The Utah State Board of Regents administers two scholarship programs:  The New Century Scholarship and Regents’ Scholarship.  For specific information and award amounts for each of the scholarships, please refer to the following website:

These scholarships may continue to be refined and altered on an annual basis as result of legislation. Therefore, it is important that you use their website ( as your resource for the most up-to-date information.

The New Century Scholarship encourages students to accelerate their education by earning an Associate’s degree in high school from an institution within the Utah System of Higher Education. The scholarship may be used at a 4-year public college or university within the Utah System of Higher Education, as well as at Brigham Young University-Provo and Westminster College.  The following pdf is a great resource for those interested in the New Century Scholarship.

The Regents’ Scholarship encourages Utah high school students to prepare for college academically and financially by taking a core course of study and saving for college. The scholarship may be used at any public college or university in the Utah System of Higher Education, as well as at Brigham Young University-Provo, LDS Business College, and Westminster College.  The following pdf is a great resource for those interested in the Regents’ Scholarship.

The awards amounts are determined on an annual basis and are subject to legislative funding and the total number of qualified participants. Therefore, award amounts may be reduced, may vary from year to year, and are dependent on when the recipient is enrolled in college. Funding levels beyond Spring of 2013 are
unknown and the award amounts will be determined in April of each year. However, the maximum New Century award and the Regents’ Scholarship Exemplary Academic Achievement award amount that a student may receive is $1250 per semester



  • Be prepared to do the footwork. Be willing to work hard to find scholarships and get better results.
  • Make sure you have taken the ACT at least twice. This can be done in October of your senior year.
  • Make a resume highlighting all your strengths.
  • Narrow your choices to potential colleges/universities. You may attend scholarship info seminars and get a good understanding of how to apply for the academic scholarships at each school. This can be researched through college/ university websites.
  • Check for scholarships with Mr. Jenkins, on our school Facebook page, and on bulletin boards in the school.
  • Avoid scholarships scams. Never pay money for on-line scholarship services and never give out personal information to unknown web sites. There are free searches available. Check with Utahfutures, fast web, and other sites.
  • Get involved in school and community activities and give service. This looks good on a resume.
  • Get letters of recommendation well in advance of scholarship deadlines.
  • Check with for tips on how to win scholarships.






  • Grants: money awarded by the government to an undergraduate student (a college freshman-senior) based on financial need.
  • Grants DO NOT need to be repaid.
  • You must reapply for grants every year.
  • Federal Perkins and Stafford Loans: these are educational loans guaranteed by the government at a very low interest rate. This means that you and your family do not need to use personal credit to qualify. These loans are based on financial need, but most students qualify.
  • Loans must be repaid upon college graduation or less than full-time attendance.
  • You must reapply for loans every year.
  • Subsidized Loans: the government pays the interest on your loan while you are in college. The interest you must pay off will not begin to accumulate until you graduate or are no longer attending college full time. At this time the borrower is responsible for all interest as well as loan amount.
  • Unsubsidized Loans: interest begins to accumulate as soon as loan is finalized; the borrower is responsible for all interest as well as loan amount.
  • Loans must begin being repaid after graduation from college or if a student or if a student drops below full-time enrollment. Repayment occurs through scheduled monthly payments at this time.
  • Amounts can vary anywhere up to $8,500 for subsidized and up to $20,000 for unsubsidized loans. These amounts are available each year.
  • REMEMBER… you are responsible for paying off all loans and their interest whether they are subsidized or unsubsidized.
  • There are many variables involved in determining financial need, so apply even if you don’t think you can qualify; you have nothing to loose.
  • You can apply for grants and government loans through FAFSA (Tree Application for Federal Student Aid) which can be done on-line at




  • Work Study allows you to apply for on-campus and off-campus jobs for which only Work Study approved students can apply.
  • Employers receive government compensation for hiring Work-Study approved students, so this will give you an advantage in finding a job while attending College or the University.
  • Work Study is a government program and can only be granted by applying for financial aid through
  • You must apply for Work Study every school year.




STEP 1:  Get free information and help from your school counselor, the financial aid office at the college or career school you plan to attend, or from the US Dept. of Education.

STEP 2: Get a PIN, personal identification number. This is required to sign your on-line FAFSA application. To do this, go to

STEP 3: Collect documents needed to apply: income tax returns (parents) and w-2 forms (parents and yours). A complete list of required materials is at

STEP 4: Complete a FAFSA between January and June of your senior year in high school. These are state and federal deadline dates, so don’t be late!

STEP 5: FSA will send you a Student Aid Report (SAR) within 4 weeks from the time you completed your on-line application. Review your SAR, and if necessary, make changes or corrections and submit your SAR for reprocessing. Your complete, corrected SAR will contain your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) – the number used to determine your federal student aid eligibility.

STEP 6: If you are selected for verification, your college/university’s financial aid office will ask you to submit tax returns and other documents, as appropriate. Be sure to meet the college/university’s deadlines, or you will not receive federal student aid.

STEP 7: Whether you are selected for verification or not, make sure the financial aid office at the college/university has all the information needed to determine your eligibility.

STEP 8: All students: contact the financial aid office if you have any questions about the aid being offered. First-time applicants: review award letters from schools to compare amounts and types of aid being offered. Decide which school to attend based on combination of (a) how well the school suits your needs and (b) its affordability after all aid is take into account.



