NEW Scholarships

Lawton Undergraduate Minority Retention Grant

The Lawton Undergraduate Minority Retention Grant (LUMRG) is available to eligible underrepresented racial/ethnic minority students at the University. Eligible students may receive up to $4,000 per academic year for four years with a maximum of $16,000 per student. To be considered (new or returning applicants) for the LUMRG, students must meet all eligibility requirements, complete their FAFSA by March 15th, and complete a financial literacy activity on D2L. For more information, contact Byron Adams at (920) 424-1143 or (920) 424-3081.

Student Support Services Scholarship

Follow Link to the SSS Website for information on the SSS & SSS STEM Scholarship
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Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program

What is the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program?

The Gilman Scholarship Program is an undergraduate grant program for U.S. citizens of limited financial means to enable them to study abroad, thereby internationalizing their outlook and better preparing them to thrive in the global economy.


Deadlines:

Summer 2017 and fall/AY 201718 applications are both due Tuesday, March 7, 2017 by 11:59pm (central).

Advisors have until March 14, 2017 to certify summer 2017 and fall/AY 2017-18 applications.


Follow link: http://www.iie.org/Programs/Gilman-Scholarship-Program#.WIY2YH1GR2A

Intern Abroad with Intern Group

The UW Oshkosh Office of International Education has partnered with “The Intern Group” to offer internships abroad.

The Intern Group has just announced scholarships ranging from $2,000 - $3,000 each for summer/fall 2017 placements in Madrid, Latin America, Australia and Hong Kong, and we’re hoping you can help spread the word to students!

www.theinterngroup.com/scholarships/


The scholarship application deadline is February 1st, 2017.

You can learn more about the program and about how to apply through UW Oshkosh here:

www.uwosh.edu/oie/away/guides/intern-group-guide.pdf

ADAM RUINS COLLEGE

Think you’re not eligible for financial aid? WRONG. Watch Internet-famous truth revealer Adam Conover counter the many myths of paying for college. Turns out, you CAN get aid. And we’ll tell you how.
The Real Truth About Financial Aid – Adam Ruins College
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