Scholarships - Recently Added

For a junior with a major in Biology or Environmental Science and a focus on aquatic biology or fishery science. Recipient must be enrolled full-time and maintain at least a 3.0 GPA. The recipient will renew the award in their senior year if they continue to meet the criteria.

For students with a concentration in either choral or instrumental music who have shown dedication and integrity in their pursuit of a degree in Music Education. Student must maintain at least a 3.0 GPA, must be at least a sophomore, and must demonstrate the disposition necessary for a career dedicated to nurturing the potential of their fellow humankind; i.e., the student demonstrates the development of knowledge, skills and dispositions as articulated in the criteria put forth in the Wisconsin Teacher Standards and especially the dispositions put forth in Standard #9: “The pre-student teacher engages in ongoing professional learning. The pre-student teacher uses evidence to continuously reflect on and evaluate their field teaching practice and all aspects of their degree studies, including the effects of their choices and actions on pupils, their families, other educators, and the community. The pre-student teacher adapts their practice to meet the needs of each pupil.”

Each year, Emmy Reddy offers financial assistance to students with an interest in pursuing careers in the legal field.

To show thanks for the sacrifices made by the United States military and their families, Education Connection is offering a scholarship. They hope to help offset the costs of earning a degree and pursuing those next steps in your civilian career path.

For high school seniors or currently enrolled undergraduate students to write an essay about the impact of coronavirus on the education system. This is a twice a year opportunity. 

The WiseGeek Recent Immigrants Scholarship is a $500 scholarship for students who have immigrated to the United States on or after January 1, 2010.

The scholarship is available to students of any age, with any type of disability, including but not limited to physical disabilities, medical conditions, mental or psychiatric conditions, speech and language, learning disabilities, behavioral conditions, and all other conditions.

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

A scholarship for students from all majors, but preference will be given to applicants pursuing design and engineering-related fields.

Each year, the team at Insurance Guide Local offers a $500 scholarship to students pursuing their post-secondary education at a college or trade school. They believe by encouraging students to advance their education beyond high school they can improve communities as these individuals enter the workforce, better educated and better prepared to give back to their own local communities.

In the knowledge of the pressures and difficulties students and their families are experiencing to advance their futures, this is a $1000 scholarship for undergraduate students that are getting their first step on the ladder.

An annual scholarship for students to express where they believe entertainment technology is headed and share their thoughts on how it can improve.

A scholarship for an undergraduate student’s education with a scholarship and potential internet fame.

Applicants will need to explore how they’ve used their creative talents to achieve at their college or university.

Are you a student that loves to write? Do you see yourself being a writer in the future? Do you have a story to tell? If you’d like to use your creative writing skills to help fund your education, this scholarship is for you!

Easton & Easton, LLP is proud to announce a scholarship opportunity to support the advancement of post-secondary education. By investing in the betterment of self, individuals are able to give back to their communities. 

For students who write an essay at least 500 words in length and no more than 750 words on the specified topic. 

The Preply Inc. video contest aims to raise awareness about the various learning challenges for students with cognitive disabilities and share their insights on how foreign language learning helps them achieve more.

Scholarship for students who've been impacted by single moms or who are a single mom themselves. 

College students who have had a meaningful relationship with a pet. Must be a US Citizen or permanent legal resident. All GPAs and majors are encouraged to apply.

Each year Emery Reddy offers financial assistance to students with an interest in pursuing careers in the legal field. Winning scholarship recipients will be contacted via email.

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 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 an incoming freshman from a Twin Ports area high school with at least a 3.2 GPA. Recipient must have a major in an area of local need as determined by the UW-Superior Center for Community Engaged Learning. Majors currently fulfilling this are: any Teacher Education, Transportation & Logistics Management, Math & Computer Science with IT infrastructure/security or programming focus, any Business Administration, Biology, Chemistry, or Community Health Promotions.

For students accepted into the School of Business and Economics in the Accounting major. Recipients must have at least a cumulative 3.0 GPA.

For a student that has at least a 2.5 GPA and has been assisted by student services. Preference given to female students that are divorced and attending UW-Superior to enhance/enrich their future.

This award provides financial support to students enrolled in the UW-Superior Pre-Medicine/Pre-Health program with strong desire to succeed in becoming a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.). To qualify, applicants must maintain at least a 3.5 GPA, must be enrolled full-time in the Pre-Medicine/Pre-Health program, and must submit an essay that details the applicant's strong desire to succeed in medical school, their commitment to strong academic performance at UW-Superior, and their intention of successfully applying to medical school.

