About the Scholarship

Wisconsin Talent Incentive Program (TIP) Grant is sponsored by the State of Wisconsin Higher Educational Aids Board. The institution is a grant providing association that helps financially to Wisconsin locals who are planned for higher education in the universities. TIP mainly provide funds to those who are facing financial need and to those who are good in academics but educationally disadvantaged. These scholarships are mainly for the Wisconsin local candidates who are attending colleges and universities in the State of Wisconsin.


How to apply for Wisconsin Talent Incentive Program (TIP) Grant?

  • Students applying for this scholarship grant must have been completed their FAFSA application.

  • Candidates must demonstrate financial need and must be approved by the Financial Aid Office or WEOP.

  • official transcript must be maintained along with the required SAT/ACT scores.

 

Wisconsin Talent Incentive Program (TIP) award amounts to

  • This scholarship program provides around $600 to $1,800 for initial awards, $250 minimum continuing award, maximum continuing award set annually by HEAB (may not exceed $1,800)

  • The awards are renewable for up to 3 additional years and number of awards offered by this scholarship varies depending on the availability of funds and student's eligibility.

 

Deadline information

The deadline has not yet been announced by the organization, students are informed to check the application and other related application on the official website of State of Wisconsin Higher Educational Aids Board.


Eligibility Criteria

  • Applicants must be attending at least part-time.

  • Applicants must be a first-time freshman.

  • Applicants must be attending a public or private Wisconsin college or university.

  • A student must meet one criterion from Group A based on financial need and one criterion from Group B based on nontraditional/ disadvantaged circumstances

  • The TIP grant can be renewed for up to ten semesters of enrollment and must be used within six years of enrollment at a public, private, or technical college or university in Wisconsin.

  • Funds are awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis