Awarded to students with a minimum GPA of 3.0 (3.5 for Freshman) who demonstrate an interest in hotel operations, home furnishings industry, business management, marketing or finance. Preference will be given to students from Iron County.
Awarded to married junior or senior students (3.0 GPA) in the College of Business that intend on going to graduate school. Student must have attended a public high school located in Cedar City or the State of Nevada.
Awarded to an outstanding student with financial need. The student must be pursuing a major in the humanities, should be involved in a leadership capacity with an early-stage startup company, or taking a course with an ENTR prefix.
Awarded to outstanding students from the School of Business from Iron County. In the event that an outstanding student from Iron County is not found, the student may be selected from Kane or Beaver County.
Awarded to students engaged in the ROTC program. Preference will be given to those with financial need and in good academic standing with the University. In the event a qualified student is not found in the ROTC program, the scholarship may support the Hotel, Resort and Hospitality Management program in the School of Business.
Set up to preserve the memory and accomplishments of Dr. Densie Woodbury who was a business professor at SUU. This scholarship will award three advanced business students annually, a junior, a senior and a graduate student. Each recipient is to read the Dr. Denise Woodbury Bio to preserve her memory. The award shall not exceed tuition; students must be full-time, be in good academic standing with minimum GPA of 3.0 and must qualify for financial aid. First preference to active SIFE club members, if none, then students should be acive in organizations designed to promote leadership, innovation and responsibility in business.
Awarded to student enrolled in a School of Business major; other school majors can be considered if no School of Business Major is qualified. Student must have an average GPA of 3.0 or higher. Student must demonstrate financial need based on FAFSA submitted to SUU’s financial aid office
Will award $500 per semester to one student with financial need that has been recommended by Business Faculty who is enrolled as a full-time Junior or Senior majoring in Finance, who has indicated on their scholarship application that they are interested in pursuing a career in Financial Services. They must be in good academic standing and making a contribution to the campus demonstrating leadership through their involvement in campus clubs or organizations, business organizations, student government, athletics, campus committees, etc.
Awarded to a student in the School of Business who may have financial need. Must be either a transfer student or a freshman who has a declared major in the School of Business. If the scholarship is used for a transfer student, then preference shall be given to any student transferring from Snow College. If the scholarship is used for a freshman, then preference shall be given to any student who attended Emery or Payson High Schools, or whose parents attended one of those schools. Minimum GPA 3.0. Must have demonstrated service through community, school or religious activities.
Awarded to full-time students what have been accepted into the School of Business Masters of Accountancy program in good standing, have a GPA of 3.5 or above, and have graduated from a high school within Iron or Washington County, or from Virgin Valley, Moapa Valley, Pahranagat Valley or Lincoln County high schools (Nevada).
Funded by Loren's children Lance L. Whetten and Linda W. Wilson and their families. The purpose is to provide a scholarship to a deserving student in the School of Business, showing promise in Accounting.
The purpose for this scholarship is to award a deserving students in the College of Business. The recipient will be selected by the Department of Business. The criteria for the award is scholarship and need. The student must have and maintain at least a 3.0 GPA.
Awarded to outstanding undergraduate student(s) majoring in Accounting who may have financial need. Students must have graduated from one of the following Southern Utah high schools. Canyon View, Cedar, Parowan, Enterprise. Minimum GPA of 3.0 is required.
Awarded to students enrolled in the Dixie L. Leavitt School of Business. Students must be employed, preferably on SUU campus. Students must be on their sophomore, junior or senior year and have a minimum GPA of 3.0.
Is awarded to deserving students from the Department of Education. Students must have a 3.5 GPA, be accepted into the College of Education which means completion of ED 202, have a letter of recommendation from both an Education Professor & a Professor in their major, involvement in the community and University activities and financial need.
Will be awarded to students in the College of Education. Preferences will be given to those with financial need, who are in good academic standing with a GPA of 3.0 or higher, junior and senior students from the Bay Area of Northern California, Hawaiian Islands, New Mexico, Texas, New York or the Southern Utah area, as well as students who have grown up as foster children.
Awarded to a student from Utah or Las Vegas NV that is a first year student enrolled in, or intent on enrolling in the Elementary Education program. If the student returns the following year they will be selected to receive this scholarship subsequent years up to four years.
