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 below. If you experience an unexpected financial hardship, Emergency Funding is available for students who qualify. Read more about Emergency Funding.
The Upper Mississippi Manufacturing Alliance (TUMMA.org) is offering multiple $500 scholarships for new students entering Western Technical College in the Fall of 2020. Students pursuing careers in advanced manufacturing related programs are encouraged to apply. View a poster for a list of programs and more information.
To apply, complete the application and submit to the Western Technical College Foundation Office.
TUMMA Scholarship Applications
Impact Scholarships provide students attending a technical college in Wisconsin from Jackson County with up to $2,000 per year, for two years! All students, in any program, from Jackson County are eligible. To apply, complete the application and submit to the Western Technical College Foundation Office.
Impact Scholarship Applications
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.
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.