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Scholarships Awarded to Incoming Freshmen

Incoming freshmen can apply for scholarships as soon as they receive their NetID and password. Scholarship applications are generally open from November to early February. You do not need to wait until you have been accepted to the University to apply.

Scholarships Descriptions
Applicants must submit the following materials: application form; typed questions and essay that can be found at the online application form; physician's statement of diagnosis; most recent official transcript; document verifying acceptance by college or current enrollment.
Applicants must submit the following materials: application form; typed questions and essay that can be found at the online application form; physician's statement of diagnosis; most recent official transcript; document verifying acceptance by college or current enrollment.
Applicants must be students attending a two-year, four-year or graduate school program and legal residents of United States; must be under a physicians' care for a spinal cord injury, transverse myelitis, spine bifida, neurogenic bladder or ostomy (ileostomy, colostomy or urostomy).
Interested applicants may download/print the Memorial Scholarship Request form at the website
Interested applicants may download/print the Memorial Scholarship Request form at the website
Applicants must be blood relatives, stepchildren or adopted children of a current association member in good standing; must be U.S. citizens. Recipient will be chosen by lottery at the National Reunion.
Applicant must be an ATU member in good standing or the child or stepchild of a deceased member who was in good standing at the time of death, and be planning to enter their first year of post-secondary education for...
Applicant must be an ATU member in good standing or the child or stepchild of a deceased member who was in good standing at the time of death, and be planning to enter their first year of post-secondary education for the first time. One Canadian and four U.S. scholarships will be awarded each year.
Applicant must be a Wisconsin resident enrolled full-time at a U of Wisconsin campus, Wisconsin Tech Coll or independent Wisconsin institution. Applicant must have the highest GPA in his or her class
Applicant must be a Wisconsin resident enrolled full-time at a U of Wisconsin campus, Wisconsin Tech Coll or independent Wisconsin institution. Applicant must have the highest GPA in his or her class
Dr. William F. Lorenz, a UW professor of neuropsychiatry, was the first director of the Wisconsin Psychiatric Institute in Mendota State Hospital. This award, for Nutritional Sciences students, is in honor and remembrance of his wife Ada (Holt) Lorenz.
Dr. William F. Lorenz, a UW professor of neuropsychiatry, was the first director of the Wisconsin Psychiatric Institute in Mendota State Hospital. This award, for Nutritional Sciences students, is in honor and remembrance of his wife Ada (Holt) Lorenz.
Awarded to CALS undergraduates majoring in Dietetics. The department of Nutritional Sciences nominates students for this scholarship.
Walter H. Ebling began a 33 year career at the Wisconsin crop and livestock reporting service and went on to be named agricultural statistician in charge of the Wisconsin office of the Federal Crop and Livestock Estimates Service. He developed...
Walter H. Ebling began a 33 year career at the Wisconsin crop and livestock reporting service and went on to be named agricultural statistician in charge of the Wisconsin office of the Federal Crop and Livestock Estimates Service. He developed a state system of data collection not provided for under the federal reporting program and pioneered issuance of farm statistic reference bulletins for all counties in Wisconsin. He was also a Professor in the Agricultural Economics department on campus. Dr. Ebling established this scholarship in honor of his brother, Albert Adam Ebling, to recognize his life as a Wisconsin farmer.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS.
Both distiguished research professors in their respective fields, Drs. Albert Joyce Riker and Adelaide E. (Evenson) Riker left the remainder of their estate to the development of scholarships. Dr. Albert Riker was a world renowned plant pathologist at the UW,...
Both distiguished research professors in their respective fields, Drs. Albert Joyce Riker and Adelaide E. (Evenson) Riker left the remainder of their estate to the development of scholarships. Dr. Albert Riker was a world renowned plant pathologist at the UW, while Dr. Adelaide Riker's research was in the area of soilborne fungi in the Department of Bacteriology at the University of Arizona.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS.
Both distiguished research professors in their respective fields, Drs. Albert Joyce Riker and Adelaide E. (Evenson) Riker left the remainder of their estate to the development of scholarships. Dr. Albert Riker was a world renowned plant pathologist at the UW,...
Both distiguished research professors in their respective fields, Drs. Albert Joyce Riker and Adelaide E. (Evenson) Riker left the remainder of their estate to the development of scholarships. Dr. Albert Riker was a world renowned plant pathologist at the UW, while Dr. Adelaide Riker's research was in the area of soilborne fungi in the Department of Bacteriology at the University of Arizona.
Merit scholarships awarded to undergraduate or graduate students in CALS.
Both distiguished research professors in their respective fields, Drs. Albert Joyce Riker and Adelaide E. (Evenson) Riker left the remainder of their estate to the development of scholarships. Dr. Albert Riker was a world renowned plant pathologist at the UW,...
Both distiguished research professors in their respective fields, Drs. Albert Joyce Riker and Adelaide E. (Evenson) Riker left the remainder of their estate to the development of scholarships. Dr. Albert Riker was a world renowned plant pathologist at the UW, while Dr. Adelaide Riker's research was in the area of soilborne fungi in the Department of Bacteriology at the University of Arizona.
Awarded to CALS undergraduatestudents majoring in plant pathology with interest in forest pathology or plant tissue culture. Preference given to students with Junior or Senior standing.
Alfred was a brilliant academic in literature and musical composition in the early-mid 1900s, with his work still held by the Wisconsin Historical Society. After receiving his doctorate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison he joined the Department of Romance Languages...
Alfred was a brilliant academic in literature and musical composition in the early-mid 1900s, with his work still held by the Wisconsin Historical Society. After receiving his doctorate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison he joined the Department of Romance Languages teaching French-Italian literay relations after 1800. This scholarship honors his life, work, and wishes to assist students in Wildlife Ecology.
Awarded to CALS undergraduate students Department of Wildlife Ecology. GPA of 3.5 and demonstrated financial need are required.
The Allen J. Shafer Jr. Memorial Scholarship was established by Allen Shafer's parents as a living memorial for their son who was an inspirational UW athlete.
The Allen J. Shafer Jr. Memorial Scholarship was established by Allen Shafer's parents as a living memorial for their son who was an inspirational UW athlete.
Undergraduate males majoring in kinesiology who have shown successful achievement as scholars, good citizenship, and participation in university activities, especially sports.
Oscar and Ethel Allen were researchers, authors, and graduates of UW-Madison in the field of bacteriology. Their contributions on the UW Madison campus are far reaching and include assisting the Daughters of Demeter organization with extra-curricular funding opportunities. ...
Oscar and Ethel Allen were researchers, authors, and graduates of UW-Madison in the field of bacteriology. Their contributions on the UW Madison campus are far reaching and include assisting the Daughters of Demeter organization with extra-curricular funding opportunities. The Allens' legacy includes enhancing and supporting CALS students through internships and study abroad experiences.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS who are studying abroad or participating in international internships. A minimum GPA of 3.5 is required.
Open to returning adult and other non-traditional students, this scholarship supports women who are 45 or older, and who are pursuing undergraduate, graduate, or professional degrees.
Open to returning adult and other non-traditional students, this scholarship supports women who are 45 or older, and who are pursuing undergraduate, graduate, or professional degrees.
The Alma Baron Scholarship criteria include the following: 1) female who is 45 years or older; 2) recently admitted or continuing UW-Madison degree candidate in good academic standing; 3) demonstrating financial need; 4) U.S. citizen, permanent resident, asylee, or other eligible non-citizen; and 5) with potential for academic success based on career or non-career experience in the past five years. 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. Prospective students who have not yet been admitted as UW-Madison degree candidates should submit an application for admission well before the scholarship deadline, and must anticipate an admissions decision by mid-March. Awards will be contingent upon enrollment during the scholarship year.
The Alpha Helix Scholarship was established by friends of Professor Perry A. Frey and his wife Carolyn, for undergraduate studies in CALS. Dr. Perry is a Professor Emeritus in the Biochemistry Department.
The Alpha Helix Scholarship was established by friends of Professor Perry A. Frey and his wife Carolyn, for undergraduate studies in CALS. Dr. Perry is a Professor Emeritus in the Biochemistry Department.
Awarded to CALS undergraduate students enrolled in either Biochemistry, Microbiology, Genetics or Nutritional Science and will be based on merit and financial need.
The WUD Alternative Breaks Trip Scholarship program seeks to enable all students, regardless of their financial situation, to participate in the WUD Alternative Breaks trips.
The WUD Alternative Breaks Trip Scholarship program seeks to enable all students, regardless of their financial situation, to participate in the WUD Alternative Breaks trips.
In order to receive a WUD Alternative Breaks Trip Scholarship, applicants must also apply and be accepted to a WUD Alternative Breaks service education trip.
In 2017, the National FFA Organization awarded $2.7 million in scholarships designed to fit the diversity of our applicants. Scholarships are sponsored by businesses and individuals through the National FFA Foundation and are given for a wide variety of experiences,...
In 2017, the National FFA Organization awarded $2.7 million in scholarships designed to fit the diversity of our applicants. Scholarships are sponsored by businesses and individuals through the National FFA Foundation and are given for a wide variety of experiences, career goals and higher education plans.
Applicants must be current FFA members and high school seniors or college students planning to enroll or currently enrolled full-time. They may be pursuing a four-year degree in any major in the state of Wisconsin, Minnesota or Missouri. Students only need to complete the online application one time to be considered for all FFA-administered scholarships. The application requires information about the student's activities and a 1,000-word essay. Awards may be used for books, supplies, tuition, fees and room and board.
The Andrew Bergman Prize is awarded for the best undergraduate paper written for a history course, based on quality of writing and research, with special attention to clarity and accessibility of writing. This does not need to be a term...
The Andrew Bergman Prize is awarded for the best undergraduate paper written for a history course, based on quality of writing and research, with special attention to clarity and accessibility of writing. This does not need to be a term paper.
Applicants must be history majors. Essay must be written for a history course and be at least 10-15 pages in length.
Anna L. Rowe, who was originally from Flandreau, South Dakota, got her degree in Home Economics, and taught in the field. She met her future husband, Donald R. Rowe in South Dakota, while he was teaching vocational agriculture courses. They...
Anna L. Rowe, who was originally from Flandreau, South Dakota, got her degree in Home Economics, and taught in the field. She met her future husband, Donald R. Rowe in South Dakota, while he was teaching vocational agriculture courses. They moved back to his home state of Wisconsin, where both continued to teach and live until their deaths. Mrs. Rowe left the remainder of her estate to the University of Wisconsin-Madison as a scholarship to aid students in financial need.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS who demonstrated financial need.
After earning his doctorate, Dr. Anton Sendelbach joined the faculty, and spent his entire career in the UW Dairy Science Department. He is credited with laying the groundwork for the campus and state computerized DHI program. This scholarship honors all...
After earning his doctorate, Dr. Anton Sendelbach joined the faculty, and spent his entire career in the UW Dairy Science Department. He is credited with laying the groundwork for the campus and state computerized DHI program. This scholarship honors all of his achievements in Dairy Science.
Awarded to CALS sophomores majoring in Dairy Science. A minimum GPA of 3.5 is required.
The fund provides annual awards to outstanding students pursuing a degree in the Applied Math, Engineering and Physics (AMEP) program. The students must have demonstrated leadership in AMEP, and possess solid academic records.
The fund provides annual awards to outstanding students pursuing a degree in the Applied Math, Engineering and Physics (AMEP) program. The students must have demonstrated leadership in AMEP, and possess solid academic records.
In order to be eligible for the AMEP Leadership Prize, the undergraduate student must be an AMEP major in good academic standing. Annual awards will be made to outstanding students pursuing a degree in AMEP. The student must have demonstrated leadership in AMEP, and possess a solid academic record. Examples of leadership include endeavors to enhance AMEP, recruitment of prospective students, serving as a mentor to current students in the program, or promoting AMEP on campus or to external audiences. The AMEP faculty committee reviews and evaluates the applications based on these criteria.
A campus-wide scholarship for incoming freshmen with visual impairments established by John D. Arndt.
A campus-wide scholarship for incoming freshmen with visual impairments established by John D. Arndt.
Students must be incoming freshmen, Wisconsin residents, B average, and upper fourth of those taking college entrance exams. Students must have a visual impairment, good character, and be economically disadvantaged (expected family contribution needs to be $4,000 or less).
n cooperation with Texas Instruments, WMEF offers one $2,000 scholarship opportunity for a high school senior who plans to major in mathematics education or to have a mathematics concentration at the elementary or middle level.
n cooperation with Texas Instruments, WMEF offers one $2,000 scholarship opportunity for a high school senior who plans to major in mathematics education or to have a mathematics concentration at the elementary or middle level.
Applicant must be a legal resident of Wisconsin who is a high school senior looking to pursue a degree in mathematics with with the goal of teaching at the K-12 level.
This scholarship supports undergraduate Letters & Science students with financial need who are the first among their families (including grandparents)to attend college.
This scholarship supports undergraduate Letters & Science students with financial need who are the first among their families (including grandparents)to attend college.
The Association of Women in Agriculture (AWA) was founded in the 1974 to help its members prepare for careers in agriculture and agriculture related fields. This scholarship is awarded with help from the AWA members, to support women in agriculture.
The Association of Women in Agriculture (AWA) was founded in the 1974 to help its members prepare for careers in agriculture and agriculture related fields. This scholarship is awarded with help from the AWA members, to support women in agriculture.
Awarded to undergraduate CALS students who are members of the Association of Women in Agriculture.
Dr. August M. Gorenz received his Ph.D in Plant Pathology from the UW and had a long and successful career as pathologist specializing in tropical plant diseases. This scholarship is awarded by the Plant Pathology Department in his honor.
Dr. August M. Gorenz received his Ph.D in Plant Pathology from the UW and had a long and successful career as pathologist specializing in tropical plant diseases. This scholarship is awarded by the Plant Pathology Department in his honor.
Awarded to undergraduate or graduate students majoring in Plant Pathology.
Not available at this time. This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman, who is a Wisconsin resident with financial need. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
Not available at this time. This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman, who is a Wisconsin resident with financial need. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
The recipient must be an incoming freshman, who is a Wisconsin resident with financial need. Completed applications are evaluated using donor criteria and the College of Letters & Science criteria (academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment). Successful applicants should also have strong recommendations and well written essays.
Applicant must be a Wisconsin high school senior who plans to attend an accredited college or university. Minimum 3.0 GPA, essay, two recommendations, and demonstration of community involvement required.
Applicant must be a Wisconsin high school senior who plans to attend an accredited college or university. Minimum 3.0 GPA, essay, two recommendations, and demonstration of community involvement required.
Dr. Stephen M. Babcock came to the UW in 1887 and spent his entire career on campus as an agricultural chemistry professor and chief chemist of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station. In 1931, Dr. Babcock died and left his house...
Dr. Stephen M. Babcock came to the UW in 1887 and spent his entire career on campus as an agricultural chemistry professor and chief chemist of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station. In 1931, Dr. Babcock died and left his house to the University. It was to be used as a place for deserving, needy, male students to call home while enrolled in the College of Agriculture. This scholarship, and the Babcock House, commemorates his life and contributions to agriculture.
Awarded to CALS undergraduate members of the Babcock House Cooperative who exhibit good academic performance and leadership abilities.
Badger Flyers, Inc. was an organization made up of companies that sold supplies to the dairy and ice cream manufacturers - including Wisconsin Dairy and Ice Cream Supplymen's Association and the Wisconsin Dairy Products Association. It got its name from...
Badger Flyers, Inc. was an organization made up of companies that sold supplies to the dairy and ice cream manufacturers - including Wisconsin Dairy and Ice Cream Supplymen's Association and the Wisconsin Dairy Products Association. It got its name from the many members who had been flyers in World War II. This scholarship is awarded in their honor.
Awarded to undergraduate students studying for BS, MS, or a PhD degree in either Dairy Chemistry or Dairy Manufacturing in the department of Food Science.
The Baensch Prize is awarded for the best essay on Wisconsin history. Projects considered need not deal with Wisconsin exclusively, but the subject must clearly center on the history of the territory and/or state.
The Baensch Prize is awarded for the best essay on Wisconsin history. Projects considered need not deal with Wisconsin exclusively, but the subject must clearly center on the history of the territory and/or state.
Applicants must be history majors. Essay must focus on Wisconsin History, be at least 10-15 pages in length, and be written for a history course.
The Barbara Walz Scholarship was established by a portion of Ms. Walz's estate. Ms. Walz once took summer session courses in Dance on the Madison campus. The scholarship is awarded to students taking courses that would enable them...
The Barbara Walz Scholarship was established by a portion of Ms. Walz's estate. Ms. Walz once took summer session courses in Dance on the Madison campus. The scholarship is awarded to students taking courses that would enable them to teach dance at the secondary school or university level.
Undergraduates enrolled in the Dance Program
Annual scholarship(s) for undergraduate students enrolled in Mechanical Engineering.
Annual scholarship(s) for undergraduate students enrolled in Mechanical Engineering.
Scholarships for underrepresented students in Mechanical Engineering; good academic standing; financial need. Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form
This scholarship is awarded to non-traditional or returning adult students who have experienced a significant break in their education (typically a cumulative gap of five or more years) and who are pursuing undergraduate, graduate, or professional degrees.
This scholarship is awarded to non-traditional or returning adult students who have experienced a significant break in their education (typically a cumulative gap of five or more years) and who are pursuing undergraduate, graduate, or professional degrees.
To be eligible for consideration an applicant must 1) have experienced a significant gap in their education--ideally, a cumulative gap of five or more years; 2) demonstrate financial need; 3) show academic promise, achievement, and commitment; and 4) be U.S. citizens, permanent residents, asylees, 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. Prospective students who have not yet been admitted as UW-Madison degree candidates should submit an application for admission well before the scholarship deadline, and must anticipate an admissions decision by mid-March. Awards will be contingent upon enrollment during the scholarship year.
Students must be enrolled full-time in both semesters of the academic year and be physics or astronomy majors. Recipients must have completed the three semester, introductory classical and modern physics sequence.
Students must be enrolled full-time in both semesters of the academic year and be physics or astronomy majors. Recipients must have completed the three semester, introductory classical and modern physics sequence. Recipients must have completed the three semester, introductory classical and modern physics sequence.
The Betty J. Frazier and John Perry Wiltgen Scholarship is a memorial fund established by a bequest from Betty J. Frazier in 1996 in memory of her deceased son, John Perry Wiltgen. Mr. Wiltgen received his degree from the...
The Betty J. Frazier and John Perry Wiltgen Scholarship is a memorial fund established by a bequest from Betty J. Frazier in 1996 in memory of her deceased son, John Perry Wiltgen. Mr. Wiltgen received his degree from the University. Ms. Frazier graduated from UW-Madison with a degree in home economics.
Undergraduate students in art or art education. Talent, ability, and need will be considered.
In her day, Beulah Dahle was known on campus as the "dean" of food service in the UW residence halls. Working closely with UW chef, Carson Gulley, she worked on expanding the food offerings on campus while seeking to improve...
In her day, Beulah Dahle was known on campus as the "dean" of food service in the UW residence halls. Working closely with UW chef, Carson Gulley, she worked on expanding the food offerings on campus while seeking to improve students' food habits. This scholarship serves to honor her distinguished career.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS majoring in Dietetics or Food Science.
The Beulah Miller Kosak Scholarship was established by Roger Kosak in honor of his mother.
The Beulah Miller Kosak Scholarship was established by Roger Kosak in honor of his mother.
Undergraduates in the School of Education; Preference for female students
For nearly 20 years, Bill Reese served as Director of Market Development in the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture Trade and Consumer Protection. During retirement, Reese became the executive director of the International Cheese and Deli Association. This scholarship provides awards...
For nearly 20 years, Bill Reese served as Director of Market Development in the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture Trade and Consumer Protection. During retirement, Reese became the executive director of the International Cheese and Deli Association. This scholarship provides awards to students showing promise, determination and a commitment to the study of food science.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS majoring in Food Science. Preference given to incoming freshmen who participate in extracurricular activities.
The Biochemistry Undergraduate Summer Research Awards aid undergraduates in gaining focused, full-time research experience early in their academic career. Awards support students working full-time in a research lab during the summer.
The Biochemistry Undergraduate Summer Research Awards aid undergraduates in gaining focused, full-time research experience early in their academic career. Awards support students working full-time in a research lab during the summer.
Must be an enrolled undergraduate for the following fall semester; must be a declared biochemistry major; must be working in a lab at UW-Madison full-time (equivalent of 30-40 hours per week over eight weeks) during the upcoming summer. Students may not accept other research funding or awards for use during the summer in which they will receive the biochemistry summer research award. If a student receives a Hilldale award, the Hilldale work (i. e. registration for the corresponding credits of directed study/senior thesis) must be performed during the academic year, so that the biochemistry award can be utilized for the summer research project. If a student chooses to accept a non-biochemistry summer award, they may not move their biochemistry award to a different term/semester but rather must choose one award or the other. Quality of the research proposal; originality and intellectual significance of the research; academic achievement
Supported by a generous grant from the University Book Store, this award recognizes undergraduate students who have completed an outstanding independent project, such as a senior thesis, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Projects in all academic fields are eligible.
Supported by a generous grant from the University Book Store, this award recognizes undergraduate students who have completed an outstanding independent project, such as a senior thesis, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Projects in all academic fields are eligible.
A campus-wide scholarship for students who have completed an outstanding independent project at UW-Madison under the direction of UW faculty/staff. Eligible projects include research papers in all fields and creative arts projects (creative writing, media arts, visual or performing arts). Students must be enrolled in an undergraduate degree program during the current academic year. December graduates may apply. Selection criteria: originality and creativity of thought, clarity of project purpose, organization and presentation of project, and evidence that the student carried out the project independently. In cases of jointly authored or produced submissions, each person's contribution must be clearly stated. If the applicant was part of a research team, the applicant's role and contributions to the project must be delineated.
Bradford Richmond was a prominent third generation farmer in the town of York in the late 1800s. The family operated 273 acres that devotes particular attention to the breeding of pure registered Galloway cattle, registered French coach horses, Durock Jersey...
Bradford Richmond was a prominent third generation farmer in the town of York in the late 1800s. The family operated 273 acres that devotes particular attention to the breeding of pure registered Galloway cattle, registered French coach horses, Durock Jersey hogs, and Shropshire sheep. Mr. Richmond left the remains of his estate to assist deserving students of agriculture to acquire an education.
Awarded to CALS students, incoming freshmen preferred, who intend to work in an agricultural field dealing with farming or production after graduation.
This scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman who has participated in varsity level High School athletics and has a history of community involvement. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
This scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman who has participated in varsity level High School athletics and has a history of community involvement. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
The recipient must be an incoming freshman with a 3.0 or above high school cumulative GPA and will have participated in varsity level athletics at the High School level with a history of community involvement. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
A 1997 graduate of the UW, Brian Fluno earned a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture. He has served on the Board of Directors for WALSAA (Wisconsin Agriculture and Life Sciences Alumni Association) and is currently an Account Manager at...
A 1997 graduate of the UW, Brian Fluno earned a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture. He has served on the Board of Directors for WALSAA (Wisconsin Agriculture and Life Sciences Alumni Association) and is currently an Account Manager at BrightView, formerly The Brickman Group, where he oversees a portfolio of maintenance clients while pursuing enhancement opportunities. Mr. Fluno set up this scholarship for undergrads in Landscape Architecture.
Awarded to CALS undergraduate students enrolled in a Landscape Architecture major. Preference given students from Illinois who are of Junior or Senior standing.
The Wisconsin Dells Education Foundation raises, invests and distributes scholarship funds for the benefit of graduates from Wisconsin Dells High School.
The Wisconsin Dells Education Foundation raises, invests and distributes scholarship funds for the benefit of graduates from Wisconsin Dells High School.
Applicant must be a graduating senior from Wisconsin Dells High School who was an active participant in band or choir and will attend a four-year post-secondary institution with a major in music, nursing or special education.
The BYOD Scholarship is a pilot scholarship for the 2017-2018 academic year. It will award a laptop rental at a heavily reduced price to Wisconsin BBA students who apply and are selected for this scholarship award. Previously, laptop carts...
The BYOD Scholarship is a pilot scholarship for the 2017-2018 academic year. It will award a laptop rental at a heavily reduced price to Wisconsin BBA students who apply and are selected for this scholarship award. Previously, laptop carts were made available by professors and instructors in courses that required specific software. However, starting this year, BBA students will be highly encouraged to bring their own device and software to their business classes. In order to help offset the cost of owning and using a laptop, this scholarship permits current BBA students to rent a laptop with a standardized software package from DOIT for the 2017-2018 academic year. Completion of the FAFSA is strongly preferred!
Must be an admitted undergraduate student in the Wisconsin School of Business BBA Program and have a demonstrated financial need
Scholarships for undergraduates from Sheboygan County; major in Mechanical Engineering; preference to students considering a career in the plastics industry
Scholarships for undergraduates from Sheboygan County; major in Mechanical Engineering; preference to students considering a career in the plastics industry Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form
A Madison area native, who obtained her PhD. in Botany-Horticulture, Burdean Struckmeyer, spent her entire career in the UW Department of Horticulture. Her research was vital to interpreting the nature of tree diseases including Dutch Elm and Oak Wilt. This...
A Madison area native, who obtained her PhD. in Botany-Horticulture, Burdean Struckmeyer, spent her entire career in the UW Department of Horticulture. Her research was vital to interpreting the nature of tree diseases including Dutch Elm and Oak Wilt. This scholarship is to honor her career and research in horticulture.
