Wisconsin Society for Clinical Laboratory Science Scholarship Fund, Inc.
Stavri Joseph 4-Year MLS Scholarship
This award will be made on the basis of scholastic accomplishments, extra-curricular activities, written communication skills and character.
1. Be a resident of the State of Wisconsin.
2. Be enrolled in, or be a graduate from, an accredited high school in Wisconsin.
3. Have completed at least the first half of the twelfth grade.
4. Have a grade transcript showing the results of at least one of the College Entrance Examination test scores (ACT, SAT, PSAT).
5. Matriculate by September at an accredited university in the State of Wisconsin majoring in Medical/Clinical Laboratory Science. These universities offer this major:
Please note that students who plan on attending a 2 year UW Center for their initial course work before transferring to one of the universities listed above are also eligible, provided their undergraduate application or admission indicates that their intended major is MLS/CLS.
Students interested in this scholarship should read the Eligibility Information link on this website. Students pursuing careers in related medical or scientific fields such as bacteriology, biochemistry, biology, physical therapy, clinical nutrition, occupational therapy, physician's assistant, nursing, pharmacy, radiology or dentistry are NOT ELIGIBLE.
An Application packet may be obtained by clicking on the link at the bottom of this website. Completed applications must be emailed or postmarked by midnight on March 31st of your senior year in high school or the spring before you plan to begin your MLS/CLS program. Award recipients will be notified on or before May 31st.
The Scholarship will be paid to the University Bursar, on behalf of the recipient (upon notice of matriculation from the university officials) at the rate of $750.00 per semester for a total of four consecutive years, renewable as long as the recipient remains in the degree program and maintains grades satisfactory for graduation from the university and the MLS/CLS program.
For more information on career opportunities as a medical/clinical laboratory scientist (formerly known as medical technologist) please refer to websites below: