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Transfer Scholarships

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Complete the Admissions Process - Check out the prospective transfer student checklist


Transfer Admission/ Scholarship Deadlines For 2023/2024

Feb. 1 - Priority Admission Application Date

For Merit Scholarships

Feb. 1 - Financial Aid Priority Date 

For Need-Based Scholarships


Transfer Scholarships 

Available from the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid.

See Below

Campus Scholarships

Available from college, department, major and other special categories.

List of Colleges and Departments

Other Scholarships

Available from outside, private entities with unique application process and deadlines.

See the full list


Transfer Merit Scholarships - Quick Look    

2023-2024 Term and Conditions

2022-2023 Terms and Conditions

2021-2022 Terms and Conditions

2020-2021 Terms and Conditions 


Students who wish to be considered for scholarships based on their ability to contribute to the diversity of the campus should contact the Office of Diversity and Equity, or call 801-581-7569.

Maintaining eligibility requires enrollment for a minimum of 12 credit hours (full-time) each semester, fall and spring.

University of Utah scholarship offers will be mailed within one week of admissions decisions. Scholarships from outside sources may arrive later.

Social Security Numbers

The University of Utah Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid will use Social Security Numbers to verify your identity and match data.  You are not required to provide your Social Security Number when completing your application for admission to the University, however it is a critical data element used in our processes.   Our ability to determine your eligibility for both Financial Aid and Scholarships will be severely restricted if your Social Security number is not provided in the Application for Admission.  Omission of your Social Security Number may eliminate you from consideration for scholarship funding.


Students are required by state law to certify that they are eligible to receive a scholarship as a U.S. citizen or a citizen of another country who is lawfully present in the U.S.  If students do not know whether they are in the U.S. lawfully, they should seek the advice of an immigration attorney before submitting a scholarship application.

Prior to the disbursement of any scholarship, the University of Utah is required by law to verify the recipient's citizenship status or lawful presence in the U.S. with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).  Once the University submits a student's information to DHS for verification, this federal agency may have the legal right to share the information with other government agencies.

Last Updated: 2/28/24