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If after receiving student aid from the state of Wisconsin and the U.S. Department of Education, you still find yourself in need of money, there are still options. With the growing trend of higher education fees, many students turn to private Wisconsin student loans to close the gap between their awards and expenses. Private student loans are awarded through a private lender that is not associated with the government. You can get some pretty good deals. Check out our private student loans start page.

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  • Wisconsin students might also consider applying for a federal student loan when they fill out their FAFSA. This can be done by marking the correct box in the student loan section of the form. Once the FAFSA has been processed, you will receive further details on what loans you have qualified for. You may also qualify for a subsidized Wisconsin student loan if you demonstrate financial need.
  • Act Private Student Loans - Borrow up to $40,000 per year. No Repayment until after graduation.
  • Community State Bank (818870) - Union Grove, Wisconsin . 414-878-3763. ( Federal Stafford Loans, PLUS Loans for Parents )
  • Du Trac Community Credit Union (829003) - Dubuque, IA. 800-475-1331. (Federal Staford, PLUS Loan )
  • Dubuque Bank and Trust Company (803968) - Dubuque, IA. 319-589-2000. (Stafford, PLUS)
  • First National Bank & Trust Co. of Beloit (820741) - Beloit, WI. 608-364-4401. (Stafford, PLUS)
  • First Northern Savings Bank, S.A. (823808) - Green Bay, Wisconsin . 800-262-3222. ( Stafford, PLUS )
  • Galena State Bank and Trust Company (815597) - Galena, IL. 815-777-0663. (Stafford, PLUS)
  • Medfunds (831654) - Cleveland, OH. 800-665-1016.  Medical school loans, health fields.
  • National City Bank of Michigan/Illinois (802828) - Morton, IL. 800-622-5097. (Stafford, PLUS)
  • Park Bank (820065) - Madison, Wisconsin  608-283-6868. ( Stafford, PLUS )
  • Port Washington State Bank (818609) - Port Washington, Wisconsin . 414-284-4416. (Stafford, PLUS)
  • Shell Lake State Bank (812001) - Shell Lake, Wisconsin  715-468-7858. (Federal Stafford Loans, PLUS loan )
  • State Bank of Viroqua (812019) - Viroqua, Wisconsin . 608-637-3127. (Stafford, PLUS)
  • TCF National Bank (822135) - Milwaukee, WI. 800-357-0185. (Stafford, PLUS)

Higher Educational Aids Board
P.O. Box 7885
Madison, WI 53707
(608) 267-2206
FAX: 267-2808

 
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Wisconsin Student Loans

The Wisconsin Higher Education Aid Board offers students of all different backgrounds a wide variety of options when it comes to funding their college ventures. In all, the state provides 11 different programs. Each program features its own set of qualifications from financial dependency to ethnicity. The program includes the following”

Academic Excellence Scholarship
Hearing and Visually Handicapped Student Grant
Indian Student Assistance Grant
Minnesota-Wisconsin Tuition Reciprocity
Minority Teacher Loan
Minority Undergraduate Retention Grant
Nursing Student Loan
Talent Incentive Program Grant
Teacher of the Visually Impaired Loan
Wisconsin Higher Education Grant
Wisconsin Tuition Grant

To apply for the Wisconsin Higher Education Aid Board programs, students must complete and submit an application packet. Packets can be obtained through the board or your local college. Additional application information, such as details on the Free Application of Financial Student Aid, can also be obtained through the U.S. Department of Education.