Funds received from this award opportunity must be used to help pay the cost of enrolling in and completing a Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) preparatory course, the cost for taking the MCAT, the cost for using the American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS) to apply to M.D. and/or D.O. medical schools, and/or other expenses related to applying to and being accepted to M.D. or D.O. medical schools.

Awarded to an incoming freshman graduating from Superior High School with at least a 3.5 cumulative GPA. The recipient must have decalred a major in a STEM related field and must have financial need. The recipient will be selected in the following order of preference: female resident of the Billings Park area in Superior, WI; a female resident of Superior, WI; a resident of the Billings Park area in Superior, WI; a resident of Superior, WI.

For a junior or senior majoring in Chemistry, Biology, or Broad Field Science, with a 3.0 or higher GPA

For students who are veterans, or sons or daughters of veterans.

For a student active in student organizations/campus life that has at least a 3.0 GPA and financial need.

For students of academic merit, majoring in Teacher Education.

For students in a distance learning program.

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

For students of academic merit.

For a student in a distance learning program.

Annual scholarship to a student who is enrolled in the UW-Superior Upward Bound program. The student selected will have graduated from one of the following counties in Northeast Minnesota or Northwest Wisconsin: Aitkin, Carlton, Cook, Lake, St. Louis, Crow Wing, Ashland, Bayfield, Douglas or Iron. The scholarship may be renewed if the student maintains a 3.0 GPA or higher.

For students majoring in biology, preferably incoming freshmen in the top 15th percentile of their graduation class. Continuing students must have at least a 3.0 grade point average for the year immediately preceding the award.

For a psychology major with a focus on experimental psychology (cognitive and/or behavior), and a cumulative GPA of 3.4 or greater.

For a music major with a GPA of 3.0 or higher.

For a student who shares how they support businesses in their regions and how they plan to use their education to help local businesses thrive.

MusicAuthority recognizes the positive impact that music can have on a student’s learning experience. Studies have shown how music can enhance learning- from improving memory performance to relieving anxiety, music can be a great component to aid a student’s college experience.

For upper-class and graduate students preparing for careers in fields related to the preservation, management, and enjoyment of natural resources. 

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

For a full-time student majoring in Elementary Education.

 For full-time students majoring in Education.

For aiding or assisting individual foreign students in attendance at UW-Superior. 

To aid international, full-time students in good academic standing in attending UW-Superior. 

For women who are pursuing careers in transportation through undergraduate and graduate programs. The scholarships are competitive and based on the applicant's specific transportation goals, academic record and transportation-related activities or job skills.

A plethora of scholarships for students seeking careers in the aircraft electronics and aviation maintenance industry, as well as technicians from AEA member companies.

For the child, grandchild, or spouse of an employee or an employee of a TCA member or independent contractor affiliated with a TCA member with connections to the truckload industry to help reach their dreams.

For students who possess a commitment to the material handling, logistics and/or supply chain industry. 

For students with a Transportation and Logistics Management and/or Supply Chain Management concentration major. This scholarship opportunity supports students seeking to completed a graded, for-credit internship with an intermodal company approved by the Transportation and Logistics Management Program. Recipients must have completed at least one of the upper division courses: Supply Chain Management or Transportation Economics, they must have been accepted for an internship with an IANA member or a company engaged in a facet of intermodal operation, the internship must require the recipient to live away from their home location, and they must have financial need.

For full-time Transportation and Logistics Management majors (for at least one semester prior to applying) with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher. Preference given to students with experience or leadership in maritime or related military experience, evidence of excellence in maritime related classes, and active participation in a maritime organization.

For a student who best demonstrates his/her passion for small business in the United States by creating a well-researched and personal account of a small business that has impacted his/her life, or of a dream he/she may have to establish their own business.

Provides financial assistance to students who are caring for an adult relative while enrolled in college.

To help the educational efforts of students while raising awareness of mesothelioma, provide information about its prognosis, and the dangers of being exposed to asbestos.

To help student reduce their education costs.

For young entrepreneurs to have personal funds and reduce educational costs can to make progress in moving their business ideas forward.

Submit a business plan for your current or prospective business which includes a section outlining intellectual property strategy.

For students in the construction industry based in part on merit, defined by the committee to include acedemic achievements as well as a range of other personal accomplishments and experiences.

For all students who are dabbling in entrepreneurship. 

To support our nation's veterans, including a commitment to assist them in completing postsecondary education programs to help them return to, and succeed in, a competitive job market. 