Will be awarded to any outstanding students in the College of Education who is obtaining a teaching degree that has displayed a sincere desire to learn and who would possibly not otherwise have the opportunity. The students should display an original approach to teaching and life and have a desire to better the education system through their attitude and service to their profession.
will award to students in College of Education with financial need. First preference to students that graduated from a Milford or Beaver high school. Second preference to transfer students from a Utah junior college.
Will award students from the College of Education. Preference will be given to those with financial need to a junior or senior whose goal is to become a school teacher. Preference should be given to a student from Garfield County.
Will be awarded to promising students evidencing a strong interest in a career in education. Students must maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher and have declared a major in Teacher Education. Preference will be given to persons with high character and a commitment to and record of service.
will be awarded to senior students with a desirable GPA who are enrolled in elementary education block classes in the College of Education to assist with expenses associated with the practicum experience.
Will award outstanding students in the Department of Teacher Education who have the purpose of completing degree requirements and certification in elementary or secondary education leading to a teaching position in an accredited elementary or secondary institution, and a minimum of two years teaching in that position. Candidate must first be recommended to the President of the University.
Awarded to a deserving full-time student in the Walter Maxwell Gibson College of Science and Engineering. This scholarship will be awarded to a Junior or Senior majoring in Engineering. The student must have at least a 2.5 GPA, be dedicated and show good critical thinking skills.
Students with a third-party loan, close to completion of the flight program as determined by the Executive Director or Deputy Executive Director of Aviation. Students must apply during their Comm I lab (for Fixed wing) and Instrum/Comm A lab (for Rotor wing). The award will be made for loans related to the Comm II lab(FW) or Instrum/Comm B(RW). Students must have an SUU cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. The scholarship applies only to interest payments, up to $7,000, for the student’s private loan in one academic year. Students must provide Private Lender information and a copy of their loan agreement and have completed FAFSA for the current year.
Scholarship recipients are chosen by the SUU Aviation Scholarship Review Committee. They will notify all applicants of their status via email. Scholarships will be paid directly to the student's SUU account and applied to the appropriate semester charges.
Awards scholarships in the College of Science & Engineering in the Department of Engineering Technology & Constructions Management. Students must be a Construction Management major with a minimum GPA of 3.5. Preference will be given to students demonstrating financial need.
Scholarship for support of SUU Aviation students. Criteria students have successfully completed the Private Certification lab, received their Private Pilot license and be enrolled in either the Instrument or Commercial labs. SUU cumulative GPA is 3.0 or higher. Scholarship applies only to a student's unmet financial need.
Awarded to a non-traditional junior or senior student, with financial need who is not receiving full PELL Grant or other funding. The student should be from a rural area in Southern Utah, with first preference going to a student from the Utah District 28, the area Dennis served in as a Utah Senator. This includes all of Millard, Garfied, Kane, Iron and Beaver counties and Eastern Washington County. The scholarship awards $1,500 annually, as funds allow, to a student majoring in Integrated Engineering in the College of Science & Engineering.
Funded in honor of the service of E. Lyman Munford. This scholarship is awarded to outstanding student showing promise and commitment to graduation in Design Technology, CAD-CAM Engineering or Technology Education.
Established by colleagues and family of Professor Hardy in memory of his dedication to students in the field of technology. This scholarship is awarded to outstanding students in the Information Technology Department.
The scholarship is to award outstanding junior or senior students pursuing a bachelor's degree in any of the Mathematics disciplines in the College of Engineering and Computational Sciences. The award is to recognize academic excellence.
Is awarded to students from the Iron County School District, or Valley High, or Kanab High in the Kane County School District. To students that have declared their major in the department of Engineering & Technology, Math, or CSIS. Must be a junior or a senior, with a 3.2 GPA
Awarded to an outstanding student in Construction Technology with a minimum GPA of 3.0 who demonstrates financial need. Awarded students must attend the January Home Builders Banquet, two General Membership Luncheons and two Board Meetings.
Awarded to a deserving full-time student majoring in Engineering, with a minimum GPA of 2.5. The recipient must be dedicated to the Engineering program and will be selected after showing their ability to create a successful project with her engineering skills. Students must be involved with women's groups or clubs.
