Scholarships are monetary gifts from community, private, and campus sources and are usually based on academic merit or some other criteria. Some scholarships also require verification of financial need. Therefore, all scholarship applicants are strongly encouraged to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Scholarships for students at the University are supported by private donors, local businesses, and the annual fundraising event, Corks & Forks. No repayment of scholarships is required. 

Scholarships may be awarded to: 

  • New incoming freshmen
  • New incoming transfer students
  • Returning adult students, age 22 or older
  • Continuing students

    Departing students should review and participate in the scholarship application process with their transfer school. Departing students can also search local community foundations for transfer scholarship opportunities.

    UWO–Fond du Lac Foundation Scholarships

    Students must be admitted to the Fond du Lac Campus of UW Oshkosh to be eligible for scholarships through the UWO–Fond du Lac Foundation. If you are not currently a student, we encourage you to apply to the Fond du Lac Campus of UW Oshkosh today.

    Scholarship Application

    This scholarship is open to all who have applied and have been admitted to the Fond du Lac campus between April 1, 2021 and Aug. 13, 2021.
    All applications are due by Aug. 19, 2021.

    Berger Book Bag Scholarship

    The Berger Book Bag Fund provides financial assistance to UWO–Fond du Lac students who might otherwise have difficulty purchasing needed books and academic supplies. This program is made possible through the generous gifts made in memory of Joseph S. Berger, Jr. and his father Joseph S. Berger, Sr., who together were instrumental in the establishment of the Fond du Lac campus in 1963.

    Student with book in library

    Apply for Fall Semester Funding

    Application becomes available May 1.

    Apply for Spring Semester Funding

    Spring application is not currently available.



    UWO Scholarship Database: Academic Works 

    Academic Works is the hub for all scholarships offered by the Oshkosh campus and the UW Oshkosh Foundation. A limited number of these scholarships are available for Fond du Lac campus students, which can be found by filtering the database. Follow the detailed instructions below to find scholarships you may be eligible for through Academic Works.

    Step 1 | Sign up with your uwosh email address and create a password.

    Step 2 | In the upper-right corner, click “Show Filters”

    Step 3 | When the filter window opens up, do not search by keyword. Instead, scroll through the list of scopes and select “Fond du Lac Campus.”

    Step 4 | Review the list of filtered scholarship opportunities to see if you fit the criteria of any available scholarships.

    If you have any questions related to the Academic Works scholarship database, contact



    Other Scholarships

    These scholarships are not managed by UWO-Fond du Lac Foundation but by the organization that sponsors the scholarship. Please contact that organization with any questions.

    2020 BIASEW Dennis Peterman Scholarship, Building Inspectors Association Southeastern Wisconsin Region

    2020 H.R. Scholarship, Fond du Lac Area Human Resources Association

    David E. Cook Scholarship, Eastern Ridge Homebuilders Association

    Hazel L. Stephenson Scholarship, Stephenson Scholarship Committee

    Denise Bertucci Memorial Scholarship, Jaycees of Wisconsin Foundation

    Joan M. Vande Castle Scholarship, Eastern Ridge Homebuilders Association

    Miss Fond du Lac, Miss Fond du Lac Scholarship Program

    P.E.O. Scholarship, P.E.O. Sisterhood

    PWC Scholarship, Professional Women’s Connection

    Stephenson Scholarship, Hazel Stephenson Scholarship Committee

    WCSWMA Scholarship, Wisconsin Counties Solid Waste Management Association

    WIAWWA Scholarship, Wisconsin Section of AWWA’s Young Professional Committee


    For more information about scholarships at the Fond du Lac campus, be sure to talk to your high school guidance counselor or contact the Student Affairs Solution Center at

    University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
    Fond du Lac Campus
    400 University Dr
    Fond du Lac, WI 54935
    (920) 929-1100