTEVILLE $550 1 $550 0.07%
UW RIVER FALLS $2,200 3 $733 0.30%
UW STEVENS POINT $33,410 34 $983 4.49%
UW STOUT $14,300 14 $1,021 1.92%
UW SUPERIOR $22,450 25 $898 3.02%
UW WHITEWATER $7,150 9 $794 0.96%
VITERBO COLLEGE $1,100 1 $1,100 0.15%
WAUKESHA COUNTY TECH. COLLEGE $1,100 1 $1,100 0.15%
WESTERN WISCONSIN TECH. COLLEGE $7,700 9 $856 1.03%
WISCONSIN INDIANHEAD TECH. COLLEGE $38,887 41 $948 5.22%
TOTAL $744,336 802 $928 100.00%

SECTOR DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
UW SYSTEM $274,718 289 $951 36.91%
INDEPENDENT
COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
$244,372 273 $895 32.83%
WTC SYSTEM $216,446 231 $937 29.08%
OTHER $8,800 9 $978 1.18%
TOTAL $744,336 802 $928 100.00%

* These figures include refunds from the previous year received after 1996-97 books were closed as well as partial or whole refunds received after the end of vouchering for 1997-98.

1997-1998
MINORITY RETENTION GRANT*

INDEPENDENT COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES

YEAR
IN SCHOOL
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
FRESHMEN 20 $19,865 $993 5.28%
SOPHOMORES 91 $121,207 $1,332 32.24%
JUNIORS 107 $120,585 $1,127 32.08%
SENIORS 83 $98,855 $1,191 26.30%
5TH YEAR STUDENTS 13 $15,424 $1,186 4.10%
TOTAL 314 $375,936 $1,197 100.00%

STATUS NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
DEPENDENT 120 $149,972 $1,250 39.89%
INDEPENDENT, FAMILY 94 $96,433 $1,026 25.65%
SINGLE, INDEPENDENT 100 $129,531 $1,295 34.46%
TOTAL 314 $375,936 $1,197 100.00%

TOP 5 SCHOOLS NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
ALVERNO COLLEGE 76 $84,050 $1,106 22.36%
MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY 33 $58,400 $1,770 15.53%
LAC COURTE OREILLES OJIBWA
COMMUNITY COLLEGE
26 $44,769 $1,722 11.91%
CARDINAL STRITCH UNIVERSITY 21 $34,201 $1,629 9.10%
CARROLL COLLEGE 19 $27,550 $1,450 7.33%
TOTAL 175 $248,970 $1,423 66.23%

MINORITY GROUP NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
AFRICAN-AMERICAN 155 $188,443 $1,216 50.13%
AMERICAN INDIAN 54 $64,694 $1,198 17.21%
ASIAN-AMERICAN 48 $43,429 $905 11.55%
HISPANIC 57 $79,370 $1,392 21.11%
TOTAL 314 $375,936 $1,197 100.00%

* These figures include refunds from the previous year received after 1996-97 books were closed as well as partial or whole refunds received after the end of vouchering for 1997-98.

1997-1998
MINORITY RETENTION GRANT*

WISCONSIN TECHNICAL COLLEGE SYSTEM

YEAR
IN SCHOOL
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
FRESHMEN 32 $25,473 $796 8.44%
SOPHOMORES 213 $186,510 $876 61.82%
JUNIORS 72 $63,944 $888 21.20%
SENIORS 29 $23,750 $819 7.87%
5TH YEAR STUDENTS 2 $2,000 $1,000 0.66%
TOTAL 348 $301,677 $867 100.00%

STATUS NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
DEPENDENT 52 $46,414 $893 15.39%
INDEPENDENT, FAMILY 68 $59,502 $875 19.72%
SINGLE, INDEPENDENT 228 $195,761 $859 64.89%
TOTAL 348 $301,677 $867 100.00%

TOP 5 SCHOOLS NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
MILWAUKEE AREA 209 $190,527 $912 63.16%
MADISON AREA 71 $63,000 $887 20.88%
NORTHEAST WISCONSIN 10 $15,700 $1,570 5.20%
GATEWAY 4 $5,500 $1,375 1.82%
FOX VALLEY 7 $4,400 $629 1.46%
TOTAL 301 $279,127 $927 92.53%

MINORITY GROUP NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
AFRICAN-AMERICAN 166 $147,101 $886 48.76%
AMERICAN INDIAN 21 $17,081 $813 5.66%
ASIAN-AMERICAN 74 $59,496 $804 19.72%
HISPANIC 87 $77,999 $897 25.86%
TOTAL 348 $301,677 $867 100.00%

* These figures include refunds from the previous year received after 1996-97 books were closed as well as partial or whole refunds received after the end of vouchering for 1997-98.