Awarded to outstanding students in Science, Engineering or a technical field, who may have a financial need. Preference will be given to junior or senior students with a minimum 3.0 GPA who are making substantial progress toward graduation.
Awarded to students enrolled in the Mechanical Engineering program, or having a major impact on the program. Students may have financial need. Awards to be selected by the Department Chair of Engineering Dr. Scott Munro.
Awarded to a graduate from Olympus or Cedar City High School. They must demonstrate aptitude in the field of Math/Physics, be a declared Math/Physics major, and have a desire to teach Math/Physics in the public school system.
The scholarship is awarded to students that have declared a major in Aviation, have Completed 60 credits toward a Bachelor of Aviation degree and have Financial need (based on FAFSA application submitted to the Financial Aid office). Minimum GPA of 3.0 is required.
Awarded to one outstanding student, who has a 3.0 GPA, in the College of Engineering & Computational Sciences who has financial need. Student must be in junior or senior year and read a brief history of Theron & Lucretia Ashcroft's teaching and service at SUU and in the Cedar City community.
Awarded to formerly incarcerated students that have completed Hustle 2.0 Certificate in Management and Leadership. Student must have completed high school or an equivalent, have fewer than 120 credits, maintain above 3.0 GPA, and must make progress towards degree completion.
The student must be a nontraditional student and maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Must be seeking a Bachelor's degree and must be enrolled in a class with the ENTR prefix or a course required for an
entrepreneurship certificate or minor. Must maintain a 3.0 GPA
Awarded to students majoring in Outdoor Recreation who are aspiring to succeed as entrepreneurs. Must have financial need. Must be enrolled in a class with the ENTR prefix or a course required for an entrepreneurship certificate or minor. Must have a 3.0 GPA.
Awarded to students who complete one class in Entrepreneurship each year, or agree to earn the SUU Certificate in Entrepreneurship. Students must have a GPA above 2.5 and have demonstrated financial need based on FAFSA application.
Awards shall be made available to two students each year over a period of three years. Recipients must be US citizens, own an operating business, previously owned a business, or express a desire for a business venture. The award is not to be made on basis of GPA or need as much as entrepreneurial aptitude. Minimum GPA of 3.0 is required
Awarded to 2.5 GPA students in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. Applicants must complete a 2-3 paragraph essay indicating why they decided to become a nurse, and what area of nursing most interests them. Students must demonstrate financial need by completing a FAFSA. Students must not be receiving full tuition aid.
Awarded to a student with a declared major of Pre-Veterinary Science or Agriculture & Nutrition Science who has an interest in conservation. The student must be an undergrad student with good academic standing from the Southern Utah Region (Beaver County, Garfield County, Iron County, Kane County, Piute County, San Juan County, Washington County, Wayne County).
is awarded to students in the College of Science and Engineering, Department of Agriculture and Nutrition focusing on a BIS in Natural Resources. Preference will be given to juniors or seniors with a minimum 2.75 GPA who demonstrate financial need. Awards will be given to multiple students, but no more that 4 each year. The minimum award will be $500 per student per year.
Will award deserving junior and senior students majoring in the Department of Physical Education who maintain a GPA of at least 3.0. Students must also demonstrate a positive attitude, be a good citizen of community, participate in University and community activities, and actively demonstrate qualities of a physically educated person as defined by NASPE.
Awarded to students majoring or minoring in Outdoor Recreations, Parks and Tourism with financial need as determined by filing FAFSA with the financial aid office. Preference given to students involved with East Zion Adventures and/or Zion Ponderosa. Minimum GPA of 2.0 is required.
Awards a $1,000 scholarship, or two $500 awards annually to outstanding students in good academic standing who have been accepted into the Nursing Progam. Applicants must write a letter describing the reasons they have chosen the nursing profession. The donors will assist in the selection of the recipient.
The purpose of this scholarship is to award (an) outstanding student(s) in the College of Science & Engineering who is a Non-Traditional student in their second year in the Department of Nursing. Minimum GPA of 3.7 is required.
Awarded to an Agriculture student demonstrating financial need from South Sevier High School in Monroe, UT. If not available, an Agriculture student demonstrating financial need from any geographic location.
