|Departments: Admissions||Categories: New Students | Wisconsin Residents|
|Amount||Two $1,500 awards are available for freshman year. $1,000 renewal awards are available for sophomore year.|
Awarded to an outstanding incoming freshman student who has graduated from high school in Wisconsin, been accepted for admission to UW-Eau Claire and demonstrates significant financial need as verified by the UW-Eau Claire Financial Aid office.
To be considered, students must rank in the top 25% of their graduating classes and have a minimum of a 25 composite on the ACT (or comparable SAT), have a well- rounded high school record of academic achievement, leadership and involvement in extracurricular activities. In general a student who has a zest for life and a desire to get the most out of his/her college education will receive primary consideration.
Recipients who have a successful freshman year and maintain good academic standing, according to the standards at UW-Eau Claire, by the end of their first year will receive a $1,250 scholarship their sophomore year.
To be considered for Incoming Freshman Student Admissions Scholarships, you must first be admitted to the university. Once you are admitted, you must:
The Admissions Office will coordinate the selection process, which is highly competitive. Applications will be considered holistically and include a review of the student's high school transcript, test scores, essays, class rank, class rigor, activities/involvement, etc.
|Selection Deadline||Screening of candidates will begin in December for some early awards and continue through the spring or until awards are accepted.|
|Notification||Scholarship award notices will be sent to scholarship recipients by the beginning of April of the student's senior year. If scholarships are declined, they will be re-awarded to alternates through the summer months.|
Brad Hall graduated from UW-Eau Claire in 1998 with a bachelor of business administration degree in accounting and his wife Kathy (Heidt) Hall transferred after her sophomore year to the University of Minnesota to complete a bachelor of science degree in nutrition. Brad is currently vice president and treasurer at Carlson Companies and Kathy is a registered dietician at Hennepin County Medical Center.
Scholarships allowed Brad to focus intently on academics and participate in extracurricular activities including track and field and various academic organizations. Brad and Kathy hope this scholarship will allow others to obtain a first-rate and well-rounded educational experience.
|Thank You||The recipient should write a thank-you letter to Brad and Kathy Hall, in care of the UW-Eau Claire Foundation.|