About This Scholarship

Donor Biography

Carl Frederick Lohrengel II, Dr. Fred, had a passion for education, learning and service. He received his Masters Degree from Missouri University and his PhD in Paleontology/Geology from BYU. He taught at Southern Utah University for 29 years and also directed the Geology Field Camp. Dr. Fred was a dedicated educator to all, working every day to make the world a better place, especially for rock lovers. Linda Susan Lohrengel taught for the Utah School for the Blind and Deaf. She was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and began serving on the Disability Action Committee to help make Cedar City more ADA accessible. Linda also was involved with the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Quilt Guild for many years. It's a wonderful Life was the motto Linda lived by.

Scholarship Criteria

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.


Natural Sciences




Varied Dollars/yr


  • Opening: November 1
  • Final: March 1

If you any questions about your financial aid or need help applying for a scholarship you can contact the Financial Aid Office at finaid@suu.edu or call (435) 586-7735.