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Scholarships Awarded to Medical Students

For information on scholarships awarded to Medical students, please visit the School of Medicine and Public Health Scholarships page.

Scholarships Descriptions
The Adult Student Scholarship Program Fund is supported by generous donors such as alumni, family, friends and community members throughout the year.
The Adult Student Scholarship Program Fund is supported by generous donors such as alumni, family, friends and community members throughout the year.
The Amelia Doyon Scholarship Fund was established in honor of her many contributions to the physical therapy profession.
The Amelia Doyon Scholarship Fund was established in honor of her many contributions to the physical therapy profession.
Student must be enrolled as a first year physical therapy DPT student at UW-Madison with an academic achievement of a 3.2 gpa on a 4.0 scale. The recipient will be selected by the UW-Madison DPT Program's scholarship committee and notified via email by April 27, 2018.
We at Fair Forex Brokers have an honest desire to make this world a better place, so we established a scholarship program to help highly motivated students succeed. Unfortunately, the main reasons why some people lack the education they long...
We at Fair Forex Brokers have an honest desire to make this world a better place, so we established a scholarship program to help highly motivated students succeed. Unfortunately, the main reasons why some people lack the education they long for, are of financial nature. Education takes not only time and effort, but also money, and scholarship programs all over the world provide funds for those who have strong will and talent but lack the financial funds. We at Fair Forex Brokers have an honest desire to make this world a better place, so we established a scholarship program to help highly motivated students succeed. Unfortunately, the main reasons why some people lack the education they long for, are of financial nature. Education takes not only time and effort, but also money, and scholarship programs all over the world provide funds for those who have strong will and talent but lack the financial funds.
All participants who apply for the scholarship must be over 17 years of age. Deadline to submit essay is June 10th 2018.
The Sosa family, as supporters of the university, started the Kindness Matters Scholarship to give returning adult students with financial need and a strong academic history the opportunity to focus on completing their target degree. Beth and Brandon Sosa's daughter...
The Sosa family, as supporters of the university, started the Kindness Matters Scholarship to give returning adult students with financial need and a strong academic history the opportunity to focus on completing their target degree. Beth and Brandon Sosa's daughter Aanya chose the name Kindness Matters in light of their family belief that, above all, love and kindness are most important.
Nontraditional and returning adult students eligible for award consideration must 1) have experienced a gap in their education for at least one year; 2) be at the undergraduate or professional level; 3) demonstrate financial need; 4) show academic promise and commitment with a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA; 5) be U.S. citizens, permanent residents or other eligible non-citizens. Eligible applicants will be evaluated in a competitive selection process. View the program site and the scholarship application for details. Scholarship awards for nontraditional students require admission to a UW-Madison degree program. Awards will be contingent upon enrollment during the scholarship year.
This fund was set up with contributions from friends of Margaret A. Kohli in honor of her retirement from the position of Director of the UW-Madison PT Program, a position she held from 1941-1980.
This fund was set up with contributions from friends of Margaret A. Kohli in honor of her retirement from the position of Director of the UW-Madison PT Program, a position she held from 1941-1980.
Enrolled as a second year DPT student at UW-Madison at time of application. Must have an academic achievement of 3.5 minimum cumulative GPA based on a 4.0 system. The recipient will be selected by the UW-Madison DPT Program's scholarship committee and notified via email by April 27, 2018.
The Barbara Ellen Gerlich-Hoefeyzer Scholarship fund was initiated in honor of her many contributions to the physical therapy profession, and is used for student scholarships, fellowships, programs and services in the Physical Therapy Program.
The Barbara Ellen Gerlich-Hoefeyzer Scholarship fund was initiated in honor of her many contributions to the physical therapy profession, and is used for student scholarships, fellowships, programs and services in the Physical Therapy Program.
Enrolled as a first year DPT student at UW-Madison at time of application and to be directed at tuition only. Must have an academic achievement of 3.5 minimum cumulative GPA based on a 4.0 system. The recipient will be selected by the UW-Madison DPT Program's scholarship committee and notified via email by April 27, 2018.
