Other University Awards
This page includes additional University awards that are not housed in any particular department or area of study. Instead these are available to almost all students. Please review the eligibility requirements and be sure to adhere to the due dates.
Albert Einstein and Mahatma Gandhi Scholarship
This scholarship is intended to assist students who have demonstrated excellence in academic coursework and in theoretical and applied research projects at UW-Green Bay. Students will be awarded as funds become available.
Eligibility: 1) Full time undergraduate student at UW-Green Bay. 2) Student has attained a minimum of 54 credits (Junior status), and Minimum 3.5 GPA (4.0 scale) at time of application. 3) Have received a strong recommendation from two faculty members in the student's area of study. 4) Have successfully completed at least one significant research project or demonstrated the potential for research through completed term papers, journals, or other appropriate forms. Projects may pertain to community, business, organization, etc.
How to Apply: Applications can be submitted at any time.
Alumni Legacy Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to students who have a parent, guardian, step-parent, sibling, step-sibling or grandparent who graduated from UW-Green Bay.
Eligibility: 1) Incoming freshmen at UW-Green Bay for the fall. 2) Minimum cumulative high school GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. 3) Have a a parent, guardian, step-parent, sibling, step-sibling or grandparent who graduated from UW-Green Bay with either an associate, undergraduate or graduate degree.
How to Apply: Review documents at www.uwgb.edu/alumni.
Gerald L. Stone and Ursula Delworth Social Justice Scholarship
This scholarship is open to applicants from all undergraduate programs at UW-Green Bay, as well as undeclared majors, because its goal is to recognize students from across the university who share that commitment to diversity, particularly cultural diversity, and social justice.
Eligibility: 1) Full time undergraduate student at UW-Green Bay. 2) Sophomore, junior, or senior status (may be a transfer or continuing student). 3) Cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 on a 4.0 scale. 4) Demonstrate an ongoing commitment to multicultralism and significant involvement in multicultural or diversity-related activities (in an essay).
How to Apply: Applications are now closed.
Accepting Applications for 2014-15: Schmitt Park Neighborhood Association Scholarship
Eligibility: 1) Student must be enrolled full-time as an undergraduate at UW-Green Bay. 2) Must have a permanent address in UW-Green Bay's records located in the Schmitt Park Neighborhood. 3) Must have a minimum high school or college cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. 4) Must submit a brief essay to outline their view on the importance of academic achievement and community involvement.
How to Apply: Submit brief essay along with this form to UW-Green Bay Financial Aid Office.
Deadline: Currently Collecting Applications