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Each year more than $200,000 in UW-Parkside Foundation Scholarships is awarded to our talented and deserving students.
The 2017-2018 UW-Parkside Foundation Scholarship application process is now closed. Thank you, to all that applied. It is our goal to notify recipients by late February.
Your application for admission acts as your initial application for Parkside scholarships and grants. Be sure to indicate your intended major on your application. Once you have been admitted, we may request additional information via email. To be eligible, you must be admitted to the university by February 1.
If you have any questions regarding the scholarship application, please contact Heather McGee at email@example.com
These scholarships have various criteria; some based on academic test scores and grade point average, some on leadership qualities while others look at the student's involvement in extra-curricular activities, majors and areas of interest.
We use one electronic application for new, in-coming students and one electronic application for all of our continuing students for UW-Parkside Scholarships. When the scholarship application process is open, we will email students the application link. An application link can also be found on this page during the open application period.
For Out-of-State Students
All undergraduate students from Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota in an eligible degree seeking program qualify for the Midwest Student Exchange Program (MSEP) tuition rate which is equivalent to 150% of the resident rate. The MSEP tuition rate does not pertain to all online courses or courses taken as consortium courses. See MSEP requirements.
Students from states other than Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and Minnesota are charged the non-resident 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 on-line courses or courses taken as consortium courses. See Nonresident Scholarship requirements.
Minnesota students are charged tuition fees based on the MN/WI reciprocity agreement. Each scholarship is prorated, based on the number of credits the student is enrolled in. This scholarship does not pertain to on-line courses or courses taken as consortium courses. See Minnesota Reciprocity requirements.
For additional information about these, and other scholarship and grant opportunities, please contact Heather McGee at firstname.lastname@example.org or (262) 595-2574.
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