  • Demonstrate financial need (determined by FAFSA info you will provide).
  • Be a U.S. Citizen or eligible non-citizen with a valid social security number.
  • Be working toward a degree or certificate in an eligible program.
  • Have a high school diploma or GED Certificate.
  • Registered with the Selective Service, if you are a male between the ages of 18-25.
  • Maintain satisfactory academic progress once in college.


Scholarship Deadline Information Website
Utah Trappers August 1 An essay describing your philosophy of conservation. For more info contact Cassie Kelley at 435-628-4232 or Website
*Texting and Driving Awareness Scholarship August 2 Visit and help us spread awareness by sharing astonishing facts about texting and driving with 5 friends. No minimum GPA and no essay required. Website
*Puppy Mills Petition Scholarship July 26 The USDA is now considering changing this by including more animals, especially those sold online, under the protection of the Animal Welfare Act (AWA). If the rule passes, it will help hundreds of thousands of animals around the country live better lives. Website
*Heart Health Education Scholarship August 16 Head to your local drug store and get your dad’s blood pressure tested and you’ll be automatically entered to win this $4,000 scholarship. Website
*Animal Photography Scholarship August 23 Visit an animal shelter to take pictures of their pets. Upload each photo to the Pics for Pets gallery to be entered to win a $4,000 scholarship. Website
Sussle Scholarship Monthly Deadlines Sussle lets you discover new things about your interests by collecting the best content from people with the same interests. Please help by contributing your knowledge, and in return, we offer an easy scholarship. Website
*Send a Text, Help a Woman Scholarship September 13 Over 1 billion people live on less than $1.25 a day, and 70% of them are women. is offering an easy way to support a woman in a developing country – and enter for a $2000 scholarship in about a minute Website
Ogden-Weber Tech College Deadlines vary monthly Foundation, Need-Based, Practical Nursing, Achievement Based, Minority Scholarships available. Website
*Zions Pays for A’s October, November, February, March Drawings 7th-12th graders who earn A’s on their report card. Website
*Atlas Shrugged Essay Contest Scholarship September 17 Write an essay between 800-1600 words regarding a selected topic online about Atlas Shrugged. Website
*Shout it Out Scholarship September 30 Submit a short online essay response to prompt. Website
Questbridge College Match September 27 Full 4-yr scholarships to the nation’s best colleges & universities for talented students. Website
*Siemens Competition Scholarship September 30 Team or individual science project with research report. Website
Horatio Alger October 25 Senior who demonstrates financial need, displays integrity and perseverance in the face of adversity, 2.0 minimum GPA Website
Junior Miss Scholarship Program October For senior girls. Competitions include scholastic achievement, judges interview, creative and performing arts, physical fitness and self-expression. Website
SOMOS October 1 Must be of Hispanic/Latino descent; Utah resident; demonstrated leadership in strengthening diversity; essay; two letters of
Utah Hispanic Business Leadership Foundation October 1 Applicant must be enrolled in high school and be a resident of Utah and of Hispanic/Latino descent. Applicant must have demonstrated leadership in school, community and/or other service organizations that promote, enhance or strengthen diversity.  Applicant must also demonstrate financial need and have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above. Website
Wendy’s High School Heisman October 2 Any senior student athlete who works hard, is dedicated, and has become a role model for your school’s underclassmen. Website
*Young Arts Program – NFAA October 18 Excellence in visual and performing arts. Website
CIA Undergraduate Scholar Program October 15 Age 18 by May 1 of senior year. ACT of 21+, and GPA of3.0 or higher. Interested in a government job. Website
AES Engineering October 4 Senior, essay required. Website
Hispanic Heritage Youth Awards October 15 A rising high school senior of Hispanic descent. Website
US Senate Youth Program Portfolio Due: October 18 MMHS nominates two student body officers to participate in the state competition and potentially the Senate Youth Program in Washington D.C. sometime in March. Website
PSAT-National Merit Qualifying Test Test Date: October 19 Test takes place 3rd week in October. It is for sophomores and juniors. Must be a junior to qualify for the NMSQT. Top scoring students in the state will become semi-finalists (as juniors) and be considered for scholarships. Website


Global Lift Equipment Scholarship October 25 Attend college in fall after senior year, submit a short story, 2.5+ GPA. Website
Make a Difference Day October 26 On a Saturday in October you can act alone or enlist friends, family, and co -workers. Website
Coca-Cola Scholars October 31 Senior with leadership, commitment to community, academic achievement, employment. Website
Zombie Apocalypse Scholarship October 31 Submit an online short written response (250 words or less) for the question:

“Imagine that your high school/college has been overrun with Zombies. Your math professor, the cafeteria ladies and even your best friend have all joined the walking dead. Use your brain to flesh out a plan to avoid the Zombies, including where you would hide and the top 5 things you would bring with you to stay alive. ”


Voice of Democracy November 1 Grades 9-12th essay contest. Theme “Is there pride in serving in our military” Website
Prudential Spirit of Community Awards November 5 9-12th graders involved in volunteer activity. Website
Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge November 22 Juniors interested in attending Spirit of America Youth Conference at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. Website
HOBY November 22 Outstanding sophomore to represent MMHS. A youth leadership training conference. Opportunity to receive a scholarship. Website