Submit a short essay (500 to 1000 words) describing what you expect to change going to college and how you will adapt.

For college or high school women who are striving to lead healthy lifestyles and is committed to maintaining personal wellness. 

 

For a sophomore/upper classman/grad student in college who has declared their major to be: Biology, Wildlife Management, Fish Biology, Aqua Biology and any related fields.

Applications are available in the UW-Superior Financial Aid Office.  

For a student who wishes to share their insight on the concept of success. 

Designed for a student whose writing displays a clear and unique voice with the potential to thrive in the competitive literary landscape.

 

Scholarship opportunities are available to students to support this growing need for qualified substance abuse and mental health professionals. There are several academic resources available, which can help you pursue a healthcare career. 

For students who transform opportunity into results. It rewards achievement in its many forms and honors those who create opportunity for both themselves and others.

 

For a student pursuing a degree and career in the strength and conditioning field: Exercise Science, Human Performance, Physical Therapy, Strength and Conditioning, Athletic Training, Personal Training, Exercise Physiology, Human Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Anatomy, Physiology, Physical Education, Kinesiology, Sport Science, Physiotherapy, Sport Coaching, Education, Health, Sports and Fitness Administration, Sports Medicine, Sports Studies

Not included: Chiropractic, Sport Management

For legally blind scholars in both eyes across the fifty states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico in recognition of their achievements and professional aspirations. Award ranges from $3,000-$12,000.

For students to ease the financial burdens of one student each year who has spent a great deal of money in medical expenses for the treatment of chronic Lyme disease.

 

For a student who has their own passion for health and technology and can use their imagination to forecast where these subjects may lead us into the future. 

 

For a student who wishes to share what, "The only thing worse than being blind is having sight but no vision," means to them. 

For students who designed an innovative project that makes a difference in the lives of others (This could be a website, series of blogs, an app, fundraising event, etc.)

For students who are committed to a lifetime of healthy habits.

For a student to encourage social awareness that inspires other students to focus on Looking Twice for Motorcycle Safety. This can be a video, artwork, essay or anything that would engage other students to focus on safe driving.

For students who are struggling to pay their educational costs due to the loss of a parent or guardian.

 

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

 

The applicant must intend to pursue a degree in law leading to bar eligibility and a license to practice law. 

 

For students to share why it is better to go to a high tech dental office.

For students to provide creative solutions/ideas to many of the nation's most critical issues, real estate in particular, which can be used to help foster a robust United States housing market.

The Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation offers over 60 scholarships to students from across the region. 

For students in various health fields to work toward a future in which obesity and its related problems can be controlled.

 For a student interested in electronic design, engineering, and manufacturing in the global economy.

For a child of a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces.

For passionate, hardworking, and talented students achieve their dream of starting their own business while in school.

Applicants must be enrolled in post-secondary education in the upcoming semester, between the ages of 16 and 20, not a CARiD employee, and is not related to an employee of CARiD or its partners. 

Create a photo inspired by any aspect of the automotive industry. 

For either a current college student or an incoming freshman, for the purpose of helping them complete their education. 

 

For students to think critically about the right to trial by a jury, and other elements of the Amendment, and how it affects their lives. One gift of will be awarded twice a year to a different student each fall and spring semester.

This Scholarship is available to all high school juniors and seniors as well as all students currently registered in any post secondary institution.

 

American University of Antigua College of Medicine (AUA) provides a limited number of scholarships and/or grants for students. 

Whether you're a college-bound high school student or already attending a college or university, Army ROTC has scholarships available. Scholarships are awarded based on a student's merit and grades, not financial need.

The U.S. Army can help pay for your advanced medical degree with one of the most comprehensive scholarships available in the health care field. 

ACS sponsors scholarship programs for qualified applicants who want to enter the fields of chemistry, biochemistry, chemical engineering, chemical technology and teaching. The programs aim to encourage diversity among applicants and build awareness of the value and rewards associated with careers in science and technology.

AES Engineering is pleased offer scholarships to motivated students to help in the furthering of their education.

For a student who believes they have a future in law, a chance at furthering their education. 

For a determined and charitable student who participated in consistent volunteer work. 

 

For all high school juniors and seniors as well as all students currently registered in any accredited post secondary institution. 

For a student enrolled full-timem with at least a 2.3 GPA, that is a Transportation and Logistics Management major, and is an active member of the Transportation & Logistics Club. 

