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Financial Assistance Information

In early fall, North and Memorial High Schools will host an informational financial aid night for students and their parents/guardians.
  Be sure to check the website of the post-secondary schools you are interested in for scholarship information. It can be found at UW Help
  • Reciprocity Agreements (out of state tuition assistance)
Minnesota/Wisconsin Reciprocity

Also, please be aware that the Minnesota/Wisconsin reciprocity agreement allows Wisconsin residents to attend Minnesota public universities at in-state tuition rates. 
  The Midwest Stuent Exchange Program (MSEP) is a tuition reduction program that makes attending out-of-state colleges and universities more affordable for non-resident students.


  • The “Current Postings” link will be updated approximately every two to four weeks and hard copies of that document will also be posted in Student Services. Please direct questions to Isaiah Vang, email
Compliments of UW Help
  • There is a tremendous amount of information available on scholarships. Start your search early and contact the financial aid office at the UW campus you're considering attending for help answering any questions.
Start Searching  
  • Successfully locating, applying for, and receiving a scholarship will require time, energy, and patience. Begin your search early (for example, during your junior year in high school) and well in advance of any application deadlines.
  • Start at the local level. Listings of community scholarships are often available in high school guidance offices. Students with special talent in art, music, athletics, or a particular academic area should speak with their appropriate teacher or coach about possible scholarships with professional organizations they or their family belong to or are affiliated with. Scouting organizations, labor temples, religious organizations, ethnic clubs, or civic groups may have a scholarship competition or fund. Check with employers: In some instances, employees or children of employees can apply to private companies or organizations for scholarships.
Information Resources
  • While you’re searching for scholarships, contact the financial aid office at the campus you’re considering attending. Your campus may have a separate application that must be completed before you can be considered for a campus-based scholarship.
  • For more information about local and national resources to help you make decisions about financial aid, taxes and more click on the link below.
  • https://uwhelp.wisconsin.edu/pay-for-college/financial-resources/

Searches for a Fee
  • Many companies promise to provide lists of scholarships for a fee. In some cases, you are paying for just a list of possible scholarships: some of which may be obsolete, impossible to locate, or limited to applicants who have very specific academic or personal characteristics. Or you may be paying for information that is available at no cost from your financial aid office or the Department of Education. Students and parents are encouraged to read the Federal Trade Commission's warning on scholarship scams.
Free Searches
  • Each of the following sites allows you to search for possible scholarships based on personal information. Once a posted application is complete, you can search for scholarships using different criteria.
  • College Express offers a searchable database that has over 200,000 available scholarships. The search is performed in two comprehensive scholarship databases.
  • CollegeBoard enables students to match their educational goals with internships, scholarships, and loans. It offers a wide variety of facts and tips to aid students when planning for college.
  • College Data uses a simple one-page profile with keyword search. The database is owned by First Financial Bank USA, an education lender.
  • Fast Web (Financial Aid Search through the Web) is a database of more than 270,000 scholarships, fellowships, grants, and loans.
  • Scholarships.com has good coverage of awards. The database is available to undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Sadie Mae College Planning Toolbox - tools and calculators to help you plan and pay for college

Equal Educational Opportunities
  • The District encourages informal resolution of complaints concerning alleged discrimination. If any person believes that the Eau Claire Area School District or any part of the school organization has failed to follow the law and rules of §118.13, Wis. Stats., the Americans with Disabilities Act, Title IX, Title VI, or Section 504 or in some way discriminates against students on the basis of sex, race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital or parental status, sexual orientation, or physical, mental, emotional or learning disability he/she can bring or send a complaint to Kay Marks, Executive Director of Human Resources, 500 Main Street, Eau Claire, WI 54701. Ms. Marks can be contacted at 715-852-3051. Nondiscrimination Policy