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Application For Baccalaureate Nurse Scholarships

General Open Dates

January 15 - May 31

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Scholarships Descriptions
This scholarship was established by A. Paschleen Coonradt to provide support for undergraduate nursing students.
This scholarship was established by A. Paschleen Coonradt to provide support for undergraduate nursing students.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
This fund was established with a bequest from Paul William Gauger to honor his sister Alice, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing. She was a veteran of the Second World War, serving in the Army Nurse...
This fund was established with a bequest from Paul William Gauger to honor his sister Alice, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing. She was a veteran of the Second World War, serving in the Army Nurse Corps. Ms. Gauger was a staff nurse at University Hospital for many years.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
The Barbara J. Watts Scholarship was created through an endowed fund by Mr. and Mrs. Marvin (Barbara) Watts to improve the educational opportunities available to UW students wishing to pursue nursing as a career. Barbara J. Watts is a...
The Barbara J. Watts Scholarship was created through an endowed fund by Mr. and Mrs. Marvin (Barbara) Watts to improve the educational opportunities available to UW students wishing to pursue nursing as a career. Barbara J. Watts is a retired nurse who earned her degree elsewhere but has made UW-Madison her alma mater; her husband Marvin is a graduate of the UW-Madison College of Engineering.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
The Beth Weber Pawlak Scholarship was established by the family, relatives and friends of Beth Weber Pawlak, a 1975 graduate of the School of Nursing. Beth, who died in a plane crash in 1979, was among one of the...
The Beth Weber Pawlak Scholarship was established by the family, relatives and friends of Beth Weber Pawlak, a 1975 graduate of the School of Nursing. Beth, who died in a plane crash in 1979, was among one of the first students to complete the primary health care sequence of courses. On graduation she received a citation for distinctive scholastic achievement.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
This scholarship was established by Carl and Val Dutton to provide support for nursing students. Carl was a geologist and Val a registered nurse.
This scholarship was established by Carl and Val Dutton to provide support for nursing students. Carl was a geologist and Val a registered nurse.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
This scholarship was established to provide financial support to nursing students from Green County, WI.
This scholarship was established to provide financial support to nursing students from Green County, WI.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing who are from Green County, WI
This scholarship is awarded to students entering the nursing major, with a preference for residents of either Oneida or Iron County, WI.
This scholarship is awarded to students entering the nursing major, with a preference for residents of either Oneida or Iron County, WI.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing; preference for residents of either Oneida or Iron County, WI
Ms. Charline Z. Larson established this scholarship to provide support to nursing students. She was a 1935 graduate of the School of Nursing and had a long career in health care. In her later years she worked as a...
Ms. Charline Z. Larson established this scholarship to provide support to nursing students. She was a 1935 graduate of the School of Nursing and had a long career in health care. In her later years she worked as a volunteer at University Hospital and Clinics.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
To celebrate their fortieth anniversary, members of the Class of 1947 contributed funds to establish an undergraduate award for excellence.The fund is to be given to a senior nursing student upon graduation as an award to honor nursing excellence. The...
To celebrate their fortieth anniversary, members of the Class of 1947 contributed funds to establish an undergraduate award for excellence.The fund is to be given to a senior nursing student upon graduation as an award to honor nursing excellence. The class has continued to make contributions to the fund over the years to this scholarship to financially support students selected for their scholastic achievement.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
This scholarship was created by gifts from members of the School of Nursing Class of 1951. It was started with gifts in memory of classmates who died and was added to over the years by the class--including gifts to celebrate...
This scholarship was created by gifts from members of the School of Nursing Class of 1951. It was started with gifts in memory of classmates who died and was added to over the years by the class--including gifts to celebrate its 50th reunion.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
Leta Williams was a graduate of the Methodist Kahler School of Nursing in Rochester, Minnesota in 1925. She married Dr. David Williams, a graduate of the UW-Madison School of Medicine in 1930. She was a past president of the Dane...
Leta Williams was a graduate of the Methodist Kahler School of Nursing in Rochester, Minnesota in 1925. She married Dr. David Williams, a graduate of the UW-Madison School of Medicine in 1930. She was a past president of the Dane County Medical Auxiliary and a past secretary of the State Medical Auxiliary. Dr. Williams preceded his wife in death in 1981 and Leta Williams died in 1999 at the age of 95 at the Meriter Health Care Center.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
This scholarship was established by the family of Dean H. Wessels and is awarded to a student who is interested in the care of cancer patients.
