Quad Cities Campus

Private Scholarships

Delta Nu Alpha Memorial Scholarship

The Delta Nu Alpha Memorial Scholarship Program is open to all students studying in the fields of Transportation, Logistics, or Supply Chain Management and pursuing Associate or Bachelor undergraduate degrees.

  • Multiple scholarships with a total value of $15,000 will be awarded in June 2018 to be used for the 2018‐2019 academic year.
  • Scholarships are based upon the student’s demonstrated scholastic achievement, leadership ability, experience, and career commitment.
  • DNA membership and the need for financial aid will be considered.
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Please note that the application and required documentation must be post marked by May 20, 2018 and mailed to:

Delta Nu Alpha Memorial Scholarships
c/o Sue Spero
DNA Scholarship Chair
P O Box 1829
Mt. Juliet, TN 37121

Winning applicants will be notified of their status in early May 2018. If you have questions, please contact Sue Spero at Sspero@CarrierServTN.com .

Application and Additional Information

Additional Private Scholarships

Additional private scholarships are listed on the Macomb private scholarship page.

Faculty and Staff:

Please forward any additional outside Scholarship information to the WIU-QC Scholarship Office:
Curtis Williams


Private Scholarships are scholarships offered by providers who are not directly affiliated with Western Illinois University and the recipients may or may not be WIU students. There are many private scholarships available, as well as national scholarship search organizations. However, it is important that you educate yourself with the scholarship provider ensure the company is reputable before completing an application. Because these scholarships are through private sources, the WIU Scholarship Office cannot always verify their validity.

Avoid Scholarship Scams

Be aware of financial scams when researching and applying for private scholarships. Avoid scholarship agencies and applications that require a fee, guarantee financial assistance, or require attendance at a seminar. Be wary of completing an application or process that asks for personal information such as bank account number, credit card number, or Social Security number. Read the fine print!