Awarded to CALS undergraduate students enrolled in Horticulture with demonstrated financial need.
The Board of Visitors for the UW-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences is an outside advisory group to the Dean of the College. Providing an external perspective and advocacy is part of a set of objectives for the...
The Board of Visitors for the UW-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences is an outside advisory group to the Dean of the College. Providing an external perspective and advocacy is part of a set of objectives for the Board. To that end, the Wisconsin Rural Youth Scholarship is awarded to Wisconsin students who have attended a rural Wisconsin high school.
Awarded to students who have attended a rural Wisconsin high school as defined by the United States Census Bureau. Preference shall be given to incoming freshmen.
This CALS scholarship fund was established in 1990 in honor of the College Centennial.
This CALS scholarship fund was established in 1990 in honor of the College Centennial.
Awarded to CALS undergraduate students. A minimum GPA of 3.5 is required.
The Career Clothing Fund is a partnership between Kohl's and the Wisconsin School of Business BBA Program to provide professional clothing assistance to current BBA students who have a demonstrated financial need. The Fund is committed to creating an inclusive...
The Career Clothing Fund is a partnership between Kohl's and the Wisconsin School of Business BBA Program to provide professional clothing assistance to current BBA students who have a demonstrated financial need. The Fund is committed to creating an inclusive environment where students feel encouraged and supported, regardless of their socioeconomic status.
Must be an admitted undergraduate student in the Wisconsin School of Business BBA Program and have a demonstrated financial need
The Wisconsin School Counselor Association (WSCA), in partnership with Career Cruising & Method Test Prep, has established the WSCA High School Scholarship Program to assist students with their post-secondary education.
The Wisconsin School Counselor Association (WSCA), in partnership with Career Cruising & Method Test Prep, has established the WSCA High School Scholarship Program to assist students with their post-secondary education.
Applicants must be seniors at a public or private Wisconsin high school. They must plan to attend an institution of higher learning in the school year following graduation.
Started in 1865 by W.W. Cargill's first grain storage facility, Cargill has grown into a leader in providing food, agricultural, risk management, financial, and industrial products and services around the globe. The company's Core University Program picks a few select...
Started in 1865 by W.W. Cargill's first grain storage facility, Cargill has grown into a leader in providing food, agricultural, risk management, financial, and industrial products and services around the globe. The company's Core University Program picks a few select universities, including the University of Wisconsin, to support because their graduates have proven to be bright, talented, possess a strong work ethic, and have a solid background in their fields of study.
Awarded to CALS undergraduate minority students with majors related to business or veterinary medicine.
This CALS Scholarship was provided in honor of C. W. Schaefer.
This CALS Scholarship was provided in honor of C. W. Schaefer.
Students majoring in Entomology.
The scholarship was initiated by the Friday Foundation to honor the memory of Carleton A. Friday, former President of the Friday Canning Corporation. He was active with state and national canning organizations. This fund supports Carlton A. Friday...
The scholarship was initiated by the Friday Foundation to honor the memory of Carleton A. Friday, former President of the Friday Canning Corporation. He was active with state and national canning organizations. This fund supports Carlton A. Friday Scholarships for students majoring in agriculture or food science.
Awarded to CALS undergraduate students majoring in agriculture as related to Food Science. Consideration is given for academic performance and participation in extra curricular activities. Candidates must also demonstrate a willingness to participate in an internship programs of the food processing industry.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of The Hendricks Family.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of The Hendricks Family.
Awarded to incoming freshmen in CALS who are majoring in Dairy Science.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
Recipients must be incoming freshmen with a minimum high school cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater and have financial need. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
This need-based scholarship provides a four-year award to a high achieving non-Wisconsin resident incoming freshman, involved in extra-curricular activities, and with financial need.
This need-based scholarship provides a four-year award to a high achieving non-Wisconsin resident incoming freshman, involved in extra-curricular activities, and with financial need.
Recipients will be out-of-state students. Strong consideration is given to students with high academic standing, extra-curricular involvement, and financial need. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
The Carrie Jones Cady Scholarship was established to help a needy and outstanding student majoring in Professional Art (Applied Art), and who, upon graduation, intends to engage in some type of commercial art work.
The Carrie Jones Cady Scholarship was established to help a needy and outstanding student majoring in Professional Art (Applied Art), and who, upon graduation, intends to engage in some type of commercial art work.
Outstanding undergraduate students with an interest in professional (commercial) art.
The Catherine V. and Virginia E. Tenuta Scholarship is made possible by a gift from Virginia Tenuta and her late sister, Catherine. Both received bachelor's degrees from the University of Wisconsin--Virginia's from the School of Education and Catherine's from the...
The Catherine V. and Virginia E. Tenuta Scholarship is made possible by a gift from Virginia Tenuta and her late sister, Catherine. Both received bachelor's degrees from the University of Wisconsin--Virginia's from the School of Education and Catherine's from the College of Letters and Sciences. Both later completed master's degrees. Virginia taught in the Wausau and Kenosha public schools, with much of her career spent in guidance counseling. Catherine taught at Marquette University, at the UW Extension Centers in Kenosha, Racine, and Milwaukee, and in the Kenosha public schools.
Full-time undergraduate students who show a high degree of promise in their chosen field of study who have demonstrated achievement in high school or at the university, and have made volunteer contributions to school, community, or church. Preference for students who do not meet requirements for federal college assistance such as Pell Grants and are below the definition of high income family. Preference for students from Kenosha County.
The Catherine V. and Virginia E. Tenuta Scholarship is made possible by a gift from Virginia Tenuta and her late sister, Catherine. Both received bachelor's degrees from the University of Wisconsin--Virginia's from the School of Education and Catherine's from...
The Catherine V. and Virginia E. Tenuta Scholarship is made possible by a gift from Virginia Tenuta and her late sister, Catherine. Both received bachelor's degrees from the University of Wisconsin--Virginia's from the School of Education and Catherine's from the College of Letters and Sciences. Both later completed master's degrees. Virginia taught in the Wausau and Kenosha public schools, with much of her career spent in guidance counseling. Catherine taught at Marquette University, at the UW Extension Centers in Kenosha, Racine, and Milwaukee, and in the Kenosha public schools.
Full-time undergraduate students who show a high degree of promise in their chosen field of study who have demonstrated achievement in high school or at the university, and have made volunteer contributions to school, community, or church. Preference for students who do not meet requirements for federal college assistance such as Pell Grants and are below the definition of high income family. Preference for students from Kenosha County.
Selected by Minority Programs Committee
Selected by Minority Programs Committee
The Chancellor's Scholarship Program and Powers-Knapp Scholarship Program are merit-based, campus-wide scholarships awarded to academically outstanding and talented young people pursuing all majors. The Chancellor's and Powers-Knapp Scholarship Programs are committed to assisting scholars in their pursuit of personal and...
The Chancellor's Scholarship Program and Powers-Knapp Scholarship Program are merit-based, campus-wide scholarships awarded to academically outstanding and talented young people pursuing all majors. The Chancellor's and Powers-Knapp Scholarship Programs are committed to assisting scholars in their pursuit of personal and academic excellence during their undergraduate careers.
<ul> <li> Applicants must plan to enroll as a new freshman in the fall following graduation from high school</li> <li> Be a member of one of the following groups:</li> <ol> <li> African American</li> <li> American Indian</li> <li> Hispanic/Latino</li> <li> Southeast Asian (Cambodian, Hmong, Laotian, or Vietnamese)</li> <li> Socioeconomically disadvantaged</li> </ol> <li> Demonstrate outstanding academic performance (3.0/4.0 GPA or higher in academic units)</li> <li> Be a U.S. citizen</li> </ul> A faculty/staff committee carefully reviews each eligible application and selects scholars on the basis of their demonstrated academic success in high school, involvement in school/community organizations, leadership skills, and abilities to excel in the university's rigorous educational environment.
This scholarship provides a multi-year award to a high achieving incoming freshman who must have graduated in the top five percent of either a public or a private Wisconsin high school and who intends to work toward a degree in...
This scholarship provides a multi-year award to a high achieving incoming freshman who must have graduated in the top five percent of either a public or a private Wisconsin high school and who intends to work toward a degree in the College of Letters and Science. Award amounts and availability are subject to vary at any time.
Recipients must be high achieving incoming freshman who must have graduated in the top five percent of either a public or a private Wisconsin high school and who intends to work toward a degree in the College of Letters and Science. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
Charles L. Ream graduated with an M.S. in Soil Science from the University of Wisconsin. Mr. Ream's career was spent in the area of turf management and greens keeping at various country clubs throughout the state of Wisconsin. He served...
Charles L. Ream graduated with an M.S. in Soil Science from the University of Wisconsin. Mr. Ream's career was spent in the area of turf management and greens keeping at various country clubs throughout the state of Wisconsin. He served as the second Vice-President of the Wisconsin Greenkeepers' Association, and as a member of the United States Golf Association - Green Section's Midwest turf garden. This scholarship is provided for by Alice C. Ream in memory of her late husband.
Awarded to CALS undergraduate students majoring in Soil Science with interest in water management and/or conservation. A minimum GPA of 3.0 is required. Financial need is considered but not required for this award.
This fund was established on February 9, 1973 as a request within the Last Will & Testament of Charline M. Wackman dated October 19, 1961. Mary Brabyn Wackman was Charline¿s mother who preceded her death by some years. These scholarships...
This fund was established on February 9, 1973 as a request within the Last Will & Testament of Charline M. Wackman dated October 19, 1961. Mary Brabyn Wackman was Charline¿s mother who preceded her death by some years. These scholarships were established for students in the performing arts related to theatrical production.
Wisconsin resident; graduate and undergraduate; show evidence of significant participation in speech and drama; good academic standing
Study areas: education and special education
Study areas: education and special education
Applicant must be a Wisconsin resident who enrolled at an accredited school and is the child, wife, or widow of a veteran; granddaughters and great-granddaughters of veterans are eligible if they are American Legion Auxiliary members. Minimum 3.2 GPA and financial need required.
In 1998 Chiquita Brands established this scholarship for the purpose of paying tribute to the life, work, and contributions of Carleton A. Friday - a prominent leader in the Wisconsin food processing industry. Mr. Friday served the canning industry for...
In 1998 Chiquita Brands established this scholarship for the purpose of paying tribute to the life, work, and contributions of Carleton A. Friday - a prominent leader in the Wisconsin food processing industry. Mr. Friday served the canning industry for many years as president and director of the Wisconsin Food Processors Association and also as a member of the Board of Directors of the National Food Processors Association. The scholarship serves to invest in the education of future leaders for the food industry.
Awarded to CALS undergraduate or graduate students majoring in Food Science. A minimum GPA of 3.5 is required. Extracurricular activities are considered.
This scholarship has been provided in honor of Chris L. Christensen. Originally from Minden Nebraska, Chris is a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and its college of agriculture. In July, 1829, after multiple years of adventures with the U.S....
This scholarship has been provided in honor of Chris L. Christensen. Originally from Minden Nebraska, Chris is a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and its college of agriculture. In July, 1829, after multiple years of adventures with the U.S. department of agriculture, Chris was appointed executive secretary of the federal farm board.
This scholarship is for students in the Farm and Industry Short Course (FISC) or degree program students in CALS or SoHE. The recipients are to be freshman students with a farm background or first year FISC students.
Applicant must be a graduating senior from Wisconsin Dells High School who was selected as the "Most Congenial" female member of the graduating class
Applicant must be a graduating senior from Wisconsin Dells High School who was selected as the "Most Congenial" female member of the graduating class
Support students in the College of Engineering who are in need of and deserving of financial aid; preference given to students in the Department of Mining and Metallurgy/ Material Science and Engineering.
Support students in the College of Engineering who are in need of and deserving of financial aid; preference given to students in the Department of Mining and Metallurgy/ Material Science and Engineering.
Current MS&E Undergrad student
This scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
This scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
Recipients will be high achieving incoming freshman. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
Due to the generosity of donors, the Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin awards over 120 scholarships to students every year for educational financial support.
Due to the generosity of donors, the Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin awards over 120 scholarships to students every year for educational financial support.
Applicant must be a graduating senior from Stevens Point Area Senior High or Pacelli High School who will be pursing a post-secondary degree in finance or a business-related field (preferred, but not required). Minimum 2.5 GPA required; attributes of good citizenship and service in school or community must be demonstrated.
William Comstock was born in Iowa, but spent most of his life in Portage, Wisconsin. He was the owner of the Portage Daily Register, and an avid curler. He helped to develop, build and promote the Portage Industrial Development Corporation....
William Comstock was born in Iowa, but spent most of his life in Portage, Wisconsin. He was the owner of the Portage Daily Register, and an avid curler. He helped to develop, build and promote the Portage Industrial Development Corporation. His scholarship provides support for wildlife, conservation and general ecology.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS studying conservation or wildlife and general ecology. Career interest of Natural Resource Management/Conservation is required. Preference is given to students who have graduated from Columbia County high schools.
Tuition grants are offered each term to support adults who have experienced a significant break in their formal education and do not qualify for federal financial aid or scholarships due to their part-time enrollment status.
Tuition grants are offered each term to support adults who have experienced a significant break in their formal education and do not qualify for federal financial aid or scholarships due to their part-time enrollment status.
Applicants must be returning adult students with a significant break in their formal education of five or more years. This includes degree-seeking students enrolled less than half-time and non-degree University Special students not eligible for financial aid. (Dissertators and full-time degree seeking students are not eligible.) Student must demonstrate financial need as indicated within the application. Recipients will be selected primarily on the basis of financial need, clearly expressed educational goals and significant interruption (usually five years or more) in formal education. The balancing of such factors as number of degrees already completed, length of interruption in education, proximity to completion of educational goal, recent academic performance and other indications of potential academic success at UW-Madison will result in the allocation of grants as funds allow. Priority given to those who are on a path to earn a first undergraduate degree, including those currently in special student status.
Due to the generosity of donors, the Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin awards over 120 scholarships to students every year for educational financial support.
Due to the generosity of donors, the Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin awards over 120 scholarships to students every year for educational financial support.
Applicant must be a graduating senior of Stevens Point Area Senior High who has been accepted into a post-secondary educational institution. Minimum 3.5 GPA and essay required.
According to the will of Dr. Calvin K. Jayne, a physician in Dane County, upon the death of his wife, Cora I. Jayne, his estate should be used as a scholarship in honor of his late wife. Since 1934, this...
According to the will of Dr. Calvin K. Jayne, a physician in Dane County, upon the death of his wife, Cora I. Jayne, his estate should be used as a scholarship in honor of his late wife. Since 1934, this scholarship has been awarded to countless, Wisconsin born, CALS students.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS who are Wisconsin residents.
This scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman, who is a Wisconsin resident with some financial need. Additionally, the student must be from a small town and must not have abused drugs or alcohol. Award availability...
This scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman, who is a Wisconsin resident with some financial need. Additionally, the student must be from a small town and must not have abused drugs or alcohol. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
The recipient must be an incoming freshman with some financial need (FAFSA not required), who is also a U.S. citizen and Wisconsin resident from a town with a population of 20,000 or less with a 3.0 or above high school cumulative GPA and has no history of drug or alcohol abuse. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
The Curti Prize is awarded for the best historical essay of term-paper size and scope, written by an undergraduate non-major.
The Curti Prize is awarded for the best historical essay of term-paper size and scope, written by an undergraduate non-major.
Applicants must not be history majors. Essays must be at least 10-15 pages in length and written for a history course.
This scholarship is one of a number of scholarships available to non-traditional or returning adult students. In particular, it supports women returning to school to complete their undergraduate or graduate degrees.
This scholarship is one of a number of scholarships available to non-traditional or returning adult students. In particular, it supports women returning to school to complete their undergraduate or graduate degrees.
To be eligible for award consideration, an applicant must be 1) female; 2) in financial need; 3) possessing academic merit; 4) returning to school after some break in education; 5) admitted to an undergraduate or graduate degree program; and 6) a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, asylee, or other eligible non-citizen. 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. Prospective students who have not yet been admitted as UW-Madison degree candidates should submit an application for admission well before the scholarship deadline, and must anticipate an admissions decision by mid-March. Awards will be contingent upon enrollment during the scholarship year.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary at any time.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary at any time.
Recipients must be incoming freshman with financial need. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
This scholarship is available to UW-Madison students participating in the following DDEEA-affiliated programs: Center for Educational Opportunity, Chancellor's & Powers Knapp Scholarship Program, First Wave, PEOPLE, or the Posse Program. The scholarship was designed to support DDEEA Scholars who...
This scholarship is available to UW-Madison students participating in the following DDEEA-affiliated programs: Center for Educational Opportunity, Chancellor's & Powers Knapp Scholarship Program, First Wave, PEOPLE, or the Posse Program. The scholarship was designed to support DDEEA Scholars who are engaging in study abroad opportunities during the Winter Intersession 2017-18, and Summer 2018; must be participating on an International Academic Programs (IAP) study abroad program.
<ol> <li>Students must participate in one of the following programs within the Division of Diversity, Equity & Educational Achievement: <ul> <li>Center for Educational Opportunity</li> <li>Chancellor's & Powers Knapp Scholarship Program</li> <li>First Wave</li> <li>PEOPLE</li> <li>Posse Program</li> </ul></li> <li>Students must be in the process of applying, or have already applied, to an International Academic Program (IAP) study abroad program for Winter Intersession 2017-2018 (UW Global Gateway Programs are not eligible)</li> <li>Students will have at least one semester on UW-Madison's campus after you return from your study abroad program</li> <li>Students commit to the DDEEA Global Scholars Scholarship pre-departure, Global Scholars Project, and upon return requirements</li> </ol> Student applications will undergo a holistic review to include the following considerations: <ul> <li>Financial Need</li> <li>STEM</li> <li>First Time Abroad</li> <li>First Generation College Student</li> <li>Program is less than four weeks</li> <li>Time to Degree Completion</li> <li>Two Essays</li> </ul>
Mechanical Engineering major
Mechanical Engineering major Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form
This CALS scholarship is provided by the Dairy Science Department.
This CALS scholarship is provided by the Dairy Science Department.
Awarded to CALS undergraduate students majoring in Dairy Science. Preference given to incoming freshmen.
Students in the School of Education 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 in the School of Education 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 in the School of Education with financial need (as determined by the Office of Student Financial Services) who would be unable to afford a college education without financial assistance.
For students who are members of the Association of Women in Agriculture Organization. This scholarship is provided by the Daughters of Demeter Organization.
For students who are members of the Association of Women in Agriculture Organization. This scholarship is provided by the Daughters of Demeter Organization.
Glenn Pound, the Emeritus Dean of the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, established this scholarship in memory of his wife, Daisy Cole Pound. She had a lifelong affiliation with Daughters of Demeter including serving as their president from 1961-1962....
Glenn Pound, the Emeritus Dean of the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, established this scholarship in memory of his wife, Daisy Cole Pound. She had a lifelong affiliation with Daughters of Demeter including serving as their president from 1961-1962. This scholarship is awarded to any CALS undergraduate student in memory of Daisy¿s life and service to the Daughters of Demeter organization.
Awarded to students in CALS based on high academic achievement. Minimum GPA of 3.5 is required.
The Daughters of Demeter was originally founded in 1917 by wives of the faculty of the College of Agriculture. Greek mythology provided the name of the organization as Demeter was the goddess who watched over the earth's fruits and grains....
The Daughters of Demeter was originally founded in 1917 by wives of the faculty of the College of Agriculture. Greek mythology provided the name of the organization as Demeter was the goddess who watched over the earth's fruits and grains. The organization has always supported educational and charitable projects of the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences and in the Madison community, and continues to give gracious gifts to CALS students each academic year.
Awarded to undergraduate minority students in CALS.
This CALS scholarship is provided by The Daughters of Demeter. The Daughters of Demeter is an organization of those who share an interest in agriculture and a commitment to education and service.
This CALS scholarship is provided by The Daughters of Demeter. The Daughters of Demeter is an organization of those who share an interest in agriculture and a commitment to education and service.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS who are studying abroad or participating in international internships.
Dr. David Curwen joined the UW Department of Horticulture in 1963 after earning his Ph.D at Penn State. Some of his many accomplishments while on campus include developing and delivering effective wind erosion control, improved irrigation management, and reducing the...
Dr. David Curwen joined the UW Department of Horticulture in 1963 after earning his Ph.D at Penn State. Some of his many accomplishments while on campus include developing and delivering effective wind erosion control, improved irrigation management, and reducing the need for pesticides for potatoes and other vegetables. This scholarship is set up in recognition of his career.
Awarded to undergraduate students enrolled in the Department of Horticulture. Preference is given to students who demonstrate leadership ability, have good academic standing. A minimum GPA of 3.0 is required.
Applicant must be a graduating senior from Wisconsin Dells High School who will attend a four-year college or university in Wisconsin pursuing a degree in the applied sciences. Financial need must be demonstrated.
Applicant must be a graduating senior from Wisconsin Dells High School who will attend a four-year college or university in Wisconsin pursuing a degree in the applied sciences. Financial need must be demonstrated.
Mary Ellen Coryell, a Wisconsin native, served in the Army as a typist for US Army Intelligence in Austria. Following her Army stint, Ms. Coryell worked for Lukens Steel Company until her retirement. She retired in Ohio, where she spent...
Mary Ellen Coryell, a Wisconsin native, served in the Army as a typist for US Army Intelligence in Austria. Following her Army stint, Ms. Coryell worked for Lukens Steel Company until her retirement. She retired in Ohio, where she spent much of her retirement helping the Montgomery Women's Club. Upon her death she set up a Foundation to provide not only scholarships for this club, but also to CALS at the UW-Madison in honor of her father, John DeGrand Coryell. He was a Wisconsin farmer, and this scholarship was established to honor his past by helping future generations of farmers in Wisconsin.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS who are from Monroe High School with a minimum overall GPA of 3.0.
Mechanical Engineering major; U.S. Citizen; Wisconsin resident; graduate of a Wisconsin High School; top 10% of class; financial need
Mechanical Engineering major; U.S. Citizen; Wisconsin resident; graduate of a Wisconsin High School; top 10% of class; financial need Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form
Merit based scholarship given to a declared economics major.
Merit based scholarship given to a declared economics major.
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.
Delta Theta Sigma is based on the ideals of pursuing excellence in scholarship, fostering the spirit of brotherhood, ensuring social and cultural unity, and furthering knowledge and study in agriculture. The Gamma Chapter at UW-Madison began in 1928. ...
Delta Theta Sigma is based on the ideals of pursuing excellence in scholarship, fostering the spirit of brotherhood, ensuring social and cultural unity, and furthering knowledge and study in agriculture. The Gamma Chapter at UW-Madison began in 1928. A notable member, Conrad Elvjehm, identified Niacin and later became president of UW-Madison.
To recognize Dr. Dennis Buege's long and distinguished career in Meat Science at the UW and as an advisor to the Wisconsin Association of Meat Science Association (WAMP), the association set up this scholarship in his name. The "meat science...
To recognize Dr. Dennis Buege's long and distinguished career in Meat Science at the UW and as an advisor to the Wisconsin Association of Meat Science Association (WAMP), the association set up this scholarship in his name. The "meat science guy", as he was known, was considered a national resource for information on the nutritional composition of fresh and processed meat.
Awarded to undergraduate or graduate students who plan to pursue a career in the field of meat science.
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.
In memory of her husband, Dick J. Stith, an emeritus professor in the Biological Systems Engineering department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Grace B. Stith established a scholarship to honor his life and work. One of his many research interests...
In memory of her husband, Dick J. Stith, an emeritus professor in the Biological Systems Engineering department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Grace B. Stith established a scholarship to honor his life and work. One of his many research interests included home maintenance and heat loss and the beginning studies of solar power.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS majoring in Biological Systems Engineering.
Mechanical Engineering student; 1/2 awards to female students
Mechanical Engineering student; 1/2 awards to female students Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form
The name "Diercks" is synonymous with leadership in the Wisconsin potato industry. Now under the leadership of its fourth generation the Dierck's Family, and this scholarship serve to honor the family legacy of work to provide leadership and partnership between...
The name "Diercks" is synonymous with leadership in the Wisconsin potato industry. Now under the leadership of its fourth generation the Dierck's Family, and this scholarship serve to honor the family legacy of work to provide leadership and partnership between potato growers and UW-Madison researchers.
Awarded to students who have attended a rural Wisconsin high school as defined by the United States Census Bureau.
The fund will provide financial support to undergraduate and graduate students within the Department of Material Science and Engineering.
The fund will provide financial support to undergraduate and graduate students within the Department of Material Science and Engineering.
Current MS&E undergraduate and graduate student Current MS&E undergraduate and graduate student
One time award to incoming freshmen engineering students. First priority to students graduating from Freeport High School in Freeport, IL; then to graduates of any high school in Stephenson County, IL; then to any qualified engineering student.
One time award to incoming freshmen engineering students. First priority to students graduating from Freeport High School in Freeport, IL; then to graduates of any high school in Stephenson County, IL; then to any qualified engineering student.
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 provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman with demonstrated need. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
This scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman with demonstrated need. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
Recipients will be high achieving incoming freshmen with demonstrated need. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
This scholarship recognizes and pays tribute to the lifework and legacy of Donald R. Field, who is a graduate of the College and was an Associate Dean of the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, Associate Director of the Wisconsin...
