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President's Scholarship Resident

How to Apply


  Complete Admissions Process by Dec. 1

  No additional application necessary

  Based on cumulative GPA and ACT/SAT scores

  Course rigor considered

The President's Scholarship recipients will be chosen from the pool of resident high school seniors. Selection is based on academic excellence.

The value of the President's Scholarship will total approximately $35,000 (which includes a resident tuition waiver, mandatory fees, plus the choice of an on-campus housing award or a cash award), for a maximum of 8 semesters or until the student receives a baccalaureate degree, whichever comes first. Tuition and mandatory fees up to and including 18 hours per semester are covered. Recipients are required to enroll for a minimum of 12 hours per semester.

Application Information: Eligible students must adhere to the priority admission date of December 1. No further application is required. Only applicants, who have completed the admissions process by December 1, by having submitted all required documents, will be considered for the resident President's Scholarship selection process.

Terms 2018-19

Sponsor: University Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid
Eligibility: Entering Freshmen
Requirements: Fulltime Status, Merit, U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident
In-state Requirement
Contact Information: Financial Aid and Scholarships Office, 801-581-6211
Terms: Renewable - Recipients must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.6 and complete 24 hours of course work (20 of which must be graded) every two semesters. (Recipients awarded prior to 2011/2012 are expected to maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.7 as indicated in their original award letters.) Grades are reviewed after the second, fourth, and sixth semester.
Deadline: Complete admissions process by December 1.
Other Requirements: Merit scholarship consideration will be based on the ACT/SAT test score with which students are admitted. Results from tests taken after the official October test date, initial or retakes, will not be taken into consideration for scholarship eligibility.

 

University Nonresident President's Scholarship

How to Apply


  Complete Admissions Process by Dec. 1

  No additional application necessary

  Based on ACT/SAT scores

  Course rigor considered

A scholarship for nonresident high school seniors who will be entering freshmen based on cumulative GPA and ACT/SAT scores.

Value: Full nonresident tuition and mandatory fees are awarded for a maximum of 8 semesters or until the student receives a baccalaureate degree, whichever comes first. Tuition and mandatory fees up to and including 18 hours per semester is covered. The scholarship includes the choice of additional annual $750 cash award or on-campus housing award. 

 

Terms 2018-19

Sponsor: University Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid
Eligibility: Entering Freshmen
Requirements: Fulltime Status, Merit
Out-of-state Requirement
Application Information: No separate application required. Complete the admissions process by December 1. Only applicants, who have completed the admissions process by December 1, by having submitted all required documents, will be considered for the Nonresident President's Scholarship.
Contact Information: Financial Aid and Scholarships Office, 801-581-6211
Award: Annual Award: Varies
Terms: Renewable - Renewable - Recipients must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.6 and complete 24 hours of course work (20 of which must be graded) every two semesters. (Recipients awarded prior to 2011/2012 are expected to maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.7 as indicated in their original award letters.) Grades are reviewed after the second, fourth, and sixth semester.
Deadline: Complete admissions process by December 1.
Other Requirements: Merit scholarship consideration will be based on the ACT/SAT test score with which students are admitted. Results from tests taken after the official October test date, initial or retakes, will not be taken into consideration for scholarship eligibility.
Last Updated: 1/16/18