Reach Higher Scholarship Waubonsee Foundation provides new and returning students with more than 150 scholarships each year. The scholarship application period for the 2024 Foundation has already concluded.
All qualified applications that were submitted before the deadline are presently being reviewed. Early in July, applicants will get emails informing them of the results.
Emergency Needs Fund Scholarship
Logging in for the first time:
1. Students currently enrolled at Waubonsee: click the “Sign Up” button.
2. Create a password and enter your Waubonsee student email address.
3. You will get an email with a link to click to verify your identity after creating a password.
1. Go to waubonsee.edu/nsif to fill out a New Student Application (NSA). Once your application has been approved, you will receive a Waubonsee student ID number (also known as a “x-number”) and be able to start the activation procedure for your scholarship account.
2. The “Sign Up” button is located above.
3. Create a password and enter the email address you used to complete the NSA.
- Note: This will be your default username once you’ve joined up and been given a Waubonsee student email.
You will get an email with a link to click to verify your identity after creating a password.
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Frequently Asked Questions
1. Who was Waubonsee?
Waubonsee, meaning “early dawn” or “early day,” was a Pottawatomie Native American chief who lived in the Fox River Valley during the 1800s.
2. Who Found Waubonsee Community College?
Named after George Akerlow, founding member of the Waubonsee Community College Board of Trustees and a member of the steering committee that conducted the feasibility study of the establishment of the college. 1972 — Waubonsee Community College is granted 10-year accreditation by the North Central Association.
3. How many Students does Waubonsee Community College have?
Waubonsee Community College is a public institution in Sugar Grove, Illinois. It has a total enrollment of 9176. The school utilizes a semester-based academic year. The student-faculty ratio is 22-to-1.
4. What division is Waubonsee Community College?
Waubonsee Community College Chiefs is located in Aurora, IL and the Basketball program competes in the Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference conference.
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