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new freshman scholarships

COLLEGE OF Liberal arts and education

The following NFS from the College of Liberal Arts and Education are for incoming freshman. The application deadline is February 1.
  • College of Liberal Arts and Educatio
    • Any liberal studies major in the College of Liberal Arts and Education; leadership potential; high academic achievement and financial need.
  • Dr. Robert I. and Myrt Velzy Music Scholarship
    • Majoring in Music with an emphasis in piano or organ.
  • Dr. Robert I. and Myrt Velzy Psychology Scholarship
    • Majoring in Psychology with an emphasis in clinical psychology or experimental and research psychology. 
  • Edith Parkins Scholarship
    • New freshman, graduate of River Ridge, WI High School and pursuing a degree in Elementary Education; K-8.
  • Ernie Krogman and Pat Schroeder Memorial Scholarship
    • Incoming freshman majoring in Education. Preference given to Lancaster High School graduates, with consideration from Southwestern High School and Cadott High School.
  • Francis '31 and Estelle (Shere) '33 Piquette Scholarship
    • Must declare education as a major. Preference give to Platteville High School students and students with financial need.
  • G. Olin Gunderson Scholarship
    • New freshman or continuing student with an emphasis in Art Education, Comprehensive Art Emphasis, or Graphics Design Emphasis.
  • Glenn Riddle Music
    • Music performance contribution and scholastic achievement. Awarded to incoming new freshman. Overall gpa of 3.0+ and gpa of 3.5 in applied lessons and performing groups. Contact Music Department at (608) 342-1143 for audition dates.
  • Hazel T. and Godfrey Struebing Scholarship
    • Any major in the School of Education
  • James Belongia Scholarship
    • Must be a new freshman pursing a degree in education to establish a teaching career.  Must demonstrate financial need based off of the FAFSA submission
  • Jeanne Brunette-Tregoning Scholarship
    • Must be female who is pursuing a major in education and planning to teach kindergarten through fifth grade. Student must exemplify good moral character. Must be a graduate from a southwestern WI high school and from a community under 7,000 in population. Scholarship maybe renewable for 4 years if student maintains at least a B average.
  • Katie Binning Memorial
    • Pursuing a degree in English or Art with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater. Student must be active in extra-curricular activities and describe community and school involvement. Preference given to applicants who are from the following surrounding counties of Abbotsford, WI which include: Clark, Marathon and Taylor Counties
  • Lloyd Daughenbaugh Scholarship
    • New freshman who plans to pursue an education degree.
  • Lulu Howery
    • Any major in the College of Liberal Arts and Education; high academic achievement in high school and financial need.
  • Lyle & Ruth Olson Memorial Scholarship
    • Any major within the Fine Arts Department 
  • Music
    • Musical talent; contact Music Department for audition dates (608) 342-1143.
  • Patricia Magnuson Memorial Scholarship
    • Incoming Freshman from Schaumburg (IL) School District to major in teaching or a secondary party to any Schaumburg School District student. Must demonstrate financial need.
  • Paul & Jan Hemmer Music Scholarship
    • Major in music, from Dubuque county, IA, maintain a 3.0 grade point average and demonstrate financial need. Preference is given to a student involved in extra curricular activities. Student may be a new freshman or a continuing student.
  • School of Education
    • Any major in the School of Education.
  • Tay and Anna (Frances) Dresden
    • Student must major either in the School of Education or College of Engineering, Mathematics and Science. Students need to be from a rural community background.
  • William & Karen Schilling for Platteville High School in Education
    • New Freshman from Platteville High School who is majoring in Education. Must demonstrate financial need
  • Wright Family Scholarship
    • Must be pursing a degree in the College of Liberal Arts and Education.  Preference give to students demonstrating financial need, from Galena, IL and/or students who are veterans.  

 

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