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New Scholarship Added October 4, 2019

Fidm Academic Merit Scholarship – Varies
The Hathaway Honors Scholarship – 1680

Hathaway scholarships are designed to provide an incentive for Wyoming students to prepare for and pursue post-secondary education within the State of Wyoming. The program consists of four separate merit scholarships, each with specific eligibility requirements, and a need-based scholarship for eligible students that supplements the merit awards.

The Hathaway Performance Scholarship – 1260

Hathaway scholarships are designed to provide an incentive for Wyoming students to prepare for and pursue post-secondary education within the State of Wyoming. The program consists of four separate merit scholarships, each with specific eligibility requirements, and a need-based scholarship for eligible students that supplements the merit awards.

The Hathaway Opportunity Scholarship – 840

Hathaway scholarships are designed to provide an incentive for Wyoming students to prepare for and pursue post-secondary education within the State of Wyoming. The program consists of four separate merit scholarships, each with specific eligibility requirements, and a need-based scholarship for eligible students that supplements the merit awards.

The Hathaway Provisional Scholarship – 840

Hathaway scholarships are designed to provide an incentive for Wyoming students to prepare for and pursue post-secondary education within the State of Wyoming. The program consists of four separate merit scholarships, each with specific eligibility requirements, and a need-based scholarship for eligible students that supplements the merit awards.

The Glen Legler Memorial Scholarship – 1000

Glen Legler was indescribable in a lot of ways, but we will do our best. He was above all else an amazing father, husband, and role model. Family was always his number one priority. Not far behind though, was his job and his passion, which was doing what was best for kids.

n 5 paragraphs, let us know why you think you deserve a scholarship in our dad’s name. We have attached some links so that you may learn more about him. You can check out the comments on the website we created during the week he collapsed. If you read them, you’ll see why it was necessary to make a website at all. He touched so many lives that we simply couldn’t find a better way to keep everyone updated on how he was doing. He was a community dad. He saw the best in all people and had many friends. If you ever met him and talked to him for more then a few minutes, you were his friend.

Don’t feel the need to focus on your own hardships. We’d much rather hear about where you’re going, rather than where you’ve been. You also don’t need to compare yourself to our dad. Again, we’re interested in the story of where you are going. Finally, don’t worry about sending us a letter of recommendation. We want you to write your own letter of recommendation. Thanks so much, and Happy Applying.

This year we will be awarding 2 people $1000.00 a piece. All of the money has come from donations following Dad’s death and various fundraisers put on by the community throughout the years in Casper Wyoming.


Wyoming Association of Secondary School Principals Scholarship – 500

This $500 student scholarship is available for a senior in a Wyoming High School where the Principal or Assistant Principals are members of WASSP.

Each High School may choose one candidate to submit to the WASSP readers.

Applications and all letter of recommendation must be submitted to the Executive Director of WASSP by December 1.

Once selected, the winner will receive a check from WASSP upon proof of registration in post secondary institution as a full time student.


Wyoming AuctioneersAssociation Scholarship – 500

This scholarship is for a sum of $500.00 (one lump sum payment) to be paid to the institution of higher learning or the recipient if proof of enrollment is provided to the WAA.

OBJECTIVE: This scholarship is to promote and further the knowledge and understanding of the auction industry and to promote the consideration of the auction industry as a full-time career for people who are honest, intelligent, and sincere in the pursuit of life goals.


University of Wyoming Anne Fish Study Abroad Scholarship – Varies

Scholarships will be award to UW Kappa Kappa Gamma students studying abroad. If no Kappa Kappa Gamma students are available, scholarships may be awarded to UW students that are members of another sorority and also studying abroad. If no sorority students are available, scholarships may be awarded to students that are enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences and also studying abroad. Recipients must be a graduate of a Wyoming high school.

University of Wyoming Dick and Lynne Cheney Graduate Fellowship for Excellence in Study Abroad – Varies
The Dick and Lynne Cheney Fellowships for Excellence in Study Abroad are awarded to outstanding students with strong records of academic excellence and the potential for enhanced professional development while abroad. Candidates are considered based on their objectives in going abroad and the extent to which the candidate has demonstrated the commitment and potential to make a significant contribution to his or her field via international study or research.
University of Wyoming Dick and Lynne Cheney Study Abroad Grants – Varies

Funds shall be used to support expenses associated with study abroad (tuition, international and in-country transportation, room, board, health/safety insurance, books, materials, etc.) for University of Wyoming students who seek to enhance their education with study, work, or internships abroad.

University of Wyoming Dick and Lynne Cheney Undergraduate Fellowship for Excellence in Study Abroad – Varies

The Dick and Lynne Cheney Undergraduate Fellowship for Excellence in Study Abroad are awarded to outstanding students with strong records of academic excellence and the potential for enhanced professional development while abroad. Candidates are considered based on their objectives in going abroad and the extent to which the candidate has demonstrated the commitment and potential to make a significant contribution to his or her field via international study or research.

