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Private Scholarship List

1985 Champions 

  • Scholarships for recruitment of quality football players.

A. Clyde Blauer Science Scholarship Fund

  • This scholarship fund is established to provide annual scholarship support for Snow College students majoring in the Sciences. The students receiving the award must uphold a 2.0 minimum grade point average to maintain the scholarship support. 

A. l. Tippetts Helping Hands

  • Short-term loans to help students overcome immediate financial hurdles. The loan period would be for one quarter and no longer than six months.

Afton M. Hansen Endowment

  • Students majoring in the Health or Biological Science areas.

Alta Wintch Christensen Endowment

  • Students from Manti or Richfield.

Alumni Scholarship

  • Selected by Alumni Board.

Alvah H. & Myrtle Kirkham Fitzgerald Endowment

  • Students majoring in the Humanities.

Ambassador Leadership Endowment

  • Students who are active participants in the Ambassador/Host program sponsored by the High School Relations Office at Snow College.

Angus & Jenny Belliston Endowment

  • Funding is available to students with financial need who exemplify loyalty to country and personal integrity. Recipients must not be in trouble with the law or use drugs or alcohol. Preference is given to those who have interrupted their education for extended volunteer service and those who have overcome handicaps of health, disabilities, and severe social or economic difficulty.

Ardell C. & Maurice Nielsen Endowment

  • Music Scholarships.

Armont Willardsen Family Scholarship Fund

  • Scholarships for students with talent in music. Students must be music majors in piano or strings.

Art & Norma Robinson Endowment

  • Students from Salina, Aurora, or Redmond. If there are none, funds may be used for General Scholarships.

Barclay Mechanical Engineering Scholarship

  • This Scholarship fund is established to provide a one-year scholarship award for a Snow College student majoring in Mechanical or Structural Engineering, Construction Management or related fields. One student will be chosen for the scholarship each year. The student receiving the award must uphold a 3.2 minimum grade point average to maintain scholarship support. Scholarship candidates must apply through the Snow College Scholarship Office. Award recipients are recommended by Barclay Mechanical.

Barney Trucking Scholarship

  • Fund is established to provide scholarship support for the children of employees of Barney Trucking Company attending Snow College.  This scholarship is open to the children of employees who have been employed at Barney Trucking for at least 2 consecutive years. Students must maintain a minimum of a "B" average in all classes to retain scholarship support.  Scholarship retention is also contingent upon a parent's continued employment status with Barney Trucking.

Bemate Bomboma Endowment

  • International students, with preference given to graduates from College Chaminade in Kara-Togo.

Bingham/Covin Endowment Scholarship

  • Students majoring in Mathematics or Engineering. If none, majors in other branches of physical science are eligible for consideration.

Bruce & LaRue Jennings Endowment

  • Two annual scholarships for sophomore students residing in Sanpete County with a demonstrated financial need.

Burgess L. Frandsen & Elizabeth Anderson Frandsen Endowment

  • Students who major in Education and will teach elementary school.

Burkino Faso Scholarship

  • This scholarship fund is established to provide support for Snow College students from the country of Burkina Faso. The students receiving the award must uphold a 2.0 minimum grade point average to receive scholarship support. 

Cadee Hansen Hiatt Endowment

  • An Ascension Choir member chosen by the choral music faculty who is a second or third year student with vocal talent.

Canute Peterson Endowment

  • Students with character, financial need, academic ability, and leadership.

CentraCom Scholarship

 

Central Valley Medical Center Endowment

  • Students from Juab and Sanpete counties interested in health care careers. Students must have a B average GPA or higher.

Clair & Carolyn Wyatt Endowment

  • Scholarships, with preference given to students in the Engineering field of study.

Clair & Norma Rosenburg Endowment

  • General Scholarships.

Class of 1934 Scholarship Endowment

  • General Scholarships, but not to be monopolized in any one area.

Claudia Olsen Student Success Center Scholarship

  • This scholarship fund is established to honor Claudia Olsen by providing general scholarship support for Snow College students in need. Students must participate in the TRIO Program: Student Support Services, with preference given to those also participating in the Polynesian Club. The students receiving the award must maintain a 2.5 minimum grade point average to maintain scholarship support. 

Conrad Frischknecht Investment Training Series

  • Equipment, materials, media, instructors, financial advisors, subscriptions, travel (for off-campus training) advertisement, etc. Training to be coordinated by the Snow College Business Department.

