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Apply Now! Deadline: 4:00pm, Sunday, May 30th, 2017

NOTE: All incoming first year students accepted into the SEL program MUST complete the 2-week Summer Institute held (Aug. 6- 20, 2017) before New Student Days. 

Continuing Beloit College students accepted into SEL must attend the mandatory SELebration Orientation (Aug. 22- 25, 2017).

OADI provides academic, professional, and personal support and programming for eligible students to help them successfully navigate their first year of college and beyond. OADI programs take an equity asset-based approach, building on those things that made you stand out to Beloit when you were accepted, and help students use their assets to navigate college successfully.

Complete the application above to be considered for SEL and other OADI programs:

Student Excellence and Leadership (SEL) Program: 4-year Department of Education funded Student Support Services TRIO program. All incoming first year students accepted into SEL MUST complete the mandatory 2-week Summer Institute (Aug. 6- 20, 2017).

Continuing Beloit College students accepted into SEL must attend the mandatory SELebration Orientation (Aug. 22- 25, 2017).

     Eligibility: First-generation college, low-income, and/or students with a documented disability

WiscAMP: 4-Year federally funded program for students interested in science, technology, engineering, and/or math (STEM) majors/minors.

     Eligibility: Students who identify as African-American, Hispanic, Pacific Islander, Native American, or Alaskan Native who plan to major/minor in STEM fields

Equity Peer Mentors: Peer mentoring program that pairs underrepresented first year students with an upper class student mentor.

     Eligibility: First-generation college, low-income, students with a documented disability, domestic minority, undocumented, and/or identify as LGBTQ

First Year Exploratory Research Program: Preparation program for students who are interested in graduate school. This is a program that helps students apply to either the McNair Scholars Program or the Mellon Graduate School Exploratory Fellowship (GSEF) program in their second year.

     Eligibility: First-generation college, low-income, and/or domestic minority students interested in attending graduate school

You can apply for any of these programs using the OADI Common Application. Please submit your application by 4:00pm, May 30th, 2017. Questions or technical difficulties? Contact Marijuana Sawyer, Director of SEL.