Wisconsin residents are invited to review the application of groups or organizations that wish to become an Authorized Special Group. If approved, WisDOT will issue special license plates to Wisconsin motorists that provide recognition to the group. The group may also choose to collect $25 annual donations upon the issuance of each plate and for each registration renewal.
The following group(s) have submitted an application with the information provided below, a development fee of $15,500, and the signatures of 500 Wisconsin residents who intend to purchase the special plate upon this group’s approval as an Authorized Special Group. For more information about this application process, please
visit special group license plates.
If you approve of this group or organization being authorized for a special license plate, no further action is required. If you wish to object to this group or organization becoming authorized for a special license plate, see “Submit an objection to a special plate request” below and complete the information requested. You must be a Wisconsin resident.
Any objections to a group’s application must be completed and submitted no later than the date given. If an objection is filed, DMV will forward the group’s request to the Transportation Committee for review in both houses of the Wisconsin State Legislature for consideration. The decision of the legislative review to approve or deny the application is final.
Groups under review at this time:
|Group name: Medical College of Wisconsin|
|Plates restricted to group members: No|
|Development fee & signatures received: Yes|
|Donation required: No|
|Donation recipients: None|
|Review available until: September 20, 2018|
|Purpose of group: A passion and dedication for new knowledge to a healthier world inspired the founding of the Medical College of Wisconsin 125 years ago. We are a distinguished leader and innovator in the education and development of the next generation of physicians, scientists, pharmacists and health professionals. We discover and translate new knowledge in the biomedical and health sciences. We provide cutting edge, collaborative patient care of the highest quality and we improve the health of the communities we serve.|