Coombs Family Alumni Allied Healthcare Scholarship

  • Fund is established to provide support for books and supplies for Snow College Allied Health students pursuing a major in Medical Technology or Respiratory Therapy.  Students must maintain a minimum of a "B" average in all classes to retain scholarship support. 

Courage to Dream Scholarship

  • General scholarships.

CTE-Allied Health Other

 

CTE-Allied Health Scholarships 

 

CUCF Endowment

  • Scholarships for employees (past or present) or dependents of employees of CUCF. All interest earnings will be pro-rated and distributed among eligible recipients. A scholarship committee at CUCF will recommend scholarship recipients.

Dan & Darlene Jerman Endowment

  • Building Construction student scholarships.

Daniel G. Witt Scholarship 

  • This fund is established to honor the memory of Daniel G. Witt by providing financial support for Snow College students with financial need. Students receiving the award must maintain a 2.5 minimum grade point average and be a graduate of Manti High School. 

Daniel Willard & Christene Nielsen Anderson Endowment

  • General Scholarships

Daniels Fund Scholarship

  • Provides five (or more depending on the year) $1,000 scholarships for Snow College students on the Ephraim campus. Must be 25 or older. Must be pursuing a two-year or four-year degree. Continuing students must have a 2.6 GPA or higher to apply. Scholarship funds may be awarded only to students who are legal residents of Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, or Wyoming.

David E. & Verla A. Sorensen Endowment

  • Nursing Scholarships for students at the Richfield campus.

Dean C. & Afton M. Christensen Endowment

  • Performing vocalists.

Dean C. & Afton M. Christensen Family Endowment

  • Students who are academically qualified and who have a need.

Dee & Chelta Anderson Endowment (Business)

  • Students in need.

Dee & Chelta Anderson Endowment (Needy)

  • Students in need.

Dees Incorporated

  • This fund was created to support general student scholarships. 

Derral & Barbara C. Christensen Endowment

  • General Scholarships.

Deseret News Journalism

  • Journalism scholarships.

Diversity Scholarship 

 

Dominion Energy Scholarship Fund

  • Ten scholarships will be awarded to Snow College students from Utah who are pursuing degrees or certificates in business, engineering, geology, mathematics, physics, or technology related to the energy industry.

Don A. & Erma O. Reynolds Endowment

  • General Scholarships.

Dr. Wendell & Gwen McGarry Endowment 

  • Students in need.

Duane A. & Velma B. Frandsen Endowment

  • Students from Sanpete, Carbon, or Emery counties who are majoring in the field of Education or teaching.

Eddie & Lesa Cox Endowment

  • General Scholarships.

Edgar J. Thompson Endowed scholarship

Eligible students must have a minimum 3.0 GPA at the time of application. Eligible students must have been accepted into the BMus program prior to application, and verifiably on the Choral Music Education Advisement Track within the BMus program. One annual award will be available. The award will be $3,000 per school year ($1,500 per semester). Award may be adjusted if tuition increases create a clear need for adjustment. Any interest earnings in excess of the award amount each year will be returned to the endowment. In the event that no eligible students in a given year apply, funds will be held in the scholarship account and two students will be awarded in the following year. The main contact for this endowed scholarship will be the current Director of Choral Activities, with support from the Head of the Horne School of music. These two individuals may recommend students for the award in any year, though ultimate determination of recipient(s) will be determined by the Scholarship Office after verifying eligibility.

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Edward L. & Margaret P. Christensen Endowment

  • Scholarships for students in need.

Elden J. Anderson Endowment

  • Full time students majoring in education who have a minimum high school grade point average of 3.0 are eligible for this scholarship. To retain the scholarship, students must maintain a 3.0 GPA or higher and be enrolled in twelve or more credits. Preference shall be given to descendants of Elden Anderson. Scholarships should be awarded in full-tuition, half-tuition, or fees amounts and they will be made from the endowment interest earnings each year.  Applicants must apply annually and write a brief three paragraph essay introducing themselves and describing their academic goals and future plans. 

Eldon L. Wynona H. Frost Endowment

  • Scholarships for deserving students.

Emeriti Centennial

  • Scholarship support for Snow College students in need.  Not necessarily for one that would receive a scholarship anyway, but one who is close and needs the funds to go to Snow College. 

Erastus Snow Endowment

  • General Scholarships, with preference given to single or unwed mothers.

Eva Beal Anderson Endowment

  • Students in need from Manti who desire to attend Snow College.

Evelyn McNeill Endowment

  • Out-of-state females wishing to attend Snow College. The amount given will support the difference between in-state tuition and out-of-state tuition.

