NWU holds scholarship events that match your students’ academic interests
by Bill Motzer, enrollment vice president
Attending an event at Nebraska Wesleyan University needs to be on your students’ calendar. That’s because NWU matches scholarship events with students’ academic interests.
First, NWU offers a wide range of scholarship events geared specifically for students with different career and life goals. We give students great access to professors and alumni professionals who are thriving in their field of interest.
Every student who attends is rewarded with a scholarship worth thousands over their four years at Nebraska Wesleyan. These event scholarships stack on top of our generous acceptance grants and academic scholarships to take Nebraska Wesleyan University’s value even higher.
Encourage your students to RSVP for the scholarship events that fit their interests.
- November 8, 2018
The Mighty Pen Scholarship Event
Ideal for students interested in English, business, law and other writing-intensive fields
- November 13, 2018
Pre-health Professions Scholarship Event
Ideal for students in biology, chemistry, nursing or psychology who intend to work in the healthcare field
- December 2, 2018
Future Educators Scholarship Event
Ideal for students interested in teaching at any level
- January 13, 2019
Kansas Rising Stars Scholarship Event
Held at Union Station in Kansas City, this event brings NWU professors and alumni to Kansas students.
- January 22, 2019
Art/Music/Theatre Scholarship Event
Ideal for students interested in the fine and performing arts
- January 27, 2019
Mile High Achiever Scholarship Event
Held at Broncos Stadium at Mile High, this event is ideal for Denver-area prospects interested in meeting professors, coaches and successful alumni.
- February 12, 2019
STEM Professions Scholarship Event
Ideal for students in science, engineering, technology and mathematics
Enrollment Vice President Bill Motzer oversees student recruitment for NWU. This fall’s incoming class is the largest in Nebraska Wesleyan’s history.