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Geoscience

Admissions

Before you declare a Geoscience major/minor

While you may declare a Geoscience major/minor at any time, we strongly recommend visiting one of the Geoscience faculty early on in your career at UWGB to gain a deeper understanding of our program and to plan ahead for courses. This will help you prepare the best schedule possible and find out about current opportunities available to you.

The UWGB Admissions Office offers helpful resources for freshmen. There are specific admission requirements for freshmen and transfer students that want to apply at the university. You can also apply using your computer by filling out an electronic application. The Undergraduate Catalog will provide information about academic programs, facilities, services, and campus life at the university.

Also, be sure to visit the Academic Advising office if you have any questions regarding general education requirements, University procedures/policies, and registration help. Freshman and sophomore students are highly recommended to talk with their academic advisor(s) often. It's not a bad idea to pick a faculty advisor early in your college career also to meet the individual and discuss your future goals and career options.

Scholarships

Neville Public Museum Geology Club Scholarship

Geoscience majors should see department chair, Dr. John Luczaj for application information. Applications (PDF) are due at the end of March every year.

Harder Gallery of Gems and Minerals Scholarship

The Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region, Inc. is pleased to inform you of a scholarship opportunity for students who are geology majors. The R. Harder Gallery of Gems and Minerals Scholarship Fund was established in 2006 to support the mission of the R. Harder Gallery, and in honor of 33 years of service Ron Harder provided to Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company before his retirement, including 25 years as CEO.

Eligible students are geology majors who graduated from a high school in the Fox Valley region who have completed two years of college coursework and achieved a minimum cumulative 2.5 grade point average. The scholarship award is $1,500 and is paid at the beginning of the junior or senior year of college to the school the student is attending.

Students should read and fill out the guidelines (PDF) and the application (PDF). Students should submit their applications directly to the Community Foundation office by May 1 (as listed on the application). This information is also available to students in their web site.

A selection committee will review all applications and meet to determine two recipients. All students submitting a scholarship application will be notified of the committee’s decision.

For other scholarships, see the Natural Applied Sciences (NAS) scholarships.