This scholarship was established by the family of Dean H. Wessels and is awarded to a student who is interested in the care of cancer patients.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing who have an interest in oncology nursing
The School of Nursing Dean's Scholarship is awarded to minority students entering or enrolled in the nursing major.
The School of Nursing Dean's Scholarship is awarded to minority students entering or enrolled in the nursing major.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
This scholarship was established in 2012 by the Dean Clinic and St. Mary's Hospital. The purpose of this scholarship is to support undergraduate students in the School of Nursing who have a demonstrated financial need. The intent of the Great...
This scholarship was established in 2012 by the Dean Clinic and St. Mary's Hospital. The purpose of this scholarship is to support undergraduate students in the School of Nursing who have a demonstrated financial need. The intent of the Great People Scholarship is to make a meaningful financial contribution toward the costs of deserving students who would not otherwise be able to attend the University of Wisconsin - Madison.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarship support to undergraduate students in the School of Nursing who have a demonstrated financial need.
The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarship support to undergraduate students in the School of Nursing who have a demonstrated financial need.
Michael and Angela Madalon established the Dolores Stickel and Helen Madalon Great People Nursing Scholarship in honor of their mothers to assist students enrolled in the School of Nursing whose personal and family resources are not adequate to cover the...
Michael and Angela Madalon established the Dolores Stickel and Helen Madalon Great People Nursing Scholarship in honor of their mothers to assist students enrolled in the School of Nursing whose personal and family resources are not adequate to cover the costs involved with attending UW-Madison. The fund's annual distributable amounts shall be used to provide scholarship support to undergraduate students enrolled in the School of Nursing who have financial need.
This scholarship was established by friends and relatives of Elizabeth Andrew who was a Madison West High School student at the time of her death in 1961, and a patient at University Hospital. The scholarship provides support to undergraduate...
This scholarship was established by friends and relatives of Elizabeth Andrew who was a Madison West High School student at the time of her death in 1961, and a patient at University Hospital. The scholarship provides support to undergraduate nursing students.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
The Elizabeth and Elaine Terry and Lorraine Schuette Nursing Scholarship Fund was established by Michael and Angela Madalon to provide scholarship support to students enrolled at the UW-Madison School of Nursing. This fund was created in memory of cousins...
The Elizabeth and Elaine Terry and Lorraine Schuette Nursing Scholarship Fund was established by Michael and Angela Madalon to provide scholarship support to students enrolled at the UW-Madison School of Nursing. This fund was created in memory of cousins Elizabeth and Elaine Terry and family friend Lorraine Schuette, all of whom were nurses. Students eligible for the scholarship must be from Baraboo or Sauk County and preferably have financial need.
This scholarship was established by Mr. Thomas J. Walton in memory of his wife, Ellen, who passed away from ovarian cancer. Preference is given to students interested in pursuing a career in obstetric gynecological oncology nursing
This scholarship was established by Mr. Thomas J. Walton in memory of his wife, Ellen, who passed away from ovarian cancer. Preference is given to students interested in pursuing a career in obstetric gynecological oncology nursing
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing; preference is given to students interested in pursuing a career in obstetric gynecological oncology nursing
The Elsa Esser Crummy Scholarship was established by Dr. Andrew Crummy in memory of his wife Elsa Esser Crummy, a 1957 graduate of the UW-Madison School of Nursing Program. The purpose of this endowed fund is to provide scholarship support...
The Elsa Esser Crummy Scholarship was established by Dr. Andrew Crummy in memory of his wife Elsa Esser Crummy, a 1957 graduate of the UW-Madison School of Nursing Program. The purpose of this endowed fund is to provide scholarship support to undergraduate students enrolled in the School of Nursing program. Preference will also be given to students with demonstrated academic achievement and an interest in public health.
This scholarship was established from the Ethel K. Allen Charitable Remainder Trust and the Ethel K. Allen Trust, memorializing her husband, Oscar N. Allen and herself. Scholarships are awarded to registered nurses who are matriculating for a baccalaureate degree...
This scholarship was established from the Ethel K. Allen Charitable Remainder Trust and the Ethel K. Allen Trust, memorializing her husband, Oscar N. Allen and herself. Scholarships are awarded to registered nurses who are matriculating for a baccalaureate degree in nursing at UW-Madison.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing RN baccalaureate completion degree program
This scholarship was established by Ethel Odegard, who earned a BS from the UW-Madison School of Nursing in 1919. Ms. Odegard had a distinguished career in Nursing and Nursing education. Originally from Wisconsin, Miss Odegard was for many years the...
