Specialty Scholarships & Awards
If you have interests in music, research, leadership or other topics, you may be eligible for one or more of these specialty awards offered by St. Norbert College.
If you plan to pursue a major or minor in music, or simply enjoy music, you're eligible to audition for a music scholarship. Awards range from $500 to $2,000 and are renewable for three additional years. You’re eligible if you’ll be a full-time student and you participate in one of our 14 major ensembles seven out of your eight semesters. International students are also eligible for this award.
St. Norbert College Multicultural Leadership Awards
If you’re committed to diversity and actively involved in bringing awareness to your community, you may be eligible for a Diversity Leadership Award between $16,000 and $40,000, disbursed over four years. You’ll need to maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5.
St. Norbert College ALIVE Team Apprenticeships
These apprenticeships, with a $1,000 scholarship and an hourly wage, allow you to grow in faith and leadership abilities, to meet new people with similar interests before classes even begin, and to serve fellow students throughout the year. International students are eligible to apply for an apprenticeship.
St. Norbert College Research Fellows
Engage in research with faculty and staff over the course of two years. We designed these fellowships for first-year students, to give you the opportunity to explore research at the beginning of your college career. Check back in late spring for the new 2013-2015 research projects. International students are eligible for these fellowships, also.
Army ROTC Scholarships
Interested in the military? If so, you could be eligible for a three- or four-year ROTC scholarship, with free room and board.
Wisconsin Academic Excellence Scholarship
If you’re a Wisconsin high school senior with the highest grade point average in your school, you may be eligible for a tuition scholarship up to $2,250 per year. The state funds half of the scholarship and St. Norbert College funds the other half.