Paying for College

AHS Postsecondary Scholarship Application: Available February 1-28, 2017

The Aquinas High School Postsecondary Scholarship application will be available February 1, 2017. This year, the scholarship process is set up through Google Classroom. All Seniors have the ability to join the class Scholarship Application using the class code tlmhoq.  All applicants MUST fill out the application to be considered for scholarships. In addition, students MAY choose to fill out one or more of the optional forms. Complete applications must be submitted on or before Tuesday, February 28 at 3:30 p.m. The application will go off-line at that time. Late applications will not be considered. 

General Scholarship Websites

La Crosse Promise Future Center -

Fast Web -

Scholarships -

School Soup -

Unigo -

College Week Live -

UW Help System -

UW System Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) -

NCAA Eligibility Center

Military -

Local Scholarships

Maureen Servais Annual Nursing Scholarship

Morrow Memorial Home Foundation Scholarship

Muskies, Inc. God's Country Chapter Scholarship

La Crescent Community Foundation

Coulee Region Professional Women of La Crosse Scholarship

Onalaska Area Business Association Scholarship

Chaseburg Farmers Union Coop Scholarship

Carrie Crystal Stuckert Memorial Art Scholarship

Wisconsin Sports Awards Contest

Wisconsin Cattlemen's Association Scholarship Program

Coulee Cap 2017 John Young Scholarship Program

Vernon Electric Scholarship

Other Scholarships

Wendy's High School Heisman Scholarship -

Aspiring Nurse Scholarship

AXA Foundation -

Unique and Weird Scholarships -

Elks National Foundation Scholarship -

Mediacom World Class Scholars Scholarship Program -

Robotics Scholarship

State Farm Good Neighbor Scholarship

SFM Foundation Scholarship

AB Nicholas Scholarship Foundation

Financial Aid Information - official FAFSA site - Free help filling out the FAFSA


‚Äč - Wisconsin residents will pay in-state tuition costs while attending Minnesota public universities and colleges. - Minnesota has agreements with neighboring states to provide lower tuition for Minnesota residents to attend public colleges and universities in those states. - The Midwest Student Exchange Program, or MSEP, is a multi-state tuition reciprocity program.