Casper Rotary Foundation Scholarship for the University of Wyoming - Casper

Scholarship support to full-time non-traditional students attending the University of Wyoming at Casper.

To be eligible for this scholarship, the recipient must be:

  1. a degree-seeking student enrolled at the University of Wyoming at Casper;
  2. a non-traditional student
  3. and, enrolled full-time

Recipients must 1) make a brief presentation to at least one of the Casper Rotary Clubs regarding their award, school trajectory, career goals, etc. 2) send an acknowledgement letter to the Casper Rotary Foundation explaining the personal benefits of receiving the scholarship.

Annual awards will be paid in two equal disbursements, the second half of the award will only be given if the student remains in “good standing” and also meets the above criteria.

Scholarships and Financial Aid , UW Casper
Supplemental Questions
  1. How do you consider yourself a non-traditional student? (answer all questions)
    • 1. Are you 25+ years old?
    • 2. Are you a child of deceased parents?
    • 3. Are you a ward/dependent of the court?
    • 4. Are you a US Armed Forces Veteran?
    • 5. Are you married?
    • 6. Are you responsible for dependents?
    • 7. Are you working on a Masters or Doctoral degree?
  2. Please explain your personal understanding of the 'Four-Way Test' and how it relates to your life experiences and/or society. How does it influence what you have, or will say, think, and do? From the earliest days of the organization, Rotarians were concerned with promoting high ethical standards in their professional lives. One of the world's most widely printed and quoted statements of business ethics is the Four-Way Test which Rotary adopted in 1943. The Four-Way Test: (1) Is it the TRUTH, (2) Is it FAIR to all concerned? (3) Will it build GOOD WILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?, and (4) Will it be beneficial to all concerned?
  3. Please enter the name and email address for one reference who has agreed to provide a letter of recommendation on your behalf. (Examples of suitable references include previous teachers/professors, employment managers, community members, UW-Casper faculty or staff, or others familiar with your work ethic, character, and/or academic performance.)