Awarded to outstanding junior or senior students in the College of Science and Engineering who are studying Agriculture or Ag Business with a minimum GPA of 3.2 who may have financial need. Preference is given to students with a GPA of at least 3.7.
is awarded to outstanding students from Department of Communication majoring in communications. Student from Southern Utah counties Iron, Garfield, Kane, Washington, Beaver. Applicants to write a 500 word essay on the significance of community education to the culture of Southern Utah, submit a cover and resume to SIEL. email@example.com. Must be a 3.25 GPA student on junior or senior year.
To students intent on participating in the SUU Psychology Short-term Study Abroad Program in the academic year the scholarship is awarded. Student must meet the minimum criteria for the study abroad programs outlined by the SUU Office of Learning Abroad.
Awarded to Juniors or Seniors in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences majoring in Sociology or Psychology that may have financial need based on FAFSA. Students must have GPA between 3.0 and 3.5.
Awards junior or senior students in the College of Humanities and Social Science, Department of Sociology. Students must be a United States citizen, have financial need, and maintain a minimum GPA of 2.75.
Student must have an emphasis in Media Studies and demonstrate the greatest desire, aptitude
and ability to practice journalism
Student agrees to follow the professional standards and principles adhered to by the KSL News
Minimum GPA: 3.0
The purpose of this scholarship is to award (an) outstanding student(s) in the College of Humanities & Social Science majoring in History with financial need. Student must be a sophomore, junior or senior and have a 3.5 GPA.
is awarded to sophomore, junior or senior students enrolled in department of Psychology and have taken coursework, planning future study or a career in the field of Industrial/Organizational Psychology, or Environmental Psychology. If funds are used for research student must write a research report.
Awarded to students enrolled in the Clinical Doctorate of Psychology program who demonstrate financial need based on FAFSA submitted to the financial aid office. Students must have experience living or working in diverse environments or have membership or involvement with cultural clubs, Native American Tribes, or cultural groups.
Will be awarded to junior or senior students from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, majoring in History or Literature. Preference will be given to caregivers of children, in a single-income household, not claimed as a dependent.
Awarded to students in the Masters of Public Administration program with financial need. Students to fill out additional scholarship application in the MPA department identifying learning experience and career goals. Scholarship to be awarded in advance of events or programs related to experiential learning. Student must have a 3.5 GPA.
awarded to (an) outstanding international student(s) in the College of Humanities & Social Sciences that must be involved in student activities, clubs, or student government. Must have a 3.0 GPA and be a sophomore, junior or senior year student.
Is awarded to outstanding sophomore, junior or senior students from the Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice who are majoring in Political Science and/or Criminal Justice, maintain a GPA of 3.25 or higher, and show an unmet financial need as an obstacle to continuing their education.
Must be an outstanding junior or senior majoring in psychology to apply. The Psychology Dept will reach out to applicants for details regarding relevant work and/or volunteer experience, research experience, leadership experience, and financial need.
Is awarded to sophomore, junior or senior graduate student from the College of Humanities and Social Science, majoring in History. Students must demonstrate financial need and have a minimum GPA of 2.8.
Will be awarded to outstanding students with a profound interest in government or conservation, or a student who has returned from at least an 18-month service mission or an 18-month proselytizing mission.
Funded by Garrett Vice in memory of Dr. Carl Frederick Lohrengel II. This scholarship is awarded to outstanding sophomore, junior or senior students in the Walter Maxwell Gibson college of Science and Engineering Geology program who demonstrate financial need and have a minimum GPA of 3.0.
Funded by family and friends of Dr. Prestwich to honor him for his service to the University and the community. Scholarships are awarded to outstanding students in the College of Science Pre-Medical program.
Funded to honor Dr. Farnsworth and his service to SUU and the community. This scholarship is awarded to an outstanding student from the College of Science Pre-Medical program who demonstrates financial need.
Student must live in Great Basin area, have financial need and be taking, or intending to take, Astronomy and/or physics classes. Have strong interest in STEM career. Student must be a freshman or sophomore, with a 3.0 GPA
Awarded to junior or senior students from the College of Science in the field of Biology maintaining at least a 3.0 GPA and planning to pursue careers in research or medicine demonstrating financial need.
Awarded to outstanding student(s) majoring in music with a piano, composition or
theory emphasis. Student(s) majoring in piano have first priority. The student should exhibit reliability, determination, high proficiency, and financial need.
