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For students in the Masters of Science Education – Special Education Program. Applicants must submit a 300-word essay describing how the applicant would, as a special educator, deliver services to students with disabilities, work with other educators, and what strategies for intervention the applicant would use.

 For full-time students majoring in Education.

For incoming freshman students majoring in Teacher Education and having a minimum GPA of 3.0.

For juniors or seniors with an education major with a minor in broad area social studies or political science. First preference to applicants from Wisconsin, especially north of Highway 29.

For a student majoring in elementary education, having at least a 2.8 GPA and financial need.

For students in Teacher Education.

Some of these scholarships will be dedicated to early childhood education specifically; whereas, others will be dedicated to future teachers in general. Be sure to look at all scholarships for education majors no matter whether the scholarship is for college and university expenses, licensures, or for conferences. Every scholarship will help provide you with a brighter future and to help you become a better teacher.

For students enrolled full-time at UW-Superior who wish to pursue a career in working with persons with disabilities. The recipient must have a major in Elementary Education with a minor in Adaptive Education/Special Education along with pursuing a degree program and/or certificate to work with persons with disabilities. The recipient must be entering their undergraduate junior or senior year at UW-Superior, have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 and show some level of financial need. The recipient must also include a paragraph in the scholarship application outlining their personal commitment to and involvement with persons with disabilities.

For new or continuing students in Elementary Education.

For anybody that has the kind of unwavering dedication it takes to become a teacher to help you along the way as you either enter the field with a pre-licensure degree, or advance with a master’s. Any recently accepted or currently enrolled undergraduate or graduate student in a CAEP (NCATE or TEAC)-accredited bachelor’s or master’s level pre-licensure initial teacher preparation program, or current teacher earning secondary endorsements or advanced licensure through an accredited master’s.

For students in Teacher Education.

For full-time students majoring in Education.

For a graduate student enrolled in the Educational Administration program at UW-Superior.

Half of this annual scholarship is awarded to a student in the Distance Learning program and the other half to a student in teacher education.

 For students and teachers who want to foster creativity in students.


For upper-class students of good achievement preparing for careers in science teaching.

For students majoring in Elementary Education, with preference given to those also minoring in Broad Field Language Arts.

For students majoring in Teacher Education.

For a non-traditional student of merit who is pursuing a degree in Education.

For students in Elementary Education.

For students in Teacher Education.

For an incoming freshman student. First preference to a student majoring in Business or Education. Student must be from one of the following high schools: Ashland, Bayfield, Washburn, Mellen, or Butternut.

For students of academic merit, majoring in Teacher Education.

For students of academic merit, majoring in Teacher Education.

For a full-time student majoring in Elementary Education.

For students majoring in Elementary Education.

Two annual educational student awards for an oustanding Ed.S. research thesis in Educational Administration or for scholarly work by an Educational Administration graduate student. Students competing for the award must submit their scholarly writing or research thesis to a faculty committee for selection. The committee, to be headed by the faculty member mainly responsible for teaching the research class or classes for educational administration if possible, will determine the award recipients.  

For students attending UW-Superior who are pursuing a career in the teaching profession.

For undergraduate students in their junior or senior year majoring in Education. Students must be a resident of Douglas County or southern St. Louis County (Duluth area) and have a strong academic background.

For a full-time female undergraduate junior majoring in Elementary Education with a 2.8 to 3.2 GPA.

For students who meet these criteria:

  1. Must have achieved at least sophomore standing at the time the scholarship is awarded
  2. Must play one of the following instruments: violin, viola, cello or double bass
  3. Must study privately with a member of the UW-Superior music faculty
  4. Must be a member of the UW-Superior Chamber Orchestra
  5. Must be a Teacher Education major, except that in the case there is no Teacher Education major who meets all other criteria, the scholarship may be awarded to a Music Performance major who meets the other criteria
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