The CEW Scholarship Program for returning women students was established in 1970 to honor the academic performance and potential of women whose education has been interrupted and to commemorate the one hundredth anniversary of the admission of women to the University of Michigan.
Thanks to the generosity of individuals and foundations, CEW has awarded nearly 1,600 scholarships since 1970. CEW Scholarship Awards are invaluable, since they often mean the difference between completing a degree or not doing so for many students at the University of Michigan. Due to the generosity of donors, CEW was able to expand the program in 2008 to include additional scholarships for male and female students on the Ann Arbor campus.
CEW Scholarship applicants must be attending the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, Flint, or Dearborn campuses) during the year for which the scholarship is awarded. Be certain to check the complete list of criteria before applying for a scholarship.
2015-2016 Scholarship Application Deadline has passed.
The application for the 2016-17 academic year will be available in early December, 2015. If you have any questions, please contact Kristina Bee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gail Allen Scholarship
AAUW: Mary Elizabeth Bittman Memorial Scholarship
Christine Kahan Black Scholarship
Jane and Bill Bloom Scholarship
Margaret Dusseau Brevoort Scholarship
Ruth Jeanette Buttrey Scholarship
CEW Graduate Scholarship
Collegiate Sorosis Foundation Scholarship
Lucile B. Conger Alumnae Group Scholarship
Molly H. Dobson Scholarships
Robert Bruce Dunlap Memorial Scholarship
Elizabeth Dusseau Scholarship
Beth Halloran Scholarship
Beatrice Kahn Scholarship
Elsie Choy Lee Scholarship
Sarah Winans Newman Scholarship
Aline Underhill Orten Foundation Scholarship
Retirement Income Solutions, Inc. Scholarship
Linda J. Rider Scholarship
Helen Huff Shell Scholarship
Margaret Dow Towsley Scholarships
Faculty Women's Club Scholarship
Irma M. Wyman Scholarships
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