Is awarded to junior or senior students majoring in Theatre who have not previously graduated or hold a degree in any other discipline. Preference will be given to caregivers of children, in a single-income household, students must not be claimed as a dependent. Students must be involved with women's groups or clubs.
Is awarded to Music majors in the College of Performing & Visual Arts with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Recipients will also be granted a Leavitt Housing Scholarship. The housing scholarship will cover 75% of rent and the recipient will be responsible for the other 25%.
Awarded to 3.0 GPA students who must be receiving services at the Disability Resource Center. Student must write a letter about their interest in our Aviation program/becoming a pilot and submit the letter to the director of the Disability Center. Preference given to students with financial need based on application submitted to Financial Aid office.
is awarded to any full-time SUU student who is actively involved in the Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, or Transgender community (LGBTQIA+). The student must have a GPA of 2.75, provide two letters of recommendation and submit an essay to the Allies on Campus group.
Awarded to students who meet the requirements of the Sons of the Utah Pioneers scholarship. Students who have received the SUP scholarship will apply by using the MySUU scholarship portal and will confirm with financial aid the receipt of the SUP scholarship. Students must abstain from alcohol, coffee, and tobacco use.
Will be awarded to outstanding students who are highly involved with the Michael O. Leavitt Center for Politics and Public Service and maintain a 3.0 GPA. Preference will be given to persons with high character and a commitment to and record of service.
Must Fill out Lions Club Scholarship Application with Essay on service provided to the Lions Club. Student must be active member of the Lions Club. A rep. from Cedar City Lions Club to assist with selection. Awarded to freshman, sophomore, junior or senior students with a 2.0 GPA.
Awarded to a deserving student in the College of Science. The scholarship will be awarded to a senior student at Parowan High School via a competition at Parowan High School. The criteria may include: Best essay of Science Studies, Report of Science Research, Competitive Science Project, Excellence in Science Academics or Most likely to continue in Science Studies.
Awarded to a student involved in the Michael O. Leavitt Center for Politics who may have financial need that has completed or will complete a political advocacy internship. Must be on junior or senior year and have a minimum GPA of 3.0.
Awarded to students who are either a non-traditional student (above the age of 25), come from a rural area or Students have experience living or working in diverse environments, or have membership or involvement with cultural clubs, Native American Tribes, or cultural groups.
Awarded to an undergraduate, non-traditional student as defined by the Non-Traditional Student Services office. Financial need based on an application submitted to the SUU financial aid office. Minimum GPA of 2.5 is required.
Provides for a students unmet need up to full tuition, fee's, books, room and board for 4 years if all criteria continue to be met. Students must complete additional form for consideration. Minimum GPA of 3.0. Awarded to freshman or sophomore students.
Will be awarded to students who last attended high school 7 years or more ago who are entering their Sophomore, Junior or Senior year in the fall and can demonstrate scholarship or professional commitment, leadership or community service, and financial need. Minimum GPA of 3.0 is required.
Is awarded to students graduating from Piute High School who demonstrates financial need, verbally coveys how higher education will improve their value of life, and demonstrates a strong desire to attend college.
Awarded to an outstanding student actively engaged in campus activities and public service in high school, in their community, or with the Leavitt Center. The student is to have demonstrated academic diligence. The student must remain in high academic standing with the University and demonstrate financial need.
Must be a student with financial need, and member of any federally recognized Native American tribe. Will need to give 16 hours of community service that CDI will monitor. Must have a 3.0 GPA and be in sophomore, junior or senior year.
Student must be enrolled for the semester that childcare funds are requested. Student must first apply for CCAMPIS funding.
Preference for child care taking place at SUU's Sorenson Legacy Foundation Center for Hope. Preference is given to students with financial need.
Applicants must demonstrate financial need and be an undergraduate entering their junior or senior year. Applicants should have a GPA between 2.8-3.4 and must submit 2-4 sentences reflecting on how they show independence, have a positive work ethic, and how they help others.
Is awarded to caregivers of children, in a single-income household, not claimed as a dependent qualified to receive financial aid through SUU Financial Aid office. Must maintain a minimum of 9 credit hours and have a 2.5 GPA.
