Froedtert Memorial Hospital Scholarship
Awarded to freshman, sophomore, junior, senior, transfer, master’s, and clinical doctorate students in health-related academic programs to help increase diversity, equity, and inclusion in the health professions and to grow the health care workforce. View the Froedtert Memorial Hospital Scholarship webpage for additional information.
- High school graduate. Students from all high schools are encouraged to apply. 25% of scholarship recipients will be graduates of Milwaukee Public Schools.
- Admitted to UWM as a freshman, transfer, continuing, master’s or clinical doctorate student and enrolled in a health-related academic program that offers immediate employability in direct patient services, listed below.
- Demonstrated academic merit or potential.
- Demonstrated financial need as determined by the FAFSA or UWM’s Non-FAFSA Need Worksheet (PDF).
Degree Programs (Majors)
- Athletic Training (MS)
- Biomedical Sciences (BS, MS)
- Communication Sciences & Disorders (BS, MS)
- Counseling Psychology (PhD)
- Health Care Administration (BS, MHA)
- Health Informatics (MS)
- Kinesiology (BS, MS)
- Nursing (BS, MS, DNP)
- Nutritional Sciences (BS)
- Occupational Science & Technology (BS)
- Occupational Therapy (MS, OTD)
- Physical Therapy (DPT)
- Public Health (BS, MPH)
- Social Work (BS, MSW)
- Sustainable Peacebuilding in Nursing (MSP)
Health Sciences Certificates
- Assistive Technology & Accessible Design
- Blood Banking/Immunohematology
- Certified Mental Performance Consultant
- Complementary & Integrative Health Approaches
- Death Investigation
- Forensic Science
- Forensic Toxicology
- Healthcare Compliance
- Health Care Informatics
- Molecular Diagnostics
- Therapeutic Recreation
- Value-Based Health Care
Nursing Graduate Certificates
- Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
- Clinical Nurse Specialist
- Family Nurse Practitioner
- Health Professional Education
- Psych Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
- Public Health Graduate Certificates
- Interprofessional Public & Population Health
- Maternal & Child Health
Social Work Graduate Certificates
UW Flexible Option programs
- Biomedical Sciences: Diagnostic Imaging degree
- Biomedical Sciences: Health Sciences degree
- Health Informatics certificate
- Nursing (RN to BSN)
The average award per recipient will be $5000 per year. The award includes renewable 4-year awards to incoming freshmen, renewable 2-year awards to continuing and transfer students, and several awards for graduate degree students. Awards for incoming new freshmen will be structured to increase in value each year to provide incentives to achieve academically.
The application becomes available for submission on October 1.