Alternatives for Individual Development (A.I.D.)
The Alternatives for Individual Development Program (A.I.D.) is an alternative admissions program at WSU that provides educational assistance to under-represented prospective students who demonstrate the desire to succeed in college, including those who are ALANA/BIPOC (African, Latine, Asian, Native American and/or Black, Indigenous, People of Color), low income, and/or would be the first in their families to attend college.
To be eligible, students must be incoming first-year students, meet the minimum admissions requirements, be a Massachusetts resident, and a U.S. Citizen and/or permanent resident. To apply, complete an undergraduate application and select "Yes" to the A.I.D. question on the application. Letters of recommendation from a school counselor and a high school teacher are required to complete the application.