About This Scholarship

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. A selection committee of no fewer than three individuals will be composed of the Donor, a representative from Non-Traditional Student Services, a representative from Center for Diversity and Inclusion, a representative from Canyon Creek Services, a representative from the Iron County Care. Must have a 2.0 GPA.

Additional Response Required:


Varied Dollars/yr

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.