The Madison Area USBC annually awards five scholarships in the amounts of $1500, $1250, $1000, $750, and $500.
Scholarship winners are chosen by the Madison Area USBC Scholarship Committee. The committee considers applicant’s strengths in areas of academics, extracurricular activities, bowling tenure and tournament participation, and written essay.
Scholarship money will be deposited directly into the student’s SMART account. SMART funds are paid directly to the secondary educational institution and may be used for tuition and fees, on-campus meal plans, on-campus housing plans, textbooks, required class supplies, and equipment necessary for completion of a course or program.
Madison Area USBC scholarships are available to any graduating senior who is a certified member in good standing of a youth bowling program in a Madison Area member center*.
Applicant must be planning to attend an accredited secondary learning institution. This may be a public or private university, junior or state college, business school, technical institute, vocational school, or specialized trade school.
Applications must be completed in full by the applicant.
Applications must be accompanied by two letters of reference, one from a teacher or school official.
Applications must be accompanied by a high school transcript.
All applications must be submitted to the Madison Area USBC office by May 1.
Madison Area Member Centers*
Black Earth Lanes, Bowl-A-Vard Lanes, Dodger Bowl Lanes, Dream Lanes, Lake Ripley Lanes, Main Street Lanes, Middleton Sport Bowl, Midway Lanes, Oregon Bowl, Prairie Lanes, Riviera Bowl, Rob Bailey’s Pro Shop and Lanes, Rock & Bowl Hall of Lane, Rock River Lanes, Rude’s Lanes, Sauk City Lanes, Schwoegler Entertainment Center, Schwoegler Sugar River Lanes, Spartan Bowl, Stubby’s Bowl, Ten Pin Alley, Tower Junction Bowling Alley, U.W. South, Viking Lanes, Village Lanes, Waun-A-Bowl