Welcome to Scholarships & Financial Aid
It is never too early to start thinking and planning for college! Scholarships are available for students of all ages. It may require a lot of time and effort to find and apply for scholarships so get started today!
Money from companies or organizations who want to reward students for community involvement, academics, diversity, etc. that does not need to be repaid. You should never have to pay to apply for scholarships or to have someone else fin opportunities for you.
(SCHOLARSHIPS ARE LISTED BY MONTH DUE) – Search this Excel spreadsheet for scholarships.
Utah Promise Scholarship – Students with Pell Grant eligibility (need-based through FAFSA) may receive full tuition and fees for up to two years. Other awards of similar value and requirements may be offered through your institution. Ask your financial aid officer about your eligibility.
Higher Education Success Stipend – grant available to undergraduate students with financial need who are studying in a Utah college. Ask your financial aid office for assistance.
New Century – high schools students who graduate with an associate degree or complete the Math and Science Curriculum Track may be eligible for a scholarship at select universities in Utah. Students must be US Citizen graduating from a UT high school, have a 3.0 minimum GPA, and fill out the FAFSA. Application open November – February 1st.
Regents’ Scholarship – Students with qualifying courses, 3.3 GPA, 22 ACT score, US Citizen, Utah HS graduate, filed FAFSA, meet all deadlines can apply for this scholarship. Application open November – February 1st. Value varies each year. See website for full details.
Talent Development Incentive Loan Program – Forgivable loan program for Utah residents who wish to study and work in one of the following careers: Information Science/Studies, Computer & Information Sciences, Computer & Info Systems Security/Info Assurance, Computer Systems Networking & Telecommunications, Computer Science, Information Technology, Management Information Systems. Students should verify eligibility degree programs with institution. Students must first attend one semester in an associate’s program and two semesters in a bachelor’s program. Value: tuition, books and fees. Requirement: one year work = one year loan forgiveness. See institution financial aid office for details and qualifications.
T.H. Bell Scholarship – Available to those intent on entering the teaching profession at a public school in Utah. These applications are processed by the education department and/or financial aid offices at each institution. The award covers tuition, fees, and books for up to four years of full-time enrollment. Institution must have state-approved teacher education program. Priority for first-generation students and those intending to work in high-need fields.
WICHE Professional Student Exchange Program for students planning to attend one of the qualifying 11 western Out-of-State institutions. Students will pay reduced level of tuition. Completed forms are due 10/15/2020.
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QuestBridge College Prep Scholars Program assists high school students who are excelling academically, and are low-income students, with full four-year scholarships or generous financial aid to attend some of the nation’s best colleges. See the website for full details and application: www.questbridge.org