The Regents’ Scholarship encourages Utah high school students to prepare for college academically by taking courses that help them be college-ready, and you can do the same!
The New Century Scholarship encourages Utah high school students to accelerate their education by earning an associate degree in high school from an institution within the Utah System of Higher Education or completing a specific math and science curriculum.
The Utah Promise Scholarship is a statewide scholarship program available to students with financial need in Utah. It is available at all Utah public colleges, universities, and technical colleges. The Utah Promise Scholarship will cover up to tuition and fees for up to two years.
This application is for 2020 high school graduates who intended to apply for the Regents’ Scholarship but opted not to do so because their preferred Utah institution did not qualify.
The Utah Technical College Scholarship is for students enrolled in certain high-demand technical college programs. Scholarship funds can cover the total cost of tuition, program fees, and required textbooks, for up to 12 months following the student’s high school graduation date.
The Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education Professional Student Exchange Program enables students in 11 western states to enroll, and pay reduced tuition, in selected out-of-state professional healthcare programs that are not available at one of their in-state public institutions. Utah participates in the optometry and podiatry programs.
The Higher Education Success Stipend Program is a grant available to undergraduate students with financial need who are studying at a Utah public or private non-profit college, university, or technical college.
The Veterans Tuition Gap Program helps veterans complete a bachelor’s degree. It pays up to tuition, plus fees and books, at Utah public and private non-profit colleges, universities, and technical colleges.
The Talent Retention Incentive is a loan given to students who intend to work in Utah in a qualifying job. The loan amount may be up to the cost of resident tuition, fees, and books for the number of credit hours that student is enrolled in each semester.
The T.H. Bell Education Scholarship Program aims to recruit first-generation students into teaching, encourage outstanding students to work in high-need fields, and recognize teaching as a critically important career in Utah. T.H. Bell Scholarships may cover up to the cost of resident tuition, fees, and books. It also may be received for up to four consecutive years. Recipients must study in an approved education program. It can be used at all public or private institutions in Utah that offer an approved program.