Wisconsin Colleges and Universities

The Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) has 16 districts, serving the entire state with vocational technical training, and adult continuing education. The Career Programs section of the WTCS web site lists and explains the career programs per district.

University of Wisconsin System consists of two-year and four-year campuses with undergraduate and graduate degree programs, and the UW Extension.

Wisconsin Private Colleges, a resource to help prospective students select a college, apply for admission, and plan to finance higher education. It includes a list of Wisconsin private colleges and their application forms.

Educational Approval Board (EAB), a post-secondary education agency that exists to protect Wisconsin's consumers and support choices to innovative and quality education programs, by overseeing private for-profit postsecondary schools, out-of-state nonprofit colleges and universities, and in-state nonprofit institutions incorporated after 1991.

America's Career OneStop contains resources to search for training and education, including an overview of national resources in its Education and Training Center.

Federal Student Aid at studentaid.ed.gov is the largest provider of student financial aid in the nation, providing federal grants, loans, and work-study funds.

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