This scholarship recognizes and pays tribute to the lifework and legacy of Donald R. Field, who is a graduate of the College and was an Associate Dean of the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, Associate Director of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station, Director, School of Natural Resources and a faculty member in the Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology. It further pays tribute to the lifework and legacy of Nancy Hayden Field, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin who received a Kemper K. Knapp Scholarship all four years of her undergraduate years. Nancy was a cheerleader from 1961-63, and in later years an active participant in College organizations and projects such as the Daughters of Demeter and University League. She is author and publisher of children's nature books.
Awarded to an undergraduate enrolled in any CALS major whose program includes a natural resource, environmental and/or conservation focus. Students with quality extracurricular activity experiences will be given priority consideration. A minimum GPA of 3.0 required. This scholarship may be renewable for up to 4 years of undergraduate studies if the recipient maintains a minimum 3.0 GPA.
Funding for freshman women students majoring in Physical Education.
Funding for freshman women students majoring in Physical Education.
The purpose of the fund is to aid freshman women students majoring in Physical Education in the School of Education for scholarships, programs and service.
Dorothy Strong was as a faculty member in the Department of Home Economics/Food and Nutrition Sciences departments from 1930 until her retirement in 1970. Her area of focus was food-borne illnesses. She served in several roles during her tenure at...
Dorothy Strong was as a faculty member in the Department of Home Economics/Food and Nutrition Sciences departments from 1930 until her retirement in 1970. Her area of focus was food-borne illnesses. She served in several roles during her tenure at UW-Madison, including department chair from 1951-68. Her dedicated outreach to teaching, administration, and research was recognized in 1970 by her receiving the Bordon Research Award. This fund was established in June 1995 with a gift from the estate of Dr. Strong, and is to be used to support women students at UW-Madison in the various fields of biological and physical science.
Awarded to undergraduate female students in CALS interested in the fields of biological and physical science.
Students must be enrolled full-time in both semesters of the academic year and be physics majors.
Students must be enrolled full-time in both semesters of the academic year and be physics majors. Eligible candidates for this scholarship must demonstrate both academic excellence and financial need.
Dr. William P. Mortenson and Mrs. Luella S. Mortenson, both distinguished UW-Madison instructors, had long and respective careers in their respective fields. Dr. Mortenson taught for nearly 30 years in the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics and authored of...
Dr. William P. Mortenson and Mrs. Luella S. Mortenson, both distinguished UW-Madison instructors, had long and respective careers in their respective fields. Dr. Mortenson taught for nearly 30 years in the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics and authored of more than 100 technical articles and five books. Luella Mortenson, also a UW instructor, served as a Home Economics Extension Agent and as Director of Home Economics Extension. She was also heard frequently on WHA radio. The Mortenson scholarship is for CALS and SoHE students to commemorate their careers on campus.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS.
The Dudley P. Howe Memorial Scholarship in the Arts was established as a gift/bequest from alumni and friends.
The Dudley P. Howe Memorial Scholarship in the Arts was established as a gift/bequest from alumni and friends.
Undergraduate students in Art or Art Education
Scholarship for MS&E Students;
Scholarship for MS&E Students;
Current MS&E Undergraduate Student
How can great marketing impact the world? What have you done to showcase your passion for building and marketing new products, whether it be through a past internship or working on a new online business in your garage? Can you...
How can great marketing impact the world? What have you done to showcase your passion for building and marketing new products, whether it be through a past internship or working on a new online business in your garage? Can you talk about a new product or business idea that could fare well in the ecommerce world? What about this new idea is going to benefit potential customers and make their lives easier? If you're more into the technology science area, feel free to talk about your aspirations as an ecommerce developer or designer. Are you currently working on an idea that could potentially improve the way ecommerce professionals work on a daily basis? Please submit your response to Ecommerce Platforms. After that, we'll review all responses and the winner will receive a $2,000 check to be spent on tuition fees and supplies for school.
Only accept candidates who show proof that they are studying and enrolled with an accredited school program. You must be at least ten years old to apply, so the ages are really open to just about anyone. The scholarship competition is considered an international one, so don't feel like your school might be disqualified for its location. Terms and conditions apply.
The Edith L. Gilbertson Scholarship was established in 1984 with a bequest to the UW Foundation for the purpose of "advancing the field of art."
The Edith L. Gilbertson Scholarship was established in 1984 with a bequest to the UW Foundation for the purpose of "advancing the field of art."
Undergraduate art majors
Betty was born on Dec. 6, 1917, in Madison, Wisconsin. She was the beloved daughter of Edna Elizabeth Frautschi and Walter Emil Schmidt. She was a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, School of Nursing and did graduate work at...
Betty was born on Dec. 6, 1917, in Madison, Wisconsin. She was the beloved daughter of Edna Elizabeth Frautschi and Walter Emil Schmidt. She was a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, School of Nursing and did graduate work at the University of Chicago. Betty and her husband Bob had four children and their love for the community was unmatched. Betty was known to volunteer at hospitals until she was in her late 80¿s. This scholarship is given in Betty and her parents honor.
Awarded to CALS incoming freshmen in the Dairy Science Department. Minimum GPA 3.5.
A campus-wide scholarship for students with disabilities, established by David W. Adams in memory of his step-father, a 1924 graduate of the School of Commerce.
A campus-wide scholarship for students with disabilities, established by David W. Adams in memory of his step-father, a 1924 graduate of the School of Commerce.
Students may be undergraduate, graduate or professional school students. Students must have a disability.
GPA 3.3 minimun
GPA 3.3 minimun
Current ME undergraduate student Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form.
The Eleanor S. Hicks Scholarship was established by Stratton E. Hicks in honor of his wife, and is supported by their son, Harold, and daughter, Dr. Judith Stiehm. In the 1920's, Mrs. Hicks traveled from Sterling, Kansas, to Madison...
The Eleanor S. Hicks Scholarship was established by Stratton E. Hicks in honor of his wife, and is supported by their son, Harold, and daughter, Dr. Judith Stiehm. In the 1920's, Mrs. Hicks traveled from Sterling, Kansas, to Madison in order to pursue a teaching degree at UW-Madison-a courageous move at the time and evidence of her commitment to education. She graduated in 1930 with a degree in physical education, which she taught at an elementary school in Michigan for three years before moving back to Madison. Mrs. Hicks, who passed away in 2000 at the age of 93, was an active community volunteer and strong supporter of education throughout her life.
Undergraduate enrolled in the Physical Education program with preference given to a female student
The Elizabeth Sewell Scholarship in Art Metals was established in 2001 by the late William H. Sewell, UW Professor Emeritus of Sociology and former University Chancellor. The award honors his wife, Elizabeth Sewell, who began her career as an...
The Elizabeth Sewell Scholarship in Art Metals was established in 2001 by the late William H. Sewell, UW Professor Emeritus of Sociology and former University Chancellor. The award honors his wife, Elizabeth Sewell, who began her career as an artist in 1962 when she took jewelry-making classes at the Madison Area Technical College. Several years later she enrolled in the art metals program at the University. The jewelry and small sculptures she created won numerous awards.
Undergraduates studying art metals
The Elizabeth Waters Memorial Scholarship was established to honor Ms. Waters, a former Regent of the University and a member of the Regents' Committee on Physical Education which assisted in the formation of the Department of Physical Education for Women.
The Elizabeth Waters Memorial Scholarship was established to honor Ms. Waters, a former Regent of the University and a member of the Regents' Committee on Physical Education which assisted in the formation of the Department of Physical Education for Women.
Female undergraduates majoring in teacher education curriculum or physical education or dance. Evidence of being active in extra curricular activities and must have a 2.75 overall GPA and at least a 3.25 in department work. Financial need and merit are considered.
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.
Merit scholarships to undergraduate Mechanical Engineering students; Wisconsin residents
Merit scholarships to undergraduate Mechanical Engineering students; Wisconsin residents Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form
This CALS scholarship is given in honor of Ellward H. Wolff. Wolff was a large contributor to the Wisconsin Turkey Federation, and he resided in Belleville, Wisconsin. His scholarship fund was established by his family and friends of in January...
This CALS scholarship is given in honor of Ellward H. Wolff. Wolff was a large contributor to the Wisconsin Turkey Federation, and he resided in Belleville, Wisconsin. His scholarship fund was established by his family and friends of in January 1988.
Awarded to undergraduate students majoring in Poultry Science. Preference given to freshmen or sophomores and Wisconsin residents.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Elmer Ebling.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Elmer Ebling.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS. Preference is given to students who live on a family farm.
Due to the generosity of our donors, the Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin awards over 120 scholarships to students every year for educational financial support. Most of the scholarship funds have been established as endowments, so students will continue...
Due to the generosity of our donors, the Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin awards over 120 scholarships to students every year for educational financial support. Most of the scholarship funds have been established as endowments, so students will continue to benefit long after the donor's lifetime.
Applicant must be a graduate of Stevens Point Area Senior High who is pursuing a post-secondary degree in a business related or public service field from the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point. Minimum 2.5 GPA required.
Elsa Thomsen was born in Hubbell, Michigan. She was a graduate of Medford High School and Whitewater Normal School. Her husband was a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and this is where Elsa and her family resided throughout most...
Elsa Thomsen was born in Hubbell, Michigan. She was a graduate of Medford High School and Whitewater Normal School. Her husband was a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and this is where Elsa and her family resided throughout most of their lives. She was an active volunteer with the American Red Cross and University Hospital. A member of the Daughters of Demeter, this award is given at the bequest of Elsa Thomsen, who passed away in August, 1998.
All CALS students are eligible.
This $400 scholarship will be awarded to a declared economics major.
This $400 scholarship will be awarded to a declared economics major.
The Wisconsin Dells Education Foundation raises, invests and distributes scholarship funds for the benefit of graduates from Wisconsin Dells High School.
The Wisconsin Dells Education Foundation raises, invests and distributes scholarship funds for the benefit of graduates from Wisconsin Dells High School.
Applicant must be a resident of the Wisconsin Dells School District who will pursue a vocational degree.
The Endowment of Undergraduate Excellence fund was created through the generosity of multiple donors in 1997 at the University of Wisconsin Foundation. This College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) fund is used to support CALS students in a...
The Endowment of Undergraduate Excellence fund was created through the generosity of multiple donors in 1997 at the University of Wisconsin Foundation. This College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) fund is used to support CALS students in a variety of ways with the purpose of enhancing their undergraduate experiences beyond the classroom; this support includes scholarships for students participating in international and study abroad programs and internships.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS who are studying abroad or participating in international internships.
This CALS scholarship is provided by the Endowment for Undergraduate Excellence.
This CALS scholarship is provided by the Endowment for Undergraduate Excellence.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS who are studying abroad.
The Engineering Diversity Scholarship is a scholarship fund supported by many donors who wish to encourage broadened participation in Engineering.
The Engineering Diversity Scholarship is a scholarship fund supported by many donors who wish to encourage broadened participation in Engineering.
Academically-talented incoming engineering undergraduate students who are underrepresented in engineering, including women of all ethnicities, African-American, Latina/o, Southeast Asian, Native American/Hawaiian Native/Alaskan Native, and Pacific Islander, low income and/or educationally disadvantaged students. Selection is based on academic merit, quality of application, match to the Diversity Affairs Office mission of broadening participation in engineering, and financial need.
Applicant must be a graduate of a Wisconsin high school
Applicant must be a graduate of a Wisconsin high school
This scholarship provides a one-year scholarship to a high achieving incoming freshman. Award amounts and availability are subject to vary at any time.
This scholarship provides a one-year scholarship to a high achieving incoming freshman. Award amounts and availability are subject to vary at any time.
Recipients will be high achieving incoming freshman. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Ervin W. Schroeder. Schroeder was born on September 25th, 1908, in Fort Atkinson, WI. He received B.S. degrees in agriculture and in mechanical engineering from UW-Madison in 1933 and an M.S. degree...
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Ervin W. Schroeder. Schroeder was born on September 25th, 1908, in Fort Atkinson, WI. He received B.S. degrees in agriculture and in mechanical engineering from UW-Madison in 1933 and an M.S. degree in agricultural engineering at Penn State University. Schroeder was a professor of Agricultural Engineering from 1936-1946 at Penn State and was professor and head of Agricultural Engineering at Oklahoma State University from 1947 until retirement in 1974. He was internationally recognized and participated in many consulting trips to Lebanon, Ethiopia, Guatemala, and Colombia to help change agriculture on a global scale.
Awarded to an undergraduate student within the department of Biological Systems Engineering. Minimum GPA is 3.5.
Undergrad or grad scholarships in ME
Undergrad or grad scholarships in ME
Mechanical Engineering major Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form
This fund was established by Judge Dale E. Ihlenfeldt in memory of his mother, Mrs. Esther Irene Ihlenfeldt. She was born on July 16th, 1894. She was a grade school teacher starting at the age of 17 before marrying Roy...
This fund was established by Judge Dale E. Ihlenfeldt in memory of his mother, Mrs. Esther Irene Ihlenfeldt. She was born on July 16th, 1894. She was a grade school teacher starting at the age of 17 before marrying Roy Ihlenfeldt. They moved to Madison in 1936, where Ester served as the secretary of the Dane County Humane Society.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS studying in the field of conservation. Preference is given to female students. Career interest required: Natural Resource Management/Conservation.
The Ethel J. Odegard Scholarship was established by a bequest to the UW Foundation for student scholarships. Ms. Odegard was a nurse from Whitewater, Wisconsin. Because of her appreciation of the fine arts, Ms. Odegard established scholarships for...
The Ethel J. Odegard Scholarship was established by a bequest to the UW Foundation for student scholarships. Ms. Odegard was a nurse from Whitewater, Wisconsin. Because of her appreciation of the fine arts, Ms. Odegard established scholarships for art students (undergraduate or graduate).
Undergraduates majoring in art selected on the basis of need and scholastic ability who in Ms. Odegard's words "strive to be industrious and good citizens."
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.
The Ream Family established this scholarship fund to support students majoring in agronomy or plant breeding and genetics. Howard Ream was a UW-Madison graduate, receiving his BS in Agronomy with a minor in Soils & Botany and an MS degree...
The Ream Family established this scholarship fund to support students majoring in agronomy or plant breeding and genetics. Howard Ream was a UW-Madison graduate, receiving his BS in Agronomy with a minor in Soils & Botany and an MS degree in Agronomy.
Awarded to CALS undergraduate or graduate students majoring in Agronomy, Horticulture, or plant breeding and genetics.
The Ream Family established this scholarship fund to support students majoring in agronomy or plant breeding and genetics. Howard Ream was a UW-Madison graduate, receiving his BS in Agronomy with a minor in Soils & Botany and an MS degree...
The Ream Family established this scholarship fund to support students majoring in agronomy or plant breeding and genetics. Howard Ream was a UW-Madison graduate, receiving his BS in Agronomy with a minor in Soils & Botany and an MS degree in Agronomy.
Awarded to CALS undergraduate students studying Agronomy, Horticulture, or Plant Breeding/Plant Genetics. Preference given to undergrads.
Evelyn T Crowe was an undergraduate in CALS who majored in Rural Sociology. She wished to recognize her appreciation for her excellent education by establishing a scholarship for students in Community and Environmental Sociology and graduate students in the combined...
Evelyn T Crowe was an undergraduate in CALS who majored in Rural Sociology. She wished to recognize her appreciation for her excellent education by establishing a scholarship for students in Community and Environmental Sociology and graduate students in the combined Community and Environmental Sociology/Sociology program.
Awarded to students majoring in Community and Environmental Sociology.
This scholarship is available to degree-seeking UW-Madison Freshman undergraduate students who are studying abroad on a First Year Interest Group Sequels (FIGs) program through International Academic Programs (IAP). Applicant must be in the process of applying, or have already applied,...
This scholarship is available to degree-seeking UW-Madison Freshman undergraduate students who are studying abroad on a First Year Interest Group Sequels (FIGs) program through International Academic Programs (IAP). Applicant must be in the process of applying, or have already applied, to the UW Ceiba Rainforest and Coral Reefs FIG Field Expedition in Belize study abroad program for Winter Intersession 2017-18.
This scholarship is available to degree-seeking UW-Madison Freshman undergraduate students who are studying abroad on a First Year Interest Group Sequels (FIGs) program through International Academic Programs (IAP). Applicant must be currently enrolled in the Rainforests and Coral Reefs FIG course on the UW-Madison campus. 2 short essays required
The FIRST Alumni Diversity Scholarship is a competitive scholarship program for incoming students to the College of Engineering who are alumni of a FIRST Robotics club.
The FIRST Alumni Diversity Scholarship is a competitive scholarship program for incoming students to the College of Engineering who are alumni of a FIRST Robotics club.
Students with an intended major in engineering, who participated in FIRST Robotics and are from a group that is historically underrepresented in engineering (women of all ethnicities, African American/Black, Hispanic/Latino/a, Southeast Asian American, American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, and other Pacific Islanders), low income or educationally disadvantaged students. Selection is based on recommendation from FIRST Robotics team coach, academic-merit and quality of application materials.
This CALS scholarship is provided by Farm Credit Services. A mission-driven financial cooperative, Farm Credit Services is uniquely positioned to serve farmers, ranchers, and rural Americans with a business model that includes a patronage program. Farm Credit Services...
This CALS scholarship is provided by Farm Credit Services. A mission-driven financial cooperative, Farm Credit Services is uniquely positioned to serve farmers, ranchers, and rural Americans with a business model that includes a patronage program. Farm Credit Services is a member of the Farm Credit System, whose mission is to provide sound and dependable credit to American farmers, ranchers, producers/harvesters of aquatic products, their cooperatives, and other limited types of farm related businesses.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS. Recipients must have an interest in cooperative agribusiness or agricultural finance, have demonstrated leadership ability and involvement in campus activites, community organizations, or other civic and service organizations such as 4-H or FFA. Recipients must have permanent residence within the territory served by the Wisconsin Farm Credit Association. Minimum GPA of 3.0.
Applicants must be Farmers Union members and their children in Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota and Wisconsin; and high school seniors, college students or non-traditional students seeking funding to attend either a two or four-year accredited college, university or technical school...
Applicants must be Farmers Union members and their children in Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota and Wisconsin; and high school seniors, college students or non-traditional students seeking funding to attend either a two or four-year accredited college, university or technical school for any area of study.
Applicants must submit a completed application form; copy of high school/college transcripts; letters of recommendation from a Farmer Union leader and from a teacher or professor; a three-page written essay.
Must be a Women in Mechanical Engineering group member.
Must be a Women in Mechanical Engineering group member. Must be a Women in Mechanical Engineering group member.
This fund supports undergraduate women majoring in physics or astronomy. Students must be enrolled full-time in both semesters of the academic year and be physics majors.
This fund supports undergraduate women majoring in physics or astronomy. Students must be enrolled full-time in both semesters of the academic year and be physics majors.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Ferdinand Plaenert.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Ferdinand Plaenert.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS.
This CALS scholarship is provided by The Fest Family.
This CALS scholarship is provided by The Fest Family.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS majoring in Dairy Science.
The Fest Family wishes to enhance undergraduate education and unique experiential learning opportunites in the hopes of creating a prosporous future for those interested in the dairy industry. CALS students majoring in Dairy Science benfit greatly from the generosity...
The Fest Family wishes to enhance undergraduate education and unique experiential learning opportunites in the hopes of creating a prosporous future for those interested in the dairy industry. CALS students majoring in Dairy Science benfit greatly from the generosity of the Fest Family.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS majoring in Dairy Science who are participating in study abroad experiences.
FLAS fellowships are funded by the U.S. Department of Education and administered by the UW's National Resource Centers to assist students in acquiring foreign language and either area or international studies competencies. FLAS awards are only available for specific languages...
FLAS fellowships are funded by the U.S. Department of Education and administered by the UW's National Resource Centers to assist students in acquiring foreign language and either area or international studies competencies. FLAS awards are only available for specific languages and are contingent on federal funding.
Applicants must be U.S. citizens, nationals, or permanent residents of the United States. Applications by students in professional fields are encouraged. Preference will be given to applicants with a high level of academic ability and with previous language training.
This CALS scholarship is provided by Forestry and Wildlife Ecology Department.
This CALS scholarship is provided by Forestry and Wildlife Ecology Department.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS pursuing a degree in Forestry or Forest Products
Applicants must be nominated by a Licensed/Certified Athletic Trainer. Submit the following with the application: (signed by the nominating Licensed/Certified Athletic Trainer) Embossed undergraduate transcript at completion of the semester preceding the filing of the application; Letter of recommendation completed...
Applicants must be nominated by a Licensed/Certified Athletic Trainer. Submit the following with the application: (signed by the nominating Licensed/Certified Athletic Trainer) Embossed undergraduate transcript at completion of the semester preceding the filing of the application; Letter of recommendation completed by the nominating Licensed/Certified Athletic Trainer (Section II); a second letter of recommendation completed by a nominating physician or coach.
Applicants must be members of the NATA and WATA; currently enrolled in the first year of an athletic training curriculum program at a college or university in Wisconsin; distinguished academically with an overall minimum accumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale or its equivalent; demonstrated qualities of leadership as members of the Athletic Training Student program.
Since 1988, the Engineers Foundation of Wisconsin (EFW), has been dedicated to providing scholarships and support to outstanding high school and college students pursuing engineering as a professional career.
Since 1988, the Engineers Foundation of Wisconsin (EFW), has been dedicated to providing scholarships and support to outstanding high school and college students pursuing engineering as a professional career.
Applicant must be a graduate of a high school in the Fox River Valley Chapter region planning to study engineering
The Frances Shuter Taylor Scholarship is made possible by a gift fund established in 1999 by Mrs. Taylor and her husband, Bradley. Both are graduates of UW-Madison, Mrs. Taylor from the School of Education and Mr. Taylor from the...
The Frances Shuter Taylor Scholarship is made possible by a gift fund established in 1999 by Mrs. Taylor and her husband, Bradley. Both are graduates of UW-Madison, Mrs. Taylor from the School of Education and Mr. Taylor from the School of Business. Retired from careers in international banking, the Taylors now reside in Madison. Mrs. Taylor is an emerita member of the School's Board of Visitors.
Undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds who show academic promise and are from the greater Milwaukee area. Preference will be give to students affiliated with the School of Education Minority Students Program Office.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to an incoming freshman with a preference for students from Green County, WI. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to an incoming freshman with a preference for students from Green County, WI. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
Recipients will be incoming freshmen with a preference for students from Green County, WI. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Frank Barron Morrison.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Frank Barron Morrison.
Awarded to undergraduate students who have graduated from Marshfield High School.
This scholarship was established to honor Chairman and Founder of Lessiter Media, Frank Lessiter. This scholarship is designed to support a Life Sciences Communication undergraduate student who is actively pursuing a career in agricultural news media.
This scholarship was established to honor Chairman and Founder of Lessiter Media, Frank Lessiter. This scholarship is designed to support a Life Sciences Communication undergraduate student who is actively pursuing a career in agricultural news media.
The department of Life Sciences Communication nominates students for this scholarship. Awarded to CALS Undergraduates majoring in Life Sciences Communication.
The Wisconsin Dells Education Foundation raises, invests and distributes scholarship funds for the benefit of graduates from Wisconsin Dells High School.
The Wisconsin Dells Education Foundation raises, invests and distributes scholarship funds for the benefit of graduates from Wisconsin Dells High School.
Applicant must be a graduating senior from Wisconsin Dells High School who will pursue post-secondary education at a two- or four-year accredited institution in a science-related field.
This scholarship provides a one-time award to a graduating Senior from Lodi High School. Interested students can contact the Lodi High School counseling staff for further information. Award amounts and availability are subject to vary at any time.
This scholarship provides a one-time award to a graduating Senior from Lodi High School. Interested students can contact the Lodi High School counseling staff for further information. Award amounts and availability are subject to vary at any time.
The recipient must be an incoming freshmen who is a graduate of Lodi High School in Wisconsin. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Franz & Mabel Aust. Professor Aust joined the Department of Horticulture at UW-Madison in 1915. He developed new courses for the Department and initiated a series of UW-Extension publications on...
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Franz & Mabel Aust. Professor Aust joined the Department of Horticulture at UW-Madison in 1915. He developed new courses for the Department and initiated a series of UW-Extension publications on landscape architecture. He was active in one of the state¿s first environmental advocacy groups and helped develop the first known interdisciplinary courses in the U.S. that combined human ecology and landscape planning.
Awarded to CALS undergraduate students in Landscape Architecture. Minimum GPA of 3.5.
One time award to incoming freshmen engineering students.
One time award to incoming freshmen engineering students.
In 1953, Fred Giesler began working for the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Animal Husbandry Department, as well as serving as an UW-Extension Livestock Specialist. Professor Giesler also was involved with Animal Science related organizations and enjoyed working...
In 1953, Fred Giesler began working for the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Animal Husbandry Department, as well as serving as an UW-Extension Livestock Specialist. Professor Giesler also was involved with Animal Science related organizations and enjoyed working with young people in 4-H, FFA , and college students who were interested in Animal Science.
The department of Animal Sciences nominates students for this scholarship.
Fred J. Helgren was a lifetime supporter of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He spent the majority of his college career at the University of Wisconsin Madison in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences until he was called to the...
Fred J. Helgren was a lifetime supporter of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He spent the majority of his college career at the University of Wisconsin Madison in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences until he was called to the Navy during World War I. Returning from the war, Fred graduated with a degree in agriculture in 1921 and soon after a masters degree in dairy science. He then joined Abbott Laboratories, first as a nutritional chemist, then as a pharmaceutical chemist. This scholarship is in memory of Fred and his work in the agriculture and life sciences. Recipients of this award are students in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS. Minimum GPA of 3.5.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Fred Pabst by his family and friends in order to memorialize his worldwide leadership in dairy cattle breeding and his deep affection for the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Fred Pabst by his family and friends in order to memorialize his worldwide leadership in dairy cattle breeding and his deep affection for the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Awarded to CALS freshmen, sophomore, and junior students majoring in Dairy Science. Preference given to sophomore and junior students. Minimum GPA of 2.5.
The Fund was established September 30, 1978 by Mrs. Florence Eldridge March to honor her late husband Fredric March. It is available to graduate and undergraduate students who have achieved outstanding accomplishments as a Theatre & Drama major
The Fund was established September 30, 1978 by Mrs. Florence Eldridge March to honor her late husband Fredric March. It is available to graduate and undergraduate students who have achieved outstanding accomplishments as a Theatre & Drama major
Undergraduate or graduate; outstanding accomplishments as a Theatre & Drama major
This scholarship is awarded to talented students in "Technical Theatre", preferably in scene design, but not limited to that.
This scholarship is awarded to talented students in "Technical Theatre", preferably in scene design, but not limited to that.
undergraduate, focusing in any area of technical theatre
This scholarship provides small one-time awards to a high achieving incoming freshmen. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
This scholarship provides small one-time awards to a high achieving incoming freshmen. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
Recipients must be on the finalist list for incoming freshman scholarships and must not be receiving any other College of Letters & Science scholarships. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
Full Compass signed a Memorandum of Agreement with the University of Wisconsin Foundation to establish this scholarship fund. The goal for this scholarship program is to "Keep the Arts in Wisconsin" and to help support those continuing their arts education.
Full Compass signed a Memorandum of Agreement with the University of Wisconsin Foundation to establish this scholarship fund. The goal for this scholarship program is to "Keep the Arts in Wisconsin" and to help support those continuing their arts education.
Undergraduate students with the intention to pursue or have declared a major in Theatre & Drama; Preference for 1st or 2nd year WI resident
Mechanical Engineering major with an interest in solar energy; preference to students from Northern Wisconsin
Mechanical Engineering major with an interest in solar energy; preference to students from Northern Wisconsin Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form
Scholarship designed to honor former chair of the Art Department, Phil Hamilton, and to support undergraduate or graduate students in graphic design.
Scholarship designed to honor former chair of the Art Department, Phil Hamilton, and to support undergraduate or graduate students in graphic design.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Gail Edwin & Janice Faye Janssen.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Gail Edwin & Janice Faye Janssen.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CAL majoring in Biological Systems Engineering.
This scholarship is awarded to undergraduate students in the department of Biological Systems Engineering.
This scholarship is awarded to undergraduate students in the department of Biological Systems Engineering.
This scholarship is open to undergraduate students in the department of Biological Systems Engineering.
This scholarship provides a one-time award to an incoming freshmen from Prairie Du Chien High School and/or Crawford County, WI, who is pursuing a degree in Science, Math, Engineering, or Business. Award amounts and availability are subject to vary at...
This scholarship provides a one-time award to an incoming freshmen from Prairie Du Chien High School and/or Crawford County, WI, who is pursuing a degree in Science, Math, Engineering, or Business. Award amounts and availability are subject to vary at any time.
Recipients must be incoming freshmen from Prarie Du Chien High School in and/or Crawford County, WI and must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 and be pursuing a degree in Science, Engineering, Math, or Business. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Gavin and Mary Weis.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Gavin and Mary Weis.
Awarded to CALS undergraduate students majoring in Horticulture or other plant sciences. Students must demonstrate leadership in their field and have a minimum GPA of 3.5. The department of Horticulture nominates students for this award.
This CALS scholarship is provided by General Mills.
This CALS scholarship is provided by General Mills.
Awarded to underrepresented undergraduate students in CALS interested in careers in food technology and safety. Preference given to freshmen. Minimum GPA of 2.75.
The purpose of this fund is to provide student scholarships, fellowships, and support programs and services within the Dance department.
The purpose of this fund is to provide student scholarships, fellowships, and support programs and services within the Dance department.
The George E. Shook International/Study Abroad Scholarship was established in honor of Dairy Science Emeritus Professor George Shook, and assists undergraduate students participating in international study abroad experiences.
The George E. Shook International/Study Abroad Scholarship was established in honor of Dairy Science Emeritus Professor George Shook, and assists undergraduate students participating in international study abroad experiences.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS who are studying abroad or participating in international internships. Major eligibility in order of preference: Dairy Science, Animal Science, Agronomy; Food Science; Horticulture and Soil Science. Recipient must be in good academic standing.
The George Joseph Cramer Scholarship was established in 2000 by the Art Department with contributions made in memory of Professor Cramer's son who died suddenly.
The George Joseph Cramer Scholarship was established in 2000 by the Art Department with contributions made in memory of Professor Cramer's son who died suddenly.
Undergraduate in the Art Department, specifically a student working in glass.
Selected by Minority Programs Committee
Selected by Minority Programs Committee
Scholarships for undergraduates in Mechanical Engineering.
Scholarships for undergraduates in Mechanical Engineering. Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form
This scholarship was set up to recognize the life work of Dr. George W. Sledge, who served 39 years on the faculty and 28 years as Associate Dean and Director of Academic Affairs in the College of Agricultural and Life...
This scholarship was set up to recognize the life work of Dr. George W. Sledge, who served 39 years on the faculty and 28 years as Associate Dean and Director of Academic Affairs in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, as well as Dorthy D. Sledge, who served as President of Daughters of Demeter, Inc. and President of the University League. This scholarship is for worthy, preferably needy, undergraduate students in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences in order to provide support for international experiences and study abroad programs.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS.
This scholarship was set up to recognize the life work of Dr. George W. Sledge, who served 39 years on the faculty and 28 years as Associate Dean and Director of Academic Affairs in the College of Agricultural and Life...
This scholarship was set up to recognize the life work of Dr. George W. Sledge, who served 39 years on the faculty and 28 years as Associate Dean and Director of Academic Affairs in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, as well as Dorthy D. Sledge, who served as President of Daughters of Demeter, Inc. and President of the University League. This scholarship is for worthy, preferably needy, undergraduate students in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences in order to provide support for international experiences and study abroad programs.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS who are studying abroad or participating in international internships. Minimum GPA of 2.0 required.
This scholarship was set up to recognize the life work of Dr. George W. Sledge, who served 39 years on the faculty and 28 years as Associate Dean and Director of Academic Affairs in the College of Agricultural and Life...
This scholarship was set up to recognize the life work of Dr. George W. Sledge, who served 39 years on the faculty and 28 years as Associate Dean and Director of Academic Affairs in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, as well as Dorthy D. Sledge, who served as President of Daughters of Demeter, Inc. and President of the University League. This scholarship is for worthy, preferably needy, undergraduate students in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences in order to provide support for international experiences and study abroad programs.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Georgia M. Hellberg.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Georgia M. Hellberg.
Awarded to male undergraduate students in CALS studying Agriculture who demonstrate financial need. Preference is given to students with a farming background
Gerhard B. Lee was born on the family dairy farm near Deerfield, WI. After serving in the Army during WWII, he returned to UW-Madison and completed a BS in Agriculture and later an MS in Soil Science. In...
Gerhard B. Lee was born on the family dairy farm near Deerfield, WI. After serving in the Army during WWII, he returned to UW-Madison and completed a BS in Agriculture and later an MS in Soil Science. In 1955 he received his PhD and was appointed as Assistant Professor in 1956. He became the first chair of the Land Resources graduate program and held numerous leadership positions in professional associations related to soil science.
Awarded to an undergraduate student in CALS majoring in Soil Science with a preference given to a student interested in the areas of soil morphology and pedology. This scholarship recognizes leadership and good academic performance. Preference given to students with a WI farming background.
A monetary award in memory of Gertrude E. Slaughter, Author and widow of Professor Moses S. Slaughter 1896-1923, for undergraduate students to advance their Classical studies during the summer semester at an accredited center such as the American School in...
A monetary award in memory of Gertrude E. Slaughter, Author and widow of Professor Moses S. Slaughter 1896-1923, for undergraduate students to advance their Classical studies during the summer semester at an accredited center such as the American School in Athens or the American Academy in Rome, or to participate in an active archaeological project.
Applicants must be a declared Classics, Classical Humanities, or Latin major with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 to be eligible for this award.
Full-time students with preference to Mechanical Engineering majors; need, academic excellence and involvement in extra-curricular activities
Full-time students with preference to Mechanical Engineering majors; need, academic excellence and involvement in extra-curricular activities Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form
Assist School of Education undergraduates with funding global experiences
Assist School of Education undergraduates with funding global experiences
Available to undergraduate students pursuing degrees in the School of Education. Applicants must be participants on summer 20xx study abroad programs administered through UW-Madison International Academics Programs (IAP). Funds may be used for overseas course work completed on IAP programs that will count toward the School of Education's Global Perspectives Certificate. Priority will be given to students for whom this would be their first study abroad experience, as well as for students participating on program sites in Africa, Asia, and Latin America.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
Recipients must be incoming freshman with financial need. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
Dr. Gustav Bohstedt was a distinguished Professor of Animal Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He led the development of animal nutrition as a recognized area of scientific inquiry, pioneered the study of mineral nutrition and originated the meat...
Dr. Gustav Bohstedt was a distinguished Professor of Animal Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He led the development of animal nutrition as a recognized area of scientific inquiry, pioneered the study of mineral nutrition and originated the meat science program at UW-Madison. He was a long-time member of the Kiwanis Club of Downtown Madison. To honor his memory, members of the Club established an endowment, the earnings of which support an annual scholarship to be awarded to an undergraduate student or to a graduate student in the Department of Animal Sciences or Department of Dairy Science who has a particular interest in animal nutrition.
Awarded to undergraduate and graduate students in CALS. Students must be majoring in Animal Science or Dairy Science and studying animal nutrition.
This CALS scholarship was established to honor the years of service of Jobelle Shands, a member and officer of the Daughters of Demeter. The Daughters of Demeter is an organization of those who share an interest in agriculture and...
This CALS scholarship was established to honor the years of service of Jobelle Shands, a member and officer of the Daughters of Demeter. The Daughters of Demeter is an organization of those who share an interest in agriculture and a commitment to education and service.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS who are studying abroad or participating in international internships
Applicant must be a Child, Grandchild, Great-Grandchild, Step-Child, Step Grandchild, Step Great-Grandchild, wife or widow of a Veteran.
Applicant must be a Child, Grandchild, Great-Grandchild, Step-Child, Step Grandchild, Step Great-Grandchild, wife or widow of a Veteran.
Applicant must be a Wisconsin resident who enrolled at an accredited school and is the child, wife, or widow of a veteran; granddaughters and great-granddaughters of veterans are eligible if they are American Legion Auxiliary members. Minimum 3.2 GPA and financial need required.
The donor wishes to assist undergraduate physics students who are Wisconsin residents with financial need, and who show exceptional promise for a future in physics.
The donor wishes to assist undergraduate physics students who are Wisconsin residents with financial need, and who show exceptional promise for a future in physics.
Hjalmar (Ham) Bruhn, during his 44-year career at UW-Madison, work extensively on machinery design work that includes a tree planting machine design incorporated into planters to this day. He grew up on a farm near Spring Green, WI where...
Hjalmar (Ham) Bruhn, during his 44-year career at UW-Madison, work extensively on machinery design work that includes a tree planting machine design incorporated into planters to this day. He grew up on a farm near Spring Green, WI where his interest in how machines and engineering could assist in agricultural production and efficiencies. He taught more than 4,000 short-course, undergraduate, and graduate students during his career on the UW-Madison campus.
Awarded to undergraduate students in the department of Biological Systems Engineering. The department of Biological Systems Engineering nominates students for this award.
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.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-year award to a high achieving incoming female freshman with financial need, who is unable to attend college without financial assistance. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-year award to a high achieving incoming female freshman with financial need, who is unable to attend college without financial assistance. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
Recipients must be an incoming female freshman with financial need. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Harry Sharff.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Harry Sharff.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS who are majoring in Forestry.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Hattie B.Goessling.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Hattie B.Goessling.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS majoring in Nutritional Sciences or Dietetics.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-year award to a high achieving incoming freshman from an under-represented ethnic minority background with financial need. Award amounts and availability are subject to vary at any time.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-year award to a high achieving incoming freshman from an under-represented ethnic minority background with financial need. Award amounts and availability are subject to vary at any time.
Recipients must be incoming freshmen who are part of an under-represented ethnic background and have demonstrated financial need. Eligible students must be non-residents with a preference for students from the New York-New Jersey metropolitan area. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Helen Browne Hobart.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Helen Browne Hobart.
Awarded to undergraduate students in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences. Freshmen in the upper 50% of their class or continuing students with satisfactory academic standing are eligible. Preference is given to Wisconsin residents.
Helen Herman graduated from UW-Madison in 1925 and was a high school English teacher for 41 years, devoted to student drama and performances. This scholarship is for full-time students majoring in Theatre and Drama.
Helen Herman graduated from UW-Madison in 1925 and was a high school English teacher for 41 years, devoted to student drama and performances. This scholarship is for full-time students majoring in Theatre and Drama.
Undergrads, graduates, and fellows; Full-time students majoring in the department; Academic ability, need, extracurricular activities, especially dramatic performance
The Wisconsin Dells Education Foundation raises, invests and distributes scholarship funds for the benefit of graduates from Wisconsin Dells High School.
The Wisconsin Dells Education Foundation raises, invests and distributes scholarship funds for the benefit of graduates from Wisconsin Dells High School.
Applicant must be a graduating senior who will pursue a business or business-related field (including computer science, excluding economics).
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Helen Miller.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Helen Miller.
Awarded to undergraduate or graduate students in CALS who are pursuing a degree in Forestry.
The Helen Pfuderer Smith Scholarship was established from a generous bequest made by Ms. Smith, a member of the first class of the Women's Department of Physical Education at the University.
The Helen Pfuderer Smith Scholarship was established from a generous bequest made by Ms. Smith, a member of the first class of the Women's Department of Physical Education at the University.
Female undergraduates in physical education ; based upon scholastic achievement and need
Undergraduate enrolled in Dance Program
Undergraduate enrolled in Dance Program Undergraduates in the Dance Program
Fred J. Helgren was a lifetime supporter of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He spent the majority of his college career at the University of Wisconsin Madison in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences until he was called to the...
Fred J. Helgren was a lifetime supporter of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He spent the majority of his college career at the University of Wisconsin Madison in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences until he was called to the Navy during World War I. Returning from the war, Fred graduated with a degree in agriculture in 1921 and soon after a masters degree in dairy science. He then joined Abbott Laboratories, first as a nutritional chemist, then as a pharmaceutical chemist. This scholarship is in memory of Fred and his work in the agriculture and life sciences. Recipients of this award are students in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.
Awarded to students who have attended a rural Wisconsin high school as defined by the United States Census Bureau. Preference shall be given to incoming freshmen.
3 scholarships available for Mechanical Engineering students; Must be only scholarship received by the recipient; financial need; preferably at least 1 female recipient; no student recipient may be on Co-Op
3 scholarships available for Mechanical Engineering students; Must be only scholarship received by the recipient; financial need; preferably at least 1 female recipient; no student recipient may be on Co-Op Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form
Students must be enrolled full-time in both semesters of the academic year and be undergraduate physics majors or physics graduate students.
Students must be enrolled full-time in both semesters of the academic year and be undergraduate physics majors or physics graduate students. Applicants may be undergraduate or graduate students with demonstrated financial need and display a genuine interest and ability to obtain a degree in physics.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Henry Steenbock.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Henry Steenbock.
Awarded to students in CALS with a minimum GPA of 3.0.
Scholarships given in honor of Dr. Henry Steenbock.
Scholarships given in honor of Dr. Henry Steenbock.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS.
This CALS scholarship is provided by Herbert J. Hopen.
This CALS scholarship is provided by Herbert J. Hopen.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS majoring in Horticulture. This scholarship is awarded based upon high academic achievement.
The Herbert R. Bird scholarship is a memorial to Dr. Bird's lifetime contributions and leadership in the field of poultry science.
The Herbert R. Bird scholarship is a memorial to Dr. Bird's lifetime contributions and leadership in the field of poultry science.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS, preferably seniors, pursuing a degree in Poultry Science.
The Wisconsin Dells Education Foundation raises, invests and distributes scholarship funds for the benefit of graduates from Wisconsin Dells High School.
The Wisconsin Dells Education Foundation raises, invests and distributes scholarship funds for the benefit of graduates from Wisconsin Dells High School.
Applicant must be a graduating senior enrolled in a two- or four-year program related to business management with a preference to the hospitality and restaurant management field.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Howard P. Gutgesell.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Howard P. Gutgesell.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS who plan to pursue a degree in agriculture.
Not available at this time. This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman, who is a Wisconsin resident. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
Not available at this time. This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman, who is a Wisconsin resident. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
The recipient must be an incoming freshman, who is a Wisconsin resident with financial need. Completed applications are evaluated using donor criteria and the College of Letters & Science criteria (academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment). Successful applicants should also have strong recommendations and well written essays.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Hugh A. Dega.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Hugh A. Dega.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS studying Landscape Architecture. Minimum GPA of 2.0.
Due to the generosity of donors, the Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin awards over 120 scholarships to students every year for educational financial support.
Due to the generosity of donors, the Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin awards over 120 scholarships to students every year for educational financial support.
Applicant must be a graduating senior and resident of Portage County who has been accepted to a university, college, or technical school. Minimum 2.5 GPA and essay required.
With support from the Embassy of France in the United States, IAP is pleased to offer this scholarship to students who participate on either the UW in Paris or the Aix-en-Provence study abroad program during the Spring 2018 semester.
With support from the Embassy of France in the United States, IAP is pleased to offer this scholarship to students who participate on either the UW in Paris or the Aix-en-Provence study abroad program during the Spring 2018 semester.
Open only to students participating on either the UW in Paris, or the Aix-en-Provence study abroad program. Scholarship is eligible for students participating during the Spring 2018 semester. Preference will be given to students who: demonstrate Financial Need, First Generation Students, Students who have never been abroad before for any type of experience, and to Students in STEM fields.
The IAP General Study Abroad Scholarship is for scholarships not requiring essays that are available to students planning to attend an International Academic Program (IAP) study abroad program. The IAP General Study Abroad Scholarship includes the following scholarship opportunities:...
The IAP General Study Abroad Scholarship is for scholarships not requiring essays that are available to students planning to attend an International Academic Program (IAP) study abroad program. The IAP General Study Abroad Scholarship includes the following scholarship opportunities: -Cerk Family Fund -Dorothy E Paull Fund -Elizabeth A. Garden Memorial Scholarship -George and Lisa McReddie Scholarship -Great People-International Studies Scholarship -Joseph Elder Scholarship -Julie and Michael Gerend Scholarship -Laurent A. Makward Memorial Scholarship -Morton and Lena Wax Scholarship -LACIS-Nave Scholarship -WAA Norway Chapter Scholarship for Study Abroad -Study Abroad Alumni Scholarship. Applicant must be in the process of applying, or have already applied, to an International Academic Program (IAP) study abroad program for Spring 2018, Winter Intersession 2017-18, or Calendar Year 2018.
Eligibility varies depending on the criteria of each scholarship. FAFSA not required, however financial need and Cumulative G.P.A. are partial considerations for some of the scholarships. Applicant must be in the process of applying, or have already applied, to an International Academic Program (IAP) study abroad program for Spring 2018, Winter Intersession 2017-18, or Calendar Year 2018. Student Eligibility Requirements: In order to be considered for the IAP General Study Abroad Scholarship for this application round, an applicant must: 1) Be in the process of applying, or have already applied, to an IAP study abroad program for Spring 2018, Winter Intersession 2017-18, or Calendar Year 2018; 2) Be a full-time, degree-seeking undergraduate student at UW-Madison; 3) Complete and submit scholarship application by October 15, 2017 on Scholarships@UW.
Applicants will be selected based on the primary selection criteria: (1) academic achievements; (2) major field of study; (3) statement of career goals and student special interest.
Applicants will be selected based on the primary selection criteria: (1) academic achievements; (2) major field of study; (3) statement of career goals and student special interest.
Applicants must be full time undergraduate or graduate students; must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 on an undergraduate 4.0 scale and 3.0 on a graduate 4.0 scale; must be enrolled in a natural resource discipline related to lake and/or lake watershed management; must be Illinois residents enrolled in accredited colleges and universities in Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin and/or students enrolled in an accredited Illinois college or university.
Applicants must submit a completed application form; a letter describing their goals and aspirations in the field of horticulture, a transcript of records; must attach evaluation/letters from employers, internships, work study or any horticulture/landscape experience.
Applicants must submit a completed application form; a letter describing their goals and aspirations in the field of horticulture, a transcript of records; must attach evaluation/letters from employers, internships, work study or any horticulture/landscape experience.
Applicants must be either: residents of Illinois and enrolled full-time in an accredited two or four-year college horticultural program, with course work toward a degree in a horticultural program; or, residents of Illinois and enrolled part-time in an accredited two- or four-year college horticultural program, and attending a school located in Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan, Indiana, Missouri or Iowa.
Applicant must be a Wisconsin resident who is at least 25% Native American and is enrolled in a degree or certificate program at U of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Tech Coll, or a Wisconsin independent college/university or proprietary institution. Applicant must submit...
Applicant must be a Wisconsin resident who is at least 25% Native American and is enrolled in a degree or certificate program at U of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Tech Coll, or a Wisconsin independent college/university or proprietary institution. Applicant must submit FAFSA and grant application. Renewable for up to five years if recipient continues to demonstrate financial need
Scholarships awarded to student interns that assist management of the Wisconsin Singers, UW Madison's professional entertainment company. Internships include Public Relations/Marketing, Graphic Arts, Business/project managers, Arts Administration
Scholarships awarded to student interns that assist management of the Wisconsin Singers, UW Madison's professional entertainment company. Internships include Public Relations/Marketing, Graphic Arts, Business/project managers, Arts Administration
Students of any major may apply. Must have completed at least one year of college and have some experience and/or classwork related to the internship for which they are applying.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Irving W. Gerhardt.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Irving W. Gerhardt.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS majoring in Agriculture or Conservation. Preference is given to junior or senior students.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of J.W. Watt.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of J.W. Watt.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS who are majoring in Agricultural Journalism or Life Sciences Communication.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary at any time.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary at any time.
Recipients must be incoming freshman with financial need. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Jack Gorski.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Jack Gorski.
Awarded to freshmen and sophomores in CALS majoring in Biochemistry, Dairy Science, or Animal Science. Students must be eligible for work-study. Preference is given to students who come from high schools with less than 1,000 student enrollments.
Therese Scharpf Rolfs, received a masters degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1958. She established this fund in honor of her father, Jacob Scharpf, who was a strong proponent of higher education.
Therese Scharpf Rolfs, received a masters degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1958. She established this fund in honor of her father, Jacob Scharpf, who was a strong proponent of higher education.
Undergraduate CALS students are eligible for this scholarship. Preference is given to students from rural Wisconsin.
Must be majoring in Personal Finance. Selection based on academic achievement, leadership, involvement in campus activities (particularly the Financial Occupations for University Students [FOCUS]) or other work related to personal finance.
Must be majoring in Personal Finance. Selection based on academic achievement, leadership, involvement in campus activities (particularly the Financial Occupations for University Students [FOCUS]) or other work related to personal finance.
This merit based scholarship provide a one-time award to high achieving incoming freshmen who are highly ranked Wisconsin residents and involved in extra-curricular activities and community service. Award amounts and availability are subject to vary at any time.
This merit based scholarship provide a one-time award to high achieving incoming freshmen who are highly ranked Wisconsin residents and involved in extra-curricular activities and community service. Award amounts and availability are subject to vary at any time.
Recipients must be Wisconsin residents with high academic achievement, a record of community service and out-of-classroom activities. A recommendation from a teacher is required. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
The James and Joan Horsfall Scholarship was first awarded in 2006. The Horsfalls both graduated from UW-Madison, Mr. Horsfall in Physical Education and Mrs. Horsfall in Home Economics and Library Science. They have been actively involved in education...
The James and Joan Horsfall Scholarship was first awarded in 2006. The Horsfalls both graduated from UW-Madison, Mr. Horsfall in Physical Education and Mrs. Horsfall in Home Economics and Library Science. They have been actively involved in education through Mr. Horsfall's teaching, coaching and engineering career and Mrs. Horsfall's teaching and library science career.
Undergraduate student enrolled in the School of Education, raised in rural Wisconsin, who has demonstrated academic success for at least one year as a student at Madison. Must be enrolled full-time and have a GPA of 3.0 or higher and show evidence of academic excellence.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of the Krofta Family.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of the Krofta Family.
Awarded to students who have attended a rural Wisconsin high school as defined by the United States Census Bureau with demonstrated financial need. Preference is given to incoming Freshman in CALS.
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.
Applicants must be a Florida resident currently enrolled in a four-year college part-time or full-time, have a minimum 3.0 GPA and have successfully completed 12 credit hours of college courses. A video of up to 90 seconds on the safety-related...
Applicants must be a Florida resident currently enrolled in a four-year college part-time or full-time, have a minimum 3.0 GPA and have successfully completed 12 credit hours of college courses. A video of up to 90 seconds on the safety-related topic provided is required.
The Jin-Wen Yu Award was established in honor of Associate Professor Jin-Wen Yu by Blair and Karen Mathews, who served UW-Madison for many years. Mr. Mathews' positions included associate dean in the College of Letters & Science and assistant...
The Jin-Wen Yu Award was established in honor of Associate Professor Jin-Wen Yu by Blair and Karen Mathews, who served UW-Madison for many years. Mr. Mathews' positions included associate dean in the College of Letters & Science and assistant dean of students. Mrs. Mathews served as assistant director of the Wisconsin Union. Professor Jin-Wen Yu has created, performed, directed, and produced more than 50 works for the stage in the Americas and Asia. He has received numerous grants and awards, and was one of the first recipients of an Ira and Iveva Baldwin Wisconsin Idea Endowment.
Undergraduates enrolled in the Dance program
Available to non-traditional or returning adult students, this scholarship supports single-parent students pursuing undergraduate, graduate, or professional degrees. Successful applicants must be at least 21 and returning to school after a break in their education of at least one year.
Available to non-traditional or returning adult students, this scholarship supports single-parent students pursuing undergraduate, graduate, or professional degrees. Successful applicants must be at least 21 and returning to school after a break in their education of at least one year.
The scholarship criteria include the following: 1) single parent and head of household; 2) demonstrating financial need; 3) recently admitted or continuing UW-Madison degree candidate with strong academic record; 4) returning adult student who is at least 21 years of age with at least one year of interruption in study at the post-secondary level; and 5) a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, asylee, or other eligible non-citizen. 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. Prospective students who have not yet been admitted as UW-Madison degree candidates should submit an application for admission well before the scholarship deadline, and must anticipate an admissions decision by mid-March. Awards will be contingent upon enrollment during the scholarship year.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman with financial need. Award amounts are subject to vary at any time.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman with financial need. Award amounts are subject to vary at any time.
High achieving incoming freshmen with financial need. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
Scholarship given alternately to a student showing outstanding ability in Wildlife Ecology or Animal Science.
Scholarship given alternately to a student showing outstanding ability in Wildlife Ecology or Animal Science.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS majoring in Wildlife Ecology or Animal Science. Minimum GPA is 3.5.
The John D. Voelker Foundation Native American Scholarship was established to assist Native American students to pursue the dream of a legal education. Grants are made annually in an amount determined by the Foundation's Board in light of the...
The John D. Voelker Foundation Native American Scholarship was established to assist Native American students to pursue the dream of a legal education. Grants are made annually in an amount determined by the Foundation's Board in light of the funds available, consistent with preserving the fund's permanent endowment. The fund was established thorough contributions form members of the Foundation, who subscribed to limited editions of Laughing Whitefish, Trout Madness, and Traver on Fishing signed by the author when he established the Foundation.
Applicants must have a sincere interest in studying law and using a legal education to benefit Native American people; must be enrolled member of a federal recognized Michigan or Wisconsin tribe; must have the academic potential to succeed in school, as evidenced by past academic success or admission to an accredited law school; must have a greatest financial need; must be willing to provide an annual report to the Foundation on the progress of their studies for each academic year in which a grant is received.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of John E. and Elizabeth B. Ross.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of John E. and Elizabeth B. Ross.
Awarded to CALS undergraduate students majoring in Life Sciences Communication. Recipients must have a minimum GPA of 3.0.
The Wisconsin Dells Education Foundation raises, invests and distributes scholarship funds for the benefit of graduates from Wisconsin Dells High School.
The Wisconsin Dells Education Foundation raises, invests and distributes scholarship funds for the benefit of graduates from Wisconsin Dells High School.
Applicant must be a graduating senior from Wisconsin Dells High School who will pursue post-secondary education in an automotive field. Financial need must be demonstrated.
This scholarship was established by Horizon Organic in memory of John Klossner.
This scholarship was established by Horizon Organic in memory of John Klossner.
Awarded to CALS students majoring in Dairy Science. The Department of Dairy Science nominates students for this award.
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.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of John W. Renk.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of John W. Renk.
Awarded to undergraduates in CALS majoring in Animal Science. Students must demonstrate good academic standing and must be actively involved in campus activities/organizations. The Department of Animal Science nominates students for this award.
Full-time undergraduate Mechanical Engineering major; consideration given to financial need, extra-curricular activities, and academic standing. Preference to undergraduates interested in engines and/or involved in the research activities of the Engine Research Center
Full-time undergraduate Mechanical Engineering major; consideration given to financial need, extra-curricular activities, and academic standing. Preference to undergraduates interested in engines and/or involved in the research activities of the Engine Research Center Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form
This need-based scholarship provides a one-year award to high achieving incoming freshmen. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-year award to high achieving incoming freshmen. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
High achieving incoming freshmen with some financial need, but FAFSA not required. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Joseph and Sharon Darcey.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Joseph and Sharon Darcey.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS who are majoring in Dairy Science. The Department of Dairy Science nominates students for this award.
Merit based scholarship given to a declared economics major.
Merit based scholarship given to a declared economics major.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Kathleen E. McCarthy.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Kathleen E. McCarthy.
Awarded to undergraduate or graduate students in CALS majoring in Dietetics who are US citizens. Preference given to students from the Midwest.
National Merit finalists who are Wisconsin residents and designate UW-Madison as their first-choice institution. Other finalists who notify the Office of Student Financial Services are eligible as funds permit.
National Merit finalists who are Wisconsin residents and designate UW-Madison as their first-choice institution. Other finalists who notify the Office of Student Financial Services are eligible as funds permit. This scholarship is awarded to freshmen.
This scholarship was established in 2001 with a gift from Kenneth D. Brown and the estate of Robert G. Kaentje. Both Mr. Brown and his long-time colleague and friend, Robert Kaentje, received degrees from the Department of Art in...
This scholarship was established in 2001 with a gift from Kenneth D. Brown and the estate of Robert G. Kaentje. Both Mr. Brown and his long-time colleague and friend, Robert Kaentje, received degrees from the Department of Art in the 1930's. They taught art in the Kenosha Public Schools and in various local venues for many years.
Undergraduate student studying painting
Recipients are selected based on financial need. Applicants must submit completed application form indicating GPA; a letter of recommendation from advisor or other faculty member; a letter of interest from students; letter of recommendation from past employer; documents indicating financial...
Recipients are selected based on financial need. Applicants must submit completed application form indicating GPA; a letter of recommendation from advisor or other faculty member; a letter of interest from students; letter of recommendation from past employer; documents indicating financial need; and contact information.
Applicants must be undergraduate students who are majoring in agriculture or food science within the University of Wisconsin system (currently Madison, Platteville and River Falls).
This CALS scholarship is provided through the generosity of Agricultural and Applied Economics Emeritus Professor Ken Shapiro. Professor Shapiro was also the former Associate Dean and Director for the Office of International Programs in CALS. He found great...
This CALS scholarship is provided through the generosity of Agricultural and Applied Economics Emeritus Professor Ken Shapiro. Professor Shapiro was also the former Associate Dean and Director for the Office of International Programs in CALS. He found great benefit in establishing international agricultural collaborations to tackle some of the world's most pressing problems.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS who are studying abroad or participating in international internships
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Kenneth Royer.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Kenneth Royer.
Awarded to a CALS undergraduate student majoring in Food Science who demonstrates outstanding academic performance and leadership.
Scholarship for mining engineering students; UW Fund
Scholarship for mining engineering students; UW Fund
Current MS&E Undergraduate Student
In 2017, the National FFA Organization awarded $2.7 million in scholarships designed to fit the diversity of our applicants. Scholarships are sponsored by businesses and individuals through the National FFA Foundation and are given for a wide variety of experiences,...
In 2017, the National FFA Organization awarded $2.7 million in scholarships designed to fit the diversity of our applicants. Scholarships are sponsored by businesses and individuals through the National FFA Foundation and are given for a wide variety of experiences, career goals and higher education plans.
Applicants must be majoring in one of the following fields: food science, food technology, food service management, dietetics, agricultural business management or some non-agricultural fields. Students must be residents of or planning to attend a college in Wisconsin. Selection is based on the overall strength of the application.
The King-Morgridge Scholars Program is an exceptional opportunity for enterprising, creative, dedicated young adults committed to applying their talents toward poverty alleviation. Selected for their drive, academic success, and commitment to addressing problems of poverty in their own countries, King-Morgridge...
The King-Morgridge Scholars Program is an exceptional opportunity for enterprising, creative, dedicated young adults committed to applying their talents toward poverty alleviation. Selected for their drive, academic success, and commitment to addressing problems of poverty in their own countries, King-Morgridge Scholars will hail from countries in Africa, Latin America, South and Southeast Asia, and the Caribbean.
Current applicants for undergraduate, freshman admission to the University of Wisconsin. Degree seeking, international students only with high financial need from specific geographic areas. Applicants must intend to return home upon completing their degree. Applicants must have submitted an admissions application by the regular decision deadline and should list their citizenship as being one within the regions of Africa, Latin America, South/Southeast Asia, or the Caribbean. Applicants should also address their commitment to working on issues of poverty in their home country or region.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Kirk and Adele Hatch.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Kirk and Adele Hatch.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS interested in Landscape Gardening.
Applicant must be a graduating senior from Wisconsin Dells High School who will pursue a post-secondary education. Financial need must be demonstrated
Applicant must be a graduating senior from Wisconsin Dells High School who will pursue a post-secondary education. Financial need must be demonstrated
Applicants must be Wisconsin residents who are graduating high school in the year of application. They must be in good standing with their schools and demonstrate the potential for success in postsecondary education. Deadlines vary by school but are generally...
Applicants must be Wisconsin residents who are graduating high school in the year of application. They must be in good standing with their schools and demonstrate the potential for success in postsecondary education. Deadlines vary by school but are generally the second week of November.
This CALS scholarship is provided by Kraft Foods.
This CALS scholarship is provided by Kraft Foods.
Awarded to academically talented underrepresented ethnic minority undergraduate students in CALS studying Food Science. Preference given to incoming freshmen students.
Larry D. Satter joined the UW-Madison in 1960 as a graduate student in dairy science. He received PhDs biochemistry and dairy science, and joined the faculty of the dairy science department. Satter's distinguished career and research focused on improving the...
Larry D. Satter joined the UW-Madison in 1960 as a graduate student in dairy science. He received PhDs biochemistry and dairy science, and joined the faculty of the dairy science department. Satter's distinguished career and research focused on improving the economic and environmental sustainability of livestock farming systems, particularly of dairy operations. He played a central role in developing current understanding of how protein is digested in ruminant animals. Satter retired in 2003 as professor of Dairy Science in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences and a researcher at the U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center.
Awarded to undergraduate students who are members of the Association of Women in Agriculture (AWA). AWA selects the recipients for this award.
Larry D. Satter joined the UW-Madison in 1960 as a graduate student in dairy science. He received PhDs biochemistry and dairy science, and joined the faculty of the dairy science department. Satter's distinguished career and research focused on improving the...
Larry D. Satter joined the UW-Madison in 1960 as a graduate student in dairy science. He received PhDs biochemistry and dairy science, and joined the faculty of the dairy science department. Satter's distinguished career and research focused on improving the economic and environmental sustainability of livestock farming systems, particularly of dairy operations. He played a central role in developing current understanding of how protein is digested in ruminant animals. Satter retired in 2003 as professor of Dairy Science in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences and a researcher at the U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS majoring in Dairy Science. The Department of Dairy Science nominates students for this award.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Laurence N. and Anella W. Dexter.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Laurence N. and Anella W. Dexter.
Awarded to female undergraduate students in CALS. Preference given to senior students studying Natural Resources/Preservation.
The Laurie Regan Art Scholarship was established in 1995 with a gift from art alumnae, Laurie Regan Chase. Ms. Chase is an emeritus member of the School of Education's Board of Visitors.
The Laurie Regan Art Scholarship was established in 1995 with a gift from art alumnae, Laurie Regan Chase. Ms. Chase is an emeritus member of the School of Education's Board of Visitors.
Undergraduates enrolled in the Art program
The NACE Foundation¿s Scholarship Program was established to promote the study of corrosion science and engineering, as well as to recognize academic excellence and aid deserving students who demonstrate a drive to succeed and become contributing members of the corrosion...
The NACE Foundation¿s Scholarship Program was established to promote the study of corrosion science and engineering, as well as to recognize academic excellence and aid deserving students who demonstrate a drive to succeed and become contributing members of the corrosion industry.
Applicants must be enrolled full-time as an undergraduate at an accredited two- or four-year college or university. Applicants must be studying engineering and/or science at their chosen school. Applicants must have permanent residence in the NACE Central Area which includes the following states: Arkansas, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Lenore Landry.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Lenore Landry.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS majoring in Life Sciences Communication who are involved in researching, writing and sharing information regarding a variety of natural resource issues. The Department of Life Sciences Communication nominates students for this award.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Leo M Walsh.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Leo M Walsh.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS. New freshmen must be in top 10% of class with 28+ ACT score. Continuing students need a GPA of 3.5 or better.
This scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshmen who is a Wisconsin resident from the northern-most third of the state of Wisconsin. Award amounts and availability are subject to vary at any time.
This scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshmen who is a Wisconsin resident from the northern-most third of the state of Wisconsin. Award amounts and availability are subject to vary at any time.
Recipients must be high achieving incoming freshmen who are Wisconsin residents from the northern-most third of the state of Wisconsin. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
The Li Chiao-Ping Scholarship was established in honor of Associate Professor Chiao-Ping by Blair and Karen Johnson Mathews, who served UW-Madison for many years. Mr. Mathews' positions included associate dean in the College of Letters and Science and assistant...
The Li Chiao-Ping Scholarship was established in honor of Associate Professor Chiao-Ping by Blair and Karen Johnson Mathews, who served UW-Madison for many years. Mr. Mathews' positions included associate dean in the College of Letters and Science and assistant dean of students. Mrs. Johnson Mathews served as assistant director of the Wisconsin Union.
Undergraduate student enrolled in the Dance program.
This annual competition requires submission of an essay through Scholarships@UWMadison on a different topic each year related to the liberal arts. There is a $1,000 prize to the winning entry and $500 prize to a runner-up.
This annual competition requires submission of an essay through Scholarships@UWMadison on a different topic each year related to the liberal arts. There is a $1,000 prize to the winning entry and $500 prize to a runner-up.
Eligible applicants must be enrolled undergraduates from any school or college who are currently enrolled and have a minimum cumulative 3.0 grade point average. Final selection of winning essays will be determined by University General Education Committee. Recipients will be notified in Spring 2017. Please contact scholarships@saa.ls.wisc.edu with questions.
The Liebenberg Family Scholarship was established by family members in 1997 for students who plan to teach science or mathematics. The Liebenbergs have longstanding connections to UW-Madison, dating back at least 100 years. Many members of the family...
The Liebenberg Family Scholarship was established by family members in 1997 for students who plan to teach science or mathematics. The Liebenbergs have longstanding connections to UW-Madison, dating back at least 100 years. Many members of the family have worked in the field of education, including an 1897 UW graduate who was superintendent of the Buffalo County Normal School, as well as many others who have served as teachers, counselors, and school administrators.
Those who plan to teach science or math.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
Recipients must be incoming freshmen with a minimum high school cumulative GPA of 3.2 or greater and have some financial need, but FAFSA not required. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
Undergraduate scholarships in Mechanical Engineering
Undergraduate scholarships in Mechanical Engineering Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Lloyd and Genevieve Bostian.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Lloyd and Genevieve Bostian.
Awarded to freshman, sophomore, junior or senior students in CALS who are majoring in Life Sciences Communication. Underrepresented students preferred. The Department of Life Sciences Communication nominates students for this award.
The Lois G. Roberts Scholarship is made possible by a gift from the estate of Lois Gertrude Roberts. Ms. Roberts received her bachelor's degree from the College of Letters and Science in 1926.
The Lois G. Roberts Scholarship is made possible by a gift from the estate of Lois Gertrude Roberts. Ms. Roberts received her bachelor's degree from the College of Letters and Science in 1926.
Undergraduates studying painting
This CALS scholarship is provided on behalf of the Lommen Family.
This CALS scholarship is provided on behalf of the Lommen Family.
Awarded to incoming Freshman in CALS from a specified Western Wisconsin county. A minimum GPA of 3.25 is required.
Undergrad students in MS&E; lower 1/3 of entering class within department; renewable if showing improvement and making satisfactory progress toward degree; involved in at least 2 activities outside of engineering academics;
Undergrad students in MS&E; lower 1/3 of entering class within department; renewable if showing improvement and making satisfactory progress toward degree; involved in at least 2 activities outside of engineering academics;
Current MS&E Undergrad Student
The Lorraine A. and W. Dwight Stone Scholarship is funded by the very generous donations of Lorraine A. and W. Dwight Stone. Scholarships will be awarded annually to students with residency in either MN or IA, and awards may be...
The Lorraine A. and W. Dwight Stone Scholarship is funded by the very generous donations of Lorraine A. and W. Dwight Stone. Scholarships will be awarded annually to students with residency in either MN or IA, and awards may be renewed for a second year.
Applicants must meet the following criteria: Declared Economics majors in the College of Letters and Science with official home residency in the states of Minnesota or Iowa. Students should have 4 full-time terms of study remaining at the time of initial application. The scholarship may be renewed for a second year with continued proof of academic merit. Requires a GPA of 3.0 in all UW-Madison work as well as a 3.0 GPA in all work required of the Economics major, including required calculus and statistics.
The Louise O. Kloepper Scholarship was established by Scott Davis in memory of his aunt, Louise Kloepper. Louise Kloepper was an emeritus professor and former chairperson of the Dance program, and came to the University in 1942 as a...
The Louise O. Kloepper Scholarship was established by Scott Davis in memory of his aunt, Louise Kloepper. Louise Kloepper was an emeritus professor and former chairperson of the Dance program, and came to the University in 1942 as a student of dance. She received her B.S. degree in dance and became an assistant professor of dance in 1946. She was known at the UW as a great and distinguished teacher of dance technique and composition, and served as artistic director and producer of numerous Orchesis productions, faculty, and student concerts.
Students in the Dance Program based on need as well as academic achievement.
The Lydia Z. Shafer Memorial Scholarship was established in 1964 by Jake Shafer as a memorial to his wife. Lydia Shafer was a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and served as assistant to the Director of Physical Education...
The Lydia Z. Shafer Memorial Scholarship was established in 1964 by Jake Shafer as a memorial to his wife. Lydia Shafer was a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and served as assistant to the Director of Physical Education for Women from 1927 until her death in 1963.
Undergraduate women in physical education or dance who display academic achievement, good citizenship, constructive and mature participation in University affairs and participation and leadership in physical and recreational activities included in the University program as well as leadership in extra-curricular activities.
Support for undergraduate women in physical education.
Support for undergraduate women in physical education.
Undergraduate women in physical education or dance
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Lynndon and Norma Brooks.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Lynndon and Norma Brooks.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS majoring in Biological Systems Engineering (BSE). Recipients are selected based on academic performance, jobs held while attending UW, community, university and department leadership, and club activities. Preference is given to Wisconsin residents and students at the sophomore/junior level. The Department of BSE nominates students for this award.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of M.L. Sunde.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of M.L. Sunde.
Awarded to Animal Science majors who are interested in poultry science and demonstrate leadership and good academic performance. Preference given to students who have completed 2 courses in the department and have worked in the Poultry Research Lab. Minimum GPA is 3.0.
In 2017, the National FFA Organization awarded $2.7 million in scholarships designed to fit the diversity of our applicants. Scholarships are sponsored by businesses and individuals through the National FFA Foundation and are given for a wide variety of experiences,...
In 2017, the National FFA Organization awarded $2.7 million in scholarships designed to fit the diversity of our applicants. Scholarships are sponsored by businesses and individuals through the National FFA Foundation and are given for a wide variety of experiences, career goals and higher education plans. The selection process takes into account the whole student - FFA involvement, work experience, supervised agricultural experience (SAE), community service, leadership skills and academics.
Applicants must be working toward four-year degrees in specific areas of agriculture including public service and administration, agribusiness management, range/soil science, public communications, plant or animal breeding and genetics, education, plant pathology, journalism, technology, extension, mechanization, public relations, finance, economics, sales, marketing or engineering. Applicants must also be residents of one of the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, Wisconsin or Wyoming. Selection is based on the overall strength of the application.
The William and Katherine Mackenzie Diversity Scholarship is awarded annually to women and underrepresented minority students within the College of Engineering.
The William and Katherine Mackenzie Diversity Scholarship is awarded annually to women and underrepresented minority students within the College of Engineering.
Scholarships awarded annually to underrepresented (African American, Latina(o)s, Native American, female) undergraduate students majoring in engineering. Selection is based on academic merit and quality of scholarship application. Preference shall be given to students majoring in Electrical and Computer Engineering who are from California or Wisconsin.
The Manuel Gomez Scholarship was established by Professor Mary Louise Gomez, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, and her husband, Dr. Frank J. Sasse, in honor of Professor Gomez's father. According to Professor Gomez, who received her PhD from the...
The Manuel Gomez Scholarship was established by Professor Mary Louise Gomez, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, and her husband, Dr. Frank J. Sasse, in honor of Professor Gomez's father. According to Professor Gomez, who received her PhD from the UW-Madison School of Education, her father provided endless encouragement to his daughters: "Manuel Gomez, whose faith in education as a vehicle for self-improvement, and social and economic mobility, was a beacon for his daughters, who hope that this scholarship may help others achieve his dream."
Undergraduate students intending to become teachers, including students not formally admitted to a certification program but enrolled at UW-Madison as pre-elementary or pre-secondary students. Preference to students who are the first generation of their family to attend college. Preference also given to Latino and Latina students given the importance of Latino role models in the public schools. Preference also to male applicants.
The Department awards one Margaret E. Smith-Esther Butt History Scholarship annually. The award is designed for outstanding History majors
The Department awards one Margaret E. Smith-Esther Butt History Scholarship annually. The award is designed for outstanding History majors
Applicants must be History majors, have taken a minimum of 12 credits in History, and have a minimum 3.50 History GPA.
Available to graduating Graduate and Undergraduate students, to be gifted before the end of the 2nd semester.
Available to graduating Graduate and Undergraduate students, to be gifted before the end of the 2nd semester.
Graduate, undergraduate, special consideration for seniors Special consideration for seniors with outstanding contributions to the Department of Theatre and Drama
This fund was established in 2002 as a result of the Last Will & Testament of Margaret Emma Williams dated October 19, 1998. Margaret was a treasured teacher at Madison East High School.
This fund was established in 2002 as a result of the Last Will & Testament of Margaret Emma Williams dated October 19, 1998. Margaret was a treasured teacher at Madison East High School.
graduate and undergraduate students with significant contribution to the diversity and outreach programming; preference will be given to students of color
The Margaret J. Martens Scholarship was established in April 2005 with a gift from Ms. Martens. Margaret was a 1950 graduate of UW-Madison and a dedicated teacher in Madison, Wisconsin for 33 1/2 years. She loved teaching art...
The Margaret J. Martens Scholarship was established in April 2005 with a gift from Ms. Martens. Margaret was a 1950 graduate of UW-Madison and a dedicated teacher in Madison, Wisconsin for 33 1/2 years. She loved teaching art to all levels of students. Her philosophy was that all children are creative and imaginative--all you need to do is pull it out of them!
Undergraduates majoring in art education in the upper one quarter of the class with demonstrated financial need
The Marianne Ritis Cool Scholarship was established in 2004. The scholarship goes to prospective teachers in the theater education program. (Theatre aspect is very important per donor; if no recipients, it is best not to award it.)
The Marianne Ritis Cool Scholarship was established in 2004. The scholarship goes to prospective teachers in the theater education program. (Theatre aspect is very important per donor; if no recipients, it is best not to award it.)
Prospective teacher in the theater education program who intends to teach
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
Recipients must be incoming freshmen with financial need. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
The Marie Thorsen Austin Scholarship Fund was established in 1984.
The Marie Thorsen Austin Scholarship Fund was established in 1984.
Undergraduates majoring in art; Preference given to graduates of South Division High School in Milwaukee. If a qualified applicant is not available, the scholarship may be given to student(s) who have graduated from any Milwaukee high school.
The Marilyn Lucas Ross Scholarship was established in 2008 by Marilyn Lucas Ross, a 1948 graduate of the women's physical education program.
The Marilyn Lucas Ross Scholarship was established in 2008 by Marilyn Lucas Ross, a 1948 graduate of the women's physical education program.
Undergraduates in the Department of Kinesiology.
Award for high school seniors who are Learning Ally members and are learning disabled
Award for high school seniors who are Learning Ally members and are learning disabled
Applicants must demonstrate leadership skills, scholarship and a desire to help others and attend a two- or four-year college or vocational school. Students must have a specific learning disability and be registered with RFB&D for at least one year prior to the application deadline
The Marion O. Cole Scholarship was established by an anonymous gift to the University of Wisconsin Foundation in 1983. The award was given in memory of Marion O. Cole, a 1918 graduate of the University.
The Marion O. Cole Scholarship was established by an anonymous gift to the University of Wisconsin Foundation in 1983. The award was given in memory of Marion O. Cole, a 1918 graduate of the University.
Undergraduates in Rehabilitation Counseling; Awards are based on financial need and academic standing and preference will be given to graduates of Mather High School Chicago. Minimum 3.0 GPA.
Not available at this time. This scholarship provides a multi-year award to a high achieving incoming freshman. Award amounts are subject to vary at any time.
Not available at this time. This scholarship provides a multi-year award to a high achieving incoming freshman. Award amounts are subject to vary at any time.
Recipients must be incoming freshmen with a minimum high school cumulative GPA of 3.3 or greater. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
The Martha Jean and Jerome Pepperman Scholarship was established by Joan Pepperman Dehnel and William Jay Dehnel in honor of Mrs. Dehnel's parents. This is a need-based scholarship for undergraduate students enrolled in the School of Education.
The Martha Jean and Jerome Pepperman Scholarship was established by Joan Pepperman Dehnel and William Jay Dehnel in honor of Mrs. Dehnel's parents. This is a need-based scholarship for undergraduate students enrolled in the School of Education.
Undergraduate students in the School of Education with financial need
The Marvin and Beatrice Fruth Great People Scholarship is to commemorate the distinguished career of Professor Emeritus Marvin J. Furth and a to recognize the significant influence he has had on his students, his colleagues, and in his field. It...
The Marvin and Beatrice Fruth Great People Scholarship is to commemorate the distinguished career of Professor Emeritus Marvin J. Furth and a to recognize the significant influence he has had on his students, his colleagues, and in his field. It is established to assist students enrolled in the School of Education whose personal and family resources are not adequate to cover the costs involved in attending UW-Madison.
Professor Emerita, Mary Alice "Buff" Brennan, joined the faculty of the Dance Program in 1967 and has served as the program chair three times since then. Her research articles on creativity in dance and the movement analysis of dance style...
Professor Emerita, Mary Alice "Buff" Brennan, joined the faculty of the Dance Program in 1967 and has served as the program chair three times since then. Her research articles on creativity in dance and the movement analysis of dance style have appeared in many publications.
Undergraduate enrolled in the Dance Program; Recipients should demonstrate high scholarship or potential for high scholarship as well as financial need
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
This generous $6,000 scholarship is renewable for a second year to deserving students with Wisconsin residency. It is one of the few that students of excellence in the department can be awarded prior to declaring the Econ major.
This generous $6,000 scholarship is renewable for a second year to deserving students with Wisconsin residency. It is one of the few that students of excellence in the department can be awarded prior to declaring the Econ major.
This scholarship is open to students with Wisconsin residency who have declared an Economics major or who have not yet been able to declare an Economics major, but who firmly intend to do so and who manifest this intention by having completed at least one of the two Intermediate Theory courses required to complete the Economics major. Must be a student enrolled in the College of Letters and Science. Must have a GPA of 3.5 in both degree credits and all completed requirements of an economics major. Must plan on continuing full-time for two full academic years beyond the semester of initial application. (Study Abroad terms can be considered among these four terms.)
Award to one or multiple Dance students with financial need.
Award to one or multiple Dance students with financial need.
Scholarships from this fund shall be made available to one or multiple Dance students with financial need. Scholarships may go to the same student(s) in consecutive years. Preference shall be given to students from the states of California, Washington, or South Dakota. Established 2012-2013 for one year with the possibility for renewal per future discussion between the donor and UW Foundation
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Mary Heisdorf.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Mary Heisdorf.
Awarded to CALS undergraduates and graduate students in Poultry Science. The Department of Animal Science nominates students for this award.
It is the intent of the donor to assist undergraduate students enrolled in the School of Education whose personal and family resources are not adequate to cover the costs involved in attending UW-Madison. This scholarship is for students who have...
It is the intent of the donor to assist undergraduate students enrolled in the School of Education whose personal and family resources are not adequate to cover the costs involved in attending UW-Madison. This scholarship is for students who have financial need.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Maurice and Grace White
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Maurice and Grace White
Awarded to Life Sciences Communication undergraduate or graduate students.
The Meika A. Alberici Memorial Scholarship fund was established in memory of Meika Alberici, a 1980 graduate of the Art program. Meika Alberici was, herself, an individual who was a first generation college attendee who came back to school...
The Meika A. Alberici Memorial Scholarship fund was established in memory of Meika Alberici, a 1980 graduate of the Art program. Meika Alberici was, herself, an individual who was a first generation college attendee who came back to school after being out of high school to earn her college degree in 1980.
Undergraduates majoring in art who are returning adult students, that is those who do not fit the traditional pattern of going directly from high school to college and/or first generation college attendees, and/or other students historically under-represented in higher education.
The Melvin F. and Beverly A. Butor Scholarship is made possible by a generous gift from Professor and Mrs. Butor. Professor Butor is an emeritus faculty member of the Department of Art, having taught at UW-Madison for 25 years....
The Melvin F. and Beverly A. Butor Scholarship is made possible by a generous gift from Professor and Mrs. Butor. Professor Butor is an emeritus faculty member of the Department of Art, having taught at UW-Madison for 25 years. Mrs. Butor's professional career was in the field of public health nursing. The Butors are deeply appreciative of the scholarships that provided for their own education and they want to be able to return the gesture.
Freshman and sophomore students who have financial need and who meet the high standards for enrollment in the art programs.
"To provide assistance and support to Menominees and Community Residents who are in need of preparation to advance in the workforce and to pursue higher educational opportunities."
"To provide assistance and support to Menominees and Community Residents who are in need of preparation to advance in the workforce and to pursue higher educational opportunities."
Applicants must be Menominee tribe members and Wisconsin residents pursuing higher education.
It is the intent of the Donor to assist students enrolled in the School of Education whose personal and family resources are not adequate to cover the costs involved in attending UW-Madison. For undergraduate students who have financial need, as...
It is the intent of the Donor to assist students enrolled in the School of Education whose personal and family resources are not adequate to cover the costs involved in attending UW-Madison. For undergraduate students who have financial need, as determined by the Unit in cooperation with the Office of Student Financial Aid, and who would be unable to afford a college education without financial assistance.
This scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving first generation college student preferably from Kenosha County, WI. Award amounts and availability are subject to vary at any time.
This scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving first generation college student preferably from Kenosha County, WI. Award amounts and availability are subject to vary at any time.
Recipients will be incoming freshmen, who are first generation college students with preference given to students from Kenosha County, WI. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
The Fund was established March 28, 1990 by Richard L. Loring and Eric David Loring to honor Richard's late wife and Eric's mother, Marjorie (Midge) North Loring. Available to Undergraduate female students majoring in Theatre and Drama
The Fund was established March 28, 1990 by Richard L. Loring and Eric David Loring to honor Richard's late wife and Eric's mother, Marjorie (Midge) North Loring. Available to Undergraduate female students majoring in Theatre and Drama
female, undergraduate, majoring in Theatre and Drama
Full-time undergraduate Mechanical Engineering major; Wisconsin resident; academic achievement; financial need; GPA at least 3.5
Full-time undergraduate Mechanical Engineering major; Wisconsin resident; academic achievement; financial need; GPA at least 3.5 Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form.
Applicant must be a Wisconsin resident and African-American, American Indian, Hispanic, or Southeast Asian from Laos, Cambodia, or Vietnam admitted to the U.S. after December 31, 1975, and must be attending a Wisconsin independent institution or a Wisconsin Technical College....
Applicant must be a Wisconsin resident and African-American, American Indian, Hispanic, or Southeast Asian from Laos, Cambodia, or Vietnam admitted to the U.S. after December 31, 1975, and must be attending a Wisconsin independent institution or a Wisconsin Technical College. Selection is based upon financial need.
This scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman with demonstrated need. Number of awards and amounts are subject to vary at any time.
This scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman with demonstrated need. Number of awards and amounts are subject to vary at any time.
Recipients must be high achieving incoming freshman with demonstrated need. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
The Muriel R. (Moby) Sloan Scholarship was established in memory of Ms. Sloan, who received her Ph.D. from the UW-Madison School of Education. During her 30-year career in the UW Department of Physical Education, she initiated the graduate program...
The Muriel R. (Moby) Sloan Scholarship was established in memory of Ms. Sloan, who received her Ph.D. from the UW-Madison School of Education. During her 30-year career in the UW Department of Physical Education, she initiated the graduate program in motor learning which was one of the first in the country.
Scholarship for undergraduate dance majors. Recipients should demonstrate high scholarship or potential for high scholarship and need.
Each year, NATAS-UMW Chapter/Foundation awards several scholarships to students within our chapter region (Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and western Wisconsin).
Each year, NATAS-UMW Chapter/Foundation awards several scholarships to students within our chapter region (Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and western Wisconsin).
Applicant must be a resident of Minnesota, North Dakota, Iowa, or Wisconsin who is a current student at an accredited college, university, or technical school majoring in broadcasting, television, or electronic media. Strong GPA, involvement in extra-curricular activities relating to major, demonstrated leadership, and creativity/passion for intended field of employment required.
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
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to an incoming freshman with financial need who is committed to pursuing a career in science, technology, engineering or math (STEM).
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to an incoming freshman with financial need who is committed to pursuing a career in science, technology, engineering or math (STEM).
Recipients must be committed to pursuing a career in science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) and have demonstrated financial need. A FAFSA form is required to be on file with UW-Madison prior to awarding decisions. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
This scholarship for non-traditional students is open for application to single parents who are new or continuing students in the College of Letters and Science (L&S), pursuing their first undergraduate degree, and intending to complete that degree within L&S.
This scholarship for non-traditional students is open for application to single parents who are new or continuing students in the College of Letters and Science (L&S), pursuing their first undergraduate degree, and intending to complete that degree within L&S.
The Denney Scholarship criteria include the following: 1) single parent who also is head of household; 2) new or continuing student in College of Letters and Science (L&S); 3) pursuing first undergraduate degree and intending to complete that degree within L&S; 4) evidence of financial need; 5) potential for success; and 6) U.S. citizen, permanent resident, asylee, or other eligible non-citizen. 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. Prospective students who have not yet been admitted as UW-Madison degree candidates should submit an application for admission well before the scholarship deadline, and must anticipate an admissions decision by mid-March. Awards will be contingent upon enrollment during the scholarship year.
National Merit finalists who designate UW-Madison as their first-choice institution. Admission application materials will be reviewed during the selection process.
National Merit finalists who designate UW-Madison as their first-choice institution. Admission application materials will be reviewed during the selection process.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Neal and Darlyne Jorgensen.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Neal and Darlyne Jorgensen.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS majoring in Dairy Science. The Department of Dairy Science nominates students for this award.
This CALS scholarship was provided by Dick Barrows, a former Associate Dean of CALS, in honor of his parents, Neil and Audrey Barrows.
This CALS scholarship was provided by Dick Barrows, a former Associate Dean of CALS, in honor of his parents, Neil and Audrey Barrows.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS who are studying abroad or participating in international internships.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Neil and Audrey Barrows.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Neil and Audrey Barrows.
Awarded to undergraduate CALS students studying abroad.
U.S. Citizen or permanent resident; full-time undergraduate in Mechanical Engineering; interest in thermodynamics or fluid dynamics; top quartile of class; possess leadership potential; completed at least one class in thermodynamics and/or fluid mechanics; at least 2 semesters remaining as an...
U.S. Citizen or permanent resident; full-time undergraduate in Mechanical Engineering; interest in thermodynamics or fluid dynamics; top quartile of class; possess leadership potential; completed at least one class in thermodynamics and/or fluid mechanics; at least 2 semesters remaining as an undergraduate student when receive the scholarship Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form.
Scholarships given to Life Science Communications students with a preference given to those students with a science writing emphasis.
Scholarships given to Life Science Communications students with a preference given to those students with a science writing emphasis.
Awarded to undergraduate or graduate students majoring in Life Science Communications.
Undergraduate in Mechanical Engineering who are interested in building mechanical systems
Undergraduate in Mechanical Engineering who are interested in building mechanical systems Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Henry Nathan Netzer and Bernard Netzer Brouchoud.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Henry Nathan Netzer and Bernard Netzer Brouchoud.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS enrolled in Wildlife Ecology who are studying wild bird life. Consideration is based on academic standing and extra-curricular activities. Minimum GPA of 2.5. Wildlife Ecology nominates students for this award.
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.
Ms. Noel Hefty is a graduate of the School of Education's Dance Program and a member of the School's Board of Visitors. She helped found the Steamboat Dance Theatre, and has assisted many other artistic organizations with their creative...
Ms. Noel Hefty is a graduate of the School of Education's Dance Program and a member of the School's Board of Visitors. She helped found the Steamboat Dance Theatre, and has assisted many other artistic organizations with their creative and administrative needs. She has also been a representative to the Colorado Council of the Arts.
Undergraduate students in the Dance Program.
Scholarship given to Food Science student interested in cheese research.
Scholarship given to Food Science student interested in cheese research.
Awarded to undergraduate or graduate students majoring in Food Science with an interest in Cheese Research. The Department of Food Science nominates students for this award.
The fund's annual distributable amounts shall be used to provide scholarship support to undergraduate students enrolled in the School of Education who have financial need, as determined by the Unit in cooperation with the Office of Student Financial Aid, and...
The fund's annual distributable amounts shall be used to provide scholarship support to undergraduate students enrolled in the School of Education who have financial need, as determined by the Unit in cooperation with the Office of Student Financial Aid, and who would be unable to afford a college education without financial assistance.
Awarded to CALS undergraduates majoring in Dairy Science. The department of Dairy Science nominates students for this scholarship.
Awarded to CALS undergraduates majoring in Dairy Science. The department of Dairy Science nominates students for this scholarship.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS majoring in Soil Science who are interested in soil and water conservation. The Department of Soil Science nominates students for this award.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS majoring in Soil Science who are interested in soil and water conservation. The Department of Soil Science nominates students for this award.
To be eligible for a scholarship the student must have attended a rural Wisconsin High School as defined by the United States Census Bureau and demonstrate financial need. Preference shall be given to incoming freshmen.
To be eligible for a scholarship the student must have attended a rural Wisconsin High School as defined by the United States Census Bureau and demonstrate financial need. Preference shall be given to incoming freshmen.
Awarded to students who have attended a rural Wisconsin high school as defined by the United States Census Bureau with demonstrated financial need. Preference given to incoming Freshmen.
The Orson S. Morse History Scholarship is given annually to an outstanding History major. Mr. Morse received his degree in History from the College of Letters & Science in 1932 and established this bequest to support undergraduate history education.
The Orson S. Morse History Scholarship is given annually to an outstanding History major. Mr. Morse received his degree in History from the College of Letters & Science in 1932 and established this bequest to support undergraduate history education.
Students must be history majors.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of August Hanke who was a pioneer in the field of poultry journalism.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of August Hanke who was a pioneer in the field of poultry journalism.
Awarded to an undergraduate student in CALS interested in or majoring in the field of Poultry Journalism.
This scholarship supports non-traditional and returning adult students who are pursuing their first undergraduate degree and who have experienced a significant break in their college education.
This scholarship supports non-traditional and returning adult students who are pursuing their first undergraduate degree and who have experienced a significant break in their college education.
Nontraditional and returning adult students eligible for award consideration must 1) have experienced a cumulative gap in their education of five or more years; 2) be at the undergraduate level pursuing their first baccalaureate degrees; 3) be returning adult students who anticipate participation in the workforce for a significant period of time subsequent to graduation; 4) demonstrate financial need; 5) show academic promise and a commitment to obtaining their degrees; and 6) be U.S. citizens, permanent residents, asylees, 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. Prospective students who have not yet been admitted as UW-Madison degree candidates should submit an application for admission well before the scholarship deadline, and must anticipate an admissions decision by mid-March. Awards will be contingent upon enrollment during the scholarship year. The Osher Reentry Scholarship is not intended for students seeking a second undergraduate degree or students who are exclusively enrolled in online courses.
The Wisconsin Dells Education Foundation raises, invests and distributes scholarship funds for the benefit of graduates from Wisconsin Dells High School.
The Wisconsin Dells Education Foundation raises, invests and distributes scholarship funds for the benefit of graduates from Wisconsin Dells High School.
Applicant must be a graduating senior from Wisconsin Dells High School who will pursue a two- or four-year post-secondary degree. Financial need must be demonstrated.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Otto and Gaylord Hill Family.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Otto and Gaylord Hill Family.
Awarded to incoming freshmen in CALS majoring in Dairy Science. This scholarship is renewable as long as the recipient maintains a minimum GPA of 3.3. The Department of Dairy Science nominates students for this award.
The Palmer-Tarbell Scholarship was established by the bequest of Sarah Thompson Palmer and a memorial fund for Beatrice Eldora Palmer.
The Palmer-Tarbell Scholarship was established by the bequest of Sarah Thompson Palmer and a memorial fund for Beatrice Eldora Palmer.
Undergraduate woman majoring in physical education and/or dance.
This scholarship is one of a number of scholarships available to single parents, returning adults, and other non-traditional students who are striving to complete their UW-Madison degrees.
This scholarship is one of a number of scholarships available to single parents, returning adults, and other non-traditional students who are striving to complete their UW-Madison degrees.
PLATO Scholarships are available to nontraditional adult students who are new or continuing undergraduates, graduate students, or professional degree students at UW-Madison. To be considered, an applicant also must 1) have significant financial need; 2) demonstrate strong potential for academic success; and 3) be a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, asylee, or other eligible non-citizen. 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. Prospective students who have not yet been admitted as UW-Madison degree candidates should submit an application for admission well before the scholarship deadline, and must anticipate an admissions decision by mid-March. Awards will be contingent upon enrollment during the scholarship year.
Provide annual scholarship support for a returning adult student enrolled in the School of Education
Provide annual scholarship support for a returning adult student enrolled in the School of Education
Provide annual scholarship support for a returning adult student enrolled in the School of Education
Established in 1991 by her family and friends, this scholarship honors Patricia Buchanan, an unusually gifted teacher at Sennett Middle School in Madison, whose untimely death robbed many children of a chance to work with her. Ms. Buchanan earned...
Established in 1991 by her family and friends, this scholarship honors Patricia Buchanan, an unusually gifted teacher at Sennett Middle School in Madison, whose untimely death robbed many children of a chance to work with her. Ms. Buchanan earned three degrees from the University of Wisconsin, including two from the School of Education--bachelor's degrees in elementary and secondary education. She was an avid supporter of the Upham Woods 4-H Environmental Education Center and the International Crane Foundation. It was Ms. Buchanan's wish that the Madison teacher population become more diverse in gender, race, ethnicity, and life perspective.
Undergraduate students in underrepresented groups from Madison Metropolitan School District high schools who are preparing to become teachers. Awards are based on academic record, need, evidence of community service, and the recommendation of the student's academic department.
This CALS scholarship is provided by Patrick Cudahy, Inc.
This CALS scholarship is provided by Patrick Cudahy, Inc.
Awarded to a male undergraduate in CALS majoring in a field related to the meat-packing industry. Preference is given to qualified applicants from Cudahy, Wisconsin. Second preference is given to applicants from Milwaukee County.
The Paul J. Schrag Prize is awarded to the student with the best essay in German-Jewish History
The Paul J. Schrag Prize is awarded to the student with the best essay in German-Jewish History
Applicants must be history majors. Essay must focus on German-Jewish History, be at least 10-15 pages in length, and be written for a history course.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Paul N. Drolsom.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Paul N. Drolsom.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS who have demonstrated an interest in studying agronomy and plant sciences. The Department of Agronomy nominates students for this award.
Applicant must be a graduating senior from Wisconsin Dells High School
Applicant must be a graduating senior from Wisconsin Dells High School
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
Available to deserving Graduate or Undergraduate students enrolled in the Department of Theatre and Drama
Available to deserving Graduate or Undergraduate students enrolled in the Department of Theatre and Drama
Graduate or Undergraduate enrolled in Theatre & Drama
Due to the generosity of donors, the Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin awards over 120 scholarships to students every year for educational financial support.
Due to the generosity of donors, the Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin awards over 120 scholarships to students every year for educational financial support.
Applicant must be a resident of Portage County who has been accepted into a post-secondary educational institution. Documentation of a physical/learning disability and essay explaining aspirations and goals for the future required.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Peter Young.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Peter Young.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS.
Scholarship for MS&E Undergraduate Students
Scholarship for MS&E Undergraduate Students
Current MS&E Undergraduate Student
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Phillip Lautenbach and Wilma Lautenbach Vollendorf.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Phillip Lautenbach and Wilma Lautenbach Vollendorf.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS. Preference given to students from Waupaca, Winnebago or Waushara Counties. Minimum GPA of 3.5 required.
This CALS scholarship is provided by The Port Washington Garden Club.
This CALS scholarship is provided by The Port Washington Garden Club.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS studying horticulture, landscape architecture or agronomy. Minimum GPA of 2.5. Preference given to students from Milwaukee, Waukesha, Washington, Ozaukee or Sheboygan counties, then to other WI students.
U.S. Citizen; undergraduate Mechanical Engineering major; primary consideration to financial need
U.S. Citizen; undergraduate Mechanical Engineering major; primary consideration to financial need Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form.
RMHC/HACER is a scholarship for Hispanic students presented by Ronald McDonald House Charities® with the support of McDonald's¿®. The scholarship provides financial assistance to graduating Hispanic high school students to fulfill their dreams of pursing a higher education. Students are...
RMHC/HACER is a scholarship for Hispanic students presented by Ronald McDonald House Charities® with the support of McDonald's¿®. The scholarship provides financial assistance to graduating Hispanic high school students to fulfill their dreams of pursing a higher education. Students are selected based on demonstrated academic achievement, financial need, and community involvement.
Must be a high school senior, younger than 21 years old. Be eligible to attend a two- or four-year college, university or technical school with a full course of study. Be a legal U.S. resident. Live in a participating RMHC Chapter¿s geographic area (for local/regional scholarships). Submit a complete application and all required documentation by the deadline on the application.
This merit based scholarship provides a four-year full cost of attendance award to a Wisconsin resident who is an incoming freshmen, graduates from a Wisconsin high school, and who demonstrates the very highest of academic achievement, leadership, community service, and...
This merit based scholarship provides a four-year full cost of attendance award to a Wisconsin resident who is an incoming freshmen, graduates from a Wisconsin high school, and who demonstrates the very highest of academic achievement, leadership, community service, and who has participated in out-of-classroom activities. Number of awards and amounts are subject to vary at any time.
Recipients must be Wisconsin residents who are incoming freshmen, graduates from a Wisconsin high school, and who demonstrate the very highest of academic achievement, leadership, community service, and who have also participated in out-of-classroom activities. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
This merit based scholarship provides multi-year awards to a Wisconsin resident incoming freshmen. Award amounts and availability are subject to vary at any time.
This merit based scholarship provides multi-year awards to a Wisconsin resident incoming freshmen. Award amounts and availability are subject to vary at any time.
Recipients must be Wisconsin residents with a minimum high school GPA of 3.2 or greater. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
The Nelson Institute Center for Climatic Research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison offers the annual Reid Bryson Scholarship competition to honor the life and legacy of our founder, Professor Reid Bryson. The scholarship rewards exemplary students whose research mirrors the...
The Nelson Institute Center for Climatic Research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison offers the annual Reid Bryson Scholarship competition to honor the life and legacy of our founder, Professor Reid Bryson. The scholarship rewards exemplary students whose research mirrors the innovative and interdisciplinary studies of Professor Bryson, involving either fundamental climate and meteorological processes or topics that connect climate, people, and the environment.
Applicants must either be a registered undergraduate or graduate student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, from any department or center. The research should either address (1) fundamental climatic and meteorological processes or (2) environmental issues at the interface of climate, people, and the environment. Professor Bryson's research was highly interdisciplinary, so students from across the sciences and humanities are encouraged to apply. Research projects should either be ongoing or completed, rather than proposed work.
This scholarship was established in memory of Robert Bjorklund.
This scholarship was established in memory of Robert Bjorklund.
Awarded to an undergraduate CALS student in the Department of Life Sciences Communication. The recipient must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 in LSC courses, not overall GPA.
Awarded to Undergraduate or Graduate students studying special education in the School of Education.
Awarded to Undergraduate or Graduate students studying special education in the School of Education.
Special Education
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Robert H. & Willa Meier.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Robert H. & Willa Meier.
Awarded to freshman CALS students from Wisconsin who are majoring in Biological Systems Engineering and demonstrate strong leadership skills.. Minimum GPA of 2.0 required.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Robert H. Grummer.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Robert H. Grummer.
Awarded to CALS undergraduate students majoring in Animal Science with interest in the study of swine with preference given to incoming freshmen. Students must be in good academic standing and demonstrate participation in extra curricular activities.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Robert J. Spitzer.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Robert J. Spitzer.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS in the Department of Dairy Science. Recipients must have a minimum GPA of 2.75. First preference is given to a student from a Wisconsin dairy farm.
Dr. Robert P. Niedermeier's association with Wisconsin spanned 49 years - from his undergrad to his retirement as Chair of the Dairy Science department. During this time, Dr. Niedermeier earned his BS, MS and PhD in animal husbandry; taught courses...
Dr. Robert P. Niedermeier's association with Wisconsin spanned 49 years - from his undergrad to his retirement as Chair of the Dairy Science department. During this time, Dr. Niedermeier earned his BS, MS and PhD in animal husbandry; taught courses in dairy cattle nutrition, management, and selection; researched forage preservation and utilization, veal production, and parturient paresis in dairy cattle; and was involved in many extension activities. This scholarship serves to recognize his long and distinguished career.
Awarded to undergraduate students in Dairy Science.
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.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Robert and Janice Walton. Robert Walton was a dairy geneticist who helped establish the American Breeder Service¿s system of testing and evaluating bull reproduction that was adopted by the U.S. Department of...
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Robert and Janice Walton. Robert Walton was a dairy geneticist who helped establish the American Breeder Service¿s system of testing and evaluating bull reproduction that was adopted by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Awarded to undergraduate CALS students in the Departments of Dairy and Animal Science. Given to a student interested in animal genetics. Award is based on: academic merit, extracurricular activities and leadership.
This scholarship is not available at this time. This scholarship provides a multi-year award to a high achieving incoming freshman. Award amounts are subject to vary at any time.
This scholarship is not available at this time. This scholarship provides a multi-year award to a high achieving incoming freshman. Award amounts are subject to vary at any time.
Recipients must have a minimum high school cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater. Completed applications are evaluated using donor criteria and the College of Letters & Science criteria (academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment). Successful applicants should also have strong recommendations and well written essays.
Awarded to students majoring in Dairy Science with a GPA of 2.8 or greater.
Awarded to students majoring in Dairy Science with a GPA of 2.8 or greater.
Rockwell Automation Corporate Scholarship is a full-tuition scholarship renewable through graduation from engineering, for incoming students in the College Engineering. Preference to students who attended attended one of three Milwaukee Public Schools that are Rockwell Partner Schools (Rufus King,...
Rockwell Automation Corporate Scholarship is a full-tuition scholarship renewable through graduation from engineering, for incoming students in the College Engineering. Preference to students who attended attended one of three Milwaukee Public Schools that are Rockwell Partner Schools (Rufus King, Bradley Tech or Riverside). Rockwell Automation offers summer internship opportunities and Rockwell Scholars are eligible for these opportunities after completing their first academic year.
Incoming freshmen only may apply for this full-tuition scholarship designed to attract academically talented students who are admitted to the College of Engineering. Preference is given to students who are underrepresented in engineering including women and racial/ethnic groups historically underrepresented (African American/Black, Hispanic/Latino/a, Southeast Asian American, American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, and other Pacific Islander). Preference is given to students who attended a Rockwell Automation partner school: Bradley Technology & Trade, Riverside, or Rufus King High School. Also preference given to those who have participated in Project Lead the Way, FIRST Robotics, ST Math and/or an equivalent STEM-based curriculum; and/or the UW-Madison Engineering Summer Program. Applicants must be a Wisconsin resident, and a US Citizen or Permanent Resident. Selection is based on academic-merit and application materials.
The Rod Hassett Engineering Scholarship was formed to support African-American students pursuing Engineering who attended Rufus King High School in Milwaukee, WI.
The Rod Hassett Engineering Scholarship was formed to support African-American students pursuing Engineering who attended Rufus King High School in Milwaukee, WI.
Recipients must be African-American, graduates of Rufus King High School in Milwaukee, WI and enrolled as freshman or sophomores in the College of Engineering. Academic merit and quality of application materials are considered by a committee of Rod Hassett and family members.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Roger D. Biddick.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Roger D. Biddick.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS. Minimum GPA of 3.50.
This scholarship provides a one-time award to a non-resident incoming freshman with a leadership and service background. Award amounts and availability are subject to vary at any time.
This scholarship provides a one-time award to a non-resident incoming freshman with a leadership and service background. Award amounts and availability are subject to vary at any time.
The recipient will be a non-resident incoming freshman with a leadership and service background. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
Rogers Law Firm is honored to offer a one-time, non-renewable scholarship of $1,000 to one college student who wins the Rogers Law Firm Scholarship Essay Contest.
Rogers Law Firm is honored to offer a one-time, non-renewable scholarship of $1,000 to one college student who wins the Rogers Law Firm Scholarship Essay Contest.
Applicants must be at least 18 years old and enrolled in a U.S. college or university at the time of the award. Students must also be a U.S. legal resident and write a 1,000- to 1,500-word essay on the topic provided. Proof of age, U.S., legal residency and college or university enrollment are required.
Full time Mechanical Engineering major; Wisconsin resident; GPA between 3.0 and 3.5; consideration given to students with interest in design
Full time Mechanical Engineering major; Wisconsin resident; GPA between 3.0 and 3.5; consideration given to students with interest in design Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form.
Candidates selected by Minority Programs Committee
Candidates selected by Minority Programs Committee
Mechanical Engineering students with at least a 3.0 GPA
Mechanical Engineering students with at least a 3.0 GPA Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form.
This scholarship memorializes Royce Bringhurst's distinguished career as a fruit researcher and Professor of Pomology at the University of California-Davis.
This scholarship memorializes Royce Bringhurst's distinguished career as a fruit researcher and Professor of Pomology at the University of California-Davis.
Awarded to an undergraduate or graduate students in CALS with interest in plant breeding or plant genetics.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Russell J. Schuler.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Russell J. Schuler.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS pursuing an agricultural degree with a business management emphasis. Students must be members of Alpha Gamma Rho.
The Ruth Bleier Scholarship in the Natural Sciences was established to encourage undergraduate women at UW-Madison to pursue careers in the natural sciences or medicine.
The Ruth Bleier Scholarship in the Natural Sciences was established to encourage undergraduate women at UW-Madison to pursue careers in the natural sciences or medicine.
Any UW-Madison undergraduate woman student enrolled in the Gender and Women's Studies major or certificate program AND in a major or certificate program in science or health is eligible to apply. Undergraduate woman student must be enrolled in the Gender and Women's Studies major or certificate program AND in a major or certificate program in science or health.
Established in 1998 with a bequest from Myron George Kuhlman in memory of his wife, Ruth Miller Kuhlman (BS in Education '32), this is a monetary award for undergraduates to benefit and advance their studies within the field of Classics.
Established in 1998 with a bequest from Myron George Kuhlman in memory of his wife, Ruth Miller Kuhlman (BS in Education '32), this is a monetary award for undergraduates to benefit and advance their studies within the field of Classics.
Applicants must be a declared Classics, Classical Humanities, or Latin major with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 to be eligible for this award.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Ruth and Carl Miller.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Ruth and Carl Miller.
Awarded to undergraduate or graduate students in CALS who demonstrate strong academic performance and leadership. A minimum GPA of 3.5 is required.
One time award to incoming freshmen engineering students who are unable to attend institution without financial assistance.
One time award to incoming freshmen engineering students who are unable to attend institution without financial assistance.
The Santos Zingale Memorial Scholarship was established in 1999 by Joan Zingale to honor the career and commitment to education of her husband, Santos Zingale, who was an emeritus professor in the Art and Art Education areas of the School...
The Santos Zingale Memorial Scholarship was established in 1999 by Joan Zingale to honor the career and commitment to education of her husband, Santos Zingale, who was an emeritus professor in the Art and Art Education areas of the School of Education.
Undergraduate art student with an emphasis in painting
Scholarships to undergraduates in Mechanical Engineering. Preference given to students with financial need, although FAFSA not required.
Scholarships to undergraduates in Mechanical Engineering. Preference given to students with financial need, although FAFSA not required. Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form.
Pending annual review, this scholarship is designed to foster Danish-American relations by providing generous financial support to degree-seeking UW-Madison undergraduate and graduate students. Applicants must be U.S. citizens who are participating on an approved UW-Madison study abroad or credit-bearing...
Pending annual review, this scholarship is designed to foster Danish-American relations by providing generous financial support to degree-seeking UW-Madison undergraduate and graduate students. Applicants must be U.S. citizens who are participating on an approved UW-Madison study abroad or credit-bearing internship program to Denmark for Spring 2018, or Calendar Year 2018. In addition to receiving scholarship funds, Scan|Design fellows are invited to participate in a range of hosted activities in Denmark, which are organized by the Scan|Design coordinators in Copenhagen. The goal of the activities is to help recipients get to know other Scan|Design fellows, Danes, Denmark, and the Scandinavian region a little better. Upon return to Madison, Scan|Design Scholars are expected to participate in activities involving the Danish students on campus. The UW-Madison Scan|Design Fellowship Program is directed by Maj Fischer of the International Division.
Applicants must be degree-seeking UW-Madison undergraduate and graduate students who will return to campus for at least one semester following their program in Denmark. Applicants must be U.S. citizens who are participating on an approved UW-Madison study abroad program or credit-bearing internship program to Denmark for Spring 2018, or Calendar Year 2018. Applicant must be in the process of applying, or have already applied, to a program for the specified semester(s). Transcript (UW Student Record), information on the program student is attending in Denmark, Essay, Resume and a written Academic Letter of Recommendation required. The written Academic Letter of Recommendation (from a faculty member, instructor or advisor) must be received by the application closing date of October 15, 2017. No exceptions to this Letter of Recommendation deadline will be considered. Please plan accordingly.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving Wisconsin resident incoming freshman with financial need. Award amounts are subject to vary at any time.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving Wisconsin resident incoming freshman with financial need. Award amounts are subject to vary at any time.
Recipients will be high achieving Wisconsin resident incoming freshmen with financial need. Completed applications are evaluated using donor criteria and the College of Letters & Science criteria (academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment). Successful applicants should also have strong recommendations and well written essays.
degree. If an applicant is already in college, he/she must have a transcript of high school and the last complete semester of college. Awards will be given to an applicant that has maintained an academic average of...
degree. If an applicant is already in college, he/she must have a transcript of high school and the last complete semester of college. Awards will be given to an applicant that has maintained an academic average of "B" or better for a period of seven high school semesters, based upon the standard of the institution granting the diploma.
Applicants must have graduated from an accredited Wisconsin high school and plan to earn an undergraduate degree at a U.S. college or university. Applicants must also have participated in one or more American Legion-sponsored activities listed in the eligibility requirements.
This scholarship provides a multi-year award to a high achieving incoming freshman who must be graduating from a Wisconsin High School with a rank of number one in his/her graduating class, a score of at least 30 on the ACT,...
This scholarship provides a multi-year award to a high achieving incoming freshman who must be graduating from a Wisconsin High School with a rank of number one in his/her graduating class, a score of at least 30 on the ACT, involvement in extracurricular activities, community service, and a recommendation from their high school principal. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
Recipient must be a high achieving incoming freshman who must be graduating from a Wisconsin High School with a rank of number one in his/her graduating class, a score of at least 30 on the ACT, involvement in extracurricular activities, community service, and must receive a recommendation from their high school principal. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
The School of Education Minority Scholarship is funded by contributions from alumni who wish to support minority scholarships.
The School of Education Minority Scholarship is funded by contributions from alumni who wish to support minority scholarships.
Undergraduate students from underrepresented groups pursuing degrees in the School of Education.
Undergraduates admitted to the School of Education
Undergraduates admitted to the School of Education
The School of Nursing awards scholarships to students who are admitted to the nursing major. Applications will be considered for all School of Nursing scholarships as appropriate depending on some or all of the following: academic achievement, leadership ability, community...
The School of Nursing awards scholarships to students who are admitted to the nursing major. Applications will be considered for all School of Nursing scholarships as appropriate depending on some or all of the following: academic achievement, leadership ability, community involvement, personal qualifications, financial need, and career interests. Students must be in good academic standing and U.S. citizens or permanent residents.
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
Due to the generosity of donors, the Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin awards over 120 scholarships to students every year for educational financial support.
Due to the generosity of donors, the Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin awards over 120 scholarships to students every year for educational financial support.
Applicant must be a graduating senior from Stevens Point Area Senior High or Pacelli High school with a minimum 2.75 GPA. Essay and demonstration of service to community through volunteer work, organizational leadership, and other service-related activities required.
This CALS scholarship is provided by Sheboygan County Farm Progress/Farm Technology Days.
This CALS scholarship is provided by Sheboygan County Farm Progress/Farm Technology Days.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS.
This need-based scholarship provides a multi-year award to high achieving incoming freshmen, who are Wisconsin residents with financial need. There is a preference for students who attend the SCE program. Award amounts are subject to vary at any time.
This need-based scholarship provides a multi-year award to high achieving incoming freshmen, who are Wisconsin residents with financial need. There is a preference for students who attend the SCE program. Award amounts are subject to vary at any time.
Recipients must be first-year Wisconsin residents who have participated in the Summer Collegiate Experience (SCE) program. The applications are reviewed each summer during July by a panel of staff.
The Wisconsin Dells Education Foundation raises, invests and distributes scholarship funds for the benefit of graduates from Wisconsin Dells High School.
The Wisconsin Dells Education Foundation raises, invests and distributes scholarship funds for the benefit of graduates from Wisconsin Dells High School.
Applicant must be a graduating senior from Wisconsin Dells High School who will pursue a two- or four-year program related to the hospitality field.
This scholarship for non-traditional students is available to new, continuing, or reentry students who are single parents and who are pursuing their first undergraduate degree.
This scholarship for non-traditional students is available to new, continuing, or reentry students who are single parents and who are pursuing their first undergraduate degree.
To be eligible for consideration an applicant must be: 1) the sole head of their household and the single parent of at least one dependent child supported by and living in that household; 2) a new or continuing student pursuing their first undergraduate degree; 3) able to demonstrate financial need; and 4) a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, asylee, or other eligible non-citizen. Preference may be given to undergraduates who have completed at least 30 degree credits with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better. 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. Prospective students who have not yet been admitted as UW-Madison degree candidates should submit an application for admission well before the scholarship deadline, and must anticipate an admissions decision by mid-March. Awards will be contingent upon enrollment during the scholarship year.
Pending annual renewal, this scholarship is available to UW-Madison undergraduate students pursuing degrees in the School of Education who are studying abroad on an International Academic Programs (IAP) study abroad program. Any School of Education undergraduate, including students in "pre"...
Pending annual renewal, this scholarship is available to UW-Madison undergraduate students pursuing degrees in the School of Education who are studying abroad on an International Academic Programs (IAP) study abroad program. Any School of Education undergraduate, including students in "pre" status (e.g., pre-Elementary Education, pre-Kinesiology), or students earning the Certificate in Education Policy Studies or the Certificate in Education and Educational Services are eligible to apply. Priority will be given to applicants for whom this would be their first study abroad experience, as well as for students participating on a program in Africa, Asia, or Latin America. Applicant must be in the process of applying, or have already applied, to an International Academic Program (IAP) study abroad program for Spring 2018, Winter Intersession 2017-18, or Calendar Year 2018.
Any School of Education undergraduate, including students in "pre" status (e.g., pre-Elementary Education, pre-Kinesiology), or students earning the Certificate in Education Policy Studies or the Certificate in Education and Educational Services are eligible to apply.
Mechanical Engineering undergraduate; Wisconsin or Michigan resident; at least a 3.0 on ME coursework; financial need.
Mechanical Engineering undergraduate; Wisconsin or Michigan resident; at least a 3.0 on ME coursework; financial need. Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form.
The Stanoch Student Research Support Program provides a stipend for an undergraduate student and a graduate student to engage in research during the summer. The summer is a critical period for students to make significant progress on their research or...
The Stanoch Student Research Support Program provides a stipend for an undergraduate student and a graduate student to engage in research during the summer. The summer is a critical period for students to make significant progress on their research or engage in parts of their research, extended travel for example, that might not be possible during the academic year due to other commitments.
Students who are political science majors, are in the summer term, and will be continuing in the following fall semester are eligible. The Scholar will be selected on the student's potential to be significantly engaged in the proposed project.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Harry Steenbock.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Harry Steenbock.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS majoring in Food Science.
The Sterbenz-Ryan Scholarship is to assist students residing in Minnesota and Wisconsin who plan to enroll full-time in undergraduate study at an accredited two- or four- year college, university, or vocational-technical school in the United States for the entire upcoming...
The Sterbenz-Ryan Scholarship is to assist students residing in Minnesota and Wisconsin who plan to enroll full-time in undergraduate study at an accredited two- or four- year college, university, or vocational-technical school in the United States for the entire upcoming academic year.
Qualified applicants must be high school seniors, high school graduates or current postsecondary undergraduates residing in Minnesota or Wisconsin with a grade point average of 2.5 to 3.5 on a 4.0 scale, or its equivalent.  Scholarships up to $15,000 are available for students attending four-year schools and up to $5,000 for students attending two-year schools. Awards are renewable on the basis of satisfactory academic performance. Qualified students are encouraged to apply early.
Beginning in 2016, the Department will award one Steven A. and Barbara S. Jaffe Scholarship annually. The award is designed for outstanding History majors who are not Wisconsin residents (for tuition purposes).
Beginning in 2016, the Department will award one Steven A. and Barbara S. Jaffe Scholarship annually. The award is designed for outstanding History majors who are not Wisconsin residents (for tuition purposes).
Eligible recipients must be a declared History major who does not hold Wisconsin residency (for tuition purposes).
The Steven A. and Barbara S. Jaffe Scholarship was established in 2005 by the Jaffes to show their gratitude for the excellent education they received as students at UW-Madison. Mr. Jaffe received a degree from the College of Letters...
The Steven A. and Barbara S. Jaffe Scholarship was established in 2005 by the Jaffes to show their gratitude for the excellent education they received as students at UW-Madison. Mr. Jaffe received a degree from the College of Letters and Science and Mrs. Jaffe graduated from the School of Education.
Non-resident students in the School of Education
This scholarship is awarded to undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in the Forest Science Major. A GPA of 2.5 or higher is required. Students must demonstrate financial need.
This scholarship is awarded to undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in the Forest Science Major. A GPA of 2.5 or higher is required. Students must demonstrate financial need.
The department of Forest Science nominates students for this scholarship.
Discover the world...and bring the world back to Wisconsin! Study Abroad is an integral part of a UW-Madison education and can be one of the highlights of a student's time here. International Academic Programs (IAP) hopes to make this...
Discover the world...and bring the world back to Wisconsin! Study Abroad is an integral part of a UW-Madison education and can be one of the highlights of a student's time here. International Academic Programs (IAP) hopes to make this possible for as many Badgers as possible with Study Abroad Scholars awards, starting with $1,500 towards IAP short term programs; $3,000 towards IAP semester programs; and $4,000 towards IAP year long programs. Applicant must be in the process of applying, or have already applied, to an International Academic Program (IAP) study abroad program for Spring 2018, Winter Intersession 2017-18, or Calendar Year 2018.
All students applying to IAP programs should consider this award! In order to be considered for the Study Abroad Scholars scholarship for this application round, an applicant must: <ol> <li>Be in the process of applying, or have already applied, to an International Academic Program (IAP) study abroad program for Spring 2018, Winter Intersession 2017-18, or Calendar Year 2018. (UW Global Gateway Programs are not eligible)</li> <li>Be a full-time, degree-seeking undergraduate student at UW-Madison</li> <li>Complete and submit scholarship application by September 25, 2017 on Scholarships@UW</li> </ol> Essay required. Additional consideration for some of the awards will be given to students who possess the following characteristics and/or traits: <ul> <li>First generation college student</li> <li>First time traveling abroad</li> <li>Financial need</li> <li>STEM majors (science, technology, engineering, and math)</li> <li>Cumulative GPA above 3.8</li> </ul>
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Tanya Rand.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Tanya Rand.
Awarded to CALS undergraduate students who are from central Wisconsin. Minimum GPA 3.5.
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
We are grateful to our alumna, Alice Mortenson, for her generous support. The Mortenson scholarships will be awarded to up to three students interested in Russian history, and at least one of the scholarships will be reserved for a student...
We are grateful to our alumna, Alice Mortenson, for her generous support. The Mortenson scholarships will be awarded to up to three students interested in Russian history, and at least one of the scholarships will be reserved for a student majoring in a discipline other than history.
All undergraduate students at the UW-Madison are eligible for this award, so long as they satisfy the historical research component of its requirements. Applications for the historical research awards competition should include a statement of no more than 1,750 words describing the applicant's research goals, means for achieving them, and previous academic preparation. Applicants should also offer two letters of support from university faculty or instructors.
The scholarship award will lend financial support to one student majoring in Philosophy.
The scholarship award will lend financial support to one student majoring in Philosophy.
Eligible applicants must be Philosophy majors who have maintained at least 3.5 GPA for the past two terms. An aptitude for the study of philosophy and a desire for philosophical knowledge are of primary importance while financial need is of secondary importance. Graduating seniors are NOT eligible for this scholarship award. The following written material is required as part of the scholarship application: <ul> <li>The 1-2 page essay.</li> <li>A Philosophy Department recommendation.</li> <li>A copy of the applicant's academic transcript.</li> <li>A statement describing the applicant's financial status.</li> </ul> Further requirements are detailed in the call for applications.
This scholarship supports an undergraduate major in philosophy with academic merit and financial need, and who is a U.S. citizen. Scholarship amounts vary each year based on available funds. In the past awards have ranged from $1,000 to...
This scholarship supports an undergraduate major in philosophy with academic merit and financial need, and who is a U.S. citizen. Scholarship amounts vary each year based on available funds. In the past awards have ranged from $1,000 to $3,500.
Undergraduates must be declared philosophy majors with academic merit, financial need, and have U.S. citizenship. regarding financial status are required. Other requirements are provided in detail in the call for applications.
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.
The Renk Agribusiness Institute in the Department of Agricultural & Applied Economics (CALS) selects outstanding undergraduates who demonstrate excellence in academics and leadership with a desire to pursue agricultural and business coursework at the University and work in agribusiness.
The Renk Agribusiness Institute in the Department of Agricultural & Applied Economics (CALS) selects outstanding undergraduates who demonstrate excellence in academics and leadership with a desire to pursue agricultural and business coursework at the University and work in agribusiness.
1) Candidates must declare a major in Agricultural & Applied Economics or Agricultural Business Management and/or be accepted into the CALS Certificate in Business Management for Agricultural & Life Sciences. 2) Completion of at least 24 credits at UW-Madison. 3) Maintain a GPA of 3.0/4.0 or higher for all courses. Scholarship, leadership and interest in agribusiness.
This need-based scholarship provides a four-year award to a high-achieving incoming freshman with high financial need. Award amounts and availability are subject to vary at any time.
This need-based scholarship provides a four-year award to a high-achieving incoming freshman with high financial need. Award amounts and availability are subject to vary at any time.
High achieving incoming freshmen with financial need. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
Selection is based on need, with a preference for rural Wisconsin kids.
Selection is based on need, with a preference for rural Wisconsin kids.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshmen from a rural Wisconsin community. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshmen from a rural Wisconsin community. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
Recipients must be high achieving incoming freshmen from a rural Wisconsin community and who have demonstrated financial need. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
Thermo Fisher is providing support of $5,000 per year to 4 incoming freshmen or incoming transfer students. Students planning a career in a Engineering and have demonstrated financial need are eligible to apply. Non-engineering STEM majors (other Science, Technology or...
Thermo Fisher is providing support of $5,000 per year to 4 incoming freshmen or incoming transfer students. Students planning a career in a Engineering and have demonstrated financial need are eligible to apply. Non-engineering STEM majors (other Science, Technology or Math) may be eligible for the Thermo Fisher STEM scholarship offered by the College of Letters and Science.
Eligible incoming first year and transfer College of Engineering students must be planning for careers in one of the following majors: Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Geological Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Materials Science Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering or Engineering Mechanics. The application is reviewed by faculty and staff for exceptional ability, potential in the designated fields of study and financial need.
Thermo Fisher Scientific provides multi-year awards to high achieving incoming freshmen with financial need, who are pursuing degrees in Biochemistry, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Molecular Biology, Geophysics, Geology, and/or Mathematics.
Thermo Fisher Scientific provides multi-year awards to high achieving incoming freshmen with financial need, who are pursuing degrees in Biochemistry, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Molecular Biology, Geophysics, Geology, and/or Mathematics.
Recipients must be incoming freshmen with exceptional academic credentials, financial need, planning to be enrolled full-time in the College of Letters & Science and pursuing degrees in Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Geology, Geophysics, Mathematics, Molecular Biology, and/or Physics. Completed applications are evaluated using donor criteria and the College of Letters & Science criteria (academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment). Successful applicants should also have strong recommendations and well written essays and demonstrate exceptional ability and potential in the designated fields of study.
This scholarship is awarded to undergraduate students who are members of Alpha Gamma Rho (AGR). Preference is in the order given: Life Sciences Communication majors, Agricultural and Applied Economics majors, NAMA members, Dairy Science majors.
This scholarship is awarded to undergraduate students who are members of Alpha Gamma Rho (AGR). Preference is in the order given: Life Sciences Communication majors, Agricultural and Applied Economics majors, NAMA members, Dairy Science majors.
Undergrad Scholarships to MS&E students
Undergrad Scholarships to MS&E students
Current MS&E Undergraduate Student
Applicant must be a graduating senior from Wisconsin Dells High School who will pursue a four-year post-secondary degree. Financial need must be demonstrated.
Applicant must be a graduating senior from Wisconsin Dells High School who will pursue a four-year post-secondary degree. Financial need must be demonstrated.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Truman and Sylvia Graf.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Truman and Sylvia Graf.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS majoring in Agricultural Economics or Agricultural Business Management. Preference given to freshmen from Wisconsin with a farm background. Minimum GPA 3.0 required. Leadership in clubs, organizations or activities must be demonstrated.
