Just about every college student would welcome financial help to meet educational costs. At UW-Baraboo/Sauk County, more than 35 students share in approximately $30,000 of scholarship money annually. Some scholarships pay large amounts for both semesters; others award a few hundred dollars for just one semester. All scholarships, no matter what amount, honor a student's academic success, achievements and future plans.
If you are a student who has achieved academic success in high school and/or college and has demonstrated leadership skills or responsible involvement in work or service areas, you should consider applying for UW-Baraboo/Sauk County scholarships. Awards are made in Spring for the coming academic year. Scholarships are awarded in three categories to students who attend UW-Baraboo/Sauk County.
Incoming freshmen are students who have not yet earned any college credits on campus.
Returning Adult Students
Individuals, usually 22 years of age or older, who are resuming their education.
Students who have completed and earned college credit at UW-Baraboo/Sauk County or another institution.
Follow the links at right for our current scholarship listings and for details about how to apply for scholarships.