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Applications are due February 13th by 4:00 p.m.

During the 2013-2014 academic year, students received over $23,000 of funding from Curriculum and Instruction Department scholarships.

Determining Your Eligibility

The complete list of COEHS scholarships is available here. Click the "Learn more..." link at the bottom of the scholarships' short descriptions to view their eligibility criteria. Some undergraduate scholarships require Admission I, Admission II, a certain number of credits completed, or a specific classification. To determine your eligibility, please access your STAR report and refer to the guide below.

Credit/Classification Division

Freshman         0-29 credits

Sophomore      30-59 credits

Junior                60-89 credits

Senior                90+ credits

Admission I:

  • at least 40 credits completed

  • admitted to the licensure program through a portfolio review

 Admission II:

  • all undergraduate course work completed

  • 3.0 GPA in:

    • cumulative

    • major

    • minor

    • education courses

  • positive recommendation from clinical experience

  • passing PRAXIS II scores

  • all human relations hours completed


Applying for Scholarships

You are encouraged to apply for all scholarships for which you are eligible. A student can be awarded more than one scholarship per academic year.

In an effort to become increasingly sustainable, the Curriculum and Instruction Department is now using an online scholarship application form. When you complete the form, you will have an opportunity to upload electronic copies of your supporting documents:

  • Cover letter

  • Financial Aid award letter (or a letter indicating why you did not receive financial aid)

Any documents you are not able to submit electronically may be delivered to the Curriculum and Instruction Department office (Nursing/Education 208) or mailed to:

Curriculum and Instruction
UW - Oshkosh
800 Algoma Blvd.
Oshkosh, WI 54901-8662

Letters of recommendations may be delivered in a sealed envelope or mailed to the address above, or they may be submitted via email to

If you have questions about your application, please contact us at

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