Pre-Collegiate School Relations Committee
The Pre-Collegiate School Relations Committee educates High School counselors, students, parents, and sometimes teachers about the availability of financial aid and the aid application process.
Our major event each year is the High School Counselor Financial Aid Workshops held each fall at various locations across the state. Financial aid administrators from around the state along with personnel from the Higher Educational Aids Board (HEAB), the Department of Public Instruction, and Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation pool their expertise and resources to make these workshops informative and useful. The program is designed to assist those responsible for counseling Wisconsin students about post-secondary financial planning, including the financial aid application process, types of aid, and any changes for the upcoming academic year.
Interested in attending??
2013 workshop locations and dates have been set! Review our flyer to see when/where you can attend.
Registration for our 2013 workshops is now CLOSED and workshops have ended.
Review or download the 2013 workshop presentation or other workshop materials including:
Wisconsin's Colleges & University Application Information - provided by HEAB
If you have questions or need assistance please contact Workshop Chair email@example.com.
Want to join our Committee?
If you're interested in becoming a member, please feel free to contact the current Chair, Karla Weber, at firstname.lastname@example.org Our committee typically meets at WASFAA conferences in the Fall and Spring and otherwise meets via conference calls a few times throughout the year.
Current members - Donna Dahlvang (UW-Superior), Alisha Dean (UW Colleges), Megan DeRusha (UW-Stout), Vicki Gack (Ripon College), Jill Hassenfelt (GLHEC), Sharon Hunter (DPI/WEOP), Tamara Lavender (UW Colleges), Courtney Morris (UW-Milwaukee), Sherrie Nelson (HEAB), Kristine Pineda (UW-Milwaukee), John Reinemann (HEAB), Judith Sasso-Mason (Cardinal Stritch University), Lynne Siewert (UW-Madison), Julie Waldvogel (Moraine Park Technical College), Jennifer Weber (UW-La Crosse)