Have questions or need more information about scholarships? Visit, call, or email the Western Foundation.
In addition to Western Scholarships you may also find other opportunities here:
Impact Scholarships provide Western students from Jackson County with $2,000 per year, for two years! All Western students, in any program, from Jackson County are eligible. To apply, contact the Foundation office.
Pathway Scholarships are available for specific programs to help students build their education as they plan their career advancement. This scholarship continues each term for up to four terms per student. To apply, contact the Foundation office.
The Western Foundation offers each high school within the Western District a $500 scholarship for a senior planning to attend Western. Students will be recognized at their high school awards ceremony. Application deadline is April 1 or earlier depending on your high school. Ask your Western recruiter or high school counselor how you can apply.
The Fresh Start Fund assists with childcare funding for eligible single parents to help reduce the obstacles that may prevent them from completing their education at Western Technical College.
Eligibility (determined on a case-by-case basis)
- For a full or part-time student enrolled in any program at Western Technical College
- Must be a single parent with custody of the child(ren)
- Must have financial need
- All other child care funding resources must be accessed first
- Must have academic good standing
- Child must be registered with a licensed, accredited or certified daycare provider
Complete the Online Request Form or contact student services at 608-785-9575.
This scholarship is for students who are accepted or enrolled in 12 or more credits at any Wisconsin Technical College. Preference will be given to those with a background in cranberry growing, who have worked on a marsh, or have parents who are employed at a marsh.
The Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association was founded in 1887 to provide educational programs for cranberry growers and to advance the interests of cranberry farming in Wisconsin. Today, the organization continues its education and advocacy mission on behalf of the state's largest fruit crop. Because of its mission, the WSCGA strongly supports education at all levels including post-secondary programs such as those provided through technical colleges in the state.
Since 1991, the association has endowed scholarship funds for students at UW-Madison, UW-Stevens Point, and those attending Wisconsin's Technical Colleges. Funds for the endowments are raised through an annual golf outing and sporting clay shoot. In 1997 and 1998, all proceeds from the two events were used to establish and enhance the fund at the Western Foundation.
The scholarships are awarded to students studying in an area related to cranberry production. The objective of the scholarship is to develop trained individuals who may seek a successful career in a field related to cranberry production.
The Wisconsin Amusement and Music Operators Scholarship is for students who are accepted or enrolled for six or more credits at any Wisconsin Technical College. To be eligible, you must provide a recommendation form from a WAMO member.