Will be awarded to students who are from a Utah county south of Juab County and who are the child of a single parent. Students must abstain from all alcohol and coffee beverages, abstain from tabaco use, and engage in regular service projects.
Will be awarded to students who are a member of the SUU Rodeo Club, can demonstrate financial need, are in good standing with the university, and whose personal values align with the Lions Club in that they are community minded.
The scholarship is to award outstanding students who are from Iron County, Utah, and have the desire to stay in Iron County after completing their studies and have financial needs. Scholarships apply to students pursuing a bachelor’s degree, associate’s degree, and/or a certificate. Recipients are to be a resident of Iron County, Utah that will complete all questionnaires/essays requested by the Donor.
preference is given to students expressing a financial need. Minimum GPA of 2.0.
awarded to students enrolled in 10 credit hours with financial need. Must be considered homeless or experienced homelessness,a survivor of domestic violence, or aged out of foster care. Must have a 2.0 GPA.
Awarded to outstanding students who are either cancer survivors or caregivers of children, in a single-income household, not claimed as a dependent who may have financial need. Must provide proof of being a cancer survivor or caregivers of children in a single-income household, and submit FASFA though the Financial Aid Office.
Awarded to (an) outstanding student(s) that is a non-traditional student and a caregiver of children, in a single-income household, not claimed as a dependent who may have financial need. Minimum GPA of 3.0 is required.
Is awarded to deserving students in the Music Department or the Department of Engineering, in alternating years. This award is to help pay tuition for Music majors or the books and lab fees for an Engineering student.
Will award students from rural communities within the six regions served by PacificCorp (Utah, California, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, and Wyoming) who maintain a 3.0 GPA and demonstrate financial need.
Will be awarded to caregivers of children, in a single-income household, not claimed as a dependent, who demonstrate financial need, has at least one child living at home and has a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Will be awarded to outstanding students that are economically, physically and mentally disadvantaged, and who have proven record of academic achievement of at least 2.5 GPA. When selecting grantees, the scholarship committee shall place importance in granting those scholarships to those students who, without economic assistance through these scholarships, would have a difficult time attending an institution of higher education.
Awarded to students who show a sincere desire to obtain a college education- as evidenced by them earning an amount equal to at least the first one-half of the tuition and fees required for their college education.
Is awarded to caregivers of children, in a single-income household, not claimed as a dependent with at least one child living at home. Student must be in good academic standing. Preference given to students with financial need based on application submitted to Financial Aid office. Minimum GPA of 2.5 is required. Student must be a freshman, sophomore, junior or senior.
Awarded to a junior or senior undergraduate student enrolled full time. The student shall be a caregiver of children, in a single-income household, not claimed as a dependent, or a child of a single-income household caregiver that have demonstrated financial need. Minimum GPA of 3.0 is required.
SUU Staff Association Scholarships are awarded each year to deserving SUU students who are nominated by Staff Association members (non-faculty) of Southern Utah University. Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Is awarded to outstanding students to assist in travel costs incurred from the SUU Rural Health Scholars Program. Preference will be given to students who have volunteer experience of 12 months or more, or have in interest in midwifery or rural nursing.
Recipients must be actively involved in extra-curricular service and leadership activities at SUU, which typically include but are not limited to roles under the purview of the Student Involvement and Leadership Office (STIL). (ie Student Government, Presidential Ambassadors, Service and Learning, Resident Housing Association, Greek organizations, SUUSA recognized Clubs and Club teams, etc.).
Will be awarded to outstanding students enrolled in the University with a GPA of 3.0 or higher, are participants in intercollegiate athletics or the supporting area, who represent high standards of achievement in academics and other contributions to the campus in general, and conducts themselves in a manner that brings credit to the institution and demonstrates leadership qualities.
Awarded to students from Beaver and Iron County that have financial need. Students must have graduated from a Beaver or Iron County high school. Students must be a major of Science, Music, or Political Science. Minimum GPA of 3.0 is required.
Awarded to a student who has a parent or guardian that is incarcerated for two years or more, or the parent has done 3 or more years in the past 7 years. Student must prove parent/guardian incarceration. Student must provide an essay detailing their family situation and deliver it to the SUU financial aid office before being selected. Student must be from Utah. Preference to students with 3.0 GPA or higher. 2.0 allowed.
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