Financial Aid
  

Financial Aid

The financial aid office in schools of higher education is the best point of contact for available grants, loans, and scholarships. Eligibility rules may apply.

Visit the America's Career OneStop pages to explore these financial aid options.

  • Education and Training Center is a overview of all resources nationally.
  • Financial Aid Advisor asks that you answer a brief list of qualifying questions, and offers suggestions for where to go for complete information on eligibility, and how to apply.
  • Scholarship Search from over 5,000 scholarships, fellowships, loans, and other financial assistance opportunities.

Scholarships for individuals with disabilities are listed on the Disability.gov site. Follow the links to Education and Scholarships & Financial Aid.

Vocational Rehabilitation programs help with re-training if you have work related limitations.

Individual Training Account vouchers are available for eligible persons through Workforce Investment Act. Qualifying individuals must be working with a case manager assigned through a local Wisconsin Job Center.

Wisconsin has state-sponsored educational benefits for veterans, in addition to federal Veterans' Administration benefits. The U.S. Department of Veterans' Affairs presents information on the GI Bill and other educational benefits. The Wisconsin National Guard offers extensive educational assistance available with this part time job.



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