For students with a Transportation and Logistics Management and/or Supply Chain Management concentration major. Recipients must maintain at least a 3.5 GPA, be enrolled full-time, be an active member of the Transportation and Logistics student club, and must have been involved in intermodal research and/or an intermodal internship.  

For female students with a Transportation and Logistics Management and/or Supply Chain Management concentration major who have demonstrated outstanding leadership. Recipients must maintain at least a 3.25 GPA, be enrolled full-time, have held a leadership position in a student organization or team for at least one year, and have submitted a letter of recommendation from the faculty/staff representative of that student organization/team.

For a student intending to participate in the WI in Scotland program during spring semester. Student must meet all WI in Scotland program requirements, have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher and financial need. Preference given to students from the following communities: Superior, WI (first), Duluth, MN (second), Northern WI (third), Wisconsin Resident (fourth).

For students who are participating in the Study Away program.

Grants for students minoring in German to participate in the exchange program with the University of Oldenburg in Germany or a similar German immersion program.

For a student from Minnesota needing financial assistance to participate in the War and Peace in Bosnia study away program.

For a student studying abroad. Preference to a student matching as many of these criteria as possible:

  • Study abroad location is not in the United Kingdom, Western Europe, or Australia
  • Study abroad period is a full academic year
  • Student shows entrepreneurial spirit or is in a School of Business and Economics degree program

For a student that has unmet financial need in an academic year, has at least a 2.0 GPA, that self-identifies as Indigenous/Native American/First Nations (with no requirement to prove federal enrollment), and has submitted a 1-2 page essay. 

Annual scholarship awarded to a student with a major or minor in Writing.

For scholarships and professional development for students with a major or minor in Writing. Applicants must have a minimum 3.0 GPA.

For a student of academic merit with a minor in German. The student should be pursuing a bachelor's degree and must have completed nine credits in a foreign language. Preference should be given in the following order:

  1. A female student
  2. A student from northern Wisconsin
  3. A student majoring in another foreign language

For a sophomore, junior, or senior student who is majoring or minoring in English, in good academic standing, and has a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.

For minority students majoring in Visual Arts with financial need. Preference given to African American or Native American students.

For students majoring in Painting or Drawing, and based on financial need.

For students in their second, third, or fourth academic year who are majoring in Art and show promise and commitment to pottery. Preference will be given to U.S. Citizens.

For a student of merit who is pursuing a degree in transportation and logistics management. The student will have a minimum GPA of 2.3. The student should be entering their junior year and also have demonstrated financial need.

For students majoring in Transportation and Logistics Management with a rail focus. Recipients must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 and show some level of financial need.

For U.S. military veteran students in the Transportation and Logistics Management program from the Twin Ports or surrounding community, including Range cities, with a GPA of 3.0 or greater.

For students with a Transportation and Logistics Management and/or supply chain management concentration major. Recipients must maintain at least a 3.25 GPA, and be enrolled full-time. Preference given to students that are or have been involved in intermodal research and/or intermodal related activities. 

For students in the Transportation and Logistics Management program who are residents of the United States or Canada and entering their second or subsequent year of study.

For full-time Transportation and Logistics Management majors (for at least one semester prior to applying) with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher. Preference given to students with experience or leadership in maritime or related military experience, evidence of excellence in maritime related classes, and active participation in a maritime organization.

For a student majoring in Transportation and Logistics Management with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and financial need.

For students in the Transportation and Logistics Management program from the Twin Ports or surrounding community, including Range cities, with a GPA of 3.0 or greater. Preference for female students.

For a student majoring in Transportation and Logistics Management with financial need.

Two $2000 scholarships for incoming freshmen with a Transportation and Logistics Management major with an emphasis in Rail Study. This scholarship is renewable annually for a total of four years if the student maintains a minimum GPA of 3.0 and majors in Transportation and Logistics Management with a rail focus. 

For students of academic merit in the areas of History or in the Social Sciences.

For a student of academic merit who is pursuing a degree in History. The student must demonstrate a past work history or experience working as a volunteer in their community and demonstrate financial need.

For a student majoring in either History or Broad Field Social Studies with a History concentration.

For an undergraduate sophomore, junior, or senior student majoring in History who shows academic merit and financial need.

For students in History or another field of the social sciences.

For students majoring in History who are at least in their undergraduate sophomore year of study. Recipients must have a cumulative GPA of 2.8 or higher and demonstrate financial need.

For students of academic merit majoring in Chemistry.

For students who have a comprehensive Chemistry major or Chemistry major along with a major or minor in Biology or Math. Otherwise, to students pursuing medicine, dentistry, nursing or other hospital technical occupations.