The Harper Scholarship Fund was established to award four first-year physical therapy students with scholarships for their second year of study.
The Harper Scholarship Fund was established to award four first-year physical therapy students with scholarships for their second year of study.
Enrolled as a first year DPT student at UW-Madison at time of application and to be directed at tuition only. Must have an academic achievement of 3.5 minimum cumulative GPA based on a 4.0 system. The recipient will be selected by the UW-Madison DPT Program's scholarship committee and notified via email by April 27, 2018.
The PT Student Scholarship began by a gift from the Ridley Family, and contributed to by several others to provide funds for PT students. The scholarship hopes to encourage leadership and service to the PT profession.
The PT Student Scholarship began by a gift from the Ridley Family, and contributed to by several others to provide funds for PT students. The scholarship hopes to encourage leadership and service to the PT profession.
Enrolled as a first year DPT student at UW-Madison at time of application and will be directed towards tuition only. Must have an academic achievement of 3.2 minimum cumulative GPA based on a 4.0 system. The recipient will be selected by the UW-Madison DPT Program's scholarship committee and notified via email by April 27, 2018.
This fund was established to honor Jean L. Roland for her distinguished career as a physical therapist, for her service to children with disabilities, and to recognize her many contributions to the profession of physical therapy.
This fund was established to honor Jean L. Roland for her distinguished career as a physical therapist, for her service to children with disabilities, and to recognize her many contributions to the profession of physical therapy.
Student must be enrolled as a second-year physical therapy DPT student at UW-Madison at time of application. This scholarship will be awarded to a DPT student who has an academic achievement of a 3.5 minimum cumulative gpa on a 4.0 scale. The recipient will be selected by the UW-Madison DPT Program's scholarship committee and notified via email by April 27, 2018.
This scholarship was established to reward student service to the UW-Madison PT Program. The recipient of this scholarship will also be offered membership on the UW-Madison PT Alumni Coalition.
This scholarship was established to reward student service to the UW-Madison PT Program. The recipient of this scholarship will also be offered membership on the UW-Madison PT Alumni Coalition.
Enrolled as a second year DPT student at UW-Madison at time of application. No specific GPA requirement. The recipient will be selected by the UW-Madison DPT Program's scholarship committee and notified via email by April 27, 2018.
The Ridley's established this scholarship after Ted was cared for by physical therapists during the follow-up care from his brain tumor surgery. Ted lived for 11 more years and wanted to recognize all the benefits he gained from his care.
The Ridley's established this scholarship after Ted was cared for by physical therapists during the follow-up care from his brain tumor surgery. Ted lived for 11 more years and wanted to recognize all the benefits he gained from his care.
Enrolled as a first year DPT student at UW-Madison at time of application. You must have a 3.2 minimum cumulative GPA based on a 4.0 system. The recipient will be selected by the UW-Madison DPT Program's scholarship committee and notified via email by April 27, 2018.
The Ridley's established this scholarship after Ted was cared for by physical therapists during the follow-up care from his brain tumor surgery. Ted lived for 11 more years and wanted to recognize all the benefits he gained from his care.
The Ridley's established this scholarship after Ted was cared for by physical therapists during the follow-up care from his brain tumor surgery. Ted lived for 11 more years and wanted to recognize all the benefits he gained from his care.
Enrolled as a second year physical therapy DPT student at UW-Madison at time of application. Must have an academic achievement of a 3.2 minimum cumulative GPA based on a 4.0 system. The recipient will be selected by the UW-Madison DPT Program's scholarship committee and notified via email by April 27, 2018.
The University League, Inc. founded in 1901 has supported a scholarship for a returning adult student since the fund was established in 1993. "The University League, Inc. is a non-profit organization open to all. It is dedicated to promoting educational...
The University League, Inc. founded in 1901 has supported a scholarship for a returning adult student since the fund was established in 1993. "The University League, Inc. is a non-profit organization open to all. It is dedicated to promoting educational and social activities for its members and supporting scholarship funding that benefits students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison."
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.