About the WSHA Foundation
The WSHA Foundation is a nonprofit entity created to enhance the discipline of communication sciences and disorders through student scholarships and research grants. The scholarships and grants benefit graduate students studying communication disorders offering financial assistance to complete their professional degree and provide services to those with communication disorders.
Donors may designate if their donation is applied to scholarship, research grant or be undesignated. Donors also may name a scholarship or research grant and determine the criteria of the recipient when $500 or more is donated within a year. Establishing a scholarship is the perfect way to honor a respected mentor, inspirational colleague or loved one.
WSHA Foundation Mission
The Mission of the WSHA Foundation, Inc. is to enhance the discipline of communication sciences and disorders through student scholarships and research grants.
Our goal is to have 97% donations to the Foundation and interest earned from donations used to support scholarship and research grants. Since the establishment of the WSHA Foundation, Inc. in 2000, over $100,000 in scholarships and research grants have been awarded.
Click on the links below for the list of scholarship and research grant recipients:
Gifts to the Foundation
To ensure ongoing, highly qualified audiology and speech-language pathology professionals in Wisconsin, we encourage you to make a donation... The Foundation needs your support! Please donate today!
Your WSHA Foundation Donations support Scholarship Opportunities!
Board of DirectorsCaryn Easterling, President
Mail: 344 Evergreen Lane
Eligibility Criteria for Grants/Scholarships
Thank you for choosing to apply for a WSHA Foundation Scholarship(s) and/or The Vicki Lord Larson and James R. Larson Research Grant. Please note the following:
Please download the Eligibility Criteria Grid and use as a guideline for which scholarships or grants best fit with your strengths: download here. (IMPORTANT: Print out this PDF and include it with your application(s) when you send it in.)
Check the grants/scholarship(s) that you are applying for. Please note the main qualifications needed for each grant/scholarship. Also, at the bottom of the grids, please check if the office needs to duplicate and attach any information for you.