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Enrollment Confirmation Form Congratulations on being admitted to The University of Virginia’s College at Wise. UVa-Wise requires completion of the Enrollment Confirmation form and the submission of a nonrefundable $75.00 enrollment deposit to reserve your place in the entering freshmen or transfer classes. The enrollment deposit is not a separate or additional fee; it will be deducted from your first tuition bill. The enrollment deposit may not be transferred to another semester or student. The following forms of payment are accepted: ? Check or money order made payable to UVa-Wise ? Credit/debit card payment using the enclosed credit card voucher and returning by fax or mail only. (Emails containing credit card information will not be accepted.) ? Online at www.uvawise.edu/admissions/deposit The deposit due dates are as follows: Freshmen Class Deposit Dates: Early Admission I: Admitted by: December 1 Deposit due: February 15 Benefits include: priority orientation and registration, priority financial aid and scholarship consideration, priority housing consideration (based on receipt date of housing application), and eligibility to apply to Peake Honors Program (additional information will be sent). Early Admission II: Admitted by: February 1 Deposit due: March 15 Benefits include: priority orientation and registration, priority financial aid and scholarship consideration, and priority housing consideration (based on receipt date of housing application). Admission III: Admitted after February 1 Deposit Due: May 1 (if admitted after May 1, the deposit is due two weeks after notification of acceptance to UVaWise.) Benefits include: priority orientation and registration, priority financial aid consideration through April 1, and priority housing consideration (based on receipt date of housing application). Transfer Class Deposit Dates: All transfer students are required to submit the Enrollment Confirmation form and enrollment deposit two weeks after notification of acceptance to UVa-Wise. Student Information: Date:________________________ Name:____________________________________ SSN (last four digits):XXX-XX-__________ High School/Community College currently attending:______________________________ _______ Yes, I plan to attend UVa-Wise and my enrollment deposit is enclosed. (Please include student’s name and social security number on your check or money order.) _______ Yes, I plan to attend UVa-Wise and have paid my enrollment deposit online. (Please return this form by mail or fax if payment is made online.) _______ Yes, I plan to attend UVa-Wise and due to financial hardship am requesting that I be given a deferral to the enrollment deposit requirement. (On a separate sheet, please describe any extenuating circumstances and attach to this form) _______No, I plan to attend ______________________________. (Please return the Enrollment Confirmation form only) (Name of College or University) Student Signature:______________________________________ Date:____________ Please return to: Office of Admissions UVa-Wise 1 College Avenue Wise, VA 24293 Fax: 276-328-0251