This scholarship was established by Ethel Odegard, who earned a BS from the UW-Madison School of Nursing in 1919. Ms. Odegard had a distinguished career in Nursing and Nursing education. Originally from Wisconsin, Miss Odegard was for many years the executive secretary of the Nurses┐ Examining Board of the District of Columbia.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
The Florence A. and Albert E. Koch Scholarship was established with a bequest from the estate of Albert E. Koch of Lone Rock, Wisconsin. Mr. Koch was a graduate of the UW-Madison Law School class of 1942. His wife, Florence,...
The Florence A. and Albert E. Koch Scholarship was established with a bequest from the estate of Albert E. Koch of Lone Rock, Wisconsin. Mr. Koch was a graduate of the UW-Madison Law School class of 1942. His wife, Florence, obtained a Master's Degree in Social Work in 1953 and was a social worker administrator for almost 40 years. This scholarship was established to provide support for nursing students.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
Dr. Henry Nettesheim is an alumnus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he received a BS degree in electrical engineering in 1946. The scholarship was created in memory of his friend Frances, a 1945 graduate of the University...
Dr. Henry Nettesheim is an alumnus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he received a BS degree in electrical engineering in 1946. The scholarship was created in memory of his friend Frances, a 1945 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
This scholarship supports a graduate student in the UW - Madison School of Nursing demonstrating a financial need and specializing in either heart disease/cardiology or diabetes. Roger Dunekacke established this scholarship in memory of his wife's parents.
This scholarship supports a graduate student in the UW - Madison School of Nursing demonstrating a financial need and specializing in either heart disease/cardiology or diabetes. Roger Dunekacke established this scholarship in memory of his wife's parents.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
The Friends of UWHC have been strong supporters of patient education and family education. These areas are also integral to graduate training in nursing education.
The Friends of UWHC have been strong supporters of patient education and family education. These areas are also integral to graduate training in nursing education.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
Established by Mr. Gerald Manville, this scholarship provides support to a Wisconsin resident in the UW-Madison School of Nursing. Preference will be given to students with a full or part-time job and who are not receiving other scholarship support. Mr....
Established by Mr. Gerald Manville, this scholarship provides support to a Wisconsin resident in the UW-Madison School of Nursing. Preference will be given to students with a full or part-time job and who are not receiving other scholarship support. Mr. Manville has a sincere appreciation for the health care professionals involved with life and death issues. He has watched family members suffer from Alzheimer's and heart disease. He is a successful banker whose perseverance, belief in his dream, and hard work paid off when he established a new bank in Buffalo, Minnesota. Providing this scholarship gives him an opportunity to give back to those who dedicate themselves to the care of others.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
The Herman and Gwen Shapiro Foundation established this scholarship to provide support to nursing students from a Wisconsin family farm or a rural community.
The Herman and Gwen Shapiro Foundation established this scholarship to provide support to nursing students from a Wisconsin family farm or a rural community.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing who come from a Wisconsin family farm or from a rural community in Wisconsin with a population of fewer than 20,000
This scholarship is provided through a trust established by Mrs. Schulte and a bequest established by the late Walter B. Schulte in honor of his wife. Mrs. Schulte was the first Director of the University of Wisconsin School of...
This scholarship is provided through a trust established by Mrs. Schulte and a bequest established by the late Walter B. Schulte in honor of his wife. Mrs. Schulte was the first Director of the University of Wisconsin School of Nursing. The intent of this scholarship is to enable study by minority students working toward their baccalaureate, master's degree, or doctoral degree in nursing.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
The Helen L. Bunge Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in 1970 by the Nurses Alumni Organization to honor Dean Bunge, the fourth Director and first Dean of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing. It represents a real expression...
The Helen L. Bunge Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in 1970 by the Nurses Alumni Organization to honor Dean Bunge, the fourth Director and first Dean of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing. It represents a real expression of alumni respect and love for Dean Bunge, and appreciation of her guidance and services over the years she was associated with the School.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
This scholarship was established by Jeanette Vroom in support of undergraduate and graduate students in nursing expressing an interest in the field of community health nursing.
