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2024 Best Colleges for Low-Income Students in the Milwaukee Area

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  1. Gateway Technical College

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    2 Year,

    KENOSHA, WI,

    329 Niche users give it an average review of 3.9 stars.

    Featured Review: Alum says I graduated from GTC in 2010 with my associate's degree. The advisors when going in to finish my pre-reqs did not properly put me in appropriate classes based on my ACT scores so I had to test out....

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    Overall Niche Grade: B+,

    Acceptance Rate: 100%,

    Net Price: $7,378,

  2. Milwaukee Area Technical College

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    2 Year,

    MILWAUKEE, WI,

    642 Niche users give it an average review of 3.7 stars.

    Featured Review: Junior says I have a few credits to finish up for my associate degree. So far my experiences have been very positive. The Registered Nurse Program at MATC has been what I expected. I’m sure that the networking...When I started back at MATC, it was difficult because I’d been out of school for something like 13 years. I didn’t know exactly what to expect or how I would adapt to classes again. I can’t think of...The only change I would make to the MATC program would be scheduling, There were plenty of courses that I wanted to take in class rather than online but the scheduling wasn’t available. I assume this....

    Read 642 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: B,

    Acceptance Rate: 100%,

    Net Price: $8,369,

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  4. #6 Best Colleges in Milwaukee Area.

    University of Wisconsin-Parkside

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    4 Year,

    KENOSHA, WI,

    548 Niche users give it an average review of 3.6 stars.

    Featured Review: Senior says As a commuter biomed student who never really got into the social scene at parkside, I can’t complain much. I started online which wasn’t bad overall. My first year psych teacher was subpar and I had...As for the food, it’s okay. I usually stay on campus for 8 hours on my busy days. I’m gluten sensitive and they have a few options I can have a day as well as a Starbucks. The dinners are good.There are a decent number of clubs but I could rarely find one that interested me and worked with my schedule. It’s a safe and affordable option..

    Read 548 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: B,

    Acceptance Rate: 75%,

    Net Price: $10,531,

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