The University of Wisconsin-Platteville Chancellor’s Scholarship Program is a highly competitive scholarship program that provides scholarship funding to incoming freshmen up to the full cost of tuition and fees.
It also provides participants with leadership opportunities, including gatherings with the chancellor and other leaders in the UW-Platteville community.
The scholarship is renewable based on academic performance. Participants can major in any subject and receive this scholarship.
If you have demonstrated a passion for leadership, have excellent academic records, and intend to continue high-level leadership contribution and outstanding academic performance during your attendance at UW-Platteville, please apply by December 31.
- High school graduate
- Demonstrated commitment to education and leadership
- Recipients must be a new freshman admitted to UW-Platteville for the upcoming fall semester
- Must be a U.S. Citizen
- You have demonstrated leadership in extracurricular school, community, and state or national causes or organizations.
- You show potential to become an engaged member and potential leader within the UW-Platteville campus and the greater Platteville community.
- You have notable academic achievement based on review of high school records and standardized test scores.
- Your financial need may be considered.
- First, apply and be admitted to UW-Platteville.
- Submit a Chancellor Scholarship Application.
The UW-Platteville Chancellor Scholarship is highly competitive and limited to 10 awards annually, depending on the availability of funds. The deadline for applications is December 31. You will be notified of a decision by March 1.
- You must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.25 at the end of each spring semester to have the award renewed for the following year.
- You must remain in good disciplinary standing with the Dean of Students Office.
- You must remain continuously enrolled full-time.
- You must complete 24 or more credits in each academic year.
- The scholarship is limited to a maximum of four years (eight semesters).
- We expect you to continue your commitment to leadership through campus clubs, organizations, and community groups and initiatives.