WEOP Information

The Wisconsin Educational Opportunity Programs Team:

  • Seeks out Wisconsin students with college potential and encourages them to go on to higher education
  • Provides students with educational counseling to raise their college and career aspirations and confidence to succeed
  • Provides follow-up services after college placement to enhance students chances for college adjustment
  • Encourages higher education institutions to provide for the unique needs of WEOP students
  • Provides bilingual counseling to students
  • Helps educationally and economically disadvantaged students continue their education

WEOP helps students and parents with:

  • Academic counseling
  • Financial aid information
  • Increasing early awareness of educational opportunities
  • Clarifying vocational and educational goals
  • Selecting an appropriate college or training program
  • Completing admission forms and arranging for college entrance tests
  • Applying for financial aid by explaining the process and helping fill out the financial aid form
  • Applying for pre-college programs
  • Providing scholarship information, college catalogs, brochures, admissions application, and financial aid forms

DPI-WEOP State Program Assistance:

DPI-WEOP Federal Program Assistance:

DPI-WEOP Student Application:

State Program Assistance:

  • Minnesota-Wisconsin Reciprocity Program
  • Wisconsin grant HEAB
  • Wisconsin Native American Assistance

WEOP has seven statewide offices: Ashland, Eau Claire, Green Bay, Madison, Milwaukee, Racine, Wausau