Non-Traditional Scholarships


Listed below are scholarships available for non-traditional students that are not connected to a particular field of study. If you have any questions about these scholarships, please contact the individual that appears by each listing.

There may be additional scholarships available through you major's department. Please visit the Scholarship Directory to find links to this information.

Non traditional students are defined by UWSP as undergraduate degree-seeking students 25 years of age and older.

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Alpha Phi Omega Scholarship

Application Deadline:

  • Due in the spring

Application Contact:

  • UWSP Scholarship Coordinator
  • Alumni Affairs
  • 715-346-4027

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Non traditional undergraduate student
  • Minimum of 24 credits earned
  • Good character and citizenship
  • Financial need
  • Academic excellence

Application Information:

Vivian and Lulu Kellogg Scholarship Fund

Application Deadline:

  • Due in the spring

Application Contact:

  • UWSP Scholarship Coordinator
  • Alumni Affairs
  • 715-346-4027

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Non traditional undergraduate student
  • 'B' Average or better
  • Good worker
  • Non-tobacco user
  • Majoring in the College of Natural Resources, History, Music or Teacher Education

Application Information:

Elizabeth Pfiffner Debot Memorial Scholarship

Application Deadline:

  • Due in the spring

Application Contact:

  • UWSP Scholarship Coordinator
  • Alumni Affairs
  • 715-346-4027

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Non traditional student
  • Female Student
  • Enrolled as an undergraduate at UWSP
  • Financial need
  • May apply for this award multiple times.

Application Information:

Dick Toser Alumni Memorial Scholarship

Application Deadline:

  • Due in the spring

Application Contact:

  • UWSP Scholarship Coordinator
  • Alumni Affairs
  • 715-346-4027

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Non traditional undergraduate student
  • Enrolled in at least 9 credits at time of application
  • 3.2 GPA or higher

Application Information: