University Of Utah Scholarships 2024

University Of Utah Scholarships 2024

University Of Utah Scholarships 2024 – 2025 for International Students

The University of Utah extends a range of scholarships aimed at aiding students in their academic endeavors. Tailored to acknowledge and celebrate academic excellence, leadership potential, community engagement, and other outstanding attributes demonstrated by students, these scholarships provide vital support. Here’s an overview of some scholarships available at the University of Utah for incoming freshmen:

New Student Scholarships: Begin your academic journey with financial assistance through a variety of scholarships tailored for new students. These scholarships aim to alleviate financial burdens, allowing you to concentrate on your educational pursuits from the outset. Discover the funding opportunities that will kickstart your learning experience.

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Freshman Merit-Based Scholarships

The University of Utah offers merit-based and need-based scholarships to incoming freshman students entering in the summer or fall terms. Need-based scholarships require the timely completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The merit review process is highly competitive and considers cumulative, unweighted high school grade point average (GPA) and the level of rigor of the courses taken as compared to the rigorous courses available at each school.

  • Students with cumulative, unweighted high school GPAs of at least 3.7 stand as strong contenders for merit scholarships.
  • The level of academic rigor is evaluated in the context of each high school’s course offerings and curriculum. Students who pursue the most demanding course schedules available at their high school demonstrate competitiveness for merit scholarships.
  • Course rigor encompasses factors such as the quantity or level of the most challenging courses undertaken and the grades achieved in those courses.
  • All academic details provided by applicants upon completion and submission of their admissions application are thoroughly reviewed and taken into consideration.
  • However, it’s important to note that neither a specific GPA nor course schedule guarantees the receipt of a merit scholarship from the University. The aforementioned details pertain to incoming freshman applicants for the fall 2024 term. Please be aware that policies may undergo alterations at the commencement of future admissions cycles.
  • We strongly encourage students to collaborate closely with their high school counselors in devising their course schedules.
  • High school counselors possess the expertise to advise students on the rigorous courses offered at their high school and can assist in comprehending how to balance their course load for optimal success.
  • The University of Utah refrains from offering advice or guidance to students regarding the selection of specific courses during their high school tenure.

Have you completed the following steps?

  1. Submitted your Common Applicationby December 1
  2. Confirmed with your high school counselor that they have sent your transcripts to the Office of Admissions
  3. Confirmed with the Office of Admissionsthat your transcript was received.
  4. Followed up on any request for additional information you received from the Office of Admissions
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