University of Wyoming Sheila Langlois Memorial Fellowship for Study Abroad in Art History and the Humanities – Varies

Provides one or two fellowships per year of up to $10,000 to support study abroad for students in disciplines within the humanities, including, but not exclusive to, art history, history, literature, philosophy, religious studies, modern/classical languages, international studies or interdisciplinary fields.

University of Wyoming UniWyo Federal Credit Union Study Abroad Scholarship – Varies

Scholarship grants for expenses associated with study abroad (tuition, international and in-country transportation, room and board, health/safety insurance, books, materials, etc.) for University of Wyoming undergraduate students who seek to enhance their education with study, work, or internships abroad.

To be eligible for this scholarship award, an applicant must also be a member of the UniWyo Federal Credit Union and meet additional merit and financial need criteria established by the Vice President of Academic Affairs, the Director of the Global Engagement Office and the Director of Student Financial Aid.

Recipients of scholarships shall be selected by the Scholarship Committee of the Global Engagement Office. Applicants are also encouraged to apply for the Dick and Lynne Cheney Study Abroad Grant. However, applicants may only accept one scholarship from the Global Engagement Office for the same program abroad.


University of Wyoming Dr Ronald D Schlattman College of Business Study Abroad Scholarship – Varies

This fund shall be used to award grants to cover expenses associated with study abroad (tuition, international and in-country transportation, room, board, health/safety insurance, books, materials, etc.) for undergraduate and graduate students in the University of Wyoming College of Business who seek to enhance their education with study abroad. It is the donor’s preference that recipients of the award be chosen based upon financial need, as determined by the Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid, and GPA.

University of Wyoming Carlton R Barkhurst Fellowship for Graduate Students – Varies

The Office of Graduate Education is pleased to announce a new initiative intended to help Ph.D. candidates finish their degrees in a timely manner. The Carlton R. Barkhurst Dissertation Fellowship is made possible by a generous gift from the late Irene Ahlbom Barkhurst.

Up to eight Barkhurst Dissertation Fellowships will be awarded each academic year. Awards will be limited to a single semester of funding, either fall or spring. The single-semester awards will comprise of the following:

Fellowship of $8,572.50
1 Credit Hour of Tuition
Optional Student Fee Package
Student Health Insurance (if selected)


University of Wyoming Dick and Lynne Cheney Study Abroad Grants Faculty Directed Programs – Varies

Funds shall be used to support expenses associated with study abroad (tuition, international and in-country transportation, room, board, health/safety insurance, books, materials, etc.) for University of Wyoming students who seek to enhance their education with study, work, or internships abroad.

University of Wyoming Lillian G Portenier Psychology Scholarship – Varies

Scholarship grants to senior and graduate students enrolled in the Department of Psychology.

Recipients shall be selected by the University Committee in consultation with the Chairman of the Department of Psychology.


University of Wyoming Margie Zamudio Scholarship for Social Justice – Varies

Scholarships for second semester freshmen students or sophomore students who did not qualify for the Hathaway Scholarship Program as an incoming freshman and who have financial need.

Recipients shall be selected by the Scholarship Committee as appointed by the Social Justice Research Center (SJRC). The awards will be given in the fall, and the number of awards will vary depending on the number of applicants and availability of funds.


University of Wyoming Emergency Scholarship – Varies

For UWC enrolled students who need one time emergency funding for food, health care or other needs. Must submit a written request with budget to the UWC Associate Dean/Director.

Wyoming School Resource Officer Association Scholarship – Varies

The Wyoming School Resource Officers Association believes that both Law Enforcement and Education can and should work together. As a team we can identify problems and find solutions that make our schools a safe
place to teach and learn. By changing attitudes and building relationships that last a lifetime, we can
and will make a difference in the lives of our students and community.

WYSRO would like to offer two, one-time scholarships in the amount of $500 each to well deserving senior high school students intending to pursue a degree in the fields of Education, Law, or any related field at any
Community College or University within the state of Wyoming.


The Wyoming Game Wardens Association High School Scholarship – 500

This program, originated in 1986, provides a source of financial assistance to Wyoming high school seniors who wish to pursue their education after high school. The cash scholarship is valued at $500.00. Presently two are awarded per Wildlife Division Region in the state, amounting to 14 total scholarships.

RT Communications Inc. Scholarship – 1000

The objective of the RT Communications, Inc. Scholarship is to assist individuals who desire to further his/her
education through an accredited junior college, technical school, four-year college or university. The
Company will offer up to four (4) $1,000 scholarships to qualified students.


The Gilly Fales Fine Art Scholarship Award – Varies

The Gilly Fales Fine Art Award is being offered in partnership with the Buffalo Bill Art Show & Sale providing support and exposure to aspiring young Wyoming artists.

Wyoming Peace Officers Association Category 1 Scholarship – 500

It is the intention of the Wyoming Peace Officers Association to provide financial aid to Wyoming residents/students who are serious about furthering their careers; therefore, the Wyoming Peace Officers Association is offering four (4) scholarships to deserving individuals. Recipients may be selected from any category. Each college recipient will receive up to $500 per semester (after completion of that semester) for a total award not to exceed $1000 per year, providing that all requirements are met. Pre service basic students shall receive a maximum award of $1000 per year providing all requirements are met.

