Wisconsin High School Students
The confirmation process for 2013 high school seniors is now closed.
The Confirmation process for 2014 high school seniors will begin January, 2014.
"To be recognized as a Wisconsin Covenant Scholar when you graduate and to receive all the benefits, including the Wisconsin Covenant Scholars Grant, you will need to confirm that you have completed what you set out to do when you signed the pledge. This confirmation process asks 2012/13 seniors to fill out a confirmation form, which includes GPA information, record of volunteer service, and FAFSA completion. The confirmation form will be mailed directly to seniors in December 2011, and they may begin filling out the form in January, 2013."
For more information, please visit http://wisconsincovenant.wi.gov/
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2) "Like" us on Facebook to learn what's happening on our campus and other UW campuses during the academic year.
- UW-La Crosse Wisconsin Covenant
- Wisconsin Covenant-UW System Colleges and Universities
(who signed the WC pledge)
1) Work hard all year! Maintain at least a "B" average by resisting "senioritis" and remembering that the harder you
work this year, the more prepared you will be for college courses next year.
2) Continue volunteering! Keep track of your service hours on the Record of Service Form and turn it in with your
confirmation forms in Spring 2013.
3) Make sure you complete all of the confirmation forms for the Office of the Wisconsin Covenant by the deadline
in order to become a confirmed Wisconsin Covenant Scholar!
4) Remember to apply, in a timely manner, to all of the colleges you are interested in attending.
- In order to receive the Wisconsin Covenant financial aid package, you must gain admission to a University of
Wisconsin System institution, a Wisconsin Technical College, and/or a Wisconsin private college or university.
- To learn more about UW-La Crosse or to apply online, visit the UW-L Admissions website!
5) Complete the FAFSA.
6) Get helpful information about what to do this year to prepare for college at KnowHow2GoWisconsin.org - for Seniors.
Juniors (who signed the WC pledge)
1) Take courses that will help prepare you for college! Ask if your high school has college prep courses such as honors,
Advance Placement, or International Baccalaureate courses.
2) Maintain at least a "B" average.
3) Continue volunteering! Keep track of your service hours on the Record of Service Form.
4) Get helpful information about what to do this year to prepare for college at: KnowHow2GoWisconsin.org -
for Freshmen / for Sophomores / for Juniors.