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Scholarship Information for Faculty and Staff
The scholarship award process:
Scholarship and Dept. Fund Report: University Advancement will send each department chair a report which lists the available amounts and criteria for their department's scholarships. This usually occurs by January 31.
Distribute scholarship applications: Foundation Scholarship Applications may be given to any student who wishes to apply for a scholarship.
Complete the faculty/advisor portion of the scholarship applications (part D): Students are responsible for completing parts A, B and C. They then must submit the application to their department chair or their advisor. Department chairs and advisors should collect each application, complete part D, and evaluate each application to determine which students shall be awarded specific Foundation Scholarships based on the donor-specified criteria attached to the scholarship.
Submit the applications: Once the department chairs or advisors have completed all recommendations for students in their department to receive Foundation Scholarships, the department chairs or advisors must submit the completed applications to the University Advancement Office.
If any department chair or advisor does not submit all scholarship applications for their department by the deadline, a Foundation Scholarship Committee will collect the forms from those department chairs or advisors and make recommendations for students to receive the scholarships which were allocated to that department.
Please contact Heather Thompson in University Advancement with any questions at 715-394-8452.
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