Transfer Nonresident Scholarships

Private

Large corporations, small businesses, families, and individuals donate through the Make A Gift program to allow students the chance to qualify for privately funded scholarship awards.

 

Private Scholarships

Large corporations, small businesses, families, and individuals donate through the Make A Gift program to allow students the chance to qualify for privately funded scholarship awards.

Eligibility

  • Each Private scholarship will have different eligibility requirements. These requirements may be viewed in AcademicWorks.
  • Need-Based scholarships require the completion of a FAFSA.
  • Academic scholarships are scored based on your GPA and credit hours completed at UVU.
  • 3.0 GPA Minimum is Required
  • Cannot have a previous Bachelor's degree

How to Apply

  • Complete the general application
  • Select all scholarship opportunities you are interested applying for
  • For need-based, complete the FAFSA.

General Application

Award

Award amounts vary depending on the specific scholarship.

If awarded, the amount can be viewed in your award offer found in AcademicWorks.

Exceptional Performance

Exceptional Performance scholarships are based on talent in specific areas.

 

Exceptional Performance

Exceptional Performance scholarships are based on talent in specific areas.

Deadline: February 1st

Eligibility

Each Exceptional Performance scholarship will have different eligibility requirements.

Auditions, interviews, or tryouts may be required. Contact the department for details. 

How to Apply

  • Complete the general application
  • Select all scholarship opportunities you are interested in applying for.

General Application

Award

Exceptional Performance award amounts vary depending on the specific scholarship.

If awarded, the amount can be viewed in your award offer found in AcademicWorks.

Leadership Programs

These are scholarships that are available to students in the L.E.A.D. Program.

 

Leadership Programs

These are scholarships that are available to students in the L.E.A.D. Program.

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WUE

The Western undergraduate Exchange (WUE) is for students who are residents of specific western states.

 

Western Undergraduate Exchange(WUE)

The Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) is for students who are residents of specific western states. Time spent in Utah, while receiving a WUE, does not count towards establishing residency for tuition purposes.

Fall Deadline: August 1st

Spring Deadline: December 1st

Eligibility

  • Must be a legal resident of one of the following states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, Wyoming, the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands, and Guam
  • Must enroll and earn 15 credit hours each semester
  • Must maintain a 2.0 cumulative GPA
  • Must be enrolled in an eligible WUE degree program. Non-eligible degree programs: Global Aviation, Culinary Arts, Dental Hygiene, Nursing, High School Concurrent Enrollment, Integrated Studies, Personal Interest, and English Language Learning (ELL)
  • Must upload a copy of a valid driver's license from the state of residency when applying

How to Apply

  • Complete the general application
  • Select WUE from the scholarship opportunities list

General Application

Award

Students pays the following:

  • 150% of the resident tuition
  • Student Fees
  • Course Fees

Nonresident Waiver

This is an award that waives the non-resident portion of tuition so that students pay only the resident tuition rates.

 

Non-Resident Waiver

This is an award that waives the non-resident portion of tuition so that students pay only the resident tuition rates.

Deadline: February 1st

How To Apply

Complete the Admissions process about two weeks prior to the deadline.

Eligibility

  • Must have a 3.5 cumulative GPA (the unweighted GPA is used and the GPA is not rounded)
  • Completion of 24 transfer credits (if applying with less than 24 credits then the student will be evaluated based on their High School GPA and ACT/SAT scores).
  • AP credits are not considered
  • Must enroll and earn 12 credit hours each semester
  • Must be a US citizen or eligible non-citizen
  • F-1 Visa International Students are not eligible
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  • Must not be in the Global Aviation, ELL, or any Off Budget degree programs.
  • Cannot have a previous Bachelor's degree.

Award

  • The Non-resident Waiver is only a two semester award, and cannot be renewed.
  • This award cannot be placed on hold.
  • The Non-resident Waiver pays the non-resident portion of tuition up to 18 credit hours.
  • Only offered Fall and Spring and must be used for two consecutive semesters, with the exclusion of Summer.
  • The time spent in Utah, while receiving a Non-resident Waiver, counts towards establishing residency for tuition purposes.