The window for students to start filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the 2023-24 school year opened Oct. 1.
UW-Milwaukee and Marquette University have announced a partnership that will focus on poverty, its root causes and its subsequent effects on members of Milwaukee’s various communities.
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has received a $500,000 grant to place 100 students from underrepresented populations in paid internships with Milwaukee-area corporations over the next two years.
The leaders of M³ will talk about the importance of generating college-level success in high schools and the potential impact across the region during the next session of M³ | Education Transformed, a virtual event series, on Thursday at 10:30 a.m.
A regional educational initiative involving UWM has been recognized for its efforts to help develop the talent pool to fill high-tech jobs.
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett joined leaders from the M3 public education initiative to urge students to turn in their FAFSA forms for the 2022-23 school year amid alarming declines in completion rates during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two new groups of schools have committed to the Moon Shot for Equity initiative, which is dedicated to making sure that students of various racial and ethnic backgrounds graduate from college at the same rate by 2030.
Carthage College President John Swallow is taking over as chair of the Higher Education Regional Alliance after UWM Chancellor Mark Mone completed his two-year term as the inaugural leader of the southeastern Wisconsin initiative.
A regional educational initiative involving UWM has launched a new effort designed to help develop a talent pool to fill high-tech jobs in southeastern Wisconsin.
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett joined leaders of the M3 education initiative to encourage high school seniors to fill out a critical financial aid form needed to unlock access to potential scholarships, grants and other types of assistance to help pay for college.