Barbara Stewart Student Affairs, Diversity & Inclusion Student Scholarship

  • Good Academic Standing with at least a 2.0 GPA
  • high school class rank in the top 15 percent
  • demonstrated leadership and/or involvement in high school or community (athletic activities can’t be considered)
  • for the scholarship to be renewed, recipient will have to demonstrate leadership and/or involvement in college extracurricular activities (recipient will be asked to complete a status update with a staff member in Multicultural Student Services)
  • financial need will be considered when awarding scholarships; priority will be given to candidates admitted to UW-L with FAFSA forms on file by March 15; applicants admitted after March 15 will be considered if awards are still available
  • Student who is part of a registered multicultural student organization which may include but
    is not limited to:
    o Asian, Latina, African, Native American Womxn (ALANA)
    o Asian Student Organizations (ASO)
    o Black Student Unity (BSU)
    o Diversity in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (DiSTEM)
    o Hmong Organization Promoting Education (HOPE)
    o Intercultural Organization Promotion Awareness (IOPA)
    o Latin American Student Organization (LASO)
    o Native American Student Association (NASA)

Supplemental Questions
  1. What is your status?
  2. How do your leadership and involvement activities enhance diversity and inclusion in your community?