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Advanced Opportunity Program (AOP) Application

General Open Dates

March 17 - April 21

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Scholarships Descriptions
Advanced Opportunity Program support is intended to support the recruitment and retention of highly qualified underrepresented students in UW-Madison programs. Funds for this program come from the State of Wisconsin. The AOP is competitive and merit-based. AOP eligibility...
Advanced Opportunity Program support is intended to support the recruitment and retention of highly qualified underrepresented students in UW-Madison programs. Funds for this program come from the State of Wisconsin. The AOP is competitive and merit-based. AOP eligibility is not considered a guarantee of funding but leads to consideration. At a minimum, to be considered for AOP funding, students must be a full-time student at the School of Pharmacy and a United States citizens or permanent residents. (Students on probation cannot receive AOP funding.) Beyond merit, preference is given to Wisconsin residents.
1) Students from the following racial/ethnic groups: a) African American; b) American Indian or Alaskan Native; c) Hispanic/Latino; d) statutorily defined Southeast Asian; <br />OR 2) Students who participated in one of the following programs: Upward Bound, TRIO, Talent Search <br />OR 3) First-generation college students
Advanced Opportunity Program support is intended to support the recruitment and retention of highly qualified underrepresented students in UW-Madison programs. Funds for this program come from the State of Wisconsin. The AOP is competitive and merit-based. AOP eligibility...
Advanced Opportunity Program support is intended to support the recruitment and retention of highly qualified underrepresented students in UW-Madison programs. Funds for this program come from the State of Wisconsin. The AOP is competitive and merit-based. AOP eligibility is not considered a guarantee of funding but leads to consideration. At a minimum, to be considered for AOP funding, students must be a full-time student at the School of Pharmacy and a United States citizens or permanent residents. (Students on probation cannot receive AOP funding.)
1) Students from the following racial/ethnic groups: a) African American; b) American Indian or Alaskan Native; c) Hispanic/Latino; d) statutorily defined Southeast Asian; <br />OR 2) Students who participated in one of the following programs: Upward Bound, TRIO, Talent Search <br />OR 3) First-generation college students
Advanced Opportunity Program support is intended to support the recruitment and retention of highly qualified underrepresented students in UW-Madison programs. Funds for this program come from the State of Wisconsin. The AOP is competitive and merit-based. AOP eligibility...
Advanced Opportunity Program support is intended to support the recruitment and retention of highly qualified underrepresented students in UW-Madison programs. Funds for this program come from the State of Wisconsin. The AOP is competitive and merit-based. AOP eligibility is not considered a guarantee of funding but leads to consideration. At a minimum, to be considered for AOP funding, students must be a full-time student at the School of Pharmacy and a United States citizens or permanent residents. (Students on probation cannot receive AOP funding.)
1) Students from the following racial/ethnic groups: a) African American; b) American Indian or Alaskan Native; c) Hispanic/Latino; d) statutorily defined Southeast Asian; <br />OR 2) Students who participated in one of the following programs: Upward Bound, TRIO, Talent Search <br />OR 3) First-generation college students
Advanced Opportunity Program support is intended to support the recruitment and retention of highly qualified underrepresented students in UW-Madison programs. Funds for this program come from the State of Wisconsin. The AOP is competitive and merit-based. AOP eligibility...
Advanced Opportunity Program support is intended to support the recruitment and retention of highly qualified underrepresented students in UW-Madison programs. Funds for this program come from the State of Wisconsin. The AOP is competitive and merit-based. AOP eligibility is not considered a guarantee of funding but leads to consideration. At a minimum, to be considered for AOP funding, students must be a full-time student at the School of Pharmacy and a United States citizens or permanent residents. (Students on probation cannot receive AOP funding.)
1) Students from the following racial/ethnic groups: a) African American; b) American Indian or Alaskan Native; c) Hispanic/Latino; d) statutorily defined Southeast Asian; <br />OR 2) Students who participated in one of the following programs: Upward Bound, TRIO, Talent Search <br />OR 3) First-generation college students
Advanced Opportunity Program support is intended to support the recruitment and retention of highly qualified underrepresented students in UW-Madison programs. Funds for this program come from the State of Wisconsin. The AOP is competitive and merit-based. AOP eligibility...
Advanced Opportunity Program support is intended to support the recruitment and retention of highly qualified underrepresented students in UW-Madison programs. Funds for this program come from the State of Wisconsin. The AOP is competitive and merit-based. AOP eligibility is not considered a guarantee of funding but leads to consideration. At a minimum, to be considered for AOP funding, students must be a full-time student at the School of Pharmacy and a United States citizens or permanent residents. (Students on probation cannot receive AOP funding.)
1) Students from the following racial/ethnic groups: a) African American; b) American Indian or Alaskan Native; c) Hispanic/Latino; d) statutorily defined Southeast Asian; <br />OR 2) Students who participated in one of the following programs: Upward Bound, TRIO, Talent Search <br />OR 3) First-generation college students
Scholarships marked with FAFSA required prior to awarding decisions in the list above require a completed Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for awarding decisions. To learn more about applying for financial aid, please visit the Office of Student Financial Aid website.