School Counselors’ Blog

NWU expands support for your school’s low-income students.

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College-going rates among high school graduates declined across the board this fall, new data from Clearinghouse show. This drop was especially pronounced across low-income and high-poverty high schools and high schools with many Black and Hispanic students.

NWU’s scholarship events help students stack on more aid.

When your students attend any one of NWU’s academic scholarship events, they will receive a $4,000 scholarship ($1,000 x 4 years).

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NWU Music helps students find their voice.

“We each have music born within us that no one else has ever made and no one else ever could,” said Nebraska Wesleyan University Professor of Music

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We Can Expand Access for Low-income Nebraskans

Nebraska Wesleyan University is committed to giving low-income Nebraskans full access to a high-quality college experience. One important tool in this effort is our Access NWU Scholarship Program.

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One Last Opportunity for Your Students to Earn a $4,000 Scholarship

Nebraska Wesleyan University has one more live virtual scholarship event left on the calendar. Students attending one or more of these events automatically receive a single scholarship worth $4,000 over four years.

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Virtual Visits that Keep It Real

On an NWU virtual tour, students and families can interact with a live ambassador at every point. We also connect your students to more live conversations with NWU professors, coaches and directors based on their academic and extracurricular interests.

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