AANAPISI provides information to students who are seeking colleges and institutions that serve Asian Americans and Native American Pacific Islanders. Students can also locate scholarships, internships, and conferences. Find more information at the AANAPISI website.
Campus Pride provides a national listing of LGBTQ-friendly colleges and universities to students seeking inclusive environments. In addition, Campus Pride provides advocacy resources, college fairs, and school ratings. Visit the Campus Pride website to learn more about their resources.
The Common Black College Application serves 67 historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs). Talk to your school counselor for an application code starting October 17, 2022. Find more information at the Common Black College Application website.
FAFSA is a form that a student and parent need to complete to have access to grants, work-study, and loans. Additionally, some scholarships require the FAFSA form. Complete the FAFSA online.
HACU provides information to students who are seeking Hispanic-serving colleges and universities. Students can also locate scholarships, internships, and conferences. Find more information at the HACU website.
The National Association for College Admission Counseling provides a current list of colleges and universities that have admissions, financial aid, and housing available for the upcoming fall term. Review openings on the association's College Openings Update site.
NCCSD is a federally funded center that provides information and resources to college students with disabilities. The DREAM List shows national and campus organizations that support and advocate for college students with disabilities.
MPS scholarship information is contained in an MPS Scholarship Google Folder. The folder holds event flyers, scholarship application materials, and the 2022–2023 Milwaukee Public Schools Scholarships & College and Career Opportunity List. All the materials can be viewed, downloaded, and printed. Consult with your school counselor or College and Career Center advisor for one-on-one help.
There are 13 universities in the University of Wisconsin System that include two-year and four-year campuses. To learn more about each campus, visit the UW Help Campus Profiles page.
There are 16 colleges that make up the Wisconsin Technical College System. To explore each of the Wisconsin technical colleges, visit the WTCS Colleges page. Speak with your school counselor to see whether you qualify for a fee waiver.
YouVisit is an online portal that has interactive college tours. Use the searchable database to gain valuable information about hundreds of colleges. Take virtual tours at YouVisit.