Application Form

Daniels Fund November 15 Selection process is based on financial need…..the ability for family to pay college expenses. Website
Sterling Scholar Awards November Academics, Leadership, Community Service Website
Comcast Leaders & Achievers November Minimum GPA of 2.8. Leadership in school and community. You need to return applications to Counseling Center, and a committee will nominate one senior applicant for the scholarship. Website
Application Form
USU College of Natural Resources November 8 Seniors interested in  Wildland Resources (forestry, rangeland resources, and wildlife science)
Environment and Society (sustainability, interactions between humans and the environment)
Watershed Sciences (those hoping to pursue careers in fisheries and river systems)
Nestle Very Best in Youth November 13-18 year olds who demonstrate good citizenship, a strong academic record and involved in community. Website
Martin Luther King November 20 Grades 7-12 either video or essay contest. Visit website for this year’s theme. Website
American Harlequin Dance Scholarship Monthly For students interested in pursuing dance and have a talent for dancing. Website
Ron Brown Scholar Program November 1 African-American students who excel academically, show leadership potential and are involved in community. Website
First Freedom Student Competition November 18 National essay and video contest for 9th-12th graders.  For topic visit website. Website
Komen Foundation November Have lost a parent or guardian to breast cancer or are a breast cancer survivor. Website
Intel Science Talent Search November 13 Seniors who want to participate in a science research competition. Website
Team America Rocketry Challenge November 30 May enter with a team of 3-10 members. For grades 7-12. Must build rocket that can carry a raw egg. Website
Women in Healthcare Scholarships Various Scholarships Females interested in the healthcare field. Website
Stokes Educational Scholarship Program November 15 For high school seniors planning on majoring in computer science or computer/electrical majors. Website
*Education Matters November 30 Submit an online short written response to a particular question. Website
The National Society of the Colonial Dames of America November 28 Essay contest Website
Youth Volunteer Scholarship Award November 29 Completed 50 hours of volunteer work in last two years, GPA of 3.5 or greater in last two years. Website
Violet Richardson Award December 1 Honoring young women between the ages of 14-17 for making the community and the world a better place. Website 
Elks National Foundation Most Valuable Student Scholarship December 6 Senior who will be judged on scholarship, leadership, and financial need. 4-Year scholarships. Website
Lynn Jensen Memorial – Utah School Counselor December 19 Senior planning on becoming a school counselor or public education teacher. Website
USU Academic
December 2 Students applying to USU who qualify for Presidential, Scholar, Merit/Achievement Scholarships.  Website
Southern Utah University December 1 Various Scholarships Website
University of Utah December 1 Academic Scholarships Website
The Violet Richardson Award December 1 This award recognizes young women between the ages of 14 and 17 who make the community and world a better place through volunteer efforts. Website
Civil Rights Defense Fund December 1 An essay contest based on an issue of the Civil Rights Defense. Website
ROTC Scholarships Deadlines vary depending on division of military. College scholarships for high school students interested in military ROTC programs. Website
Air Force ROTC Nursing & Various Scholarships December 1 Senior, GPA, ACT, medical exam, and interview with Air Force officer. Website
Stop Hunger Scholarships – Sodexho Foundation December 5 Grades 9-12th. Committed to make a difference in the fight against hunger. Website
NFIB Young Entrepreneur Award December 18 Need to start own business and be involved in organizations like DECA or FBLA. Website
Hispanic Scholarship Fund Deadlines Vary Must be US citizen of Hispanic background with need. GPA 3.0 Website
“We the Students” Scholarship Contest December 6 An essay Website
Music Student Scholarship December 31 Grades 9-12. 250 word essay Website
Dr. Pepper Deadlines Vary 18 years or older. Enter contest. Website
Top Ten List Scholarship December 31 Submit an online short written response (250 words or less) “Create a list of ten favorite booksand what they have taught you” Website
Good Deeds Scholarship December 31 Must be a senior, submit an essay. Website
Apprentice Ecologist Initiative December 31 Conduct your own environmental stewardship project. Website
Birthday Scholarship December 31 Get a Cappex profile. Submit an essay Website
#1 Cappex Fan Scholarship December 31 Get a Cappex profile. Submit an essay. Website
The Anne Ford and Allegra Ford Scholarship December 31 Articulates her/his learning disability and clearly demonstrates the importance of self-advocacy. Website
Hubbard’s Illustrators of the Future and Writers of the Future December 31/Quarterly Deadlines Science fiction and fantasy artists and writers. Website
Foot Locker Scholarship December  19 Must be currently involved in school sports, intramural sports or community sports and have a GPA of 3.0+ Website
National Eagle Scout Scholarship December 31 Senior who has received Eagle Scout Award. Website
Odenza Marketing Group Volunteer Scholarship December 30 Between ages of 16 and 22. GPA of 2.5 or higher. Contributed 50 hours of volunteer service within community in last 12 months. Website
The Gen and Kelly  Tanabe Scholarship December 31 Scholarship named for Gen and Kelly Tanabe, best-selling authors on education. Essay for 9th-12th graders. Website
Herff Jones Believe in You Scholarship January 24 Essay application required. MMHS will nominate one senior student for this scholarship. Application
Fire’s Freedom in Academia Essay Contest January 1 Essay on a topic regarding individual rights on America’s university and college campuses. Website
Young Network Professionals Scholarship January 11 This award honors seniors who have demonstrated high-tech experience and leadership abilities in their schools and communities. Website
ACLU Student Activist Scholarship January 13 Senior who has demonstrated a strong committment to civil liberties through some form of activism. Must have a 3.0-4.0 GPA. Website
Society of American Engineers January Three $1800 scholarships to Utah High School Seniors who register for college in an accredited engineering or architecture program. Application
National Wild Turkey Federation Scholarship January 1 Participate in hunting, school, community service. Website
Elks Association Vocational Grant January 17 This two year vocational grant is to be used for enrollment of the student in a vocational/technical school. Grant will be judged on motivation, need, skills, and grades. Website
Elks Association Handicapped Student Scholarship January 17 This award is given to a handicapped high school senior seeking further education. Recipients of the award must have some physical handicap which has been deemed sufficient to impede or restrict normal progress. Website
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Scholarship January Senior, must be African-American male/female, essay response. Application
UAEOP Judy Anderson Student Scholarship January 31 This scholarship is designed to assist business education students who wish to continue their education and pursue office related careers. Application
UAIII Scholarships (Athletic Administrators Association) January 31 Must have participated in at least two sports for at least two years in each sport. Earned one varsity letter in each of two sports. Application


