|Departments: Advising and New Student Initiatives||Categories: Nontraditional Students|
|Amount||A variable number of awards up to $3,200. Total amount available is $3,200.|
|Eligibility Criteria||For nontraditional female students, freshman through senior year. Applicants can be single female parents or any nontraditional female student trying to improve their situation through education. Applicants must show financial need through the FAFSA on file in the Financial Aid office. Students do not have to have a declared major.|
To be considered for Nontraditional Student Scholarships, you must be admitted to the university, enrolled in courses, and be in good academic standing. Once you are admitted and enrolled, you must:
|Selection Procedure||NSS will share the applications with the PEO Sisterhood Chapter AP, who will review them at their meeting in April. Chapter AP will select the recipient.|
|Selection Deadline||Screening of candidates will begin in April.|
|Notification||Award notices will be sent to scholarship recipients, typically in early July.|
Patricia 'Pat' Helen Greven was born in St. Cloud, Minnesota on July 15, 1915. She graduated from high school in St. Cloud in June 1932. She attended St. Cloud Teacher's College and graduated with a degree in elementary education. In 1942, she married Byron Anderson, who served in the army during World War II. Following his discharge, they moved to Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, where Bryon was the Executive Vice President of First National Bank. He passed away in 1990, at the age of 77. They celebrated 48 years of marriage.
Pat was an elementary teacher for 28 years, teaching second grade at Chestnut school in Chippewa Falls until her retirement in 1980. Upon retirement, she was presented a 'Distinguished Service Award' from the Governor and the state of Wisconsin. She loved her P.E.O. Chapter. One of the main purposes of P.E.O. is to enable women to become better educated with any financial help that P.E.O. can offer. Before she died, she wanted to set up some type of scholarship fund which would further help women who might otherwise be unable to complete their degrees. Patricia lived in Eau Claire at the time of her death on September 8, 2011 at age 86.
|Thank You||Letters of appreciation should be addressed to the PEO Sisterhood Chapter AP of Eau Claire and sent to the UW-Eau Claire Foundation.|