The following information is for students who graduated from high school in 2018 or prior. Please read below for details on award information and how to maintain eligibility for the Regents’ Scholarship. If you have questions, please contact our office directly.
2022-2023 Academic Year Award Information
Based on legislative funding, the award amounts for those attending college during the 2022-2023 college academic year Fall & Spring Semesters (Fall & Winter at BYU/Ensign College) are as follows:
Funding levels beyond Spring Semester 2023 are not guaranteed. Award levels are announced each April for the upcoming academic year and can be found on this website. Award amounts are determined annually and are subject to legislative funding and the total number of qualified participants. Award amounts may be reduced, may vary from year to year, and are dependent on when the recipient is enrolled in college.
Renewal & Payment Request Instructions
Steps for Obtaining Documents
Click on the name of the school you are attending to see step-by-step instructions for obtaining the correct documentation. Note: The instructions were updated as of May 2019. However, campus systems can change without notice; therefore, if you are experiencing difficulty in obtaining the documentation needed please contact us.
Please note: Coursework completed through BYU Independent Study is not accepted.
Leave of Absence Information for the Class of 2018 and Prior
A leave of absence is used to put your Regents’ Scholarship “on hold” and maintain eligibility for the scholarship. Use the leave of absence request form if you have qualified for and received one or more scholarship payments. Refer to the Deferment Information if you will not be enrolling Fall Semester immediately after high school. A leave of absence is generally used when you are:
Leave of absence requests for reasons such as traveling, attending a non-eligible college/university or working to save money will not be approved. Requests for a leave of absence are evaluated on a case-by-case basis, with no guarantee of approval. The scholarship will expire five years from the date of high school graduation; a leave of absence does not extend this expiration.
Students must submit their leave of absence request through the Regents’ Scholarship Student Portal . The online leave of absence form can be found on the Payments/Leave Request tab. With the online form, students must also submit proof of completion from the previous semester attended and supporting documentation related to the leave request. Under each section below, the acceptable supporting documents are listed.
Leave of absence requests are due by the following deadlines:
You are responsible for managing your scholarship even while on a leave of absence. Receiving an approved deferment or leave of absence does not exempt you from meeting requirements and deadlines. Be sure to check your account regularly or have an authorized person do it for you.
It is highly recommended that you mail in the Student Information Release Form to authorize someone else to receive information about your account while you are on deferment. If you will not be able to monitor your scholarship account online, it is STRONGLY recommended that you authorize someone to act on your behalf by obtaining and submitting a copy of a notarized power of attorney.
Required Supporting Document: You must submit a copy of your military orders that state the length of time you will be gone and the date you will report for service.
Required Supporting Document: You must submit a letter from the program on letterhead stating the length of time you will be gone and the service you will be participating in. This letter needs to include details regarding the service you will be providing.
When returning from a leave of absence, you will follow the instructions provided on the Renewal and Payment Request Instructions in order to “re-activate” your scholarship.