WSU Academic Scholarships January 13 Academic scholarships at Weber State University. Website
U of U – Chicano Scholarship January 31 Must be a Utah resident for 5 years. For students who promote cultural pride. Website
U of U – Political Science Scholarship January 24 Entering freshmen. Website
Ronald McDonald House Charities January 21 Based on need, merit,  community involvement, and 1st generation college. Website
Hispanic College Fund Various awards and deadlines Must be US citizen of Hispanic background with need. Several awards. Website
GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship January 9 Students who demonstrate exemplary leadership, drive, integrity, and citizenship. Website
Dell Scholars Program January 15 Minimum of 2.4 GPA, demonstrate financial need, must participate in college readiness program. Website
Create-A-Greeting Card Contest January 15 Submit card design. Website
National Multiple Sclerosis Society January 15 For high school students with MS or who have parents with MS. Website
Burger King Scholars January 10 Seniors Website
Women in Mathematics Essay Contest Request Deadline: January 10
Submission Deadline: January 31
Essay will be based on interview with woman working in the mathematical field. Website
John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Essay January 6 1000 word original essay. For students in 9 – 12th grade. Website
Gates Millenium Scholars January 15 For Hispanic, American Indian, Asian Pacific Islander or African American w/GPA 3.3 Website
“Oh the Places You’ll Go” Essay Contest Not offered this year Particular essay prompt based on the book. Website
The Washington Crossing Foundation Scholarship January 15 Senior who is planning on a career in government service. Website
Utah Assoc Of Educ. Office Professionals January 31 Applicant must intend to continue his/her education in an office related business program. Website
Truman D. Picard Scholarship January 17 Be of Native American/Alaskan ethnicity. Website
Narratives of Bravery & Hope January What makes you diverse? What challenges have you faced because of your diversity? Tell your story in writing or in a video. Details online. Website
Art Institutes Poster Design Competition January 31 Let the theme “You Can Create Tomorrow” inspire your poster design. Website
Regents Scholarship February 3 This scholarship encourages Utah high school students to prepare for college academically and financially by taking a rigorous course of study and saving for college. Website
Utah CTE Scholarship Program February Seniors who plan on getting career and technical education after high school. Website
Willy the Plumber Scholarship Fund February This award was created to further the education of students whose parents have been or are currently incarcerated. Application
Equality Leadership Fund February This scholarship is made to further the education or training of students who have demonstrated leadership in the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ) movement. Application
USU Eastern Scholarships February 1 Various Scholarships Website
BYU – Financial Aid Scholarships February 1 Multiple aid and scholarship options. Website
BYU-Thomas S. Monson Presidential Scholarship February 1 Senior, ACT, GPA Website
BYU George Hansen Fellowship in Geological Sciences February 15 For incoming freshman who enroll as geology, environmental geology, earth and space science education, or engineering geology majors. Website
U of U – Dept of Art History February 1 Art portfolio review. 1 year scholarships. Website
U of U – Descendents Of Disabled Miners February 1 Two 4-year scholarships are available. Website
U of U – Freshman Merit Scholarships February 1 National Merit Finalists. Minimum $500 per year. Website
U of U Science and Math Scholarship February 1 Plan on majoring in math or science. Website
U of U Business Scholarship February 1 Senior attending U of U, majoring in Business, with 3.0. Website
U of U Thatcher Company Scholarship February 15 Plan on majoring in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering. Website
U of U Undergraduate Scholarships February 17 Various scholarships offered to undergraduate students. Make sure you check them out and see if you qualify Website
U of U – Larry H and Gail Miller February 17 For ethnically diverse students with community service. Full ride + $300/mo Website
UVU – Financial Aid Scholarships First Priority: February 1 Multiple aid and scholarship options. Website
UVU Wolverine Ambassador February 1 3.0 GPA, Significant contribution to school and communities through involvement, leadership and service. Apps. in Counseling Center
UVU – School of Technology February 1 Multiple scholarship opportunities in various areas of interest. Website
UVU Housing Scholarship February 1 For students who have shown initiative and creativity with the resources they have been given. Admitted to UVU, 3.0+ GPA, ACT composite 20. Website
UVU Honors Program
February 15
Awarded scholarships are re-evaluated every semester. Website
USU Ambassador February 1 For students interested in a leadership role at USU. Application
Westminster – Exemplary Achievement February 1 For students who have achieved excellence in any activity/endeavor. Website
Marist College Technology Scholarships February 1 Academically talented students who wish to major in Computer Science or Information Technology and Systems. Website
