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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 Education
Any liberal studies major in the College of Liberal Arts and Education; leadership potential; high academic achievement and financial need.

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
Recipient 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 

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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