This scholarship was established by Jeanette Vroom in support of undergraduate and graduate students in nursing expressing an interest in the field of community health nursing.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing who have an interest in the field of community health nursing
Ignatius J. Niemczyk established this scholarship in memory of his wife, Jill J. Niemczyk, a 1971 graduate of the UW-Madison School of Nursing. The purpose of this scholarship is to provide support to nursing students who have demonstrated volunteer leadership.
Ignatius J. Niemczyk established this scholarship in memory of his wife, Jill J. Niemczyk, a 1971 graduate of the UW-Madison School of Nursing. The purpose of this scholarship is to provide support to nursing students who have demonstrated volunteer leadership.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing who have demonstrated significant volunteer leadership
The Joan E. Mulligan Scholarship was established in 1990 at the time of Professor Mulligan's retirement in recognition of her contribution as a faculty member in the School of Nursing. The scholarship recognizes advance practice nursing students who have...
The Joan E. Mulligan Scholarship was established in 1990 at the time of Professor Mulligan's retirement in recognition of her contribution as a faculty member in the School of Nursing. The scholarship recognizes advance practice nursing students who have an interest in the care of pregnant and post-partum women and their families.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
This scholarship was established by Julia Due Peterson, a nursing alumna, of the class of 1929. She worked extensively throughout her life as a volunteer dedicated to humanitarian causes, particularly the support of migrant farmers.
This scholarship was established by Julia Due Peterson, a nursing alumna, of the class of 1929. She worked extensively throughout her life as a volunteer dedicated to humanitarian causes, particularly the support of migrant farmers.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
This scholarship was established in honor of senior nursing student Kimberlie Wee who passed away in December 2006 after a short struggle with leukemia. Her family, friends, and peers established this scholarship so her legacy will live on in global...
This scholarship was established in honor of senior nursing student Kimberlie Wee who passed away in December 2006 after a short struggle with leukemia. Her family, friends, and peers established this scholarship so her legacy will live on in global health.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing who have an interest in global public health
This scholarship was established in honor of Mrs. Melvin R. Laird, who was a member of the Board of Regents from 1951-1959. It is awarded to undergraduate students who demonstrate excellent scholastic performance.
This scholarship was established in honor of Mrs. Melvin R. Laird, who was a member of the Board of Regents from 1951-1959. It is awarded to undergraduate students who demonstrate excellent scholastic performance.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
Ms Marshall was a UW History grad and journalist who worked for many years at Reuters News Service in New York. Originally from La Crosse, Lora left her estate to the Foundation to honor her parents; her father was a...
Ms Marshall was a UW History grad and journalist who worked for many years at Reuters News Service in New York. Originally from La Crosse, Lora left her estate to the Foundation to honor her parents; her father was a doctor and her mother a nurse.The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarship support for the benefit of students in the School of Nursing. Said scholarships are to be given in the name of Lawless Louis Mollere and Mathea Helen Mollere, and the recipients must be non-smokers and non-drinkers and may not be users of illegal drugs.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
Lois was born on a farm in northwestern Minnesota. She graduated valedictorian of her class and was awarded a scholarship to a nursing school in Fargo, ND. The nursing scholarship Lois received opened immeasurable opportunities that totally transformed her future....
Lois was born on a farm in northwestern Minnesota. She graduated valedictorian of her class and was awarded a scholarship to a nursing school in Fargo, ND. The nursing scholarship Lois received opened immeasurable opportunities that totally transformed her future. She is very grateful for that and pleased to be able to endow a scholarship in the School of Nursing to assist students in becoming nursing instructors.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
Lola Gordon Hickey, a nurse and alumni of the UW-Madison School of Nursing, established this scholarship to support graduate students pursuing a career in nursing education.
Lola Gordon Hickey, a nurse and alumni of the UW-Madison School of Nursing, established this scholarship to support graduate students pursuing a career in nursing education.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
This scholarship was established by Lora Lou Marshall, honoring her parents; her father was a doctor and her mother a nurse.
This scholarship was established by Lora Lou Marshall, honoring her parents; her father was a doctor and her mother a nurse.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
The purpose of the Lorraine and O.B. Solie Nursing Scholars Fund is to support undergraduate students who intend to pursue a doctorate in nursing with a preference given to second-degree students and/or those demonstrating financial need. Lorraine Solie earned...
The purpose of the Lorraine and O.B. Solie Nursing Scholars Fund is to support undergraduate students who intend to pursue a doctorate in nursing with a preference given to second-degree students and/or those demonstrating financial need. Lorraine Solie earned her nursing degrees at UW Madison and became head nurse at Wisconsin General Hospital, the forerunner to UW Hospital, and taught in the School of Nursing. O.B. Solie earned a bachelor's and master's degrees in art and design from UW-Madison.
