Organizations offering scholarships and resources to help student obtain scholarships have ask that the University of
Wyoming make their scholarships and information available to our student. The
University of Wyoming is providing this information to students as a
courtesy and as such we reserve the right to display, not display, or
remove any information at our discretion without notification. Information is only accurate as the date it was received by UW.
Click the link above to access these external scholarship opportunities
listed within the University of Wyoming scholarship system. You may browse publicly or log
in with your UW username and password.
Scholarship Search Websites
Additional Resources in finding scholarships
- Your high school counselor - scholarships offered through community or
regional organizations are typically promoted through your high school
counseling office. Most offices have a scholarship book or bulletin board.
- Visit the e-Scholar website, a portal for publicizing educational opportunities available to students and career professionals.
- Library resources such as "The Scholarship Book" edited by Daniel Cassidy; "The College Blue Book"; "Free Money from Colleges & Universities" by Laurie Blum; and "Fund Your Way Through College: Uncovering 1,000 Great Opportunities in Undergraduate Financial Aid" by Debra M. Kirby. These along with many others can be found in Coe Library or through UW Combined Catalog.
- Contact the Multicultural Affairs Office at (307) 766-6228 for its booklet titled "Financial Aid & Opportunities for Minority Students." This office also has information on minority graduate assistantships.
- The American Legion publishes a booklet titled "Need a Lift?" This is an excellent guide to many types of financial aid resources including federal, state, institutional, and private aid. It may be ordered for $3 plus $3 for shipping and handling by writing to the following address: National Emblem Sales, 700 North Pennsylvania Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46204.
- Civic, religious and community organizations such as Elks, Rotary, Moose, Odd Fellows, American Legion, and your local/home church.
- Your parent's place of employment.
- Large corporations such Coca-Cola, Clairol, Tylenol and Orville Redenbacher.
- Professional organizations within your chosen career field such as the Business and Professional Women's Association or Soroptimists.
- UW Outside Donor Scholarship Policy
Please note that we cannot confirm the accuracy of the information obtained outside of the UW