F. Dwight & Margaret Bertelson Endowment

  • Students majoring in either Science or Mathematics. Students must have GPA and ACT scores well above average. Service work done in the community, as well as school leadership experience, will also be considered.

 

Fannie Green Thompson Endowment

  • Students majoring in Education who will enroll for their second year at Snow College with a good academic record during their first year at Snow College and plans for a career in Education.

Farrin & Enola Mangelson Endowment

  • Chemistry and Literature/Fine Arts students. 

FFA Field Day Scholarship 

  • This fund is available to students who have a declared Snow College agriculture major (AS or AAS, or GE if planning to transfer to a four year university for a BS in an agriculture related field). Applicants must have participated in FFA in high school for three or more years and must commit to work as a member of the Snow College FFA Field Day staff for the October FFA Field Day. Students must maintain an overall 3.0 minimum grade point average and carry a load of at least 15 credits each semester in order to be considered for and to retain scholarship support. 

FJ Management Impact Fund

  • This scholarship supports students studying one of the qualifying majors at Snow College.* Preference shall be given to students who have any personal or family ties to FJ Management (FJM). Preference shall also be given to students who are not receiving full federal financial aid. Scholarship recipients will be ineligible for any additional private scholarship support at Snow College. Two full tuition/fees/housing scholarships shall be awarded each year. Each recipient shall retain the scholarship for two years at Snow College with an option for two additional years at a Utah institution of their choice to earn a bachelors degree. Recipients must be on track to earn an associate’s degree, maintain a 3.0 GPA or higher, and be enrolled in 12 or more credits per semester to retain scholarship support. Recipients will also be required to sign a personal information disclosure agreement to be provided to FJM for management of the full four-year scholarship. Recipients must also agree to release their transcript to FJM each semester. Additional funds available in the scholarship fund will be used to support certificate-seeking students on a year-by-year basis. Click here for more details

Florence Nielsen Peterson Endowment

  • Snow College's Business Department scholarships.

Francks Family Endowment

  • General Scholarships, with preference to descendants.

Fredric James Fjeldsted Baton Endowment

  • A Snow College graduate who is continuing their education in music leadership. 

General Endowment Scholarship Fund

  • General scholarships.

George S. & Delores Dorè Eccles Scholarship Endowment

  • General Scholarships.

Glen & Melba Barney Endowment

  • North Sevier High School students.

Glen S. Larson Endowment

  • Student Body Officer Scholarships.

Glenda Wood Endowment

  • Rural students with demonstrated community involvement and service, a strong work ethic, solid academic goals, and a genuine need for financial assistance to attend college. Selected students who would not typically qualify for an academic scholarship. 

Grant & Nyla Proctor Scholarship 

  • This scholarship fund is established to provide financial support for Snow College students with documented financial need living in Antimony and/or attending Piute High School. Scholarship recipients will be selected based on their financial need, desire to attend college, and their understanding of how higher education will improve their quality of life. A committee of counselors and staff at Piute High School will select the finalists. Students receiving the award must maintain a 2.0 minimum grade point average to maintain scholarship support. 

Gunnison Valley Gazette Scholarship 

  • Scholarship support for needy students from the Gunnison Valley (Gunnison, Centerfield, Fayette, Mayfield, and Axtell). Students must maintain a "B" average in all classes to retain scholarship support. 

H. E. Jensen Endowment (Biological)

  • Scholarships for students in need, who are enrolled in the Biological Sciences.

H. E. Jensen Endowment (General)

  • General Scholarships.

H.R. Christensen Endowment

  • Scholarships for students majoring in the Sciences.

Halver Ross Mechanical Engineering Scholarship Fund

  • This endowment fund is established to provide annual scholarship support for Snow College students majoring in Engineering. The students receiving the award must uphold a 3.0 minimum grade point average to maintain scholarship support.

Harden & Lois Breinholt Endowment

  • General Scholarships.

Harry A. Dean Endowment

  • The Music Department.

Herbert J. & Elsa B. Michaels Endowment

  • Chemistry and Literature/Fine Arts students. 

Horne School of Music Endowment 

  • Deadline: March 1 by 5pm
  • Criteria: Enrolled in at least 6 credits, intend to apply to and complete an approved program, and intend to work in a Utah public school.

Hyrum & Carolyn Maria Brady Paulsen Endowment

  • This scholarship should be awarded based on the financial need of students who are serious-minded, qualified, and pursuing a teaching career.

