Empowering women since 1923
2015 Scholarship Applications Available
Deadline: Feb. 1
Link to scholarship applications & instructions below
Each year, Racine AAUW awards scholarships to a Racine County woman who is entering the first or second semester of her junior or senior year at a four-year accredited, degree-granting college or university and a Racine County woman entering her third or fourth semester at a two-year college the following fall.
Application materials are available by clicking on the links below. The deadline for applying is usually in February of the year in which the scholarships are awarded.
Racine AAUW has established an endowment fund at the Racine Community Foundation to ensure that the organization can award scholarships to future generations.
Racine AAUW has also awarded grants to local nonprofit agencies to help women take their GED tests.
On a national level, the Racine Branch also contributes funds for fellowships through AAUW.
2013 Scholarship Recipients:
Janet Wefler - University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, majoring in Community Education
Stephanie Besaw - Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa, majoring in Music Therapy
Annalee Sepanski - University of Wisconsin - Parkside, majoring in Political Science and Women's Studies
Jacquelline Pruitt - University of Minnesota, majoring in Family Social Service with minor in Spanish
Anna Tolle - University of Wisconsin - Madison, majoring in Spanish with minors in Environmental Studies and Scandinavian Studies
2013 Grant Recipients
Racine Vocational Ministry, Family Literacy of Racine, Families in Transition
2012 Scholarship Recipients:
Sarah Danielson - George Washington University (changing to UW-Madison), majoring in Applied Mathematics
Alexandra Mendez - UW - Madison, majoring in English Literature
2012 Grant Recipients:
HALO, Family Literacy of Racine, Advancing Family Assets
2011 Scholarship Recipients:
AubreyBreuckman - Wisconsin Lutheran College, majoring in Psychology
Katherine Roach - Miami University in Ohio, majoring in Zoology
2011 Grant Recipients:
Racine Literacy Council
By joining AAUW, you belong to a community that breaks through educational and economic barriers so all women have a fair chance.