Salt Lake Community College, Salt Lake City — Full-year tuition waivers (12 to 18 credit hours maximum) for two semesters in an eligible program offered to regional category winners, runners-up and finalists, valued at $2,759. Recipients must enroll in a minimum of nine credit hours (scholarships amount based on tuition for enrolled credit hours). Students are required to pay individual fees. Scholarship may be added to other awards, but not in all cases. Sterling Scholar scholarships are given on a first-come, first-served basis. Scholarships are nonrenewable and limited. Recipients must provide a copy of certificate or newspaper clipping of award.
Snow College, Ephraim — A two-year resident tuition scholarship is offered to a regional winner or runner-up in any Sterling Scholar category. This scholarship cannot be used in conjunction with an academic scholarship. To be eligible for any scholarship, students must submit the application for admissions and scholarships, postmarked on or before the "new" student scholarship deadline. Students seeking this scholarship must provide documentation to the scholarship office showing receipt of the Regional Sterling Scholar award by May 1 of the year awarded. Additional information on all available scholarships is available at www.snow.edu .
Southern Utah University, Cedar City — Two-year $2,500 awards to regional Sterling Scholar category winners and runners-up.
University of Utah, Salt Lake City — Renewable full-tuition waivers to all regional category winners for a total value of approximately $27,700 for a maximum of eight semesters or until the student receives a baccalaureate degree, whichever comes first. Recipients must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.6 and complete 24 hours of coursework every two semesters of academic year, namely fall and spring. For additional information about scholarships at the University of Utah, please go to www.sa.utah.edu/finance.
Utah State University, Logan — In addition to any other scholarship received from USU, regional category winners will receive a $2,000 stipend for two years ($500 per semester for four semesters), regional category runners-up will receive a $1,000 stipend for one year ($500 per semester for two semesters); and finalists in the Wasatch Front Region receive a $500 stipend for one year ($250 per semester for two semesters). USU scholarship requirements can be found at www.usu.edu/scholarships. Students must apply for admissions by Dec. 1 to qualify. Winners and runners-up should contact Kate Gildea at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide a copy of the award.
Utah Valley University, Orem — Any regional winner or regional runner-up is eligible to receive an Exemplary four-year tuition scholarship upon completion of the online scholarship application and meeting the listed requirements including a 3.0 cumulative GPA, along with providing verification of their Sterling Scholar award. To maintain this four-year scholarship, a 3.5 cumulative GPA must be maintained. All high school category winners are eligible for a one-year full-tuition scholarship upon completion of the online scholarship application by the Feb. 1 deadline (waived for Sterling Scholar Awards Program — but you must contact with intent) and the listed requirements including a 3.0 cumulative GPA. Instructions to apply are located at www.uvu.edu/financialaid/scholarships.
Weber State University, Ogden — Regional winners will be awarded one year partial tuition $2,250). Runners-up will receive partial tuition ($1,350). High school category winners may be eligible for partial-tuition scholarships ($1,350). The Scholarship Office must be notified by July to post the Sterling Scholar Award. Students must be admitted and submit an online scholarship application. Instructions to apply are located at www.weber.edu/GetIntoWeber/undergrads/apply_for_scholarships.html. Recipient must be a Utah resident attending full time, and they must maintain a 2.5 GPA. Students may start applying for 2013-2014 scholarships by Sept. 1.
Westminster College, Salt Lake City — Renewable $3,000 scholarship awards to all regional category winners. Renewable $1,500 scholarship awards to all regional category runners-up. These awards will be granted in addition to any of the merit scholarships offered by Westminster (not to exceed full tuition). Students must maintain good academic standing and satisfactory progress to renew the scholarship for up to eight semesters of study or receipt of bachelor's degree (whichever comes first). Full-time enrollment in the fall semester directly following high school graduation is required.
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