At the University of Utah, we understand the importance of making college affordable. Over 80% of students receive some form of financial aid and we are dedicated to helping you achieve your academic goals with minimal debt. Whatever your academic aspirations, there are a number of university and college funding options available to you.
The primary source of funding for most students comes through the University Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid. However, many of the colleges and programs also offer scholarships and awards, which can provide additional funding options.
- Contact each college directly to learn more about their particular scholarship offerings, as well as specific qualifications and deadlines for applying. Each college deadline differs, so it is important to contact them as soon as possible if you are interested in applying for their awards.
College of business (David eccles)
The David Eccles School of Business awards nearly $7 million in undergraduate scholarships annually. To apply for an undergraduate scholarship, you must be an admitted student to the Eccles School of Business. Click the Scholarship button below to learn more.
College of Education
The College of Education offer scholarships to undergraduate students. Click the Scholarship button below to learn more about the different award options and application deadlines.
College of fine arts
In-state and out-of-state students who are enrolled in the departments of Art & Art History, Film & Media Arts, and Theatre or the Schools of Dance and Music are encouraged to apply for scholarships (auditions or portfolio submission may be required). Contact the academic unit for more information about application requirements. Click the Scholarship button below to learn more.
Honors Students who are active members of the Honors College may apply to several scholarships. Click the button below to review Honors scholarship requirements, criteria, and deadlines.
College of Health
The College of Health offers college and department-level funding opportunities to students who are enrolled in a College of Health major. Letters of recommendation may be required for scholarship applications. Click the Scholarship button below for more information.
College of Humanities
The College of Humanities offers an array of scholarships for its students, including college scholarships for first-generation students. View the different scholarships available by clicking the button below.
College of Mines and Earth Science
Scholarships and financial support are available to qualified undergraduate students, majoring in one of the College of Mines and Earth Sciences departments: Atmospheric Sciences, Geology & Geophysics, Metallurgical Engineering, or Mining Engineering. Learn more about the CMES program scholarships by clicking the button below.
College of Nursing
College of Nursing offers scholarships to those who have been accepted into the program. View the scholarships and requirements for each by clicking the Scholarship button below.
College of Science
A number of scholarships are offered through the College of Science including departmental scholarships for Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Mathematics, and Biology.
Multi-Year Housing Scholarship for American Indian Students
The College of Science is pleased to announce two Multi-Year Housing Scholarships for American Indian students valued at $12,500 per year for up to four years.
College of Social and behavioral science
The College of Social and Behavioral Science provides merit-based and need-based scholarships for students who have a declared CSBS major. (Majors include: Anthropology, Criminology, Economics, Environmental & Sustainability Studies, Geographic Information Sciences, Geography, Health, Society & Policy, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology) Click the button below to learn more.