New Freshman Scholarship

Application Form

* Orange asterisk indicates required field.

Student Record Identification
This is the ID that was included on the scholarship letter from the Financial Aid Office and is also the same 9-digit number as your PASS temporary username.
Personal Information
Check all that apply.
If you answered "Other" for the "Race/Ethnicity" question above, describe your race/ethnicity.
You are the first in your family to attend a four-year college/university to attain a bachelor's degree.
If either of your parents graduated from UW-Platteville.
Academic Information
Enter GPA with two decimal places. (Example: 3.00) GPA should be based on a 4.0 scale.
Put 0 in field if ACT Score does not apply.
Put 0 in field if Math Score does not apply.
Put 0 in field if SAT Score does not apply.
Describe Yourself
List the leadership activities you have been involved in during high school. Include any clubs, organizations, co-curricular, and extra-curricular activities. List your role in each activity. (TIP: Complete this information in a Word document and copy to the field below.)
List the organizations you have been involved within the community. (TIP: Complete this information in a Word document and copy to the field below.)
List past 3 year of employment/work history. Explain main job duties and years of service.
List short term goals that include your classroom and campus goals during your first year. Long term goals to include your goals after graduation. (TIP: Complete this information in a Word document and copy to the field below.)
List any military background that you or a member of your family have, such as National Guard, Reserves or Active Duty experiences.
A short biography of your academic achievements and why you have chosen your intended major.
List any financial/academic hardships you or your family have experienced, such as: loss of employment, family health issues, disabilities that hinder your academics, social issues, etc.
List scholarship name first then write your essay if required for a specific scholarship (e.g. Sesquicentennial Scholarship requires a separate essay).
Financial need may be a requirement for the final selection of an award. The FAFSA information is the best information for the committees to determine this information. Please indicate the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) number that was listed on the students’ Student Aid Report (SAR) from the 2018/2019 FAFSA form. To find this information, please log into and review this information. If you choose to not answer this question, you will not be considered for any scholarships with a financial need requirement.

Disclaimer: The information listed on this application is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge. I understand that this information and any supporting documents will be held in strict confidence by UW-Platteville Scholarship Committees and the UW-Platteville Financial Aid Office. Since academic performance and financial need are factors considered in the selection of the recipients for many of these awards, I hereby give permission to the appropriate UW-Platteville Scholarship Committees to have necessary information available in the Offices of the Registrar and Admissions and Enrollment.


The scholarships available are listed on our Scholarships page.In order to complete the scholarship application, you must have been admitted and received a letter from the Financial Aid Office that includes your EMPL ID number.  This number must be included on your application.  You will be considered for all scholarships available by submitting the scholarship application.  

When selecting your college, be sure to review your admission letter to determine the College you have been admitted into.  If you are undecided about your major, you will be in the College of Liberal Arts and Education.
When completing the narrative sections of the application, be sure to prepare your answers in a Word Document. After you have completed and saved your answers, then copy into the appropriate fields below. In case the application erases your answers before you submit, you have the information saved and will save time when applying.

The application deadline is February 1, end of business day, 5:00 pm (CT).  No late applications will be accepted.

The committees will begin reviewing applications shortly after February 1st. You will receive a letter regarding your application status by the end of March. 

If you have questions, please call the Financial Aid Office and ask for Michele Timlin at 608.342.1836 or 1.800.616.0412 or e-mail

Good Luck!!

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