Wyoming Peace Officers Association Category 2 Scholarship – 500

It is the intention of the Wyoming Peace Officers Association to provide financial aid to Wyoming residents/students who are serious about furthering their careers; therefore, the Wyoming Peace Officers Association is offering four (4) scholarships to deserving individuals. Recipients may be selected from any category. Each college recipient will receive up to $500 per semester (after completion of that semester) for a total award not to exceed $1000 per year, providing that all requirements are met. Pre service basic students shall receive a maximum award of $1000 per year providing all requirements are met.

Wyoming Peace Officers Association Category 3 Scholarship – 500

It is the intention of the Wyoming Peace Officers Association to provide financial aid to Wyoming residents/students who are serious about furthering their careers; therefore, the Wyoming Peace Officers Association is offering four (4) scholarships to deserving individuals. Recipients may be selected from any category. Each college recipient will receive up to $500 per semester (after completion of that semester) for a total award not to exceed $1000 per year, providing that all requirements are met. Pre service basic students shall receive a maximum award of $1000 per year providing all requirements are met.

Wyoming Peace Officers Association Category 4 Scholarship – 1000

It is the intention of the Wyoming Peace Officers Association to provide financial aid to Wyoming residents/students who are serious about furthering their careers; therefore, the Wyoming Peace Officers Association is offering four (4) scholarships to deserving individuals. Recipients may be selected from any category. Each college recipient will receive up to $500 per semester (after completion of that semester) for a total award not to exceed $1000 per year, providing that all requirements are met. Pre service basic students shall receive a maximum award of $1000 per year providing all requirements are met.

The County Commissioners Scholarship – 500

The County Commissioners Scholarship is a fee remission scholarship in the amount of $500.00 per semester for one academic year, valid only at the University of Wyoming or a Wyoming Community College. Scholarships are awarded after due consideration of the individual student’s extra curricular activity, scholastic ability and American college testing score, with grade point average and American college testing scores being weighted equally. Please note that for any entering student who fails a math or English placement test, this reduced tuition scholarship will not be effective.

The Architectural Education Foundation of AIA Wyoming Scholarship – Varies

The Architectural Education Foundation of AIA Wyoming is pleased to announce its 2019 scholarship program. Since its inception, the Foundation awarded nearly $121,000 in scholarships to deserving Wyoming students of architecture. We hope this year to have many applicants and to award scholarships to all eligible applicants.

Scholarships will be awarded on a graduated scale based on the college year you are entering and consider overall need, ability, desire and determination. Additional considerations include the applicant’s potential to successfully complete their architectural education and enter architecture as a profession.Applicant submittal and eligibility requirements vary based on the college year the applicant is entering. Additional information is available on the scholarship application.


Board of Cooperative Educational Services Scholarship – Varies

Eligible applicants must be LHS or MVHS 2019 graduating Senior; or Valley Learning Center High School Equivalency graduate; or current WWCC outreach student residing in Bridger Valley; or current on-campus WWCC student originating from Bridger Valley.

Scot Hodson Feller Memorial Scholarship – 1000

Dr. and Mrs. Jack Feller are offering a $1,000 scholarship to the High School Senior that has shown the most improved GPA over their high school years. It will be sent to the college of your choice in your name following acceptance.

Jeane Darling Taylor Scholarship of Inspiration – 1000

Dr. and Mrs. Joe Feller are offering a $1,000 scholarship to the High School Senior who best exemplifies inspirational qualities including, but not limited to, triumph over disabilities, personal tragedy, or difficult life circumstances. Scholarships to be provided to pay for college or trade school education. It will be sent to the school of your choice in your name following acceptance.

Wyoming Daughters of the American Revolution Scholarship – 3000

Amount distributed is one scholarship in the amount of $3,000 for one year
Funds are paid directly to the accredited institution and not to the individual
This scholarship may be accepted in addition to other awards
Students can be part-time or full-time through each semester


Troy Yost Memorial Scholarship – 1000

Amount distributed is one $1,000 scholarship for one-academic year
Attach a letter of recommendation from your art teacher to the online application
Applicants will submit a sample piece of artwork they feel best exemplifies your artistic style. Please do not submit any original material as it will not be returned to you.


Walter Urbigkit Memorial Scholarship – 500

Amounts distributed are two $500 scholarships for one-academic year
Funds are paid directly to the accredited institution and not to the individual
This scholarship may be accepted in addition to other awards


Mabel C. Sargent Scholarship – 5000

Amount distributed is $5,000 to six students for one-academic year
Upload most recent transcript to the online application. Official transcripts are required.
Funds are paid directly to the University of Wyoming and not to the individual
This scholarship may be accepted in addition to other awards


Harold F. Eppson Memorial – 750

Amount distributed is one $750 scholarship for one-academic year