- Freshmen applicants who will/have graduated in the top ¼ of their high school class, a GPA of 3.25 and have an ACT of at least 21 will be considered for a Foundation scholarship.
- Scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis among this group. Award recipients usually have a strong high school curriculum and present an ACT score and/or class rank that is above these minimums.
Types of Foundation and Trust Fund Scholarships
Numerous awards are given to incoming freshmen students on the basis of academic merit, intended major, and other criteria. Some scholarships are renewable if the specified criteria continue to be met, but the majority are for one year. Students will have the opportunity to apply for additional scholarships each year as continuing students. Scholarships are made possible through the generosity of the many alumni and friends of UW-Superior.
The application for admission to UW-Superior is also the application for Foundation scholarships for incoming freshmen, and students will be notified if they are awarded a scholarship.
Your application for admission to UW-Superior is also your scholarship application. Scholarships will be awarded to select students who are admitted on or before February 1, and students will be notified if they are awarded a scholarship. Scholarship recipients must generally enroll as full-time students (12 or more credits per semester), and will receive awards in two installments, each at the start of each semester.