Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is one of only 187 institutions nation-wide to have the privilege of stewarding the Ronald E. McNair Post-baccalaureate Achievement Program. A federally-funded TRIO Program, McNair Programs assist bright, highly motivated undergraduates from traditionally disadvantaged backgrounds acquire the skills they need to get into and succeed in graduate school. This includes seminars and workshops on topics related to research, the graduate application process, financial assistance, tutoring and graduate school visits. The cornerstone of the McNair Program is the paid summer research internship, during which the scholar conducts a faculty-mentored research project. All scholars must present their research at the annual McNair Scholars Showcase and are given the opportunity to travel to present at national conferences.
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The UWO McNair program serves between 25 and 30 scholars in a given year, typically accepting 12-13 new students per year. Because becoming a McNair scholar takes a lot of forethought and planning, we strongly advise interested students to visit us as early as possible. We welcome your interest!
The UW Oshkosh McNair Scholars Program is 100% funded through a TRIO grant from the United States Department of Education PR/Award Number P217A170088. For 2018/2019, the UW Oshkosh McNair Scholars Program will receive $240,676 in federal funds.