IME Becas Scholarship

 

Ina D. Smith Endowment

  • Endowment earnings to be used in the best interests of Snow College.

Intermountain Power Agency

  • Pre-Engineering majors in the Science Department.

International Student Scholarship Endowment

  • Scholarships for international students.

Iven R. Cox Endowment

  • General Scholarships.

J. Orrin & Olivia Anderson Endowment 

  • Full time students of any major who have a minimum high school grade point average of 3.0 are eligible for this scholarship. To retain the scholarship, students must maintain a 3.0 GPA or higher and be enrolled in twelve or more credits. Preference shall be given to descendants of Joseph Orrin and Olivia Anderson. Scholarships should be awarded in full-tuition, half-tuition, or fees amounts and they will be made from the endowment interest earnings each year.  Applicants must apply annually and write a brief three paragraph essay introducing themselves and describing their academic goals and future plans. 

J. S. Christensen Endowment

  • Bloodline descendants of J.S. Christensen. If there are more than one applying for this scholarship in any one year, selection between them should be based upon the family of the applicants who have the greatest need.

Jaarl M. Papenfuss

  • Students majoring in Math or Science selected by a committee involving Dr. Joseph Papenfuss, one faculty from Life Science, Physical Science and Math as determined by the Natural Science and Mathematics Division. 

Jack & Eileen Anderson Endowment

  • Full time students of any major who have a minimum high school grade point average of 3.0 are eligible for this scholarship. To retain the scholarship, students must maintain a 3.0 GPA or higher and be enrolled in twelve or more credits. Preference shall be given to descendants of Jack and Eileen Anderson. Scholarships should be awarded in full-tuition, half-tuition, or fees amounts and they will be made from the endowment interest earnings each year.  Applicants must apply annually and write a brief three paragraph essay introducing themselves and describing their academic goals and future plans.

Jack J. and LaRee C. Rasmussen Fund

  • DGeneral Scholarship support for tuition, housing, books, and/or supplies for Snow College students with financial need. Eligible students must have demonstrated academic promise. Students must also maintain an overall minimum 2.5 GPA in order to retain scholarship support for the second semester.  Qualified students must write a 500-1,000 word essay and answer the following questions: "Why do you feel you deserve this award over other qualified and deserving students?"  and "Please provide examples of how you go above and beyond in your personal and/or academic work."  Applicants should apply for FAFSA and should take the ACT or other standardized entrance exam and provide their scores; however, exam scores will not be the final decision maker in selecting recipients. In the event that a student does not retain the scholarship, the remainder of the award shall be made available to another student. 

James Smith New Beginnings

  • New or returning Snow College student enrolled in at least 6 credits per semester (2.00 GPA required for renewal).  Must have experienced a lapse in education after graduating from high school of at least (a) 12 consecutive months. Interruptions may have occurred at any time after High School graduation and prior to enrollment. Preference given to applicants who are currently working on overcoming adversity, or have overcome adversity, in their personal or professional lives. Requires a statement from the applicant (or from Student Services) explaining the circumstances of how the applicant is overcoming adversity or has overcome adversity in their life. Priority given to students who are: age 23 or older; and/or single-working parents. 

Joe & Mari Strain Scholarship

Qualified applicants must be enrolled in 12 or more credits at Snow College and retain a 2.5 or higher GPA. This scholarship will support students from Wayne High School, Payson High School, or Japan. A 250-500 word essay is required; applicants should explain their work ethic and motivation for attending college. This scholarship will fund one $1,000 scholarship for one student per academic year. If no qualified students exist in a given year, the money will be held for the next year and an additional scholarship may be given with the extra funds at that time. 

Jewell J. & Dorothea LaRue Jensen Rasmussen Endowment

  • Need or merit-based scholarships with preference given to students in need. Each student is to receive a biographical summary.

John & Susan Frischknecht Endowment

  • General Scholarships.

John and Florence Parkin Scholarship Fund

  • This scholarship fund is established to provide annual general scholarship support for Snow College students. The students receiving the award must uphold a 2.0 minimum grade point average to maintain scholarship support. 

Johnson Sisters Scholarship 

  • This fund is established as a tribute to the Johnson Sisters, Almina, Erma, and Alice, and to their parents, Lars and Johanna. Family members founded the endowment fund to provide support for Snow College female students who have responsibility for minor children while attending school as well as female students returning to school from other lifestyle obligations such as raising children or assisting in other family duties. Consideration in awarding the scholarship shall be given to applicants who possess the following: 1) high character; 2) commitment to timely completion of an enrolled program or degree; 3) scholastic excellence; and 4) manifest intent to use the sought after certificate or degree in a meaningful future career/vocation. Students must maintain an overall 2.5 minimum grade point average in order to be considered for and to retain scholarship support. A family representative will participate in the selection of the scholarship recipients.

