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McBurney Disability Resource Center General Scholarships

Application Overview

ALERT: This application is used to apply for all McBurney scholarships except the Arndt Family Scholarship. Eligibility for specific McBurney scholarships may depend on the type of disability and can only be determined outside the online scholarship application. You cannot use the "My Scholarships" link below to determine your eligibility for specific McBurney scholarships.

General Open Dates

Early November - Early April

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Scholarships Descriptions
A campus-wide scholarship for students with disabilities. The Delta Gamma Alumnae Association established this annual scholarship program.
A campus-wide scholarship for students with disabilities. The Delta Gamma Alumnae Association established this annual scholarship program.
Students may be undergraduate, graduate or professional school students. Students must have a disability, with preference given to students with visual impairments.
A campus-wide scholarship for students with disabilities, established by the late Ethelmae S. Merriam.
A campus-wide scholarship for students with disabilities, established by the late Ethelmae S. Merriam.
Students may be undergraduate, graduate or professional school students. Students must have a disability, with preference given to students with learning and psychological disabilities, AD/HD and autism spectrum disorders.
A campus-wide scholarship for students with disabilities established through the Harold W. Kirchen Endowment Fund.
A campus-wide scholarship for students with disabilities established through the Harold W. Kirchen Endowment Fund.
Students may be undergraduate, graduate or professional school students. Students must have a disability.
A campus wide scholarship for students with hearing, mobility, and visual disabilities, established by the Jessie Ridley Foundation, Inc.
A campus wide scholarship for students with hearing, mobility, and visual disabilities, established by the Jessie Ridley Foundation, Inc.
Students may be undergraduate, graduate or professional school students. Students must have hearing, mobility, or visual disabilities, as well as financial need.
A campus-wide scholarship for students with disabilities.
A campus-wide scholarship for students with disabilities.
Students may be undergraduate, graduate or professional school students. Students must have a disability.
Established by Mr. Harvey "Bud" Meyerhoff, a successful businessman, philanthropist, and 1948 graduate of UW-Madison, the Meyerhoff Undergraduate Excellence Awards honor students who combine academic achievement with leadership and service to campus and/or community. The recipient chosen by McBurney must...
Established by Mr. Harvey "Bud" Meyerhoff, a successful businessman, philanthropist, and 1948 graduate of UW-Madison, the Meyerhoff Undergraduate Excellence Awards honor students who combine academic achievement with leadership and service to campus and/or community. The recipient chosen by McBurney must be a student with a disability.
Students must be juniors or seniors at the time the award is given. Students must have a disability and must have made outstanding leadership and service contributions to the University and/or the surrounding communities while maintaining a record of academic excellence.
A scholarship for students with learning disabilities, AD/HD or autism established by Kristine and Robert Newlin.
A scholarship for students with learning disabilities, AD/HD or autism established by Kristine and Robert Newlin.
Students may be undergraduate or graduate school students. Students must have a learning disability, AD/HD or autism.
A campus-wide scholarship for students with disabilities established through the Robert W. Deaton Trust.
A campus-wide scholarship for students with disabilities established through the Robert W. Deaton Trust.
Students may be undergraduate, graduate or professional school students. Students must have a disability, with preference is given to students with learning disabilities, AD/HD, or psychological disabilities.
A campus-wide scholarship for students with disabilities. This scholarships is available through the generosity of Gregory C. Piazza and family and The John and Sally Wolozyn Memorial Scholarship Fund.
A campus-wide scholarship for students with disabilities. This scholarships is available through the generosity of Gregory C. Piazza and family and The John and Sally Wolozyn Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Students may be undergraduate, graduate or professional school students, with a preference for students who are also studying music. Students must have a disability.
A campus-wide scholarship for students with disabilities established by Blair H. Mathews and Karen L. Johnson Mathews. The fund is intended to promote participation of students with disabilities in the Wisconsin Experience; it supports all types of student experiences including...
A campus-wide scholarship for students with disabilities established by Blair H. Mathews and Karen L. Johnson Mathews. The fund is intended to promote participation of students with disabilities in the Wisconsin Experience; it supports all types of student experiences including but not limited to tuition support, special study, and study abroad projects.
Students may be undergraduate, graduate or professional school students who have an established record of academic achievement. Students must have a disability, with preference given to students with financial need if all other criteria are equal. The fund is intended to promote participation of students with disabilities in the Wisconsin Experience.
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.