Lakeland is committed to providing exceptional value at a manageable cost. That's why we offer a variety of scholarships to help make the cost of your education more affordable.
We also encourage all students applying for scholarships to submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
After gaining acceptance to Lakeland, you may begin applying for scholarships through your Future Muskie Portal. You will use the login information you created when you first applied to Lakeland to access the portal site. Each scholarship opportunity will be listed as a "Form" on your checklist.
If you have any questions or would like additional scholarship information, please contact your admissions counselor or the financial aid office!
Science & Technology Scholarship
Biochemistry (B.S.), Biology (B.S.), Broad Field Science, Chemistry (B.S.), Computer Science (B.S.), Criminal Justice, Education, Exercise Science (B.S.), Industrial Systems Analytics (B.S.), Mathematics, Pre-Nursing and Psychology. Application deadline of Nov. 21, 2021. Virtual interviews Dec. 3, 2021.
Humanities & Fine Arts Scholarship
Broad Field Social Studies, Communication, Creative Writing (B.F.A.), English, Graphic Design, History, Music, Music Education, Music Performance, Religion, Spanish, Studio Art and Writing. Application deadline of Nov. 21, 2021. Interviews Nov. 30, 2021.
J. Garland Schilcutt Business Scholarship
Accounting, Business Administration, Food Safety & Quality, Hospitality Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Organizational Management and Sport Management and Leadership. School of Business Scholarship application deadline of Nov. 21, 2021. Interviews Dec. 1, 2021.
Hurvis Family Scholarship
Awards multiple full tuition scholarships to new, full-time freshmen of minority ethnicity. Preference is given to freshmen graduating from an inner city high school. Priority is given to graduates of Providence-St. Mel High School in Chicago with financial need Federal and Lakeland grants are also awarded to meet full-time tuition costs. Renewable. Application deadline: rolling.
Ulrich Scholars Program
Ten renewable scholarships of $20,000 are available for new students eager to explore the intersection of faith, reason, and justice. Students must declare and maintain satisfactory academic progress towards a minor or major in religion and participate in programing of the Ulrich Center for Philosophy, Ethics, and Christian Thought. This scholarship cannot be combined with any academic scholarships. Open to new, full-time freshmen or transfer students. Priority deadline: Jan. 16, 2022, rolling deadline: May 1, 2022, interviews: Jan. 28 2022.
Catharine B. Stayer Scholarship
This full-tuition scholarship is open to new, full-time freshmen with high financial need. Preference will be given to students from disadvantaged backgrounds. Renewable. Application deadline April 1, 2022.
Academic Scholarships - Freshman (test-optional)
Academic scholarships for freshmen entering the traditional program may be awarded based on a review of students’ transcripts (academic rigor and cumulative, unweighted GPA). Scholarships range in total value between $24,000-$64,000. Annual awards are between $6,000-$16,000 and are renewable with designated Lakeland University GPAs.
Use the scholarship calculator below to quickly determine your potential academic scholarship.
Directions: Use your unweighted, cumulative high school GPA. If you are a new transfer student entering the traditional program, please refer to transfer student scholarship opportunities. Contact the financial
aid office if you have any questions or would like additional information.
Academic Scholarships - Freshman (with test)
Academic scholarships for freshmen entering the traditional program will be awarded based on combinations of student ACT or SAT test scores and cumulative, non-weighted high school GPAs. Scholarships range in total value between $24,000-$64,000. Annual awards are between $6,000-$16,000 and are renewable with designated Lakeland University GPAs.
Use the scholarship calculator below to quickly determine your potential academic scholarship based on your GPA and ACT/SAT score.
Directions: Use your ACT composite score or your SAT total score, as well as your non-weighted, cumulative high school GPA. If you are a new transfer student entering the traditional program, please refer to transfer student scholarship opportunities.
Contact the financial aid office if you have any questions or would like additional information.
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Col. Yong Chue Yang Scholarship
Student descendants of families who were displaced by the Vietnam Conflict are eligible to apply for the renewable $15,000 Col. Yong Chue Yang Scholarship. This scholarship cannot be combined with any academic scholarships. Open to new, full-time freshmen or transfer students. Application deadline: July 1, 2022.
Grover Family Scholarship
Awards $10,000 to a selected full-time freshman who is a graduate of a Sheboygan County high school. The student should be focused on academics above athletics and be actively involved in extra-curricular or volunteer activities. Non-renewable. Application deadline Jan. 30, 2022.
András Viski Piano Scholarship
Helen Boatwright Music Scholarship
Awards $1,000 - $3,000 per year to qualified theatre performers and production assistants. Open to new, full-time freshman or transfer students. Audition required, along with participation in Lakeland’s productions. Renewable.
Application deadline: Jul. 1, 2022. Auditions scheduled upon completion of application.
Service and Leadership Scholarships
Top awards of $5,000 and $3,000, and multiple awards ranging from $500-$1,500. Open to new, full-time freshmen demonstrating leadership and/or altruism. Supplemental materials and interview required. Renewable. Priority deadline for top awards: Feb. 1, 2022. Rolling deadline for remaining awards: May 1, 2022. Skype interviews scheduled upon completion of application.
RaiseMe: Prospective Students
Lakeland University has partnered with RaiseMe, allowing students to earn performance-based scholarships for achievements throughout high school in and outside the classroom.
As students progress through high school, they'll have transparency into
the minimum amount of scholarship or aid grants they can expect from
Lakeland before applying.
Here’s how it works:
Earnings are instantly displayed in the RaiseMe portfolio and represent the minimum amount of aid or scholarships students can receive from Lakeland University if and when they enroll.
RaiseMe: Current Students
Lakeland University has partnered with the college readiness and student success platform RaiseMe to launch a micro-scholarship-based student success initiative for current Lakeland students.
By completing activities like mapping out a four-year plan with their academic advisor, uploading their professional resume on Handshake, joining a student organization, attending convocations, etc., RaiseMe's micro-scholarship program rewards our students for building engagement and community.
Students can be rewarded with personalized, incremental and achievement-based scholarships ranging from $10 to $100 each to be applied toward tuition in the following academic year. Lakeland students can earn up to $750 in scholarships per academic year. Students should receive an email from RaiseMe near the beginning of each term inviting them to claim their accounts to begin earning micro-scholarships.
The program is meant to supplement and enhance the robust support Lakeland already provides to all students. Money earned through RaiseMe, combined with Lakeland financial aid, cannot exceed tuition and students already receiving full tuition scholarships are not eligible.