Admission into the Program
The Wisconsin Covenant Program was created to inspire young people to plan early for a successful high school career that will lead to higher education. Students work toward acceptance as a college Scholar when they sign the Wisconsin Covenant Pledge in eighth grade. Students may not choose to sign the pledge later in their high school career. In the pledge, students promise to:
- Earn a high school diploma
- Maintain at least a "B" average in high school
- Complete the classes they need to prepare them for higher education
- Demonstrate good citizenship and participate in their community
- Apply for state and federal financial aid in a timely manner
- Take the necessary steps to gain admission to a University of Wisconsin System institution, a Wisconsin Technical College, and/or a Wisconsin Private College or University.
At the end of the student's high school career, the Wisconsin Covenant Program administrators will verify that these promises have been met. When high school students have met their obligations, they become confirmed as a Wisconsin Covenant Scholar at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point!
Wisconsin Covenant students in the class of 2012 must meet two deadlines in order to be considered for confirmation as a Wisconsin Covenant Scholar: fill out the financial aid form (FAFSA), whether or not you anticipate receiving aid, and submit the confirmation form which includes your record of service by MARCH 31, 2012 (FORMS RECIEVED AFTER THIS DATE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED).
Deadlines For Fall 2013