Our Mission

UWL’s Scholarship Resource Center (SRC) encourages students to focus on alternative funding options that match up with their personal achievements and unique personalities. SRC is committed to helping students locate scholarships that fit their unique qualifications, educate them regarding submitting high quality applications and ultimately, see them further their education by receiving scholarships to fund that education.

Scholarship Search

Outside Scholarship DatabaseExternal organizations are a significant source of scholarship opportunities for students. These are local, state and national scholarships from individuals, companies and organizations. To successfully tap the money available, you must conduct your own search to identify potential funds suited to your career, background, and other individual criteria. 

There is no guarantee that scholarships on the external scholarship database will go to a student at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.

Presentations

The Scholarship Resource Center offers a number of presentation topics to student groups, classes, and the community to request.  We can also do a combination of presentation topics. Please contact Emily Otto eotto@uwlax.edu about presentation inquiries. 

All presentations are less than 30 minutes. SRC can be available to help with scholarship search if requested

One-on-one Appointments

Work with one of our peer mentor to find scholarships and work on your application materials. We won’t do the work for you but we will definitely make sure you’re on the right track to an award winning essay!  

These appointments are available to current and prospective UWL students. If you would like to meet virtually we are able to do so!

Please feel free to reach out to us via email and phone with any questions!

  1. Click Here to Schedule an Appointment
  2. Login with your UWL Net ID
  3. Click "Appointments" on the right hand side
  4. Click New Appointment
  5. Select Financial Aid
  6. Choose an appointment category under Scholarship Resource Center

 

Like us, follow us