Ella Post Legacy Society
In 1982, Ella Post, a Milwaukee-area Lutheran led by faith in her God and the conviction that the world needed Wisconsin Lutheran College, was prompted to place the ultimate confidence in the college. The college received a substantial portion of Ella's estate in 1984, so the mission to spread the good news of the gospel could be continued at Wisconsin Lutheran College well after the Lord called her to her eternal home.
The purpose of the Ella Post Legacy Society is to honor and recognize those friends and alumni who have included a legacy gift in their estate plans to benefit the college. These dedicated individuals are a reflection of Ella Post's early commitment to supporting the growth and development of Wisconsin Lutheran College. In doing so, these people recognize the college's unique role in fulfilling our Savior's divine commission to make disciples of all nations. As a thank you, members of the Ella Post Legacy Society are annually invited to a dinner and an event on campus.
Membership is extended to alumni, parents and friends who notify the college of their intention to benefit Wisconsin Lutheran College in their estate plan. Gift arrangements which qualify include:
To learn more or become a member of the Ella Post Legacy Society, contact Kristine Metzger at 414.443.8925 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Warrior Club
For more information about supporting athletics at Wisconsin Lutheran College, please visit The Warrior Club website.
Scholarships serve a major role in providing necessary funding for Wisconsin Lutheran College students. A remarkable 94% of our full-time students receive financial assistance from scholarships, grants, loans and work-study employment. Without this valuable and vital support, many students would be unable to attend Wisconsin Lutheran College.
Scholarships honor and memorialize family members, friends, professors and mentors from all walks of life. Wisconsin Lutheran College is grateful for alumni and friends who choose to assist students in this way. There are many opportunities for giving to scholarships for Wisconsin Lutheran College students. The following are some of the scholarships to consider when making a gift:
The Alumni Scholarship is awarded to junior students with a 3.5 cumulative GPA that demonstrate academic excellence, co-curricular involvement, and Christian character. The $1,000 award is applied towards the recipient's junior year tuition and is renewable for his/her senior year if the student remains in good academic standing.
The Sharon A. Schoeneck Christian Women's Leadership Scholarship is a $5,000 award given to a senior female student who demonstrates a personal life guided by Christian principles, has leadership qualities in academics and extracurricular activities and maintains a 3.0 GPA.
The Multicultural Scholarship is awarded to first year African American students who show potential to model Christian values on the Wisconsin Lutheran College campus. Scholarships are worth $1,000 - $2,000 per year, renewable annually.
The Gary and Sandra Greenfield Christian Leadership Scholarship is a $5,000 award given to a senior who has been enrolled at Wisconsin Lutheran College since his/her freshman year, is in good academic standing and demonstrates exemplary Christian leadership.