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  • Forms and Surveys

    The registration date for our spring college visits has passed and we are no longer adding to the list.  If you are a registered student for Madison or Baraboo on Friday, April 17 - you can get your itinerary here
    Evaluate the fall semester

    All current participants are required to evaluate the experience for the fall 2014 semester.  We use this information when planning events in the future, hiring staff, and considering programming changes.

    RSVP for Spring Saturday events

    May "End of the Year Celebration and Awards" Potluck - Friday, May 8th 6-8pm


    9th, 10th and 11th graders must complete both a paper application and the online survey linked below

    Complete your summer application survey

    A new component for the Summer 2015 participant application is an online survey much like what you will experience when you are preparing to attend college.  This survey will help us match you with the best possible roommate, prepare for any allergies or medical conditions, and hire the best staff possible.  Complete your survey today!


    Orientation Forms and Surveys

    New students, during their 60 day probationary period are required to complete the following surveys and forms.  

    1. Needs Assessment - print off this form and circulate it to your teachers.  When completed, submit the form to your tutoring supervisor.
    2. LASSI Survey - this is an assessment of how you study, and helps us understand what help you may need from Upward Bound.
    3. COPS Survey - this is an interest inventory to help direct your career choices.  We will use this information to help plan Career Day, college visits, and summer sessions.
    4. Participation Agreement- it is important that everyone understands what is expected by being a part of Upward Bound.  Print, sign and submit this form to your tutoring supervisor.
    5. Self Esteem Inventory - completed once per year by all UB participants, this surveys uses statements, to which you decide are "like you" or "not like you".