For an undergraduate student majoring in Chemistry. The student must be at least at the sophomore status and a U.S. citizen. The student must also have the highest standing in his/her chemistry and mathematics courses and have not received this award before.

For students of academic merit majoring in the Natural Sciences.

For incoming freshmen students with an interest in exploring intermodal operations and developing intermodal industry leadership skills. The recipient must have at least a 3.0 GPA and must have declared a Transportation and Logistics Management major or a Supply Chain Management major. 

For a full-time sophomore or junior student who has been admitted to the Chemistry or Biology program, and has a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. Preference will be given to graduates of Superior High School.

For an undergraduate junior or senior student majoring in Biochemistry with a minimum GPA of 3.5. If no biochemistry student qualifies for the scholarship, the scholarship can be awarded to a similarly qualified student in Organic Chemistry.

For a student majoring in Chemistry or Medical Technology.

For a student majoring in Chemistry who is in good academic standing and demonstrates financial need.

For students majoring in Chemistry.

For students in good academic standing and majoring in Chemistry. Funded by purchases of the elements and particles on the Super Donor Periodic Table in Barstow Hall.

For a full-time junior or senior pre-med student with financial need and a GPA of 3.0 or higher.

For a full-time junior or senior female student majoring in Biology with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and a focus on medicine or health related studies.

For a student majoring in program areas relating to environmental studies (e.g. natural sciences, math, or secondary education with a science focus). Priority will be given to students currently or previously employed by LSRI.

For a student proceeding towards dentistry (preference) or medicine, with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher and financial need. Preference is given to students from northern Wisconsin, with northern Minnesota, and northern Michigan students receiving second preference.

For students in science, primarily in bird or nature study.

For a student majoring in Biology with an interest in botany. The student must be at least in their junior year and have a minimum GPA of 2.75. The student must be involved in botany research with a focus in floristics, plant ecology or plant geography as part of their undergraduate training. The research focus may be extended to botany-related topics on invasive species, any botany-related research through the Lake Superior Research Institute (LSRI), or terrestrial ecology. 

For new or continuing students of high academic potential and performance majoring in the Natural Sciences and/or Health Professions.

For a junior or senior student who has been accepted into a Biology major with demonstrated focus on Ecology, Aquatic Biology, or Fishery Science, and has a 3.0 GPA or higher.

For an outstanding student in anatomy and physiology who is planning a career in a Health field.

For students in string music.

For a music student.

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

For students of academic merit majoring in Music, preferably incoming freshmen.

For an incoming freshman who is majoring in Music in any instrument and excluding voice. Student will be eligible to renew for up to three years as long as a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 is maintained and the student is in good academic standing with the Music Department.

For a student of academic merit with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 who is majoring in Music. Preference will be given to a student from Wisconsin or Minnesota.

Full-time Music major with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0. The recipient's principal instrument must be the keyboard (piano, organ or harpsichord), and the recipient must have demonstrated outstanding performance skills. First preference given to junior or senior students. If no junior or senior student fulfills the criteria then the scholarship may be awarded to a sophomore or an incoming freshman who shows outstanding keyboard performance potential.

For a student of academic merit who is pursuing a degree in Music. The student must demonstrate a past work history or experience working as a volunteer in their community. The student must also demonstrate financial need.

For a student studying violin or string instrument (preference) or voice, with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher and financial need. Preference is given to students from northern Wisconsin, with northern Minnesota, and northern Michigan students receiving second preference.

For new or continuing students majoring in Music with emphasis on piano.

For students majoring in Music with emphasis on piano or violin.

For students majoring in Music with an emphasis on voice or violin.

For full-time Music strings students. Preference given to students considering a career in teaching.

For students majoring in Music.

For the top student academically in the sophomore theory class, with at least a ninety percent average.

For a student with a 3.85 or higher GPA and who has completed all the freshman core courses in music (theory and ear training).

For a junior or senior with financial need, and majoring in Music with a preference given to Music Education students.

For students majoring in Music with an emphasis on voice.

For undergraduate sophomore, junior, or senior students majoring in music with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7 and financial need.

For a Music major in good academic standing, must be a sophomore or higher.

For a student of merit who is pursuing a degree in Music with a vocal emphasis.

For a female student majoring in Music with a vocal focus. Student must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and financial need.

For music student(s) who exhibit excellence in jazz studies.

For undergraduate junior or senior students majoring in Mathematics with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and financial need.

