Additional Freshmen Scholarships
Freshmen Scholarships Listed by Geographical Location
The Office of Student Financial Aid awards the following scholarships to first-year incoming freshmen. No scholarship application is required; however, for those scholarships that require financial need, students must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and submit all required documents by April 1 prior to their freshmen year. The notification process begins in mid-May and continues through August.
Donna R. Wollenberg Scholarship--Awarded to first-year Iowa students. Must demonstrate financial need and have a minimum 2.5 grade point average. May be renewed depending upon available funding.
Counties in Iowa
Donald and Ethel Hamdorf Scholarship--To provide support to first-year students from Clinton County, Iowa, who demonstrate financial need. This scholarship is non-renewable.
Otto H. & Ethel Bohart Henningsen--Awarded to a worthy University of Iowa student from Clinton County. Academic merit is the primary factor and financial need is secondary.
Ruth Ann Daly Scholarship--To freshmen students from Johnson County who demonstrate financial need by filing the FAFSA.
Dr. Carl E. and Edna Liabo Scholarship--To an entering freshman with preference given to students from Linn County. Students must show financial need. The scholarship may be renewable for up to three additional years as long as the recipient remains in good standing at The University of Iowa and continues to show financial need by filing the FAFSA each year.
Terry and Pam Hopper Fund--To provide support to needy first-year students from Webster County. This scholarship is renewable, depending upon funding availability and academics.
Scott German Scholarship--To selected entering first-year students from Maquoketa, Iowa. Financial need, determined by filing the FAFSA, is considered.
Wilton (or within a 25-mile radius)
Harry H. & Nellie B. Griffith Fund--To entering first-year students from Wilton, Iowa, or any town within a 25-mile radius of Wilton, Iowa. Students must be enrolled full-time. May be renewed up to three years, if full-time enrollment status and 2.00 UI cumulative grade-point average are maintained.
County in Illinois
Willard A. Peterson Scholarship--To students from Rock Island County, Illinois, preparing for a career in public health.