AXA Foundation February 1 Students with ambition and drive, who have determination to set and reach goals, respect for self, family and community, ability to succeed in school. Website
National Academy of T.V Arts Sciences February Senior who plan on majoring in television, telecommunications or similar field. Website
Passion for Fashion February Senior interested in studying fashion. Website
National Peace Essay Contest February The National Peace Essay Contest topic is Gender, War and Peacebuilding. Students will answer the question “What does it mean to have a gendered approach to war and peace issues?” Website
ESA Foundation Scholarships February Awards range and there are several available to look through. Website
Davidson Fellows Scholarship February Anyone under 18 who has completed a significant piece of work in math, science, literature, music, technology, philosophy & outside the box. Website
American Physical Society Minority Scholarships February For African-American, Hispanic, or Native American students who are majoring in Physics. Website
Co-Op Scholarship Program February 14 Must apply and be admitted to one of their 8 NCCE partner Colleges, have a 3.5 or better GPA. Website
Al Neuharth Free Spirit Scholarship February Senior who is interested in journalism and has a free spirit. Website
Women’s Italian American Civic League February Senior, of recent Italian ancestry. Website
KFC Colonel’s Scholars Program February Must attend in-state college. For those w/entrepreneurial drive and financial need. Website
Courageous Persuaders Scholarship February Make commercial for middle school students to warning of the dangers of underage drinking. Website
AFA Teens for Alzheimer’s Awareness February Impact Alzheimer’s has on own life, and those of community. Website
Best Buy Scholarship February Senior, based on community service and academic achievement. Website
National Peace Essay Contest February Grades 9-12. Write essay on international peace and conflict resolution. Website
American Meterological Society February Seniors interested in atmospheric and related sciences. Website
American Kennel Club February Essay on experience and interest in purebred dogs. Website
National FFA Organization February  See FFA Instructor Mrs. Liddiard Website
Vegetarian Resource Group February High school students who have promoted vegetarianism in their schools and/or communities. Website
AXA Achievement February Senior students who set and reach ambitious goals, demonstrate drive, determination and ability to succeed in college and who have respect for self, family, and community. Website
Jesse Brown Scholarship February Volunteered for 100 hours at VA hospital previous year. Website
The Gar Memorial Foundation February Seniors with parents who have worked or are working in the financial industry. Website
Build-a-Bear Workshop: Huggable Heroes February Ages 8-18 who go to extraordinary lengths to make life better for others. Website
American Cancer Society Survivor Scholarship February Seniors who are cancer survivors. Website
Scholarship for Military Children February Available to umarried children (under age 23) of military personnel. Website
DAR Scholarships Deadlines vary Various scholarships in Political Science, History, Government, Nursing, Education, Medical Website
Buick Achievers Scholarship Program February Senior majoring in Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, Business Administration, Finance, Marketing, or Design, and are interested in a career in the automotive or related industries. Website
Foundation for the Preservation of Honey Bees 4-H Beekeeping Essay Contest February Open to current 4-H members. Essay required. Website
National Football Foundation Scholarship Awards March 1 Selected student athletes are among the finest senior high school young men in Utah Website 
Women Tech Council Scholarship March Senior girl pursuing a degree related to Math, Science, Engineering or Information Technology. Evidence of involvement or participation in STEM activities. Application
Keys to Success-Utah Valley University Scholarship-$2,000 March High school senior who has been awarded a Keys to Success Key Card. Seniors must qualify for minimum requirements of UVU.  Application
Keys to Success-Paul Mitchell-$1,000 March Senior student interested in attending Paul Mitchell Cosmetology school. Must have participated in the Keys to Success program. Application
Keys to Success-UTA/Salt Lake Community College-$1,000 March High school seniors who have been awarded a Keys to Success card. Seniors must qualify for minimum requirements of Salt Lake Community College.  Application
Keys to Success-Bill J. Pope Synthetic Engineers-$1,000 March High school seniors who have been awarded a Keys to Success card and have a minimum GPA of 3.0. Show an interest in education or career in science, engineering or manufacturing engineering or math. Application
Greatness Beyond Wrestling Scholarship March Honors an MMHS wrestler who hs not only shown greatness on the wrestling mat, but greatness in all areas of his life including: Service to community; academic achievements; involvement in church and community; etc. Application
Women in Leadership Conference Scholarship March For senior girls who attend the conference in March. They will give a certain amount of scholarships the day of the conference. Website
Sons of Utah Pioneers March Demonstrate great Pioneer values of: Faith in God, Devotion to Family, Loyalty to Church and Country, Hard Work, Service to Others, Courage, Personal Integrity, Determination to Succeed. Website