For students planning to enter engineering school and preparing with subjects such as Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Computer Design, etc.

For students who are residents of Wisconsin or Minnesota with academic merit and financial need majoring in Mathematics. Preference is given to students planning to teach.

For full-time continuing undergraduate students of junior or senior status with a 3.0 GPA or better majoring in Chemistry, Physics, or Mathematics.

For students in Mathematics.

For international students in good academic standing who demonstrate financial need.

For a student in Computer Science or Mathematics who shows financial need and has at least a 3.0 grade point average. Preference is given to an international student first, and a woman second.

For a full-time female student majoring in Health and Human Performance who has shown leadership in her major field. The student must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 at UW-Superior during the two semesters prior to the award.

For students in Health Promotion.

For a UW-Superior student pursuing a Coaching certificate.

For a junior or senior (at least 60 credits) who is majoring in Social Work, has a GPA of 3.0 or higher, and has financial need.

For a junior or senior in good standing who has been formally admitted into the social work program.

For students from Superior or Douglas County with emphasis on those majoring in Legal Studies.

Preference given to a UW-Superior senior who is pursuing a school Psychology degree at another University. If no such student applies, the scholarship may be awarded to any UW-Superior student pursuing a Psychology degree.

For needy or deserving students in the Criminal Justice field.

For a student majoring in Legal Studies who is in their undergraduate sophomore, junior or senior year with financial need and a minimum GPA of 3.0.

For a female student majoring in Psychology with a minor in Women's Studies. The student must be in her junior year, have a minimum 3.0 GPA, and have financial need.

For a full-time student majoring in one of three departments: Human Behavior, Justice, and Diversity; Social Inquiry; and Health and Human Performance - with the award alternating each year. The HBJD and Social Inquiry recipient should have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.4.The HHP recipient should submit a 500-word-or-less essay regarding how they personally balance scholastic activity and achievement with personal health and physical fitness. 

For a graduate student of merit with financial need.

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

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

For students majoring in Elementary Education.

For students of academic merit, majoring in Teacher Education.

For students 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 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 students in Teacher Education.

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

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 majoring in Teacher Education.

For new or continuing students in Elementary Education.

For full-time students majoring in Education.

For students in Teacher Education.

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

For students in Teacher Education.

For undergraduates who show academic promise in one of the humanities, namely history, literature or philosophy.

Given to three students, respectively, an undergraduate senior majoring in Psychology, a Distance Learning Program student with psychology as one component of an Individually Designed major, and an undergraduate student majoring in English with an interest in poetry.

For students majoring in English, preferably incoming freshmen.

For a graduating senior who is accepted for enrollment in a graduate school in the field of History, Philosophy, or Languages and Literature.

For outstanding students in Theatre.

For students pursuing a broadcasting career.

For a full-time junior or senior student admitted to the Department of Communicating Arts.

For an upper-division student of academic excellence majoring in Speech Communication.

For a distance learning student majoring in Communicating Arts.

For a student working 5 hours or more at KUWS and has a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.

For students in Media and Communication who show academic merit and financial need.

For undergraduate students who are at least in their junior year but no further advanced academically than the first semester of their senior year, and who have completed at least two years of enrollment at UW-Superior. Students must major in Theatre or Music or both, have a minimum overall cumulative GPA of 2.5, and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.25 in their Theatre or Music major. Students shall have participated actively in any phase of the public performance activities of the theatre or music programs at UW-Superior.

For students in fine arts (art, music, communication, media, theatre) or English, preferably a graduate of a Superior or Duluth high school.

For an undergraduate sophomore, junior or senior of good academic achievement, financial need and proficiency in Theatre.

For undergraduate junior or senior students who have participated in radio, video production, or journalism activities. Students may or may not be majoring in the media concentration.

For students of academic merit majoring in Accounting.

For a student accepted into the majors of either Accounting or Finance with a GPA of 3.0 or greater.

This fund will provide annual funding to the Economics program to support multiple student initiatives.

For students of academic merit majoring in any area of business.

For an undergraduate junior-level Accounting major with a minimum overall GPA of 3.0. This scholarship continues through the recipient's senior year.

For a full-time sophomore or junior Accounting major with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. The student must intend to work in the profession upon graduation, and have participated in college or community organizations and exhibited a potential for leadership as displayed by those activities. Preference given to a student from MN or WI.

For female accounting students with a GPA of 3.0 or higher and financial need.

