To be eligible to compete in the Miss Southern Wisconsin
contestant may qualify by either living (previous six months
from the date of the pageant); or, working full-time (previous
six months from the date of the pageant); or, by attending
school full-time (previous six months from the date of the
pageant) in the counties of
Milwaukee or Waukesha.
She must also be at least 17 years old by the date of the
pageant (and a High School graduate by June 16th of this
year), and no more than 24 years old by December 31st of this
She must be a U.S. citizen and hold a valid driver's license.
She must secure a minimum of $100 in donations to the Miss
America national charity - Children's Miracle Network.
Wisconsin wins a $200 scholarship to the college or
university of her choice, an official local crown, crown
pin, and flowers. She competes in the Miss Wisconsin
Pageant in Oshkosh in June and may spend a year
representing her title at local events.
The Miss Wisconsin Pageant offers additional opportunities
to win scholarship money in various categories including
talent, swimsuit, evening gown, academic achievement,
community service, Spirit of Miss America, and Glady Award