The deadline for applying to scholarships has now passed.
Scholarship award recipients will be determined by March 31, 2018 and contacted shortly after.
This award will honor the College of Health Sciences student whose essay best exemplifies the significance of our Honor Code to the preparation of healthcare professionals. Applicants must be part-time or full-time degree seeking CHS students enrolled in 2018-19 academic year and be in good standing with a minimum 2.5 cumulative UWM GPA.
To submit an application for this scholarship:
- Please select an honor code-related topic, or personal experience/observation in your field of study and provide a 1 to 2 page written response or reaction. The topic may be along the lines of an opinion to a moral or ethical controversial debate or a comment on an experience/observation to a specific issue surrounding plagiarism, scientific misconduct, conflict of Interest, etc.
NOTE: Your essay can be up to 2 pages, double-spaced, 12-point font and 1-inch margins.
- Complete and sign the Honor Code Cover Sheet.
- Submit your essay and cover sheet along with your completed scholarship application.
- Student must agree to allow CHS to use and modify the submitted summary and/or essay for the purposes of education of students and outreach to the community.
If you have questions about the Scholarship Application and/or this process, please contact the CHS Office of Student Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org or (414) 229-2758.
Consideration for scholarships will require that you submit an application form, student statement, letter of recommendation and résumé (for information on résumé writing visit the Career Planning and Resource Center’s website). Some scholarships require that you submit information in addition to these items (e.g. essay, etc.)
Students who submit a CHS Scholarship Application will be reviewed for eligibility to all available scholarships.
All information provided in this application will be treated confidentially and used only for consideration by the Scholarship Selection Committee. Students who have been found guilty of academic misconduct are not eligible for scholarships.
Students must be enrolled in UWM’s College of Health Sciences in the 2018 fall semester to be a scholarship recipient.
Not all scholarships are based on Financial Need, however, students are strongly encouraged to have completed their 2018-19 FAFSA prior to submitting their scholarship application.