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Coursework Requirements By Scholarship Level

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Honors Level: $1,680 per semester

(for equivalent of 8 full time semesters - 4 can be used at a Wyoming community college)

GPA and ACT Required:  3.5 GPA and 25 ACT

Coursework Required:

  • MATH - Students must complete four years of math to include Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, and an approved additional math course (consult your counselor about approved courses)
  • LANGUAGE ARTS (English) - Students must complete four years of Language Arts at the college or industry preparatory level in grades 9-12 to include standards in Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking.
  • SCIENCE - Students must complete any four of the following Science courses:  Physical Science, Physics I, Physics II, Chemistry I, Chemistry II, Biology I, Biology II, Geology, Computer Science, plus an approved additional Science course (consult your counselor about approved courses)
  • SOCIAL STUDIES - Students must complete three years of Social Studies to include a combination of the five Social Studies content areas:  World History, American History, Geography, American Government, and Economic Systems & Institutions
  • FOREIGN LANGUAGE - Students must complete two sequenced years of the same foreign language, one of which must be taken in grades 9-12.  The native language of Eastern Shoshone or the Northern Arapahoe, or American Sign Language may be taken in fulfillment of this requirement.
  • IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE COURSEWORK, students must also complete two additional years of FOREIGN LANGUAGE courses (may be sequenced or non-sequenced different language), -or- two years of FINE AND PERFORMING ARTS courses, -or- two years of CAREER-VOCATIONAL EDUCATION courses.

Performance Level: $1,260 per semester

(for equivalent of 8 full time semesters - 4 can be used at a Wyoming community college)

GPA and ACT Required:  3.0 GPA and 21 ACT

Coursework Required:

  • MATH - Students must complete four years of math to include Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, and an approved additional math course (consult your counselor about approved courses)
  • LANGUAGE ARTS (English) - Students must complete four years of Language Arts at the college or industry preparatory level in grades 9-12 to include standards in Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking.
  • SCIENCE - Students must complete any four of the following Science courses:  Physical Science, Physics I, Physics II, Chemistry I, Chemistry II, Biology I, Biology II, Geology, Computer Science, plus an approved additional Science course (consult your counselor about approved courses)
  • SOCIAL STUDIES - Students must complete three years of Social Studies to include a combination of the five Social Studies content areas:  World History, American History, Geography, American Government, and Economic Systems & Institutions
  • FOREIGN LANGUAGE - Students must complete two sequenced years of the same foreign language, one of which must be taken in grades 9-12.  The native language of Eastern Shoshone or the Northern Arapahoe, or American Sign Language may be taken in fulfillment of this requirement.
  • IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE COURSEWORK, students must also complete two additional years of FOREIGN LANGUAGE courses (may be sequenced or non-sequenced different language), -or- two years of FINE AND PERFORMING ARTS courses, -or- two years of CAREER-VOCATIONAL EDUCATION courses.

Opportunity Level: $840 per semester

(for equivalent of 8 full time semesters - 4 can be used at a Wyoming community college)

GPA and ACT Required:  2.5 GPA and 19 ACT

Coursework Required:

  • MATH - Students must complete four years of math to include Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, and an approved additional math course (consult your counselor about approved courses)
  • LANGUAGE ARTS (English) - Students must complete four years of Language Arts at the college or industry preparatory level in grades 9-12 to include standards in Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking.
  • SCIENCE - Students must complete four Science courses, three of which shall satisfy high school graduation requirements
  • SOCIAL STUDIES - Students must complete three years of Social Studies to include a combination of the five Social Studies content areas:  World History, American History, Geography, American Government, and Economic Systems & Institutions
  • IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE COURSEWORK, students must either complete two sequenced years of the same FOREIGN LANGUAGE (one of which must be taken in grades 9-12), -or- two years of FINE AND PERFORMING ARTS courses, -or- two years of CAREER-VOCATIONAL EDUCATION courses. The native language of Eastern Shoshone or the Northern Arapahoe, or American Sign Language may be taken in fulfillment of the foreign language requirement.

Provisional Opportunity Level: $840 per semester

(for equivalent of 4 full time semesters)

GPA and ACT Required:  2.5 GPA and 17 ACT (or 12+ WorkKeys) **MUST BEGIN AT A WYOMING COMMUNITY COLLEGE**

Coursework Required:

  • MATH - Students must meet HS graduation requirements which must include at least two years of Algebra I; and/or Algebra II; and/or Geometry
  • LANGUAGE ARTS (English) - Students must meet HS graduation requirements
  • SCIENCE - Students must meet HS graduation requirements
  • SOCIAL STUDIES - Students must meet HS graduation requirements
  • IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE COURSEWORK, students must either complete two sequenced years of the same FOREIGN LANGUAGE (one of which must be taken in grades 9-12), -or- two years of FINE AND PERFORMING ARTS courses, -or- two years of CAREER-VOCATIONAL EDUCATION courses. The native language of Eastern Shoshone or the Northern Arapahoe, or American Sign Language may be taken in fulfillment of the foreign language requirement.

To continue this scholarship at UW, transfer students are required to have held this scholarship level at a Wyoming community college and graduated with a 2.25 or better in an associate's degree or certificate program. Students meeting these criteria will be awarded four additional semesters to continue at UW, so long as they have not exceeded six years in school.


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