Central Utah Science & Engineering Fair March Must compete at Nebo Science Fair in order to participate in the Central Utah Science Fair. Multiple scholarships awarded to students with exceptional science or engineering projects. Website
Susan Coda Memorial Scholarship March For students who demonstrate leadership ability, extra-curricular activities, involved in community affairs, GPA 3.5+ Application
Young Humanitarian Award – Youth LINC March Senior who excels in their efforts to give back to their community. Website
Navy ROTC Spring Valued up to $180,000. Check out the website for information. Website
Governor Honors Academy March Junior with a 3.5+GPA, academics, etc. Website
Teenager of the Year-Elks National Foundation March $50 cash awards for character, leadership, service, citizenship and scholastic. Application
T.H. Bell Teaching Incentive March Pursuing a teaching degree in the state of Utah. Website
Jiffy Lube-Teen Driver Scholarship March For 16 – 18 year olds who are in Driver’s Ed or have a license. Website
Jump Start Scholarship March Senior who successfully completed financial literacy or is currently enrolled. Website
Freedom Festival Speech Contest March Students from 9th-12th grade are invited to participate in the speech contest by creating an original speech, memorizing it and then videotaping their presentation. Website
U of U Dept. of Theater March 1 Departmental scholarship in theater. Must have 3.5+ GPA to qualify. Website
Snow College March 1-Priority Deadline 3 levels of merit tuition waivers available. Website
USU Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics March 15 Seniors who plan on pursuing a degree in mathematics or statistics and are attending Utah State University. Website
U of U – ACCESS-Women in Science Mathematics March 1 Includes opportunity to work in a U of U research lab during freshman year. Website
U of U Tanner Human Rights Scholarship March 15 Essay: What concrete, practical steps can individuals, especially young people, schools, and other institutions, take to reduce the frequency of cyber-bullying and the harm it causes? Attending the U of U in fall Website
Engineering Scholarships through the U of U March 15 Scholarships for incoming freshmen majoring in Engineering (and other related fields). Website
Dixie State College March 1 Various scholarships Website
Salt Lake Community College March 1 Various Scholarships Website
Westminster – Exemplary Achievement Priority: March 1 For students who have achieved excellence in any activity/endeavor. Website
The Alexander Hamilton Award March 5 A junior student who is college bound, has a strong record of community service, and a strong committment to their academic studies. Website
Healthy Lifestyles March For senior student. Need to answer 2 essay questions Website
Visine Students with Vision
March 1
For seniors who have demonstrated a clear vision for their future, 2.8 Gpa Website
The Spirit of Ann Frank Scholarship March 1 Recommended for applicants to have read The Diary of a Young Girl. Personal essay, and two letters of recommendation. Website
Religious Liberty Essay Scholarship Contest March 1 The contest is open to all high school juniors and seniors. Website
North American Indian Department Scholarship March 1 Available to students of American Indian descent, must provide a Tribal Registration number. Website
Kohls Cares March 15 Nominate a young volunteer between ages 6-18 who has made a difference in your community. Website
Allstate Foundation Keep the Drive High School Journalism Award March 1 Available to students 13-18. Essay response on teen driving. Website
Engineer Girl Essay Contest March 1 Available to boys and girls in 9th-12th. Essay contest. Website
National Art Honor Society Scholarship March Six slides of six different original pieces of artwork that represent your ability and creativity. Website
Society of Exploration Geophysicists Scholarship March 1 Senior student who plans on pursuing a college degree directed toward a career in applied geophysics or a closely related field, such as geosciences, physics, geology, or earth and environmental sciences. Website
NSPE Scholarship March 1 Awarded annually to a senior from an ethnic minority who has been accepted into an ABET-accredited engineering program. Website
Do Something Awards March Do something that changes the world. Website
Walmart Associate Scholarship March 1 Senior, actively employed or the dependent of an actively employed associate with Wal-Mart Stores. Must have at least a 2.5 GPA, financial need. Website
American Chemical Society Scholars March 1 For senior Hispanic, African-American and American Indians. Website
American Museum of Natural History – Young Naturalist Awards March 1 For 7-12th graders who plan a scientific expedition. Website
Leading the Future II Scholarship March 1 Essay, application, extra-curricular activities, etc. Website
Women’s Western Golf Scholarship March 1 For women. Based on academics, financial need, character and involvement in golf. Website
SAMMY Got Milk USA Today March Senior athlete. Website
Ayn Rand Contest – Anthem March For 8-10th graders. Website
UCCU March Answer essay questions on what it means to be money smart. Website
Jack Kent Cooke Foundation March 7th graders who are high achieving. Website
American Welding Society District Scholarship March Must be enrolled in a welding-related educational or training program. Website
Ashley Marie Easterbrook Scholarship March Must have a GPA between 3.5- 3.74. Essay about drinking & driving required. Website
Life Lessons Scholarship Program March Video or essay on how loss of a parent has impacted your life. Website
Casey Family Scholars Scholarship March Have been in foster care or adopted after their 16th birthday. Website
PFLAG-HATCH Youth Scholarship Program
March 31
Senior who is lesbian, gay, bisexual, or trans gender. Website
Career Exploring Scholarships March 31 Seniors seeking a career in criminal law, law enforcement, aviation, and fire safety. Website
American Institute of Achitecture March High school senior entering a bachelor or master’s degree in architecture. Website
Janice M. Scott Memorial Scholarship Fund March 31 Awarded in honor of Mrs. Janice Marie Scott who was a victim of the terrorist attacks on September 11th. Seniors who have a 2.5 GPA or higher, and demonstrated leadership abilities through community service, extra-curricular or other activities. Application
Young American Patriotic Art Award March 31 Available to 9th-12th graders. Must submit a work of patriotic art on paper or canvas. Website
QuestBridge College Prep Program March 27 College counseling scholarships based on need, merit, diversity and  hardship. Website
Foundation Scholarships: Next 14
Jack Leifson Citizen Scholarship April For a senior student with superior academic grades, is of strong character, and has given significant volunteer service outside the school. 3.5 minimum GPA, exemplifies good citizenship, volunteer civic involvement, expemplary personal character. Application 
Nursing Scholarship April Senior student interested in education and career in the nursing field. Application
Springville Chamber of Commerce April Senior students from Mapleton or Springville who have been employed or are currently employed. Application 
*Live wElle Scholarship April In memory of Elle. A scholarship to provide hope for a local senior seeking further education and who has displayed toughness, resiliency, determination, love and genuine care for others. Application
*Pacific Horizon Credit Union Scholarship April Senior Student Application
Greatness Beyond Baseball Scholarship April Honors an MMHS baseball player who has not only shown greatness on the baseball field, but greatness in all areas of his life including: service to community, academic achievements, involvement in church and community, etc. Application
*Spanish Fork Rotary and Spanish Fork Chamber of Commerce Pro-Am Classic Golf Scholarship April Senior with goals of higher education and career goal. Application
*Karen Anderson April In honor of  Karen Anderson who was a devoted teacher. Scholarship is for a student who is interested in teaching or other service-oriented career. Application
*Grant and Genevieve Gardner April Senior, majoring in education. Application
*The Edward Earl Collins Legacy April Personal essay, 2 letters of recommendation. Application
Brandon Curtis Memorial April In memory of Brandon Curtis. Scholarship is for senior athletic student who has received 2 letters in sports, has a 3.3+ and strong character. Application
Elmo C. Keck Scholarship April Membership in choir during high school. Love for music. Application
Nebo Title VII Inidan Education Scholarship May A Native American, senior student with at least a 2.5 GPA. Application
U of U Tanner Human Rights Center April Essay regarding why differences in religions lead to such problems, etc. Website
UAIIA April  

