School of Veterinary Medicine - Advanced Opportunity Fellowship Application

The Advanced Opportunity Fellowships (AOF) are funded by the State of Wisconsin to assist disadvantaged and/or minority students who are enrolled full-time in the professional program.
Awards must be given to U.S. citizens or permanent residents.

Awards should be given to qualified resident minority and other eligible resident disadvantaged non-minority students before making awards to eligible non-resident students.

Students may qualify as disadvantaged and may be eligible for fellowship money if they meet any one or more of the following criteria:

  • Students from the following racial/ethnic groups: a) African American or Black; b) American Indian or Alaskan Native; c) Hispanic/Latino; d) Cambodian, Vietnamese, Laotian, or Hmong; e) Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander; f) Asian
  • Family received some form of public assistance, including eligibility (not necessarily acceptance) for the school lunch program; this demonstrates long standing and extreme financial need (from childhood to the present)
  • First-generation college students who have participated in special services for disadvantaged students, such as Upward Bound, Trio, Talent Search, Educational Opportunity Centers, Student Support Services, or PEOPLE Program graduate

Award
$0.00
Deadline
06/06/2019
Supplemental Questions
  1. Applicant Information
    • 1. Ethnic Background
    • 2. a) Country of birth:
    • 2. b) Current Country of Citizenship:
    • 2. c) Permanent USA Resident:
    • 2. d) Visa Type
    • 2. e) Previous Country of Citizenship
    • 3. a) Country of Residence:
    • 3. b) State of Residence
  2. Parents/Family Information
    • 1. Last year claimed as dependent by parents:
    • 2. a) Parents will support in 2019-2020:
    • 2. b) Approximate Contribution:
    • 2. c) How the money is to be appropriated:
    • 3. a) Parent #1 Name:
    • 3. b) Highest Education level for Parent #1:
    • 3. c) Highest Degree for Parent #1:
    • 3. d) Occupation of Parent #1:
    • 4. a) Parent #2 Name:
    • 4. b) Highest Education level for Parent #2:
    • 4. c) Highest Degree for Parent #2:
    • 4. d) Occupation of Parent #2:
    • 5. a) Number of dependents:
    • 5. b) Names, ages, and schools of all dependents:
    • 6. a) Family received public assistance:
    • 6. b) Assistance programs received and lengths of assistance:
    • 7. a. Participated in special services for disadvantaged student programs:
    • 7. b) Please tell us the names of any programs you were a part of and the lengths of time involved in each program:
  3. Special Circumstances:
    • 1. Circumstances that should be taken into account such as long-term social/financial disadvantage, first-generation college student status, medical and/or family difficulties, and other hardships.
    • 2. Discuss how being disadvantaged and/or a minority student with financial need has influenced your educational path.
    • 3. Total cumulative educational debt: