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Titan National Scholars

Titans come from all around the world to study, learn and grow. With your high academic standing, you could earn four years of Wisconsin in-state tuition!

The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, one of Wisconsin’s leading four-year universities, launched Titan National Scholars in 2015 to honor and reward high-achieving students from across the country.

Titan National Scholars are an exclusive group of nonresident first-year and transfer students who receive an impressive academic scholarship. The scholarship brings the cost of tuition for nonresident students in line with Wisconsin’s low-cost, in-state tuition.

What is the value of the Titan National Scholar award?

Midwest Student Exchange Program

Students who live in participating Midwest Student Exchange Program states receive the MSEP tuition benefit, as well as an additional $3,150 per year— bringing the total cost of their tuition down to the Wisconsin in-state tuition rate.

This is an award value of $12,600!

 

Domestic Nonresident Students

Nonresident students (excluding MSEP, Minnesota and international students) receive $7,575 each year to bring the cost of their tuition down to in-state, Wisconsin tuition costs!

This is an award value of $30,300!

(Click here to see a full chart of tuition costs for 2017-2018.)

 

The Titan National Scholar award will always reflect current Wisconsin in-state tuition rates in the event that they change.

Who is Eligible?

First-Year Students

To be considered for selection as Titan National Scholars, students must be admitted to UW Oshkosh. If an admitted student meets the academic eligibility requirements of Titan National Scholars, they are automatically awarded and are notified within one month of admission.

Students who do not meet the minimum qualifications when they apply may request reevaluation and submit updated transcripts or new ACT scores up through the start of the fall 2018 semester.

No application is needed.

General guidelines for the award are:

  • 23 or higher ACT or 1130 or higher on the SAT
  • 3.2/4.0 or higher unweighted GPA

Transfer

To be considered for selection as Titan National Scholars, students must be admitted to UW Oshkosh. Titan National Scholars are awarded based upon the college/university GPA of all transferable course work, excluding nondegree credits.

Eligibility is determined based upon information received at the time of admission. For those not meeting eligibility at that time, GPAs will be reevaluated with final transcripts when requested by the student.

No application is needed.

General guidelines for the award are:

  • 3.0/4.0 or higher GPA for all transferable college credits, excluding nondegree credits.
Is Enrollment of Titan National Scholars Limited?

No. UW Oshkosh does not limit the number of students who receive the Titan National Scholar award, provided they meet the academic eligibility requirements.

The program is available to all students, with the exception of those eligible to apply for Minnesota reciprocity, international students, and students participating in online or specialty programs.

Is Enrollment Open to All Majors?

Yes. All majors are eligible. The only exclusions are online degrees and specialty programs.

What are the Criteria for Retaining the Award?
  • Full-time enrollment at UW Oshkosh is required. This is defined as a minimum of 12 credits each term. Full-time status must be maintained in consecutive fall/spring terms.
  • A minimum of 30 credits per academic year must be earned to continue eligibility. (Academic year is defined as fall, spring and summer terms.)
  • A cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher is required at the start of the next academic year. For example, students receiving the award in fall 2017 must achieve a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 by the start of the fall 2018 term to remain eligible.
  • Eligibility will continue until you have reached 120 earned credits. These credits include credits earned at UWO, test credits, transfer credits, etc., Earned credits are evaluated at the start of the academic year. For example, if you earn 120 credits by the end of any fall term, the award will be granted through the summer term of that academic year.
What other Financial Aid is Available?

The Titan National Scholar award is automatically applied to the student’s account. Students applying for financial aid will see the award reflected on their financial aid package.

Additional aid may be available through:

Questions?

If you have questions about the Titan National Scholars program, please email us at admissions@uwosh.edu or call (920) 424-3164.

UW Oshkosh Admissions
800 Algoma Boulevard
135 Dempsey Hall
Oshkosh, WI 54901

920-424-3164
admissions@uwosh.edu

Hours of Operation:
M-F 7:45 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

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