Scholarships are monetary gifts from community, private, and campus sources and are usually based on academic merit or some other criteria. Some scholarships also require verification of financial need. Therefore, all scholarship applicants are strongly encouraged to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Campus foundations, local businesses, and other sources provide scholarships for students at UW-Marinette. No repayment of scholarships is required.
Contact your high school counselor and/or the UW-Marinette Office of Student Affairs for scholarship information.
UW-Marinette is proud of the caliber of its student body. In order to encourage and support academic excellence, we offer a variety of scholarships and grants to our students. We invite you to learn more about our programs and apply for our awards.
If you plan to attend the University of Wisconsin - Marinette as a full- or part-time student, you may be eligible for a scholarship or grant. These awards have been established to help the varied student population at the UW-Marinette campus. You may qualify for grants or scholarships as a new, continuing or transfer student. To apply, submit a completed application form to the Campus Scholarship Committee.
You only need to fill out one application to be considered for all the scholarships for which you are eligible. Applications for freshman and sophomore scholarships must be received no later than August 8 for Fall Semester students.
You will need Microsoft Word to open the following forms:
Fall 2014 Scholarships
You can sort the scholarships according to categories such as those for new or continuing students or full-time or part time students simply by clicking on the category at the top of the page.
Scholarship Application Procedure
- Be admitted as a student at UW-Marinette.
- Complete the online Scholarship Application Form and submit using the directions below
- Select 2 individuals to complete the Recommendation Form. If you are a current student, we recommend you choose teachers/faculty members who can speak to your academic record. Other suggestions would be to select individuals who can speak to your work/volunteer experience.
- Make sure transcripts (college and/or high school) and ACT/SAT scores are on file with your campus application
How To Submit Your Scholarship Application
1. Download the Word file and complete the application
2. Save your application in your hard drive with your first name, last name and date. For example: jim.jones-201415.doc
3. Submit your application via email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a subject line that reads Scholarship Application 2014-15.
4. Submit your application by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, August 8, 2014
5. Select two individuals to complete a recommendation form (above) and have them mail it to the campus address listed on the bottom of the form. Both recommendations must be received by the August 8, 2014 deadline.
A confirmation email will be sent to you once your application is received, however it is your responsibility to ensure your recommendation forms are received by the August 8 deadline.
Scholarship and grant applications are reviewed by the Campus Scholarship Committee. Awards are made on an equitable basis. In addition to specific requirements of individual scholarships and grants, judging criteria include some or all of the following: academic potential, motivation, demonstrated ability, communication and self-expression skills. Half the scholarship amount is geneally awarded fall semester, the remaining half spring semester, depending on the recipient's grade point average.
Recipients must enroll in classes for college credit at the UW-Marinette campus to receive appropriate monies. If a recipient is not yet registered for classes on the first day of the semester for which the award is designated, the Campus Scholarship Committee reserves the right to reassign the scholarship.
If you have any questions, call the Office of Student Affairs at (715) 735-4300 ext. 4301 or e-mail at email@example.com.