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Alverno offers a variety of merit-based and need-based scholarships to help support your education, along with grants, student loans and student employment.
We are happy to help you search for and identify scholarship opportunities from organizations outside of Alverno as well as to assist you with your scholarship applications.
Students who enroll in our Associate of Arts and Science program will receive a $10,000 Augustine Grant.
In addition to merit-based scholarships, Alverno offers first-year undergraduate students additional opportunities to receive scholarships:
ROOSEVELT: This scholarship recognizes a student coming direct from high school who has demonstrated excellence in leadership and volunteerism through school activities, work responsibilities and community involvement. The Roosevelt Scholar will receive a four-year, full-tuition scholarship to Alverno. The application for students who start at Alverno in the Fall of 2022 is available: Roosevelt Scholarship Application The submission deadline is Friday, Dec. 2, 2022.
ACHIEVERS: Achievers Scholars receive a $2,000 renewable scholarship in addition to the merit-based scholarship awarded upon acceptance. Achievers also are admitted into the Doherty Scholars Learning Community, which recognizes students who have demonstrated academic excellence in high school. They join a community of peers and have access to additional resources and opportunities for academic growth and excellence. Application information for the 2022-2023 academic year is available at: Achievers Scholars Program The priority application deadline is Friday, Dec. 2, 2022.
Scholarships for All Students
The Alverno College Financial Aid Office offers various scholarships that students can apply for throughout the year.
As a Hispanic-Serving Institution, all Alverno students – regardless of race or ethnicity – are eligible for additional scholarships. View a current listing of these opportunities from the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities.
Scholarship Search Sites:
Looking for scholarships that only fit your situation? Try these popular scholarship search engines:
At Alverno, we understand the value that transfer students bring to our community. In addition to our streamlined admissions process, we offer a network of support to help our transfer students accomplish their goals. We also offer merit-based scholarships:
MOSSA: Transfer students also are eligible to receive our Mossa Scholarship. Recipients of the Mossa are non-residents of Wisconsin who are enrolled at full-time status. Recipients of this scholarship receive a $2,000 scholarship and a $4,000 housing grant.
PHI THETA KAPPA SCHOLARSHIP: This renewable $1,500 transfer scholarship is open to weekday undergraduate students who are members of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. Eligible students receive $750 per semester.
For general assistance, please contact the Alverno Financial Aid office at 414-382-6262 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For assistance with scholarship essay writing, please contact the Alverno Communication Resource Center at 414-382-6016 or email@example.com
The Alverno Career Studio offers assistance with writing and updating resumes. Contact them at 414-382-6010 or find more information here or view a sample resume to use in scholarship applications.
For scholarships that require academic transcripts, you can submit this request form to the Alverno Registrar or call them at 414-382-6370.
Looking for scholarships for your specific situation? Try these directories and search engines:
To know what option will work best, we recommend you contact the scholarship organization for their best recommendation with providing a GPA when Alverno does not offer letter grades.
If one of the options above is not allowable, the student should contact the Registrar's Office to submit a release and obtain a GPA conversion. GPA conversions are free. They usually take about 2 weeks, or longer during breaks.
The individuals who you ask to write you a recommendation letter for an internal or institutional scholarship (including faculty/staff) have the option to provide a traditional letter of recommendation or use the Internal Scholarship Recommendation Form.
NOTE: This form is only accepted for internal scholarships.
Our tips on applying for outside scholarships. It also lists several national search sites, which can help you get started with your scholarship search.
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