Applications for many scholarships in the UWM Panther Scholarship Portal are due on Wednesday, March 1. Please make sure to complete the general application and upload a transcript showing your grades for Fall 2022 to be eligible for many campus-wide and college-wide scholarships. In addition, there are program-specific scholarships for Comparative Literature, French, Global Studies, and Italian, some of which require an additional short application. For all scholarships requiring that you be a declared major or minor within a program, there is still time to declare your major or minor and then apply!
Roy Arthur Swanson Merit Scholarship in Comparative Literature: to be eligible, students must be full-time undergraduates, majoring or minoring in Comparative Literature with a 3.5 GPA in Comparative Literature courses. View in the portal.
Martha Best/Martine Meyer Scholarship: to be eligible, students must be full-time undergraduates with demonstrated financial need who are enrolled in French coursework; majoring or minoring in French is not required, but preference is given to students intending to be a French teacher. View in the portal.
Leah Fetter Merit Scholarship: to be eligible, undergraduate students must be French majors with demonstrated financial need who will be participating in one of UWM’s study abroad or exchange programs in a French-speaking country. View in the portal.
Emmaneuelle Leah Fetter Memorial Scholarship: to be eligible, undergraduate students must be French majors, enrolled full-time, with demonstrated financial need. View in the portal.
Ian J. Elliott Memorial Scholarship: to be eligible, undergraduate students students must be a Global Studies or International Studies major with a minimum 2.5 GPA who will be studying abroad or completing an overseas internship. View in the portal.
Giovanni Carini Memorial Scholarship: to be eligible, students of any major must be accepted into an approved study abroad experience in Italy. View in the portal.