Students who are enrolled in the School of Nursing.
This scholarship was established by Ms. Charline Z. Larson to support undergraduate students in the School of Nursing. Charline was a 1935 graduate of the UW-Madison School of Nursing.
This scholarship was established by Ms. Charline Z. Larson to support undergraduate students in the School of Nursing. Charline was a 1935 graduate of the UW-Madison School of Nursing.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
This scholarship was established by Joseph Feldmann in memory of his wife Lucy. During a long illness, she was cared for at UW Hospital. She and Joseph were very appreciative of the care she received.
This scholarship was established by Joseph Feldmann in memory of his wife Lucy. During a long illness, she was cared for at UW Hospital. She and Joseph were very appreciative of the care she received.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
This scholarship was established by the Nurses' Alumni Organization in honor of Dr. Madeline Thornton. Dr. Thornton, a physician at University Hospital and Clinics, specialized in women's health issues. Students should have an interest in the area of women's health.
This scholarship was established by the Nurses' Alumni Organization in honor of Dr. Madeline Thornton. Dr. Thornton, a physician at University Hospital and Clinics, specialized in women's health issues. Students should have an interest in the area of women's health.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
This scholarship was created by the Nurses Alumni Organization to honor Margery MacLachlan, the first graduate and third Director of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing.
This scholarship was created by the Nurses Alumni Organization to honor Margery MacLachlan, the first graduate and third Director of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
This scholarship was established by Dr. Richard Stiehm honoring his mother, Marie Stiehm. She earned a BS in Bacteriology at the UW-Madison, then received a nursing degree from a hospital school in northern Wisconsin. It was her work as a...
This scholarship was established by Dr. Richard Stiehm honoring his mother, Marie Stiehm. She earned a BS in Bacteriology at the UW-Madison, then received a nursing degree from a hospital school in northern Wisconsin. It was her work as a nurse that supported the family when Richard's father died at a young age.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
Marion Printz Peabody graduated from Sparta High School, Sparta, Wisconsin, in 1931. She earned her R.N. from St. Francis School of Nursing in La Crosse, Wisconsin, in 1934. She continued her education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School...
Marion Printz Peabody graduated from Sparta High School, Sparta, Wisconsin, in 1931. She earned her R.N. from St. Francis School of Nursing in La Crosse, Wisconsin, in 1934. She continued her education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing where she earned her B.S. degree in 1944. She died in July, 2006 at the age of 92. Mrs. Peabody's estate gift was directed to the Nurses Alumni Organization. The purpose of this fund is to award a $5000 scholarship annually to a graduate nursing student with demonstrated financial need.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
Mary Brockman has provided this scholarship to provide annual support for undergraduate students at the School of Nursing. The criteria for the selection of the scholarship recipient are a senior nursing student from rural Wisconsin, preferably from a town with...
Mary Brockman has provided this scholarship to provide annual support for undergraduate students at the School of Nursing. The criteria for the selection of the scholarship recipient are a senior nursing student from rural Wisconsin, preferably from a town with a population less than 10,000. The scholarship recipient should also have demonstrated potential for top performance in a clinical setting, preferably medical-surgical.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
Dr. Geoffrey Moyer established this fund in memory of his wife, Mary Lynn Estes Moyer, a School of Nursing graduate of the Class of 1963. Dr. Moyer is an alumnus of the University of Wisconsin, having earned his BS, MD,...
Dr. Geoffrey Moyer established this fund in memory of his wife, Mary Lynn Estes Moyer, a School of Nursing graduate of the Class of 1963. Dr. Moyer is an alumnus of the University of Wisconsin, having earned his BS, MD, and PhD degrees in Medical Science, Medicine and Oncology Medicine, respectively.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
The Hornback scholarship was established in memory of Dr. May Shiga Hornback, a faculty member in nursing extension who died in 1976. The scholarship is intended to "aid worthy and deserving students who are registered professional nurses." The intent...
The Hornback scholarship was established in memory of Dr. May Shiga Hornback, a faculty member in nursing extension who died in 1976. The scholarship is intended to "aid worthy and deserving students who are registered professional nurses." The intent of the fund is to provide support to nurse educators preparing--at the doctoral level-- for positions in continuing education. The award shall be made to a needy and deserving candidate with preference given to members of a minority race or culture.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
The Michele K. Del Monte Memorial Scholarship honors Ms. Del Monte, a native of Brookfield, Wisconsin, who received her B.S. degree in 1978 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing.
