Cohort-based student support program at UWM. Benefits include: financial support for summer bridge program, renewable scholarship toward tuition for up to four semesters, financial support towards textbooks for up to four semesters, additional support from an academic advisor, success coach, and peer mentor.
Full tuition scholarship awarded to 5 first-generation and low-income students per year. Special consideration is given to students who graduated from Nativity Jesuit Academy and Notre Dame School of Milwaukee.
Upward Bound supports, guides, and empowers first-generation, income-eligible young men and women as they strive for successful high school completion, post-secondary enrollment and graduation, and life-affirming careers and futures. Programming includes tutoring sessions, college placement assistance, career development labs, academic and personal counseling, and social/cultural activities and trips.
Pre-college academic achievement program designed to help students develop the motivation and skills that are required to graduate high school and successfully complete a college degree. Goals include: improving academic skills, teaching effective study strategies, exploring career choices, providing experiences in diverse cultural and educational activities, and promoting personal growth and responsibility.
Pre-college summer business program for high-achieving high school students. It is designed to cultivate a diverse community of business students and leaders. The program spans 3 summers beginning after 10th grade, with students living on the UW-Madison campus each summer.