|Submission Date||July 5, 2023|
University of Wisconsin-Platteville
PA-8: Affordability and Access
|2.17 / 4.00||
Percentage of need met, on average, for students who were awarded any need-based aid :
Percentage of students graduating without student loan debt:
Percentage of entering students that are low-income:
Graduation/success rate for low-income students:
A brief description of notable policies or programs to make the institution accessible and affordable to low-income students:
FEDERAL PELL GRANT
The Pell Grant is available to high need undergraduate students seeking their first undergraduate degree. Student’s eligibility is determined by the federal need analysis formula. The amount of the Pell Grant varies depending on the information supplied on the FAFSA and whether a student goes full-time or part-time.
FEDERAL SUPPLEMENTAL EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY GRANT
The Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant is awarded to undergraduate students with high need and is awarded in addition to the Federal Pell Grant. Eligibility is also based on the availability of funds.
WISCONSIN GRANT(FORMERLY WISCONSIN HIGHER EDUCATION GRANT, WHEG)
This is a state funded grant available to undergraduate Wisconsin residents pursing their first undergraduate degree who have high need as determined by the state formula. Students must be enrolled for at least six credits and can receive the grant for a maximum of 10 semesters.
TALENT INCENTIVE PROGRAM GRANT
The Talent Incentive Program (TIP) Grant provides grant assistance to the most financially needy and educationally disadvantaged undergraduate Wisconsin resident students. First-time freshmen students are nominated for the TIP Grant by the school financial aid offices or by counselors of the Wisconsin Educational Opportunity Programs (WEOP). To continue to receive the TIP Grant, students must show financial need. Eligibility cannot exceed ten semesters and is only available for six years after the initial grant is awarded. Funding for the TIP Grant is provided by both the State of Wisconsin and the Federal Government.
FEDERAL WORK STUDY
Federal Work Study is one of the Title IV federal financial aid programs. It is awarded to students based on their demonstrated financial need using information from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Through this program students may earn up to the amount listed on their financial aid award letter and their wages will be subsidized by the federal government. Due to this subsidy, some employers require students with Federal Work Study awards and their job postings will state this. If a student does not qualify for Federal Work Study they apply for any position listed as Regular.
A brief description of notable policies or programs to support non-traditional students:
We have a campus office dedicated to assisting Veterans and Non-Traditional Students attend UW-Platteville. Some resources that this office provides includes:
- UW-Platteville is a Yellow Ribbon Program school. See more information on the program and a full list of schools on the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs website.
- UW-Platteville is a Department of Defense MOU participating school for students using Federal Tuition Assistance.
- For the sixth year in a row, UW-Platteville has been selected as a military-friendly school.
- UW-Platteville is in Military Advanced Education's 2015 Guide to military-friendly colleges and universities.
-American Corporate Partners: Connecting U.S. veterans to business leaders through mentorships and online career advice.
- Non-Traditional Student Association- the student group that has primary responsibility for the formulation and review of practices concerning student life, services, and interests for non-traditional students. They are responsible for promoting an interest and understanding among residents regarding their campus environment and serve as a general forum for improving the quality of non-traditional student life.
Estimated percentage of students that participate in or directly benefit from the institution’s policies and programs to support low-income and non-traditional students:
Website URL where information about the institution’s accessibility and affordability initiatives is available:
Additional documentation to support the submission:
The percentage of entering students that are low-income (0-100) (Pell Grants): https://www.wisconsin.edu/accountability/access/ (Pell Grants)
The graduation/success rate for low-income students (0-100)- Pell Grant Recipients: https://www.wisconsin.edu/accountability/progress-and-completion/
On average, the percentage of need that was met for students who were awarded any need-based aid: https://campus.uwplatt.edu/oir/common-data-sets (H2, full time undergraduates)
The percentage of students graduating with no interest-bearing student loan debt or for whom no out-of-pocket tuition is required (i.e. the percentage of graduates who have not taken out interest-bearing loans): https://www.wisconsin.edu/accountability/student-affordability/
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