Scholarship for adult students age 25 and over. The recipient must have attended at least one semester at UW and be a student in good standing. A minimum grade point average of 2.5 is required. Either full or part time (minimum 6 credit hours) students may apply.
This fund shall be used to make scholarship grants to students enrolled at the University of Wyoming. To be eligible for this scholarship award an applicant must also be transferring from Sheridan College or Laramie County Community College where he/she has completed at least 30 semester hours or one year.
Applicants must be Graduate Students in Counselor Education and must maintain a 3.0 or better grade point average. Preference will be given to students interested in pursuing Counselor Education as a profession.
Successful applicants will be students enrolled at the University of Wyoming who have been residents of the Cathedral Home for Children (a.k.a. Wyo Place). The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid will provide applicant contact information to the Cathedral Home for Children to verify residency.
This fund shall be used to financially support students in the ReNEW nursing program. To be eligible for this scholarship, the recipient must have earned their associate degree in nursing offered at Laramie County Community College and is enrolled in a baccalaureate nursing program, ReNEW, offered by the Fay W.
To be eligible for this scholarship award, an applicant must demonstrate a desire to practice law in a small town in Wyoming (preference is for towns other than Cheyenne or Casper) through the submission of a current resume and brief student profile detailing post law school career goals.
This fund shall be used to make scholarship grants to students in their senior or junior year of the Basic Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at the Fay W. Whitney School of Nursing at UW. To be eligible for this scholarship award an applicant must be a Wyoming resident, have a minimum GPA of 3.
This fund shall be used to make scholarship grants to students of the Fay W. Whitney School of Nursing at UW earning their Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree through the Bachelor’s Reach for Accelerated Nursing Degree (BRAND) Program, Revolutionizing Nurse Education in Wyoming (ReNEW) program, or a student who may...
The award recipient must be (1) a non-traditional student (meaning that the individual has at least a full years break from attending high school or an institution of higher education; (2) a degree-seeking student enrolled at the University of Wyoming – Casper; and (3) enrolled full-time (requiring not less than 12...
Successful applicants must be currently attending or be a graduate of Laramie High School. Applicants have at least a 3.0 (on a scale of 4.0) GPA while at Laramie High School, and if currently attending the University of Wyoming maintain a G.
To be eligible for this scholarship, the recipient must be a military veteran, or the direct dependent of a military veteran, and be in good academic standing. Scholarship recipients shall be reviewed by a collaborative group, including: leadership representatives of the Veteran’s Student Center (VSC), the President of...
The CVS Health Foundation Pharmacy Scholarship recipient must be a student who is in good academic standing, interested in a career in community pharmacy practice, and interns/volunteers his/her time with an organization that supports underserved populations.
Scholarship funds may only be used by the recipient toward the cost of tuition and required fees, room and board (on-campus housing only), campus provided health insurance converge, books and supplies and transportation/commuting expenses (limited to gas and public transportation).
Applicant must have been admitted to the Management and Marketing program in the College of Business, be a sophomore, junior or senior Marketing major, have achieved a cumulative grade point average between 3.
This fund shall be used to make scholarship grants to students at the University of Wyoming. To be eligible for this scholarship award an applicant must also be an education major seeking special education certification or a graduate student seeking a Master’s degree in special education.
This fund shall be used to make scholarship grants to students enrolled in the pre-medicine curriculum at the University of Wyoming. To be eligible for this scholarship award an applicant must also be a Wyoming resident, a junior or senior and demonstrate likely success to be admitted to and to graduate from medical school.
Distributions from the fund are restricted to graduate-level students studying in the area of Educational Leadership working towards the completion of a master’s degree, a certification in K-12 school administration , or a certificate in K-12 school admin.
Annual Scholarships may be awarded to students who are (a) sophomore, junior, and non-traditional freshmen; (b) enrolled in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences and are pursuing a major therein; maintain a 3.
Applicants must be enrolled in the Special Education Program in the College of Education. Consideration shall first be given to graduate students who have met the criteria for admission to candidacy to the Special Education Program and who, additionally, show promise as special educators.
Applicants must be students in good standing enrolled in the counseling master’s degree program at the University of Wyoming. This award is designated for a master’s student showing promise as a future clinician.
Successful applicants will have graduated from a Carbon County High School, and have a 3.0 GPA or higher (on a scale of A=4.0). Applicant must demonstrate membership, current or former, in 4-H or FFA in the state of Wyoming.
Scholarship grants to students enrolled at the University of Wyoming. **Preference shall be granted to applicants who utilize a wheelchair, with further preference for nontraditional students who utilize a wheelchair.
Successful applicants will be incoming female freshman to the University of Wyoming with preference for those raised on a farm or ranch; however, if no qualified applicants are found, the scholarship will be awarded to any other freshman female.
The Lee Magnon Memorial Scholarship was created to recognize outstanding students within the boundaries of the NACE Central Area who are interested in pursuing a career in the field of science and/or engineering.
Psychology / Psychiatry / Mental Health / Counseling
This scholarship is for senior and graduate students enrolled in the Department of Psychology at the University of Wyoming. Recipients shall be selected by the University Committee in consultation with the Chairman of the Department of Psychology.
This scholarship is for students in good standing in a counseling graduate program. Applicants must be working on research with the guidance of a faculty member and intend to use the award to further their research.
Funding ($750 per semester) is for eight consecutive semesters, provided the recipient maintains a 2.0 cumulative grade point average while taking a minimum of 12 credit hours each semester. Recipients must be attending University of Wyoming at the Laramie campus.
This award shall be given to students enrolled in the Department of Criminal Justice at the University of Wyoming, with a GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) or higher, who are **current or former law enforcement officers and/or students who have demonstrated an interest in pursuing a career in local, state, or federal law enforcement.
This scholarship is for students that have have a declared major at UWC and at least junior status; have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75; be enrolled in at least six credit hours per semester for part-time (at least three credit hours per semester must be UWC credits), and at least 12 credit hours for full-time (at least...
Applicants must be full-time undergraduates, graduate students, or students enrolled in professional programs at the University of Wyoming and must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5 (or 3.0 for graduate students).
Scholarship grants for Native American students who are enrolled in the University of Wyoming. First preference for the scholarship award shall be students from the Wind River reservation who are enrolled members of either the Eastern Shoshone or Northern Arapaho tribes.
Annual scholarships may be awarded to students who are (a) sophomore, junior, and non-traditional freshman; (b) enrolled in the College of Education and are pursuing a major therein; maintain a 3.0 or better on a 4.
This scholarship is for undergraduate students at the University of Wyoming. Applicant must be entering disciplines and/or pursuing careers in teaching, physical therapy, massage therapy, nursing, social work, audiology/speech pathology, medicine and/or art therapy