For a full-time student in their junior or senior year majoring in Finance, Accounting, or Economics, with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher. Students must show involvement in extra-curricular or other activities which indicate significant leadership skills or outstanding leadership potential. Preference given to a student with financial need.

For students of merit who are pursuing a degree in Business Administration and have a GPA of 3.0 or higher.

For students of academic merit majoring in any area of Business.

For a full-time student majoring in Business, Economics or Accounting with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher.

For a student from Wisconsin, Minnesota or Michigan who has a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 and is enrolled in AFROTC at UW-Superior.

For a student from Wisconsin, Michigan, or Minnesota enrolled at UW-Superior and in AFROTC.

For an upperclassman enrolled at UW-Superior and in AFROTC. Preference should be given to students from Northwest Wisconsin. In the event there is not an eligible student studying AFROTC, the scholarship should be awarded to a student from the Northwestern School District enrolled at UW-Superior. Preference will be given to students who serve as volunteers at the Richard Bong Heritage Center.

For students who are veterans, or the sons, grandsons, daughters or granddaughters of veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces.

For students who are veterans, or sons or daughters of veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces.

For students who are veterans, or sons or daughters of veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces.

For students who are veterans, or sons or daughters of veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces.

For a student who is a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces, or a student enrolled in AFROTC.

For full-time incoming freshmen students. This scholarship will be renewed for three additional years if student maintains a 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA and full-time status.

For students of academic merit majoring in Chemistry, preferably incoming freshmen.

Scholarships for incoming freshman and current undergraduate students. Incoming freshmen must be in the top 25 percent of their high school graduating class, and have a strong high school curriculum, ACT/SAT scores, and GPA. Current students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, must not be entering their last semester in the fall, and cannot receive more than $1,500 in additional UW-Superior Foundation scholarship support for the applicable academic year. Preference for one award to a resident of Wisconsin.

For a full-time UW-Superior student who is a graduate of the Northwestern School District in Maple, WI.

Full tuition and $1,000 for books/fees for incoming freshmen students of academic merit majoring in Chemistry, Biology, Math or Computer Science with financial need. The scholarship is renewable for three additional years as long as the recipient maintains the scholarship criteria.

If you would like more information about the Swenson Family Trust Scholarship or general admission requirements contact:

UW-Superior Admissions Office
Belknap & Catlin
PO Box 2000
Superior, WI 54880-4500
715-394-8230
admissions@uwsuper.edu 

For full-time incoming freshmen students.

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.

Two scholarships in the amount of $2,500 each to an incoming freshman majoring in Business Administration, Computer Science, Accounting, Finance, or Mathematics (actuarial science). This scholarship is renewable for up to four years as long as the recipient maintains a minimum 3.3 cumulative GPA and continues to pursue a degree in one of the above areas of study. 

For students majoring in biology, preferably incoming freshmen in the top 15th percentile of their graduating class.

For a student with financial need and a GPA of 3.0 or greater. First preference given to students from Northern Wisconsin, with a second preference to students from Northern Minnesota or Northern Michigan.

For a student with financial need and a GPA of 3.0 or greater. First preference given to students from Northern Wisconsin, with a second preference to students from Northern Minnesota or Northern Michigan.

For a graduate of Ashland High School in pre-professional studies towards dentistry, medicine, veterinary, pharmacy, nursing OR music with preference to stringed instruments or voice.

For incoming freshmen students who are one of the top five graduating seniors or have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or greater at Solon Springs High School. The scholarship recipients will be eligible for renewal for three additional years if they maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.

For students of academic merit, preferably incoming freshmen.

For students of academic merit, preferably incoming freshmen.

For incoming freshman students from Northwestern WI who intend to major/minor in Math, Computer Science, Chemistry, Biology or Physics.

For students pursuing a degree in Art. Available only to freshmen, incoming sophomore students, and freshmen-year recipients who may apply for the tuition for their sophomore year.

For students pursuing a degree in Art. Available only to freshmen, incoming sophomore students, and freshmen-year recipients who may apply for the tuition for their sophomore year.

For an incoming student majoring in Legal Studies.

For a student majoring in Mass Communication, preferably incoming freshmen.

For students of academic merit, preferably incoming freshmen.

For students of academic merit, preferably incoming freshmen.

For incoming freshmen students from rural Douglas County, WI and a graduate of Superior High School with financial need.

For students of academic merit, preferably incoming freshmen.

For incoming freshman students with a GPA of 3.0 or higher and financial need.

For freshman students majoring in teacher education and having a minimum GPA of 3.0.