Minimum GPA of 3.0, involved in extra-curricular activities in school, community, church or work.

Utah Society of Professional Engineers April Senior interested in majoring in engineering. Website
African-American Leadership Award April Seniors who have demonstrated leadership both in their high schools and their communities. Website
USU – Conway Elaine Sonne April Must submit a letter of interest, achievements, leadership roles service Website
Paul R. Ball Memorial Scholarship April Applicants or family members must be members of Mountain America Credit Union. Website
Nebo Education Association Scholarship April For senior who has a parent that’s a member of the Nebo Education Association Application
American Beauty Academy April Student interested in attending the American Beauty Academy. $1,000 Application
Evans Hairstyling College Two scholarships for $2,000 available in Counseling Center. More information available on their website. Website
Boys State April An opportunity to receive Political Science credit and potentially receive a scholarship by attending Boys State on Weber State University campus. Website
Utah Sports Hall of Fame April Senior girl and boy with academic merit, personal character, leadership and service, financial need, involvement in athletics. Website


Navy ROTC Spring Up to $180,000 scholarship available. Check website for information. Website
Mountain View Hospital Volunteer Auxiliary April Senior, going into the health care field. Application
Olene S. Walker Transition to Adult Living Scholarship April Youth who were in the Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS) foster care after age 14 or adopted after age 16, may be elibible. Website
Jiffy Lube-“Your Turn Behind the Wheel” April For 15-17 teen drivers who write a 500 word essay on “Your Turn Behind the Wheel” Website
*Alliance For Unity April Good citizenship, and promotion of values of unity, civility, and respect for others. Website
Marinello Schools of Beauty April Senior planning on attending Marinello. Website
Diamond Fork Riding Club Heritage Scholarship April Students must have participated in a DFRC sponsored event, active in community service, extracurricular activities, senior with a suggested 3.0 or higher. Essay required. Application
Utah Cattle Women April You, or parent member of Utah Cattlemen or Cattle Women Association.  Website
Visionary Scholarship Program April 1 9th-12th Graders. Essay Required Website