1997-1998
MINORITY TEACHER LOAN*

COLLEGE
OR UNIVERSITY
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
ALVERNO COLLEGE $14,500 8 $1,813 12.73%
MARIAN COLLEGE $2,500 1 $2,500 2.19%
MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY $12,500 7 $1,786 10.97%
MT. MARY COLLEGE $2,500 1 $2,500 2.19%
ST. NORBERT COLLEGE $2,500 1 $2,500 2.19%
UW MADISON $7,000 4 $1,750 6.14%
UW MILWAUKEE $52,125 30 $1,738 45.75%
UW OSHKOSH $9,305 5 $1,861 8.17%
UW WHITEWATER $11,000 7 $1,571 9.66%
TOTAL $113,930 64 $1,780 100.00%

SECTOR DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
UW SYSTEM $79,430 46 $1,727 69.72%
INDEPENDENT
COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
$34,500 18 $1,917 30.28%
TOTAL $113,930 64 $1,780 100.00%

STATUS OF
RECIPIENTS
NUMBER OF
RECIPIENTS
PERCENTAGE
OF RECIPIENTS
DEFAULTED 2 0.42%
DEFERMENT 8 1.68%
ENROLLED 94 19.79%
FORGIVENESS 108 22.74%
FORGIVEN IN FULL 84 17.68%
MONTHLY PAYMENT 85 17.89%
QUARTERLY PAYMENT 63 13.26%
PAID IN FULL 28 5.89%
SKIP TRACING NEEDED 3 0.63%
TOTAL 475 100.00%

* These figures include refunds from the previous year received after 1996-97 books were closed as well as partial or whole refunds received after the end of vouchering for 1997-98.

1997-1998
NURSING STUDENT STIPEND LOAN

STATUS OF RECIPIENTS
STATUS NUMBER OF
RECIPENTS
PERCENTAGE
OF RECIPIENTS
ENROLLED 36 3.00%
FORGIVENESS 305 25.37%
REPAYMENT 32 2.66%
DEFERRED 2 0.17%
INTERIM 192 15.97%
FORBEARANCE 1 0.08%
WITHDRAWN 18 1.50%
TOTAL REFUNDED 11 0.92%
DECEASED 1 0.08%
FORGIVEN IN FULL 568 47.25%
PAYMENT IN FULL 36 3.00%
TOTAL 1202 100.00%

1997-1998
PAUL DOUGLAS SCHOLARSHIP

STATUS OF RECIPIENTS
STATUS NUMBER OF
RECIPENTS
PERCENTAGE
OF RECIPIENTS
DEFERMENT 2 0.94%
ENROLLED 52 24.41%
FORGIVENESS (EMPLOYED) 76 35.68%
FORBEARANCE 2 0.94%
INTERIM 17 7.98%
PAID IN FULL 5 2.35%
REPAYMENT 10 4.69%
WITHDRAWN/CHANGED MAJOR 1 0.47%
FORGIVENESS COMPLETE 48 22.54%
TOTAL 213 100.00%

