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    Freeman Asian Scholars Program Addendum

    The Wesleyan Freeman Asian Scholarship Program provides expenses for a four-year course of study toward a bachelor’s degree for up to eleven exceptionally able Asian students annually from these countries and regions: the People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam.

    In addition to this Addendum, applicants who wish to be considered for the Freeman Asian Scholarship Program need to also submit:

    • The Common Application
    • (Only if applicable, see below) Certification of Finances Form

    The ONLY financial aid available to students who are citizens or permanent residents of countries included in the Freeman Asian Scholars Program (and not also a dual U.S. Citizen or U.S. Permanent Resident) is the Freeman Asian Scholarship.

    Please visit the Freeman Asian Scholars Program page on the Wesleyan site for more information.


    Please indicate which statement applies to you:
    If I am NOT selected for a Freeman Scholarship, I would still like to be considered for admission to Wesleyan University as a self-funding student (on the Common Application, I indicated that I do NOT require financial aid from Wesleyan).
    Note: If you checked "Yes", you will need to submit a $55 application fee. It is required in order to be considered for the Regular decision round, in addition to the Freeman Asian Scholarship round. You will also need to submit the Certification of Finances Form documenting that your family has at least $65,000 to fund the first year plus 5% more each subsequent year.

    If you checked "No", you do not need to submit the application fee because you are only applying for admission through the Freeman Asian Scholarship round.
    Please indicate which statement applies to you:
    Personal Information
    Academic Information
    Graduation Date (approximate)
    Do you have a military service obligation?
    Freeman Essay
    Wesleyan Interest