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    Our Scholarships: Making college affordable for College of Business students

    December 27, 2016

    College can be expensive and finding out how to pay for it can be difficult, but it doesn’t have to be. The University of Wyoming and the College of Business offer many scholarships for in-state, out-of-state, and transfer students. To help you sift through all of the scholarships you can find on uwyo.edu we’ve broken down a comprehensive list of admissions scholarships based on qualifications so that finding out how you can pay for college can be simpler than ever.

     

    College of Business Scholarships

    There are currently 74 competitive scholarships listed on the Academic Works database specifically for College of Business students, and that number changes throughout the school year. The qualifications range from merit and need, students with disabilities, first-generation college students, non-traditional students, career plans, major, concentration, and more. Some scholarships are considered automatically upon completion of the general application while others have additional required materials.

    Click here to find out how to apply to Academic Works scholarships.

    Students are automatically considered for several scholarships when they apply to the University of Wyoming:

     

    In-State Scholarships

    The Wyoming Hathaway Scholarship Program consists of three levels Honors, Performance, and Opportunity, each offering different amounts per semester. Each level has different eligibility criteria based on academic merit.

    Wyoming Scholars is a scholarship available to in-state students with a Composite ACT score of 25 or above and a high school GPA of 3.5, an ACT score of 27 is required for homeschool graduates.

    The Trustees’ Scholars Award is a competitive scholarship offered to the top graduating seniors in the state each year. Applicants to UW who submit their application by December are eligible to receive the equivalent of tuition and mandatory fees as well as university housing and meal plans each year.

     

    Out-of-State Scholarships

    The Rocky Mountain Scholars Award provides one of three amounts annually for non-resident freshmen based on their cumulative high school GPA and composite ACT/SAT score. Students receiving the top level for Rocky Mountain Scholars will receive 150% of resident tuition.

    The Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) is available to students transferring from a WUE state who have received an Associate’s Degree with a minimum GPA of 3.4 are eligible to receive 150% or resident tuition.

    Children of UW Alumni Benefit All non-resident students who are children of UW graduates are eligible to receive a reduced tuition rate equal to 150% of that paid by residents.

     

    Transfer Student Scholarships

    The Wyoming Hathaway Transfer Scholarship Program is available to students who received Hathaway from a Wyoming Community College and are eligible to continue receiving funding pending the submission of a Hathaway Transcript proving the minimum GPA is being met.

    Wyoming residents who transfer to the University of Wyoming are eligible for the John W. Hoyt Scholarship. Students with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.4 at their last institution are eligible.

    The Western Undergraduate Exchange for Transfer Students (WUE) is available to students transferring from a WUE state who have received an Associate’s Degree with a minimum GPA of 3.4. Recipients will receive 150% or resident tuition.

    Transfers Students transferring from a Nebraska college who have received an Associate’s Degree with a minimum GPA of 3.4 are eligible for the Nebraska Transfer Scholars award, 150% or resident tuition.

    Beginning in Fall 2017 incoming students who transfer to the University of Wyoming can receive Wyoming Transfers Award. Incoming resident, non-resident (excluding Nebraska residents), and international transfer students who do not qualify for the WUE rate and have an associate's degree with a minimum GPA of 3.4 are eligible.

    Children of UW Alumni Benefit All non-resident students who are children of UW graduates are eligible to receive a reduced tuition rate equal to 150% of that paid by residents.

     

    With the scholarships listed above from the University of Wyoming and the College of Business attending the University of Wyoming is not only possible but affordable. Why not see how much you can earn?