1997-1998
TALENT INCENTIVE PROGRAM GRANT*

COLLEGE
OR UNIVERSITY
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
ALVERNO COLLEGE $172,117 169 $1,018 3.77%
BELOIT COLLEGE $12,990 10 $1,299 0.28%
BLACKHAWK TECH. COLLEGE $12,223 12 $1,019 0.27%
CARDINAL STRITCH UNIVERISTY $25,170 25 $1,007 0.55%
CARROLL COLLEGE $112,537 98 $1,148 2.47%
CARTHAGE COLLEGE $12,438 12 $1,037 0.27%
CHIPPEWA VALLEY TECH. COLLEGE $86,906 83 $1,047 1.91%
COLLEGE OF THE MENOMINEE NATION $5,750 6 $958 0.13%
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY $29,212 30 $974 0.64%
EDGEWOOD COLLEGE $31,991 30 $1,066 0.70%
FOX VALLEY TECH. COLLEGE $6,637 11 $603 0.15%
GATEWAY TECH. COLLEGE $46,873 51 $919 1.03%
LAC COURTE OREILLES OJIBWA
COMMUNITY COLLEGE
$6,913 8 $864 0.15%
LAKELAND COLLEGE $26,576 24 $1,107 0.58%
LAKESHORE TECH. COLLEGE $37,849 39 $970 0.83%
LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY $14,532 13 $1,118 0.32%
MADISON AREA TECH. COLLEGE $52,390 54 $970 1.15%
MARANATHA BIBLE COLLEGE $5,725 5 $1,145 0.13%
MARIAN COLLEGE $44,342 44 $1,008 0.97%
MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY $231,524 192 $1,206 5.08%
MID-STATE TECH. COLLEGE $24,410 26 $939 0.54%
MILWAUKEE AREA TECH. COLLEGE $522,350 501 $1,043 11.45%
MILWAUKEE INSTITUTE OF ART & DESIGN $29,966 26 $1,153 0.66%
MILWAUKEE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING $37,566 32 $1,174 0.82%
MORAINE PARK TECH. COLLEGE $31,963 32 $999 0.70%
MT. MARY COLLEGE $28,927 28 $1,033 0.63%
MT. SENARIO COLLEGE $97,846 90 $1,087 2.15%
NATIVE AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL SERVICES $3,707 3 $1,236 0.08%
NICOLET TECH. COLLEGE $38,675 35 $1,105 0.85%
NORTHCENTRAL TECH. COLLEGE $30,125 33 $9013 0.66%
NORTHEAST WISCONSIN TECH. COLLEGE $32,571 34 $958 0.71%
NORTHLAND COLLEGE $30,402 24 $1,267 0.67%
RIPON COLLEGE $17,013 16 $1,063 0.37%
SILVER LAKE COLLEGE $40,620 37 $1,098 0.89%
SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN TECH. COLLEGE $27,911 29 $962 0.61%
ST. NORBERT COLLEGE $90,668 79 $1,148 1.99%
UW COLLEGES $83,834 91 $921 1.84%
UW EAU CLAIRE $242,552 235 $1,032 5.32%
UW GREEN BAY $123,952 117 $1,059 2.72%
UW LA CROSSE $172,031 177 $972 3.77%
UW MADISON $282,444 280 $1,009 6.19%
UW MILWAUKEE $407,777 403 $1,012 8.94%
UW OSHKOSH $119,722 117 $1,023 2.62%
UW PARKSIDE $103,671 83 $1,249 2.27%
UW PLATTEVILLE $78,544 78 $1,007 1.72%
UW RIVER FALLS $94,785 90 $1,053 2.08%
UW STEVENS POINT $281,027 209 $1,345 6.16%
UW STOUT $147,770 146 $1,012 3.24%
UW SUPERIOR $64,863 59 $1,099 1.42%
UW WHITEWATER $159,957 160 $1,000 3.51%
VITERBO COLLEGE $35,060 31 $1,131 0.77%
WAUKESHA COUNTY TECH. COLLEGE $12,440 15 $829 0.27%
WESTERN WISCONSIN TECH. COLLEGE $43,675 38 $1,149 0.96%
WISCONSIN INDIANHEAD TECH. COLLEGE $40,307 43 $937 0.88%
WISCONSIN LUTHERAN COLLEGE $7,335 6 $1,223 0.16%
TOTAL $4,561,161 4,319 $1,056 100.00%

SECTOR DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
UW SYSTEM $2,362,909 2,160 $1,094 51.81%
INDEPENDENT
COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
$1,150,927 1,032 $1,115 25.23%
WTC SYSTEM $1,047,305 1,127 $929 22.96%
TOTAL $4,561,161 4,319 $1,056 100.00%

YEAR
IN SCHOOL
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
FRESHMEN 1,611 $1,712,091 $1,063 37.54%
SOPHMORES 1,205 $1,250,560 $1,038 27.42%
JUNIORS 756 $814,625 $1,078 17.86%
SENIORS 558 $590,002 $1,057 12.94%
5TH YEAR STUDENTS 189 $193,883 $1,026 4.25%
TOTAL 4,319 $4,561,161 $1,056 100.00%

