This award may not be combined with a Marian merit-based scholarship or the KUSD Achievement Scholarship.

Award Amount: $12,000 per year, renews annually
Eligibility: Graduating high school senior from Kenosha Unified School District (KUSD) who possesses a solid college preparatory background. Typically, students will demonstrate potential for success through strong academic achievement (3.5 GPA or better) and examples of outstanding leadership and/or community involvement.

This scholarship is for students interested in becoming a K-12 teacher. 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. Changing majors, outside of the education department, will result in forfeiture of this scholarship.
How: Complete and online KUSD Scholarship Application. To download and print and application, click here and mail it to Marian University Office of Admission.