Use “Invitation Code” to apply M6970

Peter Pasula Study Habits Scholarship April 1 Attend college in fall. Essay Question Website
Asian Pacific Islander Organization April For US citizens who are Asian American or Pacific Islanders. Website
Sussle Scholarship Monthly Deadlines Sussle lets you discover new things about your interests by collecting the best content from people with the same interests. Please help by contributing your knowledge, and in return, we offer an easy scholarship. Website
Shopko Teammate and Family Scholarship April Part or full time Shopko associate, or dependent of associate. Website
CPCU/Loman Foundation Scholarship April Based on extracurricular activities, community service need. Website
CHS Foundation
For Seniors majoring in agriculture. Website
Knowledge Matters Virtual Business April Juniors and Seniors that show excellence in business and marketing courses and accomplishment in the use of technologies within these subjects. Website
Artist’s Magazine Competition April Competition in different art categories. Website
Negative Population Growth Scholarship Contest (Video or essay contest) April For high school seniors. Essay about population control. Website
UHEAA-Utah High School Film Festival April Film contest in various areas.  Website
Men’s Italian American Civic League April Senior, of recent Italian ancestry Website
American Fire Sprinkler Association April  Seniors-$20,000 (10 given), Requirements-read and essay then take a 10 question quiz. Website
Catching the Dream Award April Must be at least 1/4 Native-American with financial need. Website
Signet Classics Essay Scholarship April 11-12th Graders. Essay on 1 of 4 topics. Website
Ayn Rand Contest – Fountainhead April For 11th 12th graders. Essay contest. Website
Distinguished Young Woman Scholarship April Former junior miss competition. Now a state and national competition. Website
“Don’t Be a Sucker” Scholarships April How you can show you save energy within your school. Website
ASHA Youth Scholarship April Available to students who are involved with saddlebred horses, grades 11-12. Website
Go Green in 1 Minute Scholarship April Recycling scholarship Website
Money on My Mind April Host a 30-minute financial workshop with your friends. Website
The Craziest Thing to Save Money Scholarship April Submit a story about the craziest thing you did to save money. Website
Spanish Fork Running Club May A student who exemplifies determination and perseverance. A student who has overcome some physical difficulty in order to complete their education through high school. Application
Nebo Title VII Inidan Education Scholarship May A Native American, senior student with at least a 2.5 GPA. Application
State Farm Service Learning Grant May For students 17-20 youth who want to play a leading rolein improving public K-12 education through service-learning and creating sustainable change in local communities. Applicants may request from $25,000-100,000 based on proposal of outlined budget plan. Website
Spanish Fork Kiwanis Club May Based on financial need, community service, and academic achievement. Must reside in Spanish Fork. Application
PTSA-“Master of the Wing” May Seniors who are or parents are a member of the MMHS PTSA. GPA 3.25+, Good citizenship, etc. Application
Equality Leadership Fund Scholarship May For senior students who have shown leadership regarding rights and recognition for LGBTQ people. Application
*Nebo Credit Union May Senior who is a member or becomes a member of Nebo Credit Union.  Application
Maple Leaf Dentistry Scholarship May 30 Senior attending college in fall. 100 hours of volunteer work over the last two years. GPA 3.0 or higher. Website
Alliance For Unity May These scholarships will go to worthy graduating seniors in Utah high schools who otherwise would be unable to obtain a post-secondary education. Application
UCB Family Epilepsy May A student living with epilepsy, or living with someone with epilepsy Website
MG James Ursano Scholarship Fund May Dependent children of Soldiers on federal active duty, retired, or deceased while in active or retired status. Website
Advancing Hispanic Excellence in Technology May Minimum 3.0 GPA required. Multiple awards available. Website
AEMP Scholarship May For students who want careers as heavy equipment technicians. Website
P. Doug Laughlin Family Scholarship May A first-time freshman who is part of the first generation in his/her immediate family* to attend college. Website
B. Davis Scholarship May Available to all high school junior and seniors. Website
“We the Living” Essay Contest May Must write essay between 700-1500 words. Website
US Bank Internet Scholarship May Online application for random selection. Website
Freedom Alliance Scholarship Fund June This scholarship honors the sons and daughters of our military heroes. Website
World Environment Day Contest April, May, June Deadliines Share your environmental efforts on and submit an environmental project or activity being taken to conserve resources and protect our environment. Website
Automotive Hall of Fame Scholarship
Have a sincere interest in an automotive career and have been accepted at an accredited college or university. Website
National Sculpture Scholarship
Brief biography and explanation of the student’s background in sculpture. 8-10 images of work. Website
Abbott and Fenner Business Consultants
Available to junior and senior high school students. Website
BigSun Scholarship
June 20
For seniors who are athlete students. Website
Prostart With a Purpose Scholarship July Proof of participation in Pro-Start, essay required. Website
International Air Hospitality July Academy is located in Vancouver, Washington. Must be nominated. Website
Joe Foss Independence Day Contest July Essay with minimum of 1500 words. Check website for specific topic. Website
West Point Bridge Design Contest Contest starts in January Grades 9-12. Download software to design bridge w/simulated load test. Website
Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation Application online mid-February Must have Marine-Corp parent. Website
EAA Aviation Scholarships Ongoing Various awards for students majoring in aviation. Must be members of EAA. Website
Utah Junior Miss Ongoing 10th -12th Grades. Service, Talent, Scholastic Interview. Website
 Army ROTC  Ongoing  Senior, GPA, ACT, extracurricular activities.  Website
 Dept. of the Navy  Ongoing  Senior  Website
 Hubbard’s Writers  Quarterly  Grades 9-12. Entries must be own original work.  Website
Hubbard’s Illustrators  Quarterly
New Century Scholarship September For Utah students who earn an associate’s degree while attending high school. Website
Creative Communication Essay   Recognize a student writer. Website
BYU-IDAHO – Heber J Grant Scholarship   For disadvantaged students with need who are not LDS. Website Varies Fill out an online questionnaire to be entered into a drawing. Website
Hispanic Heritage Youth Awards   Hispanic Heritage Website
College Prowler – Wachovia Monthly Online submission of any original essay of 1000 words or less. Website
Air Force ROTC Scholarship N/A   Website
Army ROTC Scholarship N/A Must be 17 Website
Centennial Scholarship for Early Grads N/A Partial tuition waivers for students who plan to attend a college in Utah. Website
Congressional Awards N/A Multi-year program with 6 levels of awards. Must be 13 1/2 to begin. Website
Global Citizens Awards N/A 6-18 month program to gain awareness of the world around you. Website N/A Online submission of poem. Website
Symantec Software Scholarship N/A Project using programming. Website
TESORO Gallons For Grades N/A Earn $2 in gas for each A and $1 in gas for each B for each grading period. Website
Western Undergraduate Exchange NA Can attend a participating outside of Utah for a reduced tuition rate. Website
America’s Junior Miss Scholarship Varies Based on scholastic, talent, fitness, interview self-expression. Website
DECA Foundation Scholarships Varies Numerous scholarships provided by corporate sponsors. Website
FCCLA Scholarships Varies For FCCLA members who major in Family Consumer Sciences at a Utah college. Website
FFA Scholarships Varies Multiple agriculture-related awards for FFA non-FFA members. Website
Rocky Mountain Gas Association Varies Scholarships for students interested in heating/ventilation/air cond/refrigeration. Website
SLCC – Multiple Scholarships Varies Salt Lake Community College. Numerous awards tuition waivers. Website
Tall Club International Varies For Women 5′ 10+ and Men 6′ 2+. Must be sponsored by a TCI Member Club. Website
Youth For Understanding Varies For students who want to study abroad. Website
Construction Scholarships Varies For students interested in construction. Website
Dr. George A. Stevens Founder’s Award Varies Grades 9-12. Genuine interest in learning. College preparation classes in high school. Website
Migrant Farmworker Scholarship
Numerous Scholarships Website
Asian American Journalist Association