For students of academic merit majoring in the Fine and Applied Arts or letters and Social Sciences in fields other than English and History, preferably incoming freshmen.

For students of academic merit, preferably incoming freshmen.

For a freshman female who is a resident of rural Douglas County and is ranked in the upper 25th percentile of her high school graduating class.

For students of academic merit, preferably incoming freshmen.

Full tuition for students graduating in the top 25 percent of their high school class, or renewal based on achievement and minimum GPA of 2.5. Special consideration given to Native American applicants. Students must be enrolled full time and show financial need.

For an incoming freshman who is a graduate of a high school in northwestern Wisconsin, who is in the upper 20 percent of their class.

Full tuition and $1,000 for books for incoming freshman with financial need and evidence of leadership potential (extra-curricular activities, community involvement, work, etc.). Parent or Grandparent must be UW-Superior alumni, and must have scored 23 or higher on the ACT, or equivalent SAT score.

For an incoming freshman student who is a graduate of Spooner (Wisconsin) High School, with the UW-Superior Foundation matching the award.

For a freshman male student with financial need majoring in Health and Human Performance.

For students in Mathematics, preferably incoming freshmen.

For students of academic merit, preferably incoming freshmen.

For students majoring in History, preferably incoming freshmen.

For students majoring in Economics, History, Geography, Political Science, Psychology or Sociology with preference to incoming freshmen.

Awarded to a current UW-Superior student with a 3.0 or higher GPA. The student must be a full-time student at UW-Superior and live in the residence halls for the entire academic year that the scholarship is dispersed. The student must demonstrate the potential to continue with their college career by remaining in good standing with the University and maintain all scholarship criteria.

To provide financial support for non-traditional UW-Superior female students who have been affected by domestic violence.

Awarded to a student with academic promise who comes from a socially difficult background and who has financial need. Priority will be given to female students.

Awarded annually to four students:

  1. An incoming student from Superior Senior High School
  2. A full-time undergraduate junior or senior student majoring in Business and Economics
  3. A full-time undergraduate junior or senior student majoring in Teacher Education
  4. A non-traditional student.

For a female student who is a graduate of Greenway High School in Coleraine, MN or Virginia High School in Virginia, MN. This scholarship will be awarded to a young woman who aspires to a nontraditional career, such a as doctor, lawyer, engineer,and who is a strong proponent of equal opportunities for girls and women. 

For students who have shown outstanding leadership, who have a minimum GPA of 2.25, and who show financial need.

For students with an overall GPA of 3.0 or above, setting positive examples for youth and commitment to service to youth in their community.

For an undergraduate female student at UW-Superior in her junior or senior year with a minimum GPA of 2.5. Students must be active in campus life and show commitment to enhancing campus life at UW-Superior. Preference will be given to applicants who are legacies of Lambda Sigma Lambda/Sigma Sigma Sigma sororities. The junior receiving the scholarship may also be eligible for this scholarship into their senior year as well.

For a full-time junior or senior student with Native American ethnicity.

For students of academic merit.

Funded by UW-Superior faculty and staff for undergraduate students with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.

For a non-traditional, full-time female student who is in her junior or senior year, and who has a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or greater. Student must submit an essay describing how this scholarship would assist her financially with her education, and preference should be given to the student who demonstrates the highest need within her essay. If a junior is chosen, the scholarship will be renewed once for the following year, as long as she maintains full-time status and 2.5 GPA.

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

Funded by UW-Superior faculty and staff for undergraduate students with financial need.

For a student with a 3.0 GPA or higher and in financial need.

A long term loan for a graduate of Northwoods High School, Minong, Wisconsin, to be returned to the UW-Superior Foundation at the discretion of the recipient.

For a student from Superior, WI with a GPA of 3.0 or greater, who has financial need.

A scholarship for financially needy students whose academic credentials place them in the "B" or "C" category.

For full-time undergraduate students who show financial need and serve as student assistants to the program areas in which they are majoring, working no less than ten and no more than twenty hours a week during each semester. Entering students must be in the top third of their high school graduating class. Returning students must have at least a 2.75 GPA to remain eligible.

For a full-time student with a minimum GPA of 3.0 majoring in any area and exhibiting financial need.

For a student in good standing and who has earned at least half the credits required for completion of their degree. Greatest consideration will be given to educational merit, post-graduation goals and financial need, respectively. This scholarship is awarded every other year.

For a student showing financial need. Incoming freshmen must be in the second quartile of their high school graduation class. Returning students must have at least a 2.5 GPA.

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