All AFROTC courses are open to all students regardless of membership in the program. Students are invited to take one of the program's courses to determine if AFROTC is right for them with no obligation to join. For more information, please contact the Recruiting Officer at 608-262-3440 or 608-265-4812; email@example.com.
Qualified students may compete for Army ROTC scholarships ranging from two to three years in duration. High school students can apply for a four year scholarship during their senior year of high school. Students must be enrolled and participating in Army ROTC to be eligible for scholarships. Scholarships are merit based and pay full tuition & fees (both in and out-of-state) or room and board (capped at $5,000/semester) but not both, $600/semester for textbooks and laboratory expenses, and a tax fee subsistence stipend of $420 for each month of the regular school year. Interested students should consult with the Scholarship & Enrollment Officer for more detailed information concerning the scholarship eligibility requirements. For additional information about Army ROTC, students may contact Josh Beyerl in the Department of Military Science, 1910 Linden Drive, 608-262-3411, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students enroll for courses, obtain information about deadlines, view their class schedule, and more in the Course Search & Enroll application on My UW. Information about key deadlines and course enrollment are also available at the Office of the Registrar website. Additional assistance with the course enrollment process is available by calling 608-262-3811 or emailing email@example.com.
For questions about tuition rates, student account activity and billing questions, contact the Bursar's Office.firstname.lastname@example.org (include student ID and name)608-262-3611333 East Campus Mall #10501Madison, WI 53715-1383
For more information and the full text of Wisconsin Statutes, Section 36.27(2), see the Office of the Registrar website or contact a residence specialist at 608-262-1355 or ResidenceForTuition@registrar.wisc.edu.
Nonresident students who plan to use federal veteran benefits such as the post-9/11 GI Bill may be eligible for resident tuition rates even though they are formally classified as nonresidents of Wisconsin. If you plan to use veteran benefits while enrolled at UW-Madison, you may wish to speak with University Veterans Services at 608-265-4628 or email@example.com for more information about how to use your military benefits at the University.
Students wishing to keep some or all of their "directory information" confidential should restrict their information in the Student Center in My UW. Students with questions about the provisions of the act or who believe the university is not complying with the act may obtain assistance from the Office of the Registrar:333 East Campus Mall #11101Madison, WI firstname.lastname@example.org
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