Information for prospective students and for students currently enrolled at WAICU-member colleges and universities Students
Information on counselor events and services to help your students find the right college or university Counselors
State Authorization
Financial Aid
An interactive Web site featuring virtual campus tours, online applications, and direct connections to admissions counselors and financial aid information Publications
Support financial aid and contact legislators. Support Our Students
National model for college cost controls. WAICU Collaboration Project
Information on collaborative administrative support services and purchasing Member Services
Information on collaborative administrative support services and purchasing Transcript Requests
University and College Accountability Network U-CAN
  University and College Accountability Network

WAICU Publications
WAICU invites you to browse current and back issues of our publications.
WAICU hosts School Counselor Workshops around the state, providing an opportunity for school counselors to meet with the admission representatives from our member colleges and universities.  Wisconsin workshops are normally held in October, and an Illinois event is held in March.  Click on the above link for upcoming dates and locations. 
The Guide offers information on the private, nonprofit colleges and universities in Wisconsin, including information on financial aid, admission requirements, and majors and minors.
View and print WAICU's Quick Facts. It is a short overview of Wisconsin's private, nonprofit colleges and universities.
View and print off a listing of the open houses and events at Wisconsin's private, nonprofit colleges and universities.
Please contact individual campuses for further explanations of and waivers from these policies.
The Foster Youth to College Advisory Group gathers resources focused on foster youth and the unique opportunities available to them in achieving a college education. Click to download a list of WAICU members' liaisons familiar with opportunities for foster youth; these liaisons can help with the barriers students may face in pursuing a college degree. 
WAICU's quarterly newsletter contains a special section with regular features for high school guidance counselors.
WAICU will once again be represented at this year's Wisconsin Education Fairs. Be sure to stop at the WAICU table to learn about net tuition and other reasons students should consider a private, nonprofit Wisconsin college or university. 
Each summer, counselors are invited to register for a weeklong College Seminar tour that includes visits to colleges and universities in Wisconsin and neighboring states.  Participants can earn 3 DPI-approved credits through Marian University.  For more information, check out the website, call 920-923-7650 or email  
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