STATUS NUMBER
OF AWARDS
DOLLARS
SPENT
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
DEPENDENT 2,853 $3,003,310 $1,053 65.85%
INDEPENDENT, FAMILY 1,311 $1,396,540 $1,065 30.62%
SINGLE, INDEPENDENT 155 $161,311 $1,041 3.54%
TOTAL 4,319 $4,561,161 $1,056 100.00%

* These figures include refunds from the previous year received after 1996-97 books were closed as well as partial or whole refunds received after the end of vouchering for 1997-98.

1997-1998
WISCONSIN HIGHER EDUCATION GRANT*

WISCONSIN TECHNICAL COLLEGE SYSTEM

TECHNICAL
COLLEGE
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
BLACKHAWK $385,075 516 $746 3.43%
CHIPPEWA VALLEY $622,230 832 $748 5.54%
FOX VALLEY $579,485 860 $674 5.16%
GATEWAY $595,141 861 $691 5.30%
LAKESHORE $325,003 469 $693 2.89%
MADISON AREA $1,105,280 1,557 $710 9.84%
MID-STATE $494,070 680 $727 4.40%
MILWAUKEE AREA $3,602,462 4,678 $770 32.08%
MORAINE PARK $297,724 436 $683 2.65%
NICOLET $242,534 319 $760 2.16%
NORTHCENTRAL $504,236 686 $735 4.49%
NORTHEAST WISCONSIN $504,219 671 $751 4.49%
SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN $372,446 479 $778 3.32%
WAUKESHA COUNTY $270,541 411 $658 2.41%
WESTERN WISCONSIN $665,331 859 $775 5.92%
WISCONSIN INDIANHEAD $664,567 872 $762 5.92%
TOTAL $11,230,344 15,186 $740 100.00%

YEAR
IN SCHOOL
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
FRESHMEN $6,883,147 9,260 $743 61.29%
SOPHMORES $3,254,735 4,367 $745 28.98%
JUNIORS $764,729 1,053 $726 6.81%
SENIORS $262,295 405 $648 2.34%
5TH YEAR STUDENTS $65,438 101 $648 0.58%
TOTAL $11,230,344 15,186 $740 100.00%

STATUS DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
DEPENDENT $2,254,338 2,366 $953 20.07%
INDEPENDENT, FAMILY $6,721,731 9,126 $737 59.85%
SINGLE, INDEPENDENT $2,254,275 3,694 $610 20.07%
TOTAL $11,230,344 15,186 $740 100.00%

DOLLARS SPENT BY DEPENDENCY STATUS
WHEG-WTC graph

* These figures include refunds from the previous year received after 1996-97 books were closed as well as partial or whole refunds received after the end of vouchering for 1997-98.

1997-1998
WISCONSIN HIGHER EDUCATION GRANT*

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN SYSTEM

UNIVERSITY DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
UW COLLEGES $1,091,953 1,433 $762 6.93%
UW EAU CLAIRE $1,171,463 1,385 $846 7.44%
UW GREEN BAY $779,253 987 $790 4.95%
UW LA CROSSE $904,645 1,074 $842 5.74%
UW MADISON $1,947,540 2,246 $867 12.36%
UW MILWAUKEE $2,807,967 3,411 $823 17.83%
UW OSHKOSH $1,219,393 1,467 $831 7.74%
UW PARKSIDE $740,066 859 $862 4.70%
UW PLATTEVILLE $647,830 792 $818 4.11%
UW RIVER FALLS $544,482 633 $860 3.46%
UW STEVENS POINT $1,270,795 1,469 $865 8.07%
UW STOUT $1,169.854 1,312 $892 7.43%
UW SUPERIOR $379,133 484 $783 2.41%
UW WHITEWATER $1,076,778 1,284 $839 6.84%
TOTAL $15,751,149 18,836 $836 100.00%

YEAR
IN SCHOOL
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
FRESHMEN $3,781,726 4,358 $868 24.01%
SOPHMORES $3,542,936 4,156 $852 22.49%
JUNIORS $3,454,192 4,008 $862 21.93%
SENIORS $3,219,863 3,983 $808 20.44%
5TH YEAR STUDENTS $1,752,432 2,331 $752 11.13%
TOTAL $15,751,149 18,836 $836 100.00%

STATUS DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
DEPENDENT $6,803,403 7,055 $964 43.19%
INDEPENDENT, FAMILY $4,294,932 5,400 $795 27.27%
SINGLE, INDEPENDENT $4,652,813 6,381 $729 29.54%
TOTAL $15,751,149 18,836 $836 100.00%

DOLLARS SPENT BY DEPENDENCY STATUS
WHEG-UW graph

* These figures include refunds from the previous year received after 1996-97 books were closed as well as partial or whole refunds received after the end of vouchering for 1997-98.

1997-1998
WISCONSIN TUITION GRANT*

COLLEGE
OR UNIVERSITY
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
ALVERNO COLLEGE $1,250,253 785 $1,593 7.16%
BELLIN COLLEGE OF NURSING $69,828 39 $1,790 0.40%
BELLIN - UWGB $48,694 28 $1,739 0.28%
BELOIT COLLEGE $277,358 141 $1,967 1.59%
CARDINAL STRITCH UNIVERSITY $575,786 371 $1,552 3.30%
CARROLL COLLEGE $1,543,694 844 $1,829 8.84%
CARTHAGE COLLEGE $803,265 424 $1,894 4.60%
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY $888,801 537 $1,655 5.09%
EDGEWOOD COLLEGE $701,331 400 $1,753 4.02%
FOX VALLEY AVIATION $36,565 18 $2,031 0.21%
LAKELAND COLLEGE $590,575 325 $1,817 3.38%
LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY $621,927 309 $2,013 3.56%
MADISON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS $19,704 14 $1,407 0.11%
MARANATHA BIBLE COLLEGE $180,367 112 $1,610 1.03%
MARIAN COLLEGE $835,780 480 $1,741 4.79%
MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY $2,254,912 1,201 $1,878 12.91%
MILWAUKEE INSTITUTE OF ART & DESIGN $404,324 216 $1,872 2.32%
MILWAUKEE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING $1,065,844 588 $1,813 6.10%
MT. MARY COLLEGE $564,858 314 $1,799 3.23%
MT. SENARIO COLLEGE $567,911 337 $1,685 3.25%
NORTHLAND COLLEGE $290,660 157 $1,851 1.66%
RIPON COLLEGE $527,324 266 $1,982 3.02%
SILVER LAKE COLLEGE $298,569 186 $1,605 1.71%
ST. NORBERT COLLEGE $1,366,327 697 $1,960 7.82%
VITERBO COLLEGE $1,231,095 679 $1,813 7.05%
WISCONSIN LUTHERAN COLLEGE $273,419 145 $1,886 1.57%
 
COLLEGE OF THE MENOMINEE NATION $50,913 60 $849 0.29%
LAC COURTE OREILLES OJIBWA
COMMUNITY COLLEGE
$107,745 101 $1,067 0.62%
NATIVE AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL SERVICES $14,271 14 $1,019 0.08%
 
TOTAL $17,462,100 9,788 $1,784 100.00%

YEAR
IN SCHOOL
DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
FRESHMEN $5,060,418 2,884 $1,755 28.98%
SOPHMORES $4,210,255 2,304 $1,827 24.11%
JUNIORS $4,324,651 2,344 $1,845 24.77%
SENIORS $3,179,772 1,804 $1,763 18.21%
5TH YEAR STUDENTS $687,004 452 $1,520 3.93%
TOTAL $17,462,100 9,788 $1,784 100.00%

STATUS DOLLARS
SPENT
NUMBER
OF AWARDS
AVERAGE
AWARD
PERCENTAGE
OF DOLLARS SPENT
DEPENDENT $12,801,106 6,728 $1,903 73.31%
INDEPENDENT, FAMILY $1,971,222 1,689 $1,167 11.29%
SINGLE, INDEPENDENT $2,689,772 1,371 $1,962 15.40%
TOTAL $17,462,100 9,788 $1,784 100.00%

DOLLARS SPENT BY DEPENDENCY STATUS
WTG graph

* These figures include refunds from the previous year received after 1996-97 books were closed as well as partial or whole refunds received after the end of vouchering for 1997-98.

 

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