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I am applying for*:
KUSD/Marian University Teacher Education ScholarshipKUSD Achievement Scholarship

(See descriptions below)


Letter of Support

Submit a letter of support from your high school guidance counselor, principal, or district minority academic affairs specialist.

Teacher Recommendation

Submit one teacher recommendation.

Extra-curricular Activities

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Include school, community, church involvement, etc.

Activity Years involved Position(s) held Describe your involvement including recognition and awards

Kenosha Unified School District (KUSD) Scholarship Program Information

In addition to the required admission application materials, students interested in the following scholarships must submit this KUSD/Marian University Scholarship Application Form, a KUSD letter of support, and one teacher recommendation. KUSD students who do not qualify for these special scholarships will be considered for other Marian University scholarship opportunities as they merit.

Application deadline for this scholarship is February 15 of the senior year. Scholarship winners will be notified no later than March 15. Applications may be accepted after the deadline if scholarships remain available.
Recipients of these KUSD/Marian University Scholarships are not eligible for other Marian University merit scholarships.

The KUSD/Marian University Teacher Education Scholarship
($12,000 per year)

Kenosha Unified School District (KUSD) students interested in becoming K–12 teachers are considered for this special opportunity. Recipients will complete their studies in one of Marian’s Teacher Education programs, have the opportunity to student teach in the Kenosha Unified School District 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, 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 KUSD/Marian University Teacher Education Scholarship are not eligible for other Marian University merit scholarships.

KUSD Achievement Scholarship
($10,000 per year)

This scholarship will recognize students who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement, leadership abilities, or have displayed exemplary involvement in school and/or community activities. To be considered for this scholarship, students must be current year graduates from KUSD, possess a solid college preparatory background, and be admitted to Marian University.

Typically, students will demonstrate their potential for success through strong academic achievement (3.0 GPA or better) and examples of outstanding leadership and/or community involvement.

Recipients of the Kenosha Achievement Scholarship are not eligible for other Marian University merit scholarships.