August 21, 2012
A new update to the Wisconsin Scholars Longitudinal Study adds even more evidence to the already powerful case for prioritizing need-based aid: It shows that providing aid to students with demonstrated need increases the likelihood recipients will complete 12 or more credits in their second and third semesters, as well as the likelihood they will return for a second year.
June 1, 2012
This report cites findings from the Wisconsin Scholars Longitudinal Study.
April 13, 2012
This publication from the Upjohn Institute includes extensive discussion of findings from a study conducted by Beth Vaade, WISCAPE policy analyst, and Bo McCready, WISCAPE project assistant.
April 10, 2012
This Lumina Foundation newsletter cites findings from the Wisconsin Scholars Longitudinal Study.