SASLI will be offered remotely for the Summer 2021 program. We will be suspending the Distance learning application until the 2022 program, where we plan to be back in-person.
All applicants for distance learning must also complete the SASLI general application by the distance learning application deadline in order to be considered.
There may be limited opportunity for distance learning for those with extenuating circumstances that prevent in-person attendance at SASLI. Students must be available for all hours of classroom instruction (8:30am-1pm Central Time) Monday through Friday for the duration of the summer program and will need to meet all computer system and equipment requirements.
Before applying, please read the Guidelines for Distance Learning at SASLI.
Please note that the application cannot be saved and returned to. You will be required to upload:
- a statement of purpose, one page maximum, that addresses the medical, personal, family, professional, or other reasons why you are unable to travel to Madison for classes this summer and how you will ensure that you will be available at the given class times (8:30am-1pm Central Time, Monday-Friday) and be able to make time for sufficient homework/review (4-5 hours daily).
- a copy of your SASLI general application statement of purpose. We require this statement for both applications because the review processes are different.
Only PDF documents are allowed. Please have these statements ready to upload when beginning your application.