Kemper K. Knapp Rural Undergraduate Scholarship
The Kemper K. Knapp Undergraduate Scholarships are supported through the annual generous support of the Kemper K. Knapp Bequest Committee to support high academic achieving freshman and transfer students from the State of Wisconsin.
Kemper K. Knapp graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1879. Influenced by classmates that included Charles Van Hise (creator of the Wisconsin Idea), Robert La Follette (former Wisconsin governor and US Senator) and Jean Bascom (daughter of university president John Bascom) Mr. Knapp sought to improve the lives of future generations of students “to cultivate in the student body ideals of honesty, sincerity, earnestness, tolerance, and social and political obligations.” The Kemper K. Knapp Bequest Committee has supported these undergraduate scholarships for many years.
1. Entering Freshmen from rural Wisconsin
2. Completed the 2021-2022 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and sent it to UW-Madison (School Code 003895)
3. High academic achievement as demonstrated on their undergraduate admission application
How to Apply
Entering freshmen who have completed the FAFSA and have been offered Federal Student Aid will be automatically considered for this scholarship. Students will be contacted if selected.