The Michele K. Del Monte Memorial Scholarship honors Ms. Del Monte, a native of Brookfield, Wisconsin, who received her B.S. degree in 1978 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
The family and many friends recognized Nancy's quiet service by establishing this scholarship in her honor.
The family and many friends recognized Nancy's quiet service by establishing this scholarship in her honor.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
Mr. and Mrs. Malone established this award to acknowledge the achievement of academic excellence by students in nursing. Nina Malone earned a BS and MA in French in 1917 and 1920. Her interest in Nursing comes from the good...
Mr. and Mrs. Malone established this award to acknowledge the achievement of academic excellence by students in nursing. Nina Malone earned a BS and MA in French in 1917 and 1920. Her interest in Nursing comes from the good care she received at various health care facilities.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
This scholarship was established to provide support to undergraduate students at the UW-Madison School of Nursing. Nina Sween was one of the thirteen women to enter the second class of nursing students at the UW-Madison. She received her RN certificate...
This scholarship was established to provide support to undergraduate students at the UW-Madison School of Nursing. Nina Sween was one of the thirteen women to enter the second class of nursing students at the UW-Madison. She received her RN certificate in 1928.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
The Nurses Alumni Organization Scholarships were established by the Nurses Alumni Organization to honor Dean Helen L. Bunge. They represent the joint commitment of the Nursing Alumni Organization and the University of Wisconsin Foundation to financially support students selected...
The Nurses Alumni Organization Scholarships were established by the Nurses Alumni Organization to honor Dean Helen L. Bunge. They represent the joint commitment of the Nursing Alumni Organization and the University of Wisconsin Foundation to financially support students selected for their scholastic achievement.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
This scholarship was established by Dr. Lyle Olson and his wife Ruth Olson to support undergraduate students in the UW-Madison School of Nursing.
This scholarship was established by Dr. Lyle Olson and his wife Ruth Olson to support undergraduate students in the UW-Madison School of Nursing.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
This scholarship was established by Orrin W. Nuthem to provide support to students in the UW-Madison School of Nursing.
This scholarship was established by Orrin W. Nuthem to provide support to students in the UW-Madison School of Nursing.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
This fund was created with a gift from the Pearl L. Servais Estate to support undergraduate or graduate scholarships for students with financial need.
This fund was created with a gift from the Pearl L. Servais Estate to support undergraduate or graduate scholarships for students with financial need.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
The purpose of the fund is to provide support to nursing students pursuing graduate studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing.
The purpose of the fund is to provide support to nursing students pursuing graduate studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing.
This scholarship was established by Ruth E. Parkinson to provide scholarships to students in the nursing program at UW-Madison.
This scholarship was established by Ruth E. Parkinson to provide scholarships to students in the nursing program at UW-Madison.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
The Saundra E. Saunders Nursing Excellence Scholarship was established in 2002 in memory of Saundra E. Saunders, RN, PhD. Dr. Saunders was a UW-Madison alumna, Clinical Nurse Specialist in obstetrics and gynecology at UW Hospital and Clinics and a...
The Saundra E. Saunders Nursing Excellence Scholarship was established in 2002 in memory of Saundra E. Saunders, RN, PhD. Dr. Saunders was a UW-Madison alumna, Clinical Nurse Specialist in obstetrics and gynecology at UW Hospital and Clinics and a faculty member in the School of Nursing. She earned an MS in nursing and PhD in counseling psychology from the UW-Madison. The scholarship is awarded to a graduate student in the area of women's health.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
The Great People Great Place Scholarship Initiative- Nursing Fund was established by the UW Foundation to house those gifts given during the timeframe of the Great People Scholarship Initiative, which began in Spring 2008. The purpose of the...
The Great People Great Place Scholarship Initiative- Nursing Fund was established by the UW Foundation to house those gifts given during the timeframe of the Great People Scholarship Initiative, which began in Spring 2008. The purpose of the fund shall be to provide scholarship support to undergraduate students in the School of Nursing with financial need (as determined by the Office of Student Financial Services) who would be unable to afford a college education without financial assistance.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
The Herman and Gwen Shapiro Foundation established this scholarship to provide support to returning adult nursing students over the age of 24 who are pursuing a second baccalaureate degree.