Karen & Charles Hyer and Marjorie Gardner Endowment

  • Females majoring in Science.

Katherine Alder Endowment

  • General Scholarships

Kay & ReNee McIff Scholarship

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Kay E. & MaryAnn R. Thomson Endowment

  • Scholarships with first priority given to descendants of Kay and MaryAnn Thomson. If there are no descendants, funds may be used for General Scholarships.

Keith & Beverly Nielsen Endowment

  • Tuition for students interested in Business or other majors as decided by the donors annually. Non-business majors are students selected by the donors based on grade point average, good citizenship, and financial need. Recipients who are business majors are selected by the department based their academic performance and ability to excel in business.

Keys To Success Scholarship

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Kim Christison Endowment

  • Theater students. 

Lamar & Gwen Monroe Endowment

  • A student from Millard High School. Family selects recipients based on financial need and academics.

LaMont and Olive Blackham Endowment

  • General Scholarships.

LaRane B & Elliot J. Arnoldson Scholarship

  • This fund is established to provide annual support for one or more Snow College students pursuing a degree in education who are graduates of North Sanpete High School. Priority consideration in awarding the scholarship shall be given to applicants who have a relatively greater need (but not necessarily based upon any ranking of such need). Students must maintain an overall 2.5 grade point average in order to be considered for and to retain scholarship support. At least one annual scholarship award will be available each year.

Larry J. Christensen Endowment 

  • Business and accounting majors only.

LaVar Jenson Endowment

  • Private piano lesson scholarships to talented students with a will to work hard.

Lavor & Marguerite Taylor Endowment

  • General Scholarships.

Leon P. and Ruth C. Olsen Endowment

  • Scholarships for students with financial need. 

Leona E. Wilson Scholarship

  • This fund is established to provide support for Snow College students. Preference is given to students receiving their secondary education in the state of Idaho, and particularly those living north of the Salmon River. Students must also maintain an overall 2.5 minimum grade point average to retain scholarship support. 

Lloyd D. & Neva Nuttall Paulsen Endowment

  • Snow College students in need. The students receiving the award must maintain a 2.0 minimum grade point average to maintain scholarship support. 

Lucy A. Phillips Endowment

  • Deserving students in need majoring in the Humanities.

Lyman S. & Vivian B. Willardson Endowment

  • Students who demonstrate a potential interest in a career in Engineering or Science. Preference is given to those who do not necessarily qualify to receive a scholarship under the leadership or academic categories.

Mafatini Big Love Scholarship

  • This scholarship fund is established to honor the legacy of Mafatini Taimane-Laititi Mafatini, a Snow College student who made an impact on all who knew him. Preference for scholarship recipients shall be underrepresented, full-time (12+ credits) in-state or out-of-state football students who live their life with the intent to do good in our world and demonstrate sincere kindness and a heart with intent to help and lift those around them. Recipients shall be individuals who bring light into the lives of others as Mafatini so beautifully did. Each year, recipients shall be identified and recommended by coaching staff, and ultimately selected by the current Head Football Coach. At any time, the current Head Football Coach may identify a student outside of this established criterion to award if he or she sees fit to maximize the impact of this scholarship. Scholarship awards shall be made annually in the amount of $2,500 for two students, or $5,000 for one student.

Maria Isabel Reyes Scholarship Fund

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Marsha Irwin Scholarship 

  • This fund is established to honor the memory of alumnus Marsha Irwin. This fund will support female athletes at Snow College. Students must maintain an overall 2.5 minimum grade point average in order to be considered for and to retain scholarship support. 

Mary M. Peacock Endowment

  • Language Arts students with financial need.

Maxine J. Peterson Endowment

  • A student who is in Elementary Education, is a relative of Mrs. Peterson's, has financial need and is a scholar (1st priority). A student who is in Elementary Education, has financial need and is a scholar (2nd priority). A student who is in Elementary Education and has financial need (3rd priority). A student who has a financial need, preferably who is a student in the Science area (4th priority).

McCoy & Doris Larsen Endowment

  • Band and Music Department students. In addition to scholarships, allow funds to be used for faculty in residence and Jazