Your success in finding money is only limited to your willingness to "do your homework" and fill out as many application forms as you qualify for.
*If you will be working while going to school have a conversation with your boss to discuss a flexible work schedule to accomodate your classes and possible employer tuition reimbursement options.
Paying for a college education can often be made affordable through financial aid loans, grants and scholarship opportunities. Put together a list of scholarships and their deadlines and dedicate regularly scheduled time to complete applications. Remember, one hour of your time could mean $250 in scholarships (or more).
UW-Whitewater is pleased to announce the online scholarship application period begins December 1. More than 200 scholarships are available! To apply for a scholarship go to http://www.uww.edu/scholarships (Scholarships). Only currently enrolled UW-Whitewater students with a Net-ID can apply.
Applications for most scholarships will be accepted until Saturday, February 22, 2018. Please carefully review each scholarship for additional information.
This scholarship was made possible by Dr. Ernella S. Hunziker, UW-W professor in Art and Education from 1963 to 1990. UW-W full-time students' (12 credits or more) scholarships are up to $3,000 per academic year, payable over two semesters. UW-W half-time students' (6-11.5 credits) scholarship awards are $1,500 per academic year, payable over two semesters. Payment of the scholarship will be made directly to UW-Whitewater, not the recipient, to be applied toward payment of tuition.
Kelly Alicea – Spanish Education
Diana Boomsma – Elementary Education
Hannah Grant – Elementary Education
Lauren Hanus – Elementary Education
Allison Johnson – Psychology
Dania Knotek – Fine Arts
Lynda Roehl – Health and Human Performance
Mikaila Walker – Early Childhood Education
All applicants must:
Please submit the following materials (make sure each page has your name on it):
Download New Application ( DOCX)
The scholarship is renewable for up to six semesters. Students currently holding the scholarship who seek renewal must submit the following: (Please make sure each page has your name on it)
Download Renewal Application ( DOCX)
For a paper application please contact Adult Student Coordinator Lynn Smith at SmithLM11@uww.edu or (262)472-1619
Applications via e-mail send to Lynn Smith at SmithLM11@uww.edu (Subject line: Hunziker App for (insert name))
In 1993, a scholarship fund was established and named to honor Denise Bertucci, an outstanding Jaycee who died in 1992 after a courageous battle with cancer. The Denise Bertucci Memorial Scholarship are scholarship(s) meant for the nontraditional students - those returning to school after a break in their formal education. The Bertucci Scholarship fund is at $1,000.00, and the Scholarship Committee will review all applications received and award the funds accordingly.
The Talbots Charitable Foundation is proud to present a scholarship program for women looking to return to college later in life. This program is for the 2018 academic year and includes one $30,000 Nancy Talbot Scholarship Award, and 30 $5,000 awards. Applications are available beginning in November of 2017. The deadline for applications is in January 2018 or when the first 1,000 applications are received, whichever is earlier.
Applicants to the 2018 Talbots Women´s Scholarship Program must:
The U.S. Army Women's Foundation is the premier center for educational excellence, the national network for today's Army women and a dynamic advocate for telling the history of Army women.
The Foundation Legacy Scholarship program recognizes the importance of education and helping recipients to achieve their educational goals. The Legacy Scholarship program offers financial support toward community college coursework and undergraduate degrees to Army women and their lineal descendents. Scholarships are based on merit, academic potential, community service and need.
The Legacy Scholarships are available for tuition assistance at the community college level or four year academic institutions. At this time, scholarships for graduate work and/or additional undergraduate degree are not part of the program
College Board: A collection of public and private scholarships that allow you to fill out a questionnaire to match you with the appropriate scholarships.
Fast Web: Gives advice on applying for scholarships and provides advice on the financial aid process.
Scholarship Hunter: Search for academic or athletic scholarships, scholarship contests, essay awards and state awards.
Student Scholarship Search: A scholarship and grant search engine.
NextStudent : A resource for the entire financial aid process—from applying for scholarships to paying your loans after graduation.