Each year, we award more than $800,000 in scholarships to students living in northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin. Through the generosity of our donors—individuals, businesses and organizations—we encourage students of all ages to pursue further education, enabling them to achieve goals and contribute to their communities through work inspired by knowledge and lifelong learning.
To learn more about or apply for a specific scholarship, click on the button below next to it. You will be directed to our scholarship portal. Applicants also can use the search tool to find scholarships for which they qualify, based on their academic interest and high school or area of residence.
The Albert H. Roffers Athletic Scholarship helps graduating senior athletes at Ashland High School. Students may use the scholarship at any accredited college, university, technical school or vocational school. Applicants […]Read More
The Allen Butler Minority Law Enforcement Scholarship Fund provides financial assistance to young people of color from Duluth to begin or continue law enforcement training at a post-secondary institution. Applicants […]Read More
The Amelia and Emanuel Nessell Family Scholarship Fund helps students in financial need, with priority consideration to Jewish applicants. Graduating seniors in the top 25 percent of their class from […]Read More
The Anderson Niskanen Scholarship Fund provides financial assistance for graduating seniors from Duluth public high schools who are in financial need for post-secondary education at the University of Minnesota Duluth […]Read More
The Barrows Family Scholarship honors the memories of Frank L. Barrows and Frank L. Barrows II by awarding a college scholarship to a student from Eveleth-Gilbert High School. In addition […]Read More
The Bernard B. Brusin and Mary L. Brusin Scholarship Fund provides renewable scholarships to Jewish and Roman Catholic students for college or vocational training. Applicants must be graduating seniors who […]Read More
The Bob and Carole Lent Scholarship Fund provides scholarships to students demonstrating financial need from area public schools who plan to attend a public college in the Duluth-Superior area. The […]Read More
The Carol and John Lilyquist Registered Nursing Scholarship Fund covers a second year of tuition for a student enrolled in a non-baccalaureate degree nursing program leading to licensing as a […]Read More
The Charlotte Ulland Scholarship Fund for Girls helps female graduates from public high schools on Lake Superior’s North Shore. Applicants must be young women who will graduate from one of […]Read More
The Chief John Raaflaub Memorial Firefighter Scholarship Fund helps students from Douglas County pursue careers in firefighting, and especially at the Superior Fire Department. Applicants can be high school graduates […]Read More