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Wisconsin Financial Aid Advisors Help You Finance Your Way to a Greater Future

Our College Planning Workshops in Waukesha County Help You Find the Most Financial Aid, Scholarships and Student Grants

At Integrated College Planning our Waukesha college prep workshops educate parents and high school students on the best college savings plans and how to get the most college funding through financial aid and Wisconsin scholarships and grants. Our Waukesha college planning advisors even provide college monthly planning checklists to keep you on track.

Integrated College Planning serves students who wish to attend public or private schools in Wisconsin or out of state, including, but not limited to: UW-Madison, UW-Milwaukee, UW-Green Bay, UW-Whitewater, UW-La Crosse, UW-Eau Claire, UW-Oshkosh, UW-Stevens Point, UW-Stout, UW-Platteville, UW-Marquette, St. Norbert College, MSOE (Milwaukee School of Engineering), Wisconsin Lutheran College, Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, Carthage College, Alverno College, Carroll University, Edgewood College, Medical College of Wisconsin and Mount Mary University.

Providing the Financial Aid Help Wisconsin Students and Parents Rely on for More College Funding

Whether you’re applying to a Wisconsin university, private college or an out of state school, we help you minimize student loans by getting the most from college financial aid programs, scholarships and grants. Our Waukesha college prep advisors help high school students maximize their eligibility for financial aid and devise a plan to pay for college in the most cost-effective manner. Currently, our average student receives $58,000 in grants over the course of their four year education!

College Planning Centers of Waukesha County Give You the Best Financial Aid Tips, Tricks and Workarounds

Integrated College Planning is well-known for providing the financial aid help Wisconsin high school students and parents rely on to get the most college funding. We educate parents on how the financial aid system works. Our college planning centers of Waukesha County give you all the tips, tricks and hidden workarounds to get Wisconsin high school students the most college funding.

How Do I Get Financial Aid in Wisconsin?

Most high school students (and parents) don’t know where to begin when applying for financial aid, scholarships and college grants. The biggest question we hear is “how do I get financial aid in Wisconsin?” Whether you’re planning on attending a Wisconsin college or you’re planning to attend a university in a different state, we are the experts when it comes to finding the most financial aid!

Our college planning centers in Waukesha County begin by calculating your family’s Expected Family Contribution (EFC), so you know what your annual out-of-pocket costs will be. Next, we look at implementing income and asset planning strategies which lower your EFC. We devise a plan to help you pay for college in the most affordable way possible, so you don’t have to spend your life savings on college costs. We also search out colleges and universities which are known for giving out financial aid awards consisting of higher amounts of grants and scholarship money. This search includes Wisconsin colleges, as well as out of state schools, ensuring your child finds the best school for their GPA, ACT or SAT score.

Wisconsin Financial Aid Application Process

Once we complete the aforementioned steps, we begin the financial aid application process. Our Wisconsin financial aid advisors complete and file all financial aid related documents, ensuring 100% accuracy and timeliness. The documents our Wisconsin financial aid advisors complete include, but are not limited to:

  • CSS Profile
  • Custodial and Non-Custodial Applications
  • IDOC Forms
  • Verification Forms
  • Institutional Forms

Once the financial aid is awarded to the student, our Wisconsin financial aid advisors compare all awards and determine whether you should accept the financial aid or appeal the award.

When Should I Apply for Wisconsin Financial Aid?

The best time to apply for Wisconsin financial aid is during the student’s sophomore or junior year in high school. This ensures enough time to help you lower your Expected Family Contribution (EFC), based on the income and asset planning strategies we’ve provided for your specific situation.

The Financial Aid Assistance Wisconsin Parents and Students Trust to Get the Most College Funding

When it comes to qualifying for financial aid, grants and scholarships, Integrated College Planning in Pewaukee is Wisconsin’s #1 go to resource. We get you the most college funding, so you can attend your school of choice without taking on multiple student loans and tons of student debt. Whether you live in Waukesha, Milwaukee, Racine, Ozaukee or Washington counties, check out one of our FREE college funding workshops in Southeast Wisconsin or schedule a FREE consultation at our Waukesha college planning center. We’re known for saving Wisconsin students thousands of dollars in out of pocket costs!

Contact our Waukesha college prep advisors right now and schedule your FREE Wisconsin financial aid consultation!