In most situations, outside scholarships will reduce your family's out-of-pocket expense to attend Lawrence (i.e. what you pay). In some cases, outside scholarships may affect your eligibility for the following federal need-based programs:

  • Federal Work-Study
  • Federal Perkins Loan
  • Federal Direct Subsidized Loan

Only in rare cases will an outside scholarship reduce your Lawrence gift aid (grant/scholarship). In this rare situation, it is because your total financial aid cannot exceed the Cost of Attendance.

If you have earned outside scholarships (congratulations!), please report them in Voyager or by returning the Outside Scholarship Report Form.

Name Requirements Amount Deadline

Woman from a high school in the greater Fox Cities area

$1,000-$2,000 April 15
AAUW-Racine County

1. Female resident of Racine County
2. Junior or senior in Fall 2015
3. 3.0 GPA

$500-$4,000 Feb. 1, 2015
Abbott & Fenner Scholarship Program   $1,000 June 15
ABODO Scholarship 500-1,000 word essay $500

Fall: Sept. 1
Spring: Jan. 31

AES Scholarship   $500 Oct. 6
Alpha A. Wetenkamp Scholarship German major   Ongoing
Axol Neuroscience Scholarship Must be a major in a life science related field (not medical, pharmacy or vet). $2,000 June 30
B. Davis Scholarship   $1,000 May 26
BigSun Scholarship   $500 June 20
Birkenstock Scholarship   $1,000 Dec. 16
Braun Woodlands Foundation Scholarship  Must be from Langlade County, Wisconsin $1,000  
Bryant Foundation

Must be from one of the following WI high schools:

  • Arcadia High School, Arcadia
  • Black River Falls High, Black River Falls
  • Bloomer High School, Bloomer
  • Mineral Point High, Mineral Point
  • Montello Junior/Senior High School, Montello
  • Neillsville High School, Neillsville
  • Riverdale Schools, Muscoda
  • Stoughton High School, Stoughton
  • Viroqua High School, Viroqua
  • Wautoma High School, Wautoma
$4,000 March 15
Buick Achievers Scholarship

Applicants must meet the following:

  • Be high school seniors, high school graduates, or current postsecondary undergraduate students.
  • Plan to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited four-year college or university based in the U.S. or Puerto Rico for the entire 2015–16 academic year. Proprietary and online schools are not eligible.
  • Plan to major in a specified course of study that focuses on Engineering, Technology, or select Design and Business related programs of study. See the list of eligible majors.
  • Demonstrate an interest in pursuing a career in the automotive or related industries using these areas of study.
  • Be U.S. citizens and have permanent residence in the United States or Puerto Rico.
Up to $25,000 per year Feb. 27, 2015
Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) Scholarship   $2,500 April 16
Critical Systems, Inc. Scholarship

1. Major or interest in micro and/or nano technologies

2. 2.75 GPA


April 30 (Spring)

Sept. 15 (Fall)

WI Department of Children & Families

Application (PDF)

1. Foster care

2. 20 years old or younger

Forest History Association Scholarship

Click here for an overview of eligibility (PDF)

Click here for application (PDF)

$500 May 1
Gene Davis Memorial Scholarship (PDF)

1. Must be a Lawrence student

2. Sophomore, Junior or Senior

3. Go to to apply.

$1,000 March 31
GIVA Scholarship Program

1. 600-1,000 word essay

2. Click here for application

$1,000 June 1 &
December 1
Good Citizen Scholarship     April 19
Great Lakes National Scholarship

1. 2.75 GPA

2. Demonstrated financial need

3. Major in Math, Natural Science, Physical Science, Biological Science, Engineering, Computer/Information Science

$2,500 April 5
Green Bay PEO Scholarship

1. Female

2. Brown County Resident

3. 2 years as a "non-student"

$7,000 April 20
Hawkinson Scholarship 1. Must be a resident of Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, or Wisconsin $4,000-$5,000 March 15
Hispanic Scholarship Fund    

December 15

I'm In ( 650 word essay. $1,000 December 31
Internal Auditor Scholarship Instructions (PDF)

Interest in accounting or business administration. Click here for instructions on how to apply (PDF).


