Your admissions application automatically allows you to be considered for many scholarships.
To be eligible for university scholarships, you must be admitted to Parkside by February 1.
Including your intended major on your application is important for many scholarships.
If you are eligible for scholarships, you will receive an email with next steps to for consideration.
Out of State Students
Nonresident Scholarship Program | Students from states other than Wisconsin or Minnesota are charged the nonresident tuition rate. Each scholarship is prorated, based on the number of credits the student is enrolled in. Amounts listed represent full-time enrollment. These scholarships do not pertain to online courses or courses taken as consortium courses.
There are a limited number of renewable awards for full time, degree-seeking international students that cover a portion of the out-of-state tuition charge. Funding is limited, so we strongly recommend that international students apply early for admission.
One UW-Parkside General Scholarship Application allows you to be considered for many scholarships.
Check RangerMail during the fall semester for an email containing a link to the scholarship application for the following academic year.
The application will already contain some information about you, so you’ll focus on answering additional questions and completing short essays. Submit!
If you have been awarded a scholarship, you will receive an email notifying you of the scholarship and award amount. Next steps will be provided.
The 2022-2023 UW-Parkside Scholarship Application is now closed.
Scholarship recipients will be notified during the Spring of 2022.
Additional Scholarship Opportunities
There are many organizations that offer student scholarships. We've compiled a list of organizations that have awarded Parkside students scholarships in the past. We encourage you to take a look because you could be one of them!
Callahan Scholars program
The Callahan Scholars program coordinates support services, provides financial assistance to students who need it most, and fosters a community and sense of belonging to help students with high financial need and students of color thrive with the ultimate goal of graduation.