Shirley Stewart Skoog Scholarship

As a nontraditional, “older-than-average,” student, the late Shirley Stewart Skoog commuted to Morris from Ortonville where, in addition to being a full-time student, she was a teacher, wife, and mother of teenage children. Shirley particularly enjoyed writing and drama classes. She graduated from UMM in 1970 with a major in elementary education and only a few credits short of a minor in theater. Believing good teaching is itself a performing art, Shirley devoted her career to teaching and spent more than 30 years in the classroom.

Student Academic Level

Nontraditional Student

How do I get it?

• No Application Required

Type of Aid