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6917 W Brown Deer Road, Milwaukee, WI 53223

Wisconsin

Milwaukee

1907 S Park Street, Madison, WI 53713

Wisconsin

Madison

905 Henry Avenue No. B, Beloit, WI 53511

Wisconsin

Beloit

3720 Rib Mountain Drive, Wausau, WI 54401

Wisconsin

Wausau

1518 S 84th Street, Milwaukee, WI 53214

Wisconsin

Milwaukee

3720 Rib Mountain Drive, Wausau, WI 54401

Wisconsin

Wausau

8921 W Brown Deer Road, Milwaukee, WI 53224

Wisconsin

Milwaukee

530 W Sunset Drive No. D, Waukesha, WI 53189

Wisconsin

Waukesha

2408 Rose Street, La Crosse, WI 54603

Wisconsin

La Crosse

5801 S Packard Avenue, Cudahy, WI 53110

Wisconsin

Cudahy


Frequently asked questions about online loans for wisconsin

  • I graduated class of 2012. I just took the ACT this month for my first time and received a 31. I am currently attending the University of Phoenix online. My girlfriend is class of 2014 and is probably going to UW-Oshkosh in Wisconsin. I am maxed out on my student loans and didn't do any scholarships or receive any grants and my parents contribution is zero. What should I do? Is there any schools that will accept credits from the University of Phoenix? How do I go about getting scholarships based on my ACT? Everyone tells me that they received near full rides with a 31.
  • With regard to U of P, unfortunately, their course credits usually do *not* transfer to other schools, even though the for-profit school is regionally accredited as opposed to only nationally accredited. Other examples of for-profit schools include devry, ITT tech, Kaplan, argosy, strayer, Everest, capella, ashworth, colorado tech, keiser, Sanford brown, ashford, penn foster, excelsior, Stratford career, regis, grand canyon, heald, concorde career (and others). This consumer site has a lot of negative posts by former students of those for-profit schools (including from U of P), and please heed the students' warnings: http://www.complaintsboard.com and can search. Please instead consider the more affordable (and usually more reputable) community college and then look into transferring to a state/public university as long as the program is accredited within the industry. Just an fyi that "american public university" is a for-profit school. For U.S. colleges: http://www.utexas.edu/world/univ
  • while your ACT score is awesome.... it won't mean scholarships if you don't also have at least a 3.75 GPA (unweighted) to go with it saw lots of my son's friends with 32+ ACT scores... with GPA of 3.5... and got NOTHING those with GPA of 32 & GPA of 3.75 got Full Rides because you are not a senior in high school, there are many offers that you could have had (if you had the GPA & ACT score as a senior in high school) that you won't have now.. simply because you are no longer a high school senior what was your high school GPA? how are you doing in your UoP classes? you need to talk with all your local community colleges & universities to see if any of them will accept UoP credits --- to be honest, UoP was a very bad decision on your part and you need to apply for scholarships... your other problem is that most scholarships for 2013-2014 academic year had deadlines back in Feb & March
  • If you haven't been offered any you are going to have to apply for them. Find out which ones are available and apply for them..speak to a financial aid counselor at the universities of your choice and they can point you in the right direction for applying. Also go to your state website for financial aid and see what is available...you just have to research... Your ACT score is awesome...I sure wish you the best
  • university of phoenix is a fake school, real colleges do not recognize their class credits. there are no scholarships for ACT scores, anywhere. get a job, work your way through school.
  • I want to sell my car to a dealer. The lien holder is a family member. The car is worth 20k and I have 10k equity in it. When I sell the car the dealer will notify the family member who holds the lien and ask for a 15 day payoff. My question is this: what happens if the lien holder refuses to give that information out. Is there a Wisconsin law requiring lienholder's to give the payoff info? What if the family member simply does not comply or refuses? It will probably happen and if someone could give me a link to useful information or an idea as to what my rights are that would be greatly appreciated. I have not been able to find a answer to this question online.
  • You are confused. Equity is not the fact that you have paid 10k towards the car. Equity has to do with value vs. what is owed on a property(car). is that dealership willing to satisfy the loan and put you in another car too. That means borrowing 10k above the cost of your new car and rolling it into the new loan. Private loans can be difficult. As you don't have the title to the car you have no legal right to sell or trade it. Tread very careful.
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