Award: $12,000 per academic year
Criteria: Kenosha Unified School Disctrict (KUSD) students interested in becoming a K-12 teacher are considered for this scholarship. Recipients will complete their studies in one of Marian's teacher education programs, have the opportunity to student teach in the KUSD and may be offered a letter of intent for a full-time position in the KUSD following graduation and successful completion of the DPI licensure requirements.
To be considered for this scholarship, students must be current year graduates from KUSD, possess a solid college preparatory background, complete a KUSD Scholarship Application, and be admitted to Marian University. Typically, students will demonstrate their potential for success through strong academic achievement (3.5 GPA or better) and examples of outstanding leadership and/or community involvement. Changing majors, outside of the education department, will result in forfeiture of this scholarship.
Recipients of the KUSD/Marian University Teacher Education Scholarship are not eligible for other Marian University merit scholarships or the KUSD Achievement Scholarship.