- Must be a Utah Resident, paying Utah Resident Tuition
- Must be working toward an Associates’ or Bachelors’ degree
- Must be enrolled as full-time undergraduate at UT (maximum of 150 credit hours earned, no prior Bachelors Degrees)
- Must have an overall cumulative GPA of 3.30 (including all UT & all transfer grades)
- Must have completed a minimum of 30 Credit hours (15 of which must be from Utah Tech)
- Must have intent to graduate from Utah Tech University
2024-2025 application is open
May 01, 2024 Application Submission Deadline
Any applications received after this date will not be considered. Awards and notifications will be sent out in June each year.
Any applications received after this date will not be considered.
Awards and notifications will be sent out in June each year.
Awards are determined based on the number of applicants and availability of funds.
If awarded, a student will need to be enrolled full time (12+ credits) each semester to receive funds.
Applicants with a 3.30 to 3.499 cumulative GPA may receive a $1,500 scholarship
Applicants with a 3.50 to 3.749 cumulative GPA may receive a $2,400 scholarship
Applicants with a 3.75 or above cumulative GPA may receive a $3,400 scholarship
Who Should Apply
1 Year Current Student Scholarships are intended for students who were not academically eligible upon admission, or who missed scholarship deadlines. Now, after completing 30 credit hours of higher education credits (15 of which must be earned at Utah Tech) they would like to be re-considered for academic scholarships.
About the Scholarships
1 Year Current Student Scholarships are awarded for one year and are based on availability of funds. Some of the funding is state-sponsored; however, many of these scholarships are funded through generous donations from our alumni, individuals, families, memorials, community members, businesses, and numerous organizations that support Utah Tech.
Students May Re-apply Each Year
1 Year Current Student Scholarships require students to be full-time at 12 credit hours per semester (15 credits preferred). GPA’s must remain above 3.30 in order to be eligible to apply for the next academic year.
Earned Credit Hour Limitations
A Student who has completed 150 credit hours, may be approved for one final year of scholarship, however, documentation from an academic advisor is required and is based on availability of funds. These students are put on a secondary list and only considered once all priority students have been awarded. Students with more than 180 earned credits or a Bachelors’ Degree are not eligible for scholarship consideration.
Reduced Credit Hour Requirements
Students who have no other classes to take prior to graduation can submit a Request for Part-time Scholarship Status for their scholarship. They must submit the form to the Scholarship Office prior to the start of school.