District 4 Scholarship Programs
The District IV Academic Scholarship Program is designed to support study at a university or college in the United States or Canada or study at a Norwegian university or folk school.
Each year three scholarships in the amount of $1000 are available. Application deadline is March 1.
- Scholarship Application (pdf)
Canadian residents may also apply to the Sons of Norway Foundation in Canada for post-secondary scholarships to Canadian institutions or grants for Norwegian heritage activities.
The District IV Cultural Program Scholarships are designed to encourage and support development of cultural skills in the district through the awarding of up to five (5) $500 scholarships each year to cover the registration fee and materials for attendance at eligible workshops and activities.
Sons of Norway Foundation Scholarships
Many kinds of scholarships are available. See
for details of the kinds of scholarships and the application forms. Only online applications are accepted. Previous applicants please note that a new username and ID will need to be created for 2017. This information is different from your Sons of Norway website information.