Approximate EFC - Expected Family Contribution (EFC) reflects the ability of you and your family to contribute to your cost of attendance. Your EFC can be found on your Student Aid Report (SAR).
Household Size - Enter the number of people in your parents’ household size, including:
  • Yourself
  • Your parents
  • Your parents’ other children if they will be providing more than 1/2 of their support
  • Other people who live with your parents and your parents provide them more than 1/2 of their support
Number of Family Members in College for 2012-2013 - Enter the number of people from your household size (above) who will attend college during the 2012-2013 school year, including yourself. Do not include your parents.
Parent 2011 Income Taxes Paid - Enter your parents’ federal income tax for 2011 located on IRS Form 1040 – line 55; 1040A – line 35; or 1040 EZ – line 11.
Parent Assets - Enter your parents’ current value of cash, savings, and checking accounts, investments, real estate (not the home in which your parents live), and any non-family businesses or investment farms with 100 or more employees.
Parent Income - Enter all your parents’ money received from salary, wages, tips, interest from savings and checking accounts, dividends and capital gains, and other benefits such as welfare, disability, child support, or social security pensions.
Parent Income was Earned by - Select which parent earned the parent income reported above.
Parent Marital Status - Select your parents' marital status as of today.
Parental Income - Enter your parents’ sources of income from salary, wages, tips, interest from savings and checking accounts, dividends and capital gains, and other benefits such as welfare, disability, child support, or social security pensions.
Residency Status - When you are admitted to the university, you are classified as either a resident of Wisconsin for tuition purposes or a nonresident, based on the provisions of Wisconsin Statutes 36.27(2) and the information you supplied with your application.

Additional information can be found online.
Student Assets - Enter your current value of cash, savings, and checking accounts, investments, real estate (not the home in which your parents live), and any non-family businesses or investment farms with 100 or more employees.
Student 2011 Income - Enter all your money received from salary, wages, tips, interest from savings and checking accounts, dividends and capital gains, and other benefits such as welfare, disability, child support, or social security pensions.
Student 2011 Income Taxes Paid - Enter your federal income tax for 2011 located on IRS Form 1040 – line 55; 1040A – line 35; or 1040 EZ – line 11.

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Milwaukee, WI 53201-0413
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Department of Financial Aid, Student Employment, and Military Education Benefits
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
2442 Kenwood Blvd., Mellencamp Hall. Room 162
Milwaukee, WI. 53201-0469