Tuition & Aid

At UW-Milwaukee we understand that tuition, financial aid, and scholarships are important to every student.

Tuition Information

For the most up-to-date tuition and fees information visit the Bursar Office.

Financial Aid

For information about financial aid, please see the Department of Financial Aid.

Scholarships

There are several annual scholarship awards and opportunities for students to apply to within the College of Nursing. Please note that many scholarship amounts vary annually as available funds fluctuate, but typically range from $500 to $5,000 and applications are due in Spring.

2014-2015 Undergraduate Scholarships Application

2014-2015 Graduate Scholarships Application

For more information on scholarships, please contact Mike Walk, 414-229-4341 or go to Student Affairs in Cunningham 135.

Scholarships Requirements Student Level
Harriet E. Lazinski Scholarship

Application

Graduates from a high school in Milwaukee County
Has a minimum GPA of 3.0
Scored a minimum of 21 on the ACT
Completes a written statement of interest in nursing
Documents need of financial assistance
Incoming Freshman

Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Cecilia A. Borenitsch Fund Scholarship

Full-time pre-nursing student
Minimum GPA of 2.75
Resident of Milwaukee, Waukesha, Washington, or Ozaukee county
Preference given to underrepresented minority students

Available to Pre-Nursing Students
Scholarships in Honor of the Nurses at West Allis Memorial Hospital Minimum GPA of 2.75
Full-time enrollment
Demonstrated financial need
Available to Pre-Nursing AND Nursing Major students
Scholarship in Memory of Simon Ontscherenki
Minimum GPA of 2.75
Full-time enrollment
Demonstrated financial need
Available to Pre-Nursing AND Nursing Major students
Wisconsin Rural Opportunities Scholarships
Full-time student
Document rural ties and activities to a Wisconsin farm background, substantial farm-related experience, or former residence in a rural community (population of 20,000 or less)
Documented financial need
Available to Pre-Nursing AND Nursing Major students
Milton and Joan Morris Scholarship-Traditional Program
Fall enrollment as student in nursing clinical level 3B, 4A, or 4B
Minimum GPA of 2.75
Enrollment in all courses required at level of program Demonstrated financial need
Available to students currently enrolled/accepted in Nursing Major
Frances H. Cunningham Scholarship
Fall enrollment as nursing senior in clinical level 4A or 4B
Service to community or school
Financial need
Available to students currently enrolled/accepted in Nursing Major
Charlotte S. Gellerman Memorial Scholarship
Preference to underrepresented minority students
Admitted to a Nursing Major Program – all levels
Minimum GPA of 2.75
Demonstrated financial need
Available to students currently enrolled/accepted in Nursing Major
Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Normary Fund Scholarship
Resident of greater Milwaukee area and Wisconsin
Preference given to those of African American or Native American heritage
Minimum GPA of 2.75
Demonstrated financial need
Available to students currently enrolled/accepted in Nursing Major
Cecelia A. Borenitsch Scholarship
Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75
Resident of Milwaukee, Waukesha, Washington, or Ozaukee
count
Full-time student beginning the MN Nursing Program
Maria T. McFarland Memorial Fellowship
Academic excellence Current MN Students
Preference to full-time students
Milton and Joan Morris MN Scholarship
Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75
Priority given to those with financial need
Full-time student beginning the MN Nursing program
Harriet Werley Doctoral Fellowship
Commitment to nursing research
Preference to full-time students
Academic excellence
First-year or continuing Doctoral student
Nancy A. Wright Doctoral Fellowship
Focus of study on community nursing centers and/or nursing of children and families
Preference to full-time students
First-year Doctoral student
Milton and Joan Morris DNP Fellowship
Priority will be given to students with background and experience in serving older adults and chronically ill persons.
Admission in good standing
Registration for at least 6 crs in each semester of the academic year
First-year or continuing Doctoral DNP Student
Milton and Joan Morris PhD Fellowship
Priority will be given to students with background and experience in serving older adults and chronically ill persons.
Admission in good standing
Registration for at least 6 crs in each semester of the academic year
First-year or continuing Doctoral PhD Student
Carol Porth's Nurse Physiologist Scholarship

Doctoral Student

Fellowships

UW-Milwaukee College of Nursing educates nurse scientists, practitioners and educators prepared to contribute at the cutting edge of the discipline. Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows work collaboratively with community partners and faculty focused on the discovery of knowledge in areas including geriatric health, global health, health information/technology, community-based participatory research and self-management science.  Visit the Nurses for Wisconsin web site for more details.

In addition, the UW-Milwaukee Graduate School offers annual Fellowships, please see details on additional financial support.

Nursing Grants

Nursing Grants CampusRN has $15,000 in Scholarships Available to Nursing & Allied Health Students.