Need-based scholarship awarded to high achieving undergraduate students (of any major) seeking financial support to take courses in the upcoming summer session at UW-Madison. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
Need-based scholarship awarded to high achieving undergraduate students (of any major) seeking financial support to take courses in the upcoming summer session at UW-Madison. Award availability and amounts are subject to vary.
Applicants must meet the following criteria: Currently enrolled at UW-Madison pursuing an undergraduate degree. Must be in good academic standing and have a cumulative GPA which reflects academic success. Applicants that fit the following criteria are strongly encouraged to apply: Priority is given to continuing students (that is, students who intend to enroll for the fall semester after their summer enrollment). Preference is given to students taking a full credit load in summer (6-9 credits). Students taking less than 6 credits will be considered. Preference is given to students demonstrating financial need. Preference is given to students taking UW-Madison online or on campus courses. Freshmen and sophomores are strongly encouraged to apply. A limited number of scholarships are available for international students. A limited number of scholarships are available for students taking summer Study Abroad through UW-Madison (UW Signature Study Abroad programs are given priority). Completed applications are evaluated by a scholarship committee using the above eligibility criteria. Successful applicants should also have well written responses to the application questions.
The Undergraduate Writing Fellows Program, co-sponsored by The Writing Center and the College of Letters and Science, brings talented undergraduates and committed faculty together in a cooperative effort to improve student writing.
The Undergraduate Writing Fellows Program, co-sponsored by The Writing Center and the College of Letters and Science, brings talented undergraduates and committed faculty together in a cooperative effort to improve student writing.
To be considered for the program, applicants must be in good academic standing at UW-Madison and have at least two semesters remaining at the University. Students selected to be Fellows must enroll in a three-credit, writing-intensive honors seminar on tutoring writing across the curriculum. We are looking for highly motivated, independent, articulate, personable, kind, and diplomatic students. We are most interested in students who are successful and enthusiastic writers and who also are dynamic and intellectually engaged in class discussions, who enjoy working with others, and who will be able to hold their own in conferences with faculty and with student peers.
This need-based scholarship provides a multi-year award to a high achieving incoming freshman who is a first generation college student with financial need and from under-served or underprivileged communities or populations.
This need-based scholarship provides a multi-year award to a high achieving incoming freshman who is a first generation college student with financial need and from under-served or underprivileged communities or populations.
Recipient must be a first generation incoming freshman with financial need and from an under-served or underprivileged community or population. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
The University League - Dorothy Searles Scholarship was established in her memory by her husband, John R. Searles, a professor of English and Curriculum & Instruction at UW-Madison. Dorothy Searles, who was president of the University League during 1968-69,...
The University League - Dorothy Searles Scholarship was established in her memory by her husband, John R. Searles, a professor of English and Curriculum & Instruction at UW-Madison. Dorothy Searles, who was president of the University League during 1968-69, graduated from the University of Wisconsin in the School of Family Resources and Consumer Science.
Undergraduates enrolled in the School of Education
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to high achieving incoming freshmen with financial need who are U.S. citizens. Award amounts are subject to vary at any time.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to high achieving incoming freshmen with financial need who are U.S. citizens. Award amounts are subject to vary at any time.
Recipients will be high achieving incoming freshmen who are U.S. citizens and have financial need. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman with financial need who is a U.S. citizen. Award amounts are subject to vary at any time.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman with financial need who is a U.S. citizen. Award amounts are subject to vary at any time.
Recipients will be high achieving incoming freshmen who are U.S. citizens and have financial need. Completed applications are evaluated using donor criteria and the College of Letters & Science criteria (academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment). Successful applicants should also have strong recommendations and well written essays.
Louise B. Defoliart was a UW-Madison graduate, and her husband, Gene, was a professor in the Department of Entomology. Louise was known for her knowledge and expertise in the many volunteer organizations in which she was involved. She...
Louise B. Defoliart was a UW-Madison graduate, and her husband, Gene, was a professor in the Department of Entomology. Louise was known for her knowledge and expertise in the many volunteer organizations in which she was involved. She was a dedicated member and former President of The University League, and as such, this scholarship was established in her memory.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS.
Awarded to continuing undergraduate students in CALS.
Awarded to continuing undergraduate students in CALS.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to high achieving incoming freshmen with financial need who are U.S. citizens. Award amounts are subject to vary at any time.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to high achieving incoming freshmen with financial need who are U.S. citizens. Award amounts are subject to vary at any time.
Recipients will be high achieving incoming freshmen who are U.S. citizens and have financial need. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
Scholarships for undergraduates in Mechanical Engineering; academic and intramural performance; financial need.
Scholarships for undergraduates in Mechanical Engineering; academic and intramural performance; financial need. Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form.
$1,000 scholarship awarded annually to a student of high academic merit who is a declared Economics major in any College of the UW-Madison.
$1,000 scholarship awarded annually to a student of high academic merit who is a declared Economics major in any College of the UW-Madison.
Declared Econ major, any College. Must be continuing on a full-time basis for the Fall term following application. Must have completed both the Intermediate Theory courses of the Economics major by the time of application and have a GPA of at least 3.5 in all completed coursework and a GPA of at least 3.7 in all completed coursework of the Economics major, including any calculus or statistics required of the chosen major's option. Must attest to financial need. High academic requirements, as well as financial need. Does not require FAFSA filing.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Vicky Lee Hirsh.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Vicky Lee Hirsh.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS who were born in Wisconsin. Minimum GPA of 3.5 and studying in the field of conservation/natural resources/sustainability is required.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Vicky Lee Hirsh.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Vicky Lee Hirsh.
Awarded to undergraduate CALS students born in Wisconsin with minimum GPA of 3.0, studying in the field of conservation/natural resources/sustainability.
This need-based scholarship provides a multi-year award to a high achieving incoming freshmen who is a Wisconsin resident with financial need. Award amounts and availability are subject to vary at any time.
This need-based scholarship provides a multi-year award to a high achieving incoming freshmen who is a Wisconsin resident with financial need. Award amounts and availability are subject to vary at any time.
Recipients must be incoming freshmen who are Wisconsin residents with financial need. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
The Vincent L. Hawkinson Foundation for Peace and Justice has awarded more than $300,000 in scholarships to 138 students in recognition of their deep commitments to peace and justice since 1988.
The Vincent L. Hawkinson Foundation for Peace and Justice has awarded more than $300,000 in scholarships to 138 students in recognition of their deep commitments to peace and justice since 1988.
Applicants must advocate peace, reside in or attend school in Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota or Wisconsin and attend an interview in Minneapolis and the fall awards ceremony.
This need-based scholarship provides a four-year scholarship to a high achieving incoming freshman preferably from Kenosha County, WI who has been strongly involved in community service. Students must not be eligible for financial aid but have need.
This need-based scholarship provides a four-year scholarship to a high achieving incoming freshman preferably from Kenosha County, WI who has been strongly involved in community service. Students must not be eligible for financial aid but have need.
Recipients must have a cumulative high school GPA of 3.0 or greater and have been strongly involved in community service. The recipient will have some financial need, but a FAFSA is not required. Preference is given to students residing in Kenosha County, WI. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
Scholarship for a female undergraduate in Mechanical Engineering.
Scholarship for a female undergraduate in Mechanical Engineering. Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form
Applicant must be a graduating senior from Wisconsin Dells High School who attended WDHS for a minimum of 12 terms, and excelled in an Educational Foundations Scholarship category (band, business, entrepreneurship, choir, English/language arts, math, performing arts, science).
Applicant must be a graduating senior from Wisconsin Dells High School who attended WDHS for a minimum of 12 terms, and excelled in an Educational Foundations Scholarship category (band, business, entrepreneurship, choir, English/language arts, math, performing arts, science).
Applicants must provide evidence of attendance at a continuing education program and personal payment for program or successful completion of credentialing examination; must complete the application procedure; provide professional or personal references.
Applicants must provide evidence of attendance at a continuing education program and personal payment for program or successful completion of credentialing examination; must complete the application procedure; provide professional or personal references.
Applicants must be active members of WHIMA and AHIMA.
Applicants must provide a proof of tribal enrollment. They must also include the following: application form; transcripts; and two recommendation letters.
Applicants must provide a proof of tribal enrollment. They must also include the following: application form; transcripts; and two recommendation letters.
Applicants must be: Wisconsin residents who are Wisconsin Indians; maintaining at least a 2.5 semester GPA; carrying sufficient credits to maintain full time status.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Walter C. and Mabel J. Topel.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Walter C. and Mabel J. Topel.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS majoring in Animal Science. A GPA of 2.5 is required.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a non-resident high achieving incoming freshmen with financial need. Preference is given to Oklahoma, Missouri, and Kansas students. This is a one year award.
This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a non-resident high achieving incoming freshmen with financial need. Preference is given to Oklahoma, Missouri, and Kansas students. This is a one year award.
Recipients must be incoming freshmen who are U.S. citizens or resident aliens in the Central or Mountain time zones, excluding states bordering Wisconsin, with preference given to students from Oklahoma, Kansas, and Missouri. The recipients must have demonstrated financial need and exhibit high academic achievement. Incoming freshmen prospects are first evaluated using information contained in the admissions application and then matched to donor criteria. The College of Letters & Science values academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment.
Scholarships for undergraduates in Mechanical Engineering.
Scholarships for undergraduates in Mechanical Engineering. Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form.
Scholarships to needy and deserving students in Mechanical Engineering.
Scholarships to needy and deserving students in Mechanical Engineering. Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form.
The Rosemarie and Gary Wendt Engineering Diversity Scholarship was created to support academically-talented underrepresented minority students pursuing Engineering.
The Rosemarie and Gary Wendt Engineering Diversity Scholarship was created to support academically-talented underrepresented minority students pursuing Engineering.
Scholarships shall be awarded to academically-talented first-year minority students majoring in Engineering. Preference shall be given to African-American students from Wisconsin. Selection is based on academic merit and quality of application. Financial need is considered.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Wes Hansche.
This CALS scholarship is provided in honor of Wes Hansche.
Awarded to full-time undergraduate students in CALS in the department of Horticulture. Recipients must be Wisconsin residents with consideration given to extracurricular activities and academic standing. A minimum GPA of 2.0 is required.
Before becoming a Professor at the UW, Dr. Willard "Fritz" Mueller taught at UC-Davis, and served in the Kennedy and Johnson administrations. Dr. Mueller was among the most influential economists in the U.S. in the broad policy area of antitrust...
Before becoming a Professor at the UW, Dr. Willard "Fritz" Mueller taught at UC-Davis, and served in the Kennedy and Johnson administrations. Dr. Mueller was among the most influential economists in the U.S. in the broad policy area of antitrust and market regulation. The scholarship set up in his name, honors the legacy of pathbreaking contributions by Prof. Mueller and his colleagues in the areas of industrial organization, food systems research and economic policy.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS majoring in Agricultural and Applied Economics.
The Willard L. Huson Scholarship is awarded annually to a deserving student majoring in History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
The Willard L. Huson Scholarship is awarded annually to a deserving student majoring in History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Students must be history majors with freshman, sophomore, or junior status.
After returning serving in the U.S. Navy during World War II, William W. Ward graduated with a BS in Agricultural Education in 1948 from the University of Wisconsin. Ward and his wife Janice ran a dairy farm for more than...
After returning serving in the U.S. Navy during World War II, William W. Ward graduated with a BS in Agricultural Education in 1948 from the University of Wisconsin. Ward and his wife Janice ran a dairy farm for more than 40 years in Fort Atkinson where they were active in the community. In addition to farming, Mr. Ward served on the board of Education, Rotary, the Bank of Fort Atkinson, the Fort Atkinson Memorial Hospital Foundation, and the Fort Atkinson Historical Society. This scholarship is in memory of the Ward family and their contribution to community and agriculture.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS majoring in Dairy Science.
After returning serving in the U.S. Navy during World War II, William W. Ward graduated with a BS in Agricultural Education in 1948 from the University of Wisconsin. Ward and his wife Janice ran a dairy farm for more than...
After returning serving in the U.S. Navy during World War II, William W. Ward graduated with a BS in Agricultural Education in 1948 from the University of Wisconsin. Ward and his wife Janice ran a dairy farm for more than 40 years in Fort Atkinson where they were active in the community. In addition to farming, Mr. Ward served on the board of Education, Rotary, the Bank of Fort Atkinson, the Fort Atkinson Memorial Hospital Foundation, and the Fort Atkinson Historical Society. This scholarship is in memory of the Ward family and their contribution to community and agriculture.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS majoring in Dairy Science and studying abroad.
This fund was created on August 23, 2006 to be a permanently endowed scholarship fund which is shared between the Department of Communication Arts and the Department of Theatre and Drama. Applicant should be pursuing courses in radio, television,...
This fund was created on August 23, 2006 to be a permanently endowed scholarship fund which is shared between the Department of Communication Arts and the Department of Theatre and Drama. Applicant should be pursuing courses in radio, television, film, speech, and drama
Graduate and undergraduate; pursuing media courses including speech and drama
William F. Allen Prize is awarded for the best historical essays of term-paper size and scope
William F. Allen Prize is awarded for the best historical essays of term-paper size and scope
Open to all undergraduate students. Essays must be at least 10-15 pages in length and written for a history course.
After having discovered a new variety of apple in 1949, William Connell grew his meager orchard, into a 13,000 tree orchard - and the home to his namesake - the Connell Red Apple. In addition to running the Connell's Orchard,...
After having discovered a new variety of apple in 1949, William Connell grew his meager orchard, into a 13,000 tree orchard - and the home to his namesake - the Connell Red Apple. In addition to running the Connell's Orchard, Mr. Connell also served as president of the Wisconsin Horticultural Society. This scholarship for horticulture students was established as a memorial of his achievements by friends and family.
Awarded to undergraduates in the department of Horticulture in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences. The recipient must be a Wisconsin resident and have satisfactory academic standing. Minimum GPA of 2.75.
William F. Renk, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Farm and Industry Short Course Program, formed the William F. Renk & Company with his sons in 1934. In addition to the family business, Mr. Renk was founder and chairman...
William F. Renk, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Farm and Industry Short Course Program, formed the William F. Renk & Company with his sons in 1934. In addition to the family business, Mr. Renk was founder and chairman of the first family farm corporation in the United States, and served as the state's Commissioner of Agriculture in the 1930s. This scholarship, set up by the Renk family recognizes his achievements in agriculture and service in Wisconsin.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS who demonstrated academic excellence.
William F. Renk, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Farm and Industry Short Course Program, formed the William F. Renk & Company with his sons in 1934. In addition to the family business, Mr. Renk was founder and chairman...
William F. Renk, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Farm and Industry Short Course Program, formed the William F. Renk & Company with his sons in 1934. In addition to the family business, Mr. Renk was founder and chairman of the first family farm corporation in the United States, and served as the state's Commissioner of Agriculture in the 1930s. This scholarship, set up by the Renk family recognizes his achievements in agriculture and service in Wisconsin.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS. Preference is given to students completing international internships or study abroad opportunities.
Students who demonstrate strong academic performance based on class rank and GPA.
Students who demonstrate strong academic performance based on class rank and GPA. These scholarships are awarded to freshmen.
This scholarship is currently unavailable. This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman resident or non-residents who are pursuing a degree with in the College of Letters and Science. Award amounts are subject to vary...
This scholarship is currently unavailable. This need-based scholarship provides a one-time award to a high achieving incoming freshman resident or non-residents who are pursuing a degree with in the College of Letters and Science. Award amounts are subject to vary at any time.
Recipients must be high achieving incoming freshmen with demonstrated financial need. Completed applications are evaluated using donor criteria and the College of Letters & Science criteria (academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment). Successful applicants should also have strong recommendations and well written essays.
US Youth Soccer is proud to announce that applications are now being accepted for the fourth term of US Youth Soccer William J. ""Billy"" Goaziou Scholarships. The memory of Goaziou is honored with two one-year scholarships in the amount...
US Youth Soccer is proud to announce that applications are now being accepted for the fourth term of US Youth Soccer William J. ""Billy"" Goaziou Scholarships. The memory of Goaziou is honored with two one-year scholarships in the amount of $1,000 to be awarded to one male and one female attending a post-secondary education institution.
Applicants must be high school seniors who have participated in a U.S. Youth Soccer program during the past two years. Students must have at least a 3.0 GPA. Selection is based on community service and the desire to give back to the game of soccer.
Mr. William A. Rothermel, a Wisconsin resident, received his B.S. degree in Agronomy and a M.S. in Soil Science. William led a very successful professional career working for 40 years in agriculture-related areas of Merck Pharmaceuticals. This scholarship, set up...
Mr. William A. Rothermel, a Wisconsin resident, received his B.S. degree in Agronomy and a M.S. in Soil Science. William led a very successful professional career working for 40 years in agriculture-related areas of Merck Pharmaceuticals. This scholarship, set up by the William A. Rothermel Fund, is to be awarded to students in the department of agronomy in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.
Awarded to CALS undergraduate or graduate students majoring in Soil Science.
Applicant must be graduating from Wisconsin Dells High School who will pursue a career in an art-related field.
Applicant must be graduating from Wisconsin Dells High School who will pursue a career in an art-related field.
Applicant must be a graduating senior from Wisconsin Dells High School who will pursue a degree in education.
Applicant must be a graduating senior from Wisconsin Dells High School who will pursue a degree in education.
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.
Renewable if recipient continues to demonstrate financial need
Renewable if recipient continues to demonstrate financial need
Applicant must be a Wisconsin resident enrolled at least part-time. Selection is based upon financial need; FAFSA is required.
The Wisconsin International Scholars (WISc) Program is an undergraduate honors enrichment program for students interested in global affairs, cultures, and languages.
The Wisconsin International Scholars (WISc) Program is an undergraduate honors enrichment program for students interested in global affairs, cultures, and languages.
Eligible applicants must meet ONE of the following criteria: <ol> <li>Cumulative HS GPA of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 scale at the end of junior year OR</li> <li>Top 10% of graduating class OR</li> <li>Minimum ACT score of 30, or a minimum SAT Composite score of 1750 (SAT prior to March 2016) or 1250 (SAT after March 2016).</li> </ol> Students may only apply for admission to the WISc Program before the start of their freshman year. Language preparation: minimum of 3 years of language study or demonstrated proficiency in at least one language beyond English. Additional elements considered in the selection process include demonstrated interest in global affairs, cultures, and languages as well as leadership potential and individual background and experiences.
Applicants must submit completed WLA application form, current transcript from the school, and two letters of recommendation from the student's instructors.
Applicants must submit completed WLA application form, current transcript from the school, and two letters of recommendation from the student's instructors.
Applicants must be undergraduate students at an accredited college or university having completed at least one semester of classes; must be enrolled in a curriculum that will enable them to pursue a career in a non-medical laboratory related field and have a 3.0 or higher GPA.
The Wisconsin Livestock and Meat Council Continuing Student Award are for students majoring in Meat and Animal Sciences who are also interested in the production meat industry. This scholarship was made available by the Wisconsin Livestock and Meat Council...
The Wisconsin Livestock and Meat Council Continuing Student Award are for students majoring in Meat and Animal Sciences who are also interested in the production meat industry. This scholarship was made available by the Wisconsin Livestock and Meat Council Board of Directors.
Awarded to beginning freshmen or transfer students in CALS majoring in animal science, with preference given to Wisconsin residents. Recipient will demonstrate an interest in the livestock and meat industry. Incoming freshmen are to have been in the upper 50% of their high school class. Award recipients must possess a record strong in academic achievement and extracurricular activities with preference given to need for assistance. Minimum GPA is 3.0
Participants in the American Legion Oratorical Contest develop leadership qualities, the ability to think and speak clearly and intelligently, and are better prepared for the acceptance of the duties and responsibilities, for the rights and privileges of American citizenship. ...
Participants in the American Legion Oratorical Contest develop leadership qualities, the ability to think and speak clearly and intelligently, and are better prepared for the acceptance of the duties and responsibilities, for the rights and privileges of American citizenship. A single main speech topic related the United States Constitution will be required with a length of 8 to 10 minutes, as well as an "Assigned Topic" that must consume 3 to 5 minutes of presenter's delivery.
Applicants must be high school students under the age of 20 who are U.S. citizens or legal residents and residents of the state. Students first give an oration within their state and winners compete at the national level. The oration must be related to the Constitution of the United States focusing on the duties and obligations citizens have to the government. It must be in English and be between eight and ten minutes. There is also an assigned topic which is posted on the website, and it should be between three and five minutes.
The NACA® Foundation offers numerous scholarships that are available to undergraduate and graduate students, student leaders, professional staff and associate members on an annual basis. Scholarship nominations are solicited each year. However, awards will only be made when the specific...
The NACA® Foundation offers numerous scholarships that are available to undergraduate and graduate students, student leaders, professional staff and associate members on an annual basis. Scholarship nominations are solicited each year. However, awards will only be made when the specific scholarship fund is above the designated minimum established. Questions may be directed to Telesia Davis at the NACA Office.
Applicant must be a U.S. citizen, an undergraduate or graduate student in good standing enrolled in at least six semester credits currently enrolled in, or have received a degree from, a college or university within Wisconsin or upper peninsula of Michigan. Applicant must have demonstrated leadership and significant service to their campus community.
This CALS scholarship is provided by Wisconsin Rural Opportunities Foundation.
This CALS scholarship is provided by Wisconsin Rural Opportunities Foundation.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS from Wisconsin family farms who demonstrate financial need.
This CALS scholarship is provided by Wisconsin Rural Youth.
This CALS scholarship is provided by Wisconsin Rural Youth.
Awarded to undergraduate students in CALS that meet specific requirements of rural background. Students must be selected from DPI list of school districts under a certain enrollment. Minimum GPA of 2.0.
We award a large number of scholarships totaling over $500,000 annually. Students who submit an application will be considered for all scholarships for which they are eligible.
We award a large number of scholarships totaling over $500,000 annually. Students who submit an application will be considered for all scholarships for which they are eligible.
This application is only for current business students. If you have not declared your major through the BBA Advising Services Office (3150 Grainger Hall), you may not be considered for major specific, departmental scholarship dollars. You must be declared within a specific major to receive consideration for those funds. We strongly encourage students to submit the FAFSA to be considered for need-based scholarships. Students who are not able to fill out the FAFSA are still eligible to receive funds.
We award a large number of scholarships totaling over $500,000 annually. Students who submit an application will be considered for all scholarships for which they are eligible.
We award a large number of scholarships totaling over $500,000 annually. Students who submit an application will be considered for all scholarships for which they are eligible.
This application is for students who plan to apply (or already have) to the School of Business this admissions cycle (March 2017). Students are offered scholarships only if they are admitted to the School of Business. Incoming first-year students who are applying as a direct admit do not need to fill out a scholarship application. We strongly encourage students to submit the FAFSA to be considered for need-based scholarships. Students who are not able to fill out the FAFSA are still eligible to receive funds.
Scholarships are awarded to all performers and theater techs in Wisconsin Singers (singers, dancers, instrumentalists, sound/lighting/stage management techs). Students of any major, including incoming freshmen, must audition/apply in May or June of the year preceding participation as well as fill...
Scholarships are awarded to all performers and theater techs in Wisconsin Singers (singers, dancers, instrumentalists, sound/lighting/stage management techs). Students of any major, including incoming freshmen, must audition/apply in May or June of the year preceding participation as well as fill out a scholarship application. Scholarship recipients receive awards based on a full academic year of performing with the Wisconsin Singers and also receive UW class credit.
Wisconsin Singers (singers,dancers, instrumentalists, sound/lighting/stage management techs) is open to UW Madison students of any major including incoming freshmen and transfer students. Singers, dancers, actors, brass and saxophone, keys, drumset, electric bass, and electric guitar players eligible. Sound engineer, stage manager, and lighting designers also needed.
Applicant must be a graduate of a Wisconsin high school
Applicant must be a graduate of a Wisconsin high school
Applicants must be female Wisconsin residents who are undergraduate students at a participating Wisconsin college or university. They must be interested in government, public service or political careers and demonstrate financial need. Selection is based on academic merit, leadership, initiative,...
Applicants must be female Wisconsin residents who are undergraduate students at a participating Wisconsin college or university. They must be interested in government, public service or political careers and demonstrate financial need. Selection is based on academic merit, leadership, initiative, communication skills, extracurricular activities and commitment to public service.
Must be involved in the Women in Mechanical Engineering Program.
Must be involved in the Women in Mechanical Engineering Program.
Funds to support undergraduate students with financial need who participate in the Worldwide Internship Program, a credit-bearing online course taken while students are engaged in an internship outside their country of origin. (Students doing the WIP online course with programs...
Funds to support undergraduate students with financial need who participate in the Worldwide Internship Program, a credit-bearing online course taken while students are engaged in an internship outside their country of origin. (Students doing the WIP online course with programs such as TEAN or SCORE/SUPER-G are also eligible.)
Continuing undergraduate students with a GPA of 2.5 or greater and who have unmet financial need are eligible for the Worldwide Internship Program Grant. Students must have secured or be in the process of securing an internship outside their home country for a minimum of 6 weeks and 120 hours of work. Students must also be willing to contribute to outreach when they return to campus.
Scholarship for MS&E Undergraduate Students
Scholarship for MS&E Undergraduate Students
Current MS&E Undergraduate Student
Scholarships for undergraduates in Mechanical Engineering
Scholarships for undergraduates in Mechanical Engineering Completed applications are read and evaluated using criteria designated by the donor and the values of the college. In addition, scholarships with a required financial need component use information provided on the completed FAFSA form
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.