Congratulations, and welcome to the University of Chicago and to the Odyssey Scholars community! As an Odyssey Scholar, you are one of a select number of students nationwide whose application reflected incredible academic potential, personal strength, and a drive for success in and outside of the classroom. The Odyssey Scholars’ community exemplifies the diversity of backgrounds, perspectives, and achievements that defines UChicago students. Scholars benefit from a plethora of opportunities and support provided by the College as they navigate their college journeys together. Odyssey Scholarships were first made possible by the generosity of an anonymous UChicago alumnus who strongly believed that students of all socioeconomic, racial, ethnic, and national backgrounds benefit from and contribute to UChicago’s student community. This gift, along with other generous contributions from alumni and friends of the University of Chicago, funds the Odyssey Scholarship program and related support for Odyssey Scholars. As an Odyssey Scholarship recipient, you have an opportunity to earn a funded internship or research experience starting in the summer after your first year. All scholarship recipients who participate in four meetings with their career adviser and complete a special series of professional development programs for first-year Odyssey Scholars will receive a funded internship or research opportunity after their first year. Odyssey Scholars will have the opportunity to network and learn from a community of peers and foster relationships with students and alumni through various programs in the College. As part of the Odyssey Scholarship program, you will be a member of a dynamic community that empowers the individual while strengthening the whole. Whether you’re studying abroad alongside fellow Scholars in Paris, Beijing, or Barcelona; meeting up at a reception to honor Metcalf interns; or considering your next steps after graduation, your fellow Odyssey Scholars will be with you every step of the way during your undergraduate experience. Your personal excellence, intellectual curiosity, and professional passions make you an invaluable asset to the University, and we hope your time here will allow you to fully share your gifts with the world. We look forward to seeing you on campus. University of Chicago President Robert Zimmer notes that the Odyssey Scholarship program “…ensures that the most talented students, no matter their economic circumstances, will have the opportunity to benefit from the uniquely powerful and rigorous Chicago education…providing access to the College for these students comports with our highest values, is central to our mission, and has the potential to greatly enrich the life opportunities for our students and their families for generations to come.” If you have any questions about your participation in the Odyssey Scholars program, please contact College Aid at (773) 702-8666. BENEFITS Financial Life Skills Financial literacy seminars for Odyssey Scholars will assist students in learning the basics of budgeting a student income, managing personal expenses, and understanding student loans, credit cards, and other consumer debt. Funding for Study Abroad Odyssey Scholars are strongly encouraged to take advantage of the wide range of study abroad offerings in the College. Scholars will receive funding for program fees and housing costs associated with study abroad. Additionally, scholarships available through the College can be used to assist with additional costs related to study abroad, such as airfare to your program site and meals. Assistance with Health Insurance Costs Students are required to have health insurance while attending the College. You must purchase the University of Chicago insurance plan unless you are covered under another plan (e.g. a parent’s health insurance plan). As an Odyssey Scholar, the cost of the University health insurance plan is paid for you by Odyssey Scholarship funds if you do not have other coverage. THE ODYSSEY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM The Odyssey Scholarship Program was created in 2008 as a pioneering effort to reduce or eliminate loans for students from families with modest incomes through support from an anonymous College alumnus. In 2014, the University of Chicago announced the No Barriers initiative, which further bolsters support for students who are part of the Odyssey Scholarship community. All Grant Financial Aid Award Odyssey Scholars are not expected to borrow student loans as part of their financial aid package. Federal student loans have been replaced with University grant funding which does not need to be repaid. Please note that you may be eligible to borrow Federal Student Loans, but will not be expected to borrow to pay for your education. Contact College Aid if you have questions concerning loans or your award. Odyssey Internship Program The University of Chicago is committed to providing you with an education that enhances your personal and professional development. To that end, Odyssey Scholars have the opportunity to receive a funded summer internship or research opportunity after their first year in the College. To qualify for the opportunity, you will need to participate in Career Advancement programs and meetings with your career adviser. You will meet with your adviser throughout the year to discuss your academic and career interests to ensure that you’re in a strong position to find an internship that fits your interests and goals. Networking Through programs and events offered by Career Advancement and the Center for College Student Success, students enjoy opportunities to meet with other current Odyssey Scholars as well as alumni who benefited from and support the Odyssey Scholarship program. Success at the College should not depend on where a student comes from or on family income, but on the quality of her or his ideas, and on a disciplined and imaginative dedication to learning.” —John W. Boyer, Dean of the College

Dear Prospective Volunteer, Vaughan Animal Services would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your interest in our volunteer program. Please note we currently have three volunteer programs to choose from; Our Junior Volunteer Program (JVP) for individuals interested in assisting around the shelter that are between the ages of 16 and 17. Our JVP members will assist with Cat socializing but, unfortunately this program does not allow our youth to work with the dogs. JV s will be helpful with socializing the shelters adoptable cats. This program allows our youth s to get involved at an early stage in life. Some may be interested in working in the animal welfare field and are looking to gain experience. Volunteers must commit to a scheduled 1 hour shift, once a week. Our Adult Volunteer Program (AVP) is for individuals interested in assisting at the shelter that are 18 years of age or older. These volunteers will have direct contact with the cats or the dogs based on the applicants interest. AV s will socialize adoptable cats and walk adoptable dogs. Some may be interested in getting a feel for the animal welfare field, applying to graduate schools involving animal related studies or simply looking to full-fill some spare time by helping the animals. Our AVP does not allow volunteers to clean cages in the shelter. Volunteers must commit to a scheduled 1 hour shift, once a week Please take a moment to fill out the attached application form and deliver it to the shelter. Again, we would like to thank you in advance for your interest. You will be contacted by the program coordinator to arrange an interview. Acceptance in any volunteer program will be determined after the interview and orientation session(s) associated with each individual program interest. Please note that all volunteer applications take a minimum of 4-6 weeks to be processed. We appreciate your interest and patience during this time. We do process our applications on a first come, first serve basis. Thank You, Vaughan Animal Services 70 Tigi Court Vaughan, ON L4K 5E4 Phone: (905)