Oct. 20

International Gem Society   $750 Dec. 15
ItaliaRail 1. Must have been accepted and confirmed participation in Italy study abroad program (having paid deposit to hold place)
2. Must have at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA.
3. Must receive need-based financial aid

Spring Deadline: Nov. 30

Fall Deadline:

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation

1. Must be a current student at a 2-year or community college.
2. 3.5 GPA
3. Plan to transfer to a 4-year college
4. Demonstrate unmet financial need.
5. Family income less than $95,000.

Up to $40,000 per year Dec. 2
James Barnett Foundation

1. Student in an arts program

2. Other requirements

Jaycees of WI Foundation

1. 21 years old

2. 3.0 GPA

  June 30
Jewish Vocational Service (JVS), Chicago   $1,000 - $8,000 Feb. 1
Lexington Law 2.5 GPA $5,000 Feb. 28, 2015
Lou McGlothian Memorial Scholarship (PDF)

1. College junior or senior

2. 3.0 GPA

$2,500 Oct. 31
MassMutual Scholars Program

1. 3.0 GPA

2. African American, Asian/Pacific Islander or Hispanic

  May 1
National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth

1. Must be Jewish

2. Born and/or raised in Cook County, Chicago metropolitan area, or Northwest Indiana

$2,000 June 14
National Federation of the Blind     March 31
National Institute of Health Scholarship (NIHS) Program

1. 3.3 GPA

2. US Citizen

  March 1
National Italian American Foundation Scholarship     March 1
Novus Biologicals 1. Science major $1,500

Fall: July 15

Spring: TBD

PFund Scholarship


2. Resident of Minnesota

$2,000 - $10,000

Feb. 1

 PEO Green Bay Area (PDF)

1. Female

2. Resident of Brown County (Wisconsin)

3. Be within 2 years of completing degree

4. Have at least 2 years of being a "non-student"

$7,000 April 20, 2015
Point Foundation Point Foundation empowers promising LGBTQ students to achieve their full academic and leadership potential – despite the obstacles often put before them – to make a significant impact on society.   Jan. 20, 2015
Polish Women's Cultural Club of Milwaukee

1. Of Polish ancestry or significantly engaged with Polish culture

2. US citizen or permanent resident

3. Junior or Senior during 2013-2014 academic year

$750-$1,500 Jan. 15

Richard Newcomb & Janice Schreiber-Newcomb Education Scholarship (PDF)

Click here for an overview of eligibility (PDF).

1. Female

2. Widow

3. Preference to applicants from the Shawano, WI area.

Scholarship America

1. 3.0 GPA

2. Demonstrated financial need

$5,000-$15,000 Dec. 19
SFM Foundation Student must be a dependent of a parent disabled or seriously injured while working for MN or WI employer.  Up to $5,000 March 31
Sterling Law Offices, SC Scholarship   $1,000 June 30
Thermo Scientific Pierce Scholarship

Must be a Biology, Chemistry, or Biochemistry major.


Fall: July 31

Spring: Dec. 29

Thomas B. Jones & Grace Stevenson Jones Scholarship

Student must be a resident of the following WI counties:

  • Grant
  • Iowa
  • Lafayette
$2,500 March 1
Thrivent Federal Credit Union Scholarship 50 scholarships $1,000 Aug. 31
VA Military Scholarship   $1,250 Dec. 31

WETA Scholarship

Must be a WI resident. Applicants will be selected on the basis of the following:

  • Economic need
  • Personal characteristics
  • School and/or community involvement
  • Career goals
  • Academic achievement
  • Two recommendation forms completed by people who are knowledgeable about the applicant's competencies, interests, and experiences.
$1,000 Sept. 30
Wisconsin Medical Society Foundation Must be enrolled at one of Wisconsin's medical schools.   Feb. 1
Wisconsin Women's Alliance Foundation Scholarship (PDF)

1. Female, age 25 or older

2. Wisconsin resident

3. Go to to apply.

$1,000 March 31
Wisconsin Women in Government

1. Female

2. Wisconsin resident

3. Receive the Wisconsin Tuition Grant

$3,000 May 20
WyzAnt College Scholarships   $2,000-$10,000 May 1
Young Singers Foundation   $2,000  


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