The Herman and Gwen Shapiro Foundation established this scholarship to provide support to returning adult nursing students over the age of 24 who are pursuing a second baccalaureate degree.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing who are pursuing a second baccalaureate degree
The purpose of the fund is to assist Graduate Students.
The purpose of the fund is to assist Graduate Students.
This fund was established in 2013 by Thomas Pellino to honor the memory of his wife and beloved Professor of Nursing, Terri Pellino PhD, '94. The purpose of this endowed fund is to provide scholarship support to undergraduate students in...
This fund was established in 2013 by Thomas Pellino to honor the memory of his wife and beloved Professor of Nursing, Terri Pellino PhD, '94. The purpose of this endowed fund is to provide scholarship support to undergraduate students in the School of Nursing. The criteria for selecting recipients shall be based primarily on merit, although other factors are taken into consideration, such as empathy or other demonstrated personal traits that may be associated with being a good nurse.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
The Boards of Directors of Friends of Meriter provides this scholarship to deserving nursing students and honors Terri Potter's 35 years of service to Meriter Hospital.
The Boards of Directors of Friends of Meriter provides this scholarship to deserving nursing students and honors Terri Potter's 35 years of service to Meriter Hospital.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
This scholarship supports nursing students and recognizes scholastic achievement. The University League is an organization of University and community women who support UW-Madison and who promote charitable and educational activities.
This scholarship supports nursing students and recognizes scholastic achievement. The University League is an organization of University and community women who support UW-Madison and who promote charitable and educational activities.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
This scholarship was established by Mr. Thomas J. Walton in memory of his wife, Ellen, who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 1995 at age 48 and passed away five years later. Preference is given to students interested in...
This scholarship was established by Mr. Thomas J. Walton in memory of his wife, Ellen, who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 1995 at age 48 and passed away five years later. Preference is given to students interested in pursuing a career in oncology nursing.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing who have an interest in oncology nursing
The Valencia N. Prock Scholarship honors Emeritus Professor and Dean, Valencia N. Prock. It was established in 1997 by a former U.W. nursing faculty colleague in community health, Beverly C. Flynn. Prior to this Dr. Prock held the...
The Valencia N. Prock Scholarship honors Emeritus Professor and Dean, Valencia N. Prock. It was established in 1997 by a former U.W. nursing faculty colleague in community health, Beverly C. Flynn. Prior to this Dr. Prock held the positions of Chair of Public Health Nursing and Director of Public Health and Outpatient Nursing at the University of Wisconsin Hospital & Clinics. After her retirement in 1984, Ms. Prock continued her career by serving as a Peace Corps volunteer. The scholarship recognizes her extraordinary contributions as a leader of nursing and Public/Community Health Nursing.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
Professor Chu-Kia Wang, an emeritus faculty member of the College of Engineering, established this scholarship in memory of his wife, Vera Wang. Both Dr. and Mrs. Wang were impressed with the excellent nursing care provided at University Hospital and Clinics.
Professor Chu-Kia Wang, an emeritus faculty member of the College of Engineering, established this scholarship in memory of his wife, Vera Wang. Both Dr. and Mrs. Wang were impressed with the excellent nursing care provided at University Hospital and Clinics.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
This scholarship was established by Mae Wiita to honor her sister, Violette V. Wiite who was an alumna of the School of Nursing, class of 1941.
This scholarship was established by Mae Wiita to honor her sister, Violette V. Wiite who was an alumna of the School of Nursing, class of 1941.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
This scholarship was established by Virginia G. Reynoldson to support a junior or senior student in the School of Nursing who demonstrate outstanding qualities of compassion and professionalism.
This scholarship was established by Virginia G. Reynoldson to support a junior or senior student in the School of Nursing who demonstrate outstanding qualities of compassion and professionalism.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing
In 1973 the Wisconsin Rural Rehabilitation Corporation established scholarships for women and men from Wisconsin farms or rural communities who are enrolled in the School of Nursing.
In 1973 the Wisconsin Rural Rehabilitation Corporation established scholarships for women and men from Wisconsin farms or rural communities who are enrolled in the School of Nursing.
Students enrolled in the School of Nursing and who come from a Wisconsin family farm or from a rural community in Wisconsin with a population of fewer than 20,000.
Scholarships marked with FAFSA required prior to awarding decisions in the list above require a completed Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for awarding decisions. To learn more about applying for financial aid, please visit the Office of Student Financial Aid website.