Dear Prospective Participant:
Thank you for your interest in participating in the Wake County Human Services/NC State Cooperative Extension Peer
Youth Education Volunteer Program (PYE-VP). The PYE-VP was created in 2012 as an initiative of the Wake County 4-H
Youth Development Public Health Team and the WCHS HIV/STD Community Program.
The primary objective of this program is to reduce the rate of teen pregnancy, HIV/AID’s, and Sexually Transmitted
Infections (STIs) among Wake County youth. We plan to achieve this by educating and training high school students,
through an experiential learning approach, about various sexual/reproductive health topics. Additionally, participants
will learn best practices related to Peer Youth Education in order for them to educate other teens about the
consequences of sex.
As part of the PYE-VP, participants will take part in several trainings in which they will:
? Learn about teen pregnancy, HIV/STIs;
? Learn about effective ways to prevent teen pregnancy, HIV/ STIs such as abstinence and condom use.
? Build skills in decision making, communication, assertive refusal, advocacy and assessing resources.
? Be empowered to resist pressures, clarify personal values, communicate and negotiate around risk behaviors,
and learn to use a condom correctly.
? Make use of naturally occurring “friendship groups” to strengthen peer support of alternatives to risky behaviors
and educate other teens about the consequences of sex.
? Strengthen parental/guardian involvement and family support for avoiding risky behaviors through
parent/guardian participation.
Additionally, participants will have further professional growth and development opportunities.
Parents/guardians play a major role in the success of our participants in this program. All parents are asked to provide
support to their young people in keeping their commitment to the program. PYES will participate in a panel interview to
join the program, attend group meetings, and complete all tasks assigned. In addition, all parents will be asked to sign a
Parental Consent Form.
Program participants have expressed how excited they are to learn about teen pregnancy and HIV/STI’s prevention, how
rewarding it is to make an impact on their peers, and how much they enjoy being part of a supportive group of young
people working towards a common goal to improve their community. We are always excited about adding new
members to our team!
If you are interested in participating, attached you will find a more detailed overview of the program, information about
the commitment necessary to participate, information about the benefits of being involved, an application, and
contracts. Please share the information with your parent/guardian and submit all paperwork including resume and
application to us by mail, email or fax. Please feel free to contact us at any time with questions or thoughts about the
program.
Thank you for your interest,
Mr. Daniel Bulatek, CSAPC
Mrs. Carmen L. Frazier, MPH
Peer Education Program Coordinators

Enrollment Confirmation Form Congratulations on being admitted to The University of Virginia’s College at Wise. UVa-Wise requires completion of the Enrollment Confirmation form and the submission of a nonrefundable $75.00 enrollment deposit to reserve your place in the entering freshmen or transfer classes. The enrollment deposit is not a separate or additional fee; it will be deducted from your first tuition bill. The enrollment deposit may not be transferred to another semester or student. The following forms of payment are accepted: ? Check or money order made payable to UVa-Wise ? Credit/debit card payment using the enclosed credit card voucher and returning by fax or mail only. (Emails containing credit card information will not be accepted.) ? Online at www.uvawise.edu/admissions/deposit The deposit due dates are as follows: Freshmen Class Deposit Dates: Early Admission I: Admitted by: December 1 Deposit due: February 15 Benefits include: priority orientation and registration, priority financial aid and scholarship consideration, priority housing consideration (based on receipt date of housing application), and eligibility to apply to Peake Honors Program (additional information will be sent). Early Admission II: Admitted by: February 1 Deposit due: March 15 Benefits include: priority orientation and registration, priority financial aid and scholarship consideration, and priority housing consideration (based on receipt date of housing application). Admission III: Admitted after February 1 Deposit Due: May 1 (if admitted after May 1, the deposit is due two weeks after notification of acceptance to UVaWise.) Benefits include: priority orientation and registration, priority financial aid consideration through April 1, and priority housing consideration (based on receipt date of housing application). Transfer Class Deposit Dates: All transfer students are required to submit the Enrollment Confirmation form and enrollment deposit two weeks after notification of acceptance to UVa-Wise. Student Information: Date:________________________ Name:____________________________________ SSN (last four digits):XXX-XX-__________ High School/Community College currently attending:______________________________ _______ Yes, I plan to attend UVa-Wise and my enrollment deposit is enclosed. (Please include student’s name and social security number on your check or money order.) _______ Yes, I plan to attend UVa-Wise and have paid my enrollment deposit online. (Please return this form by mail or fax if payment is made online.) _______ Yes, I plan to attend UVa-Wise and due to financial hardship am requesting that I be given a deferral to the enrollment deposit requirement. (On a separate sheet, please describe any extenuating circumstances and attach to this form) _______No, I plan to attend ______________________________. (Please return the Enrollment Confirmation form only) (Name of College or University) Student Signature:______________________________________ Date:____________ Please return to: Office of Admissions UVa-Wise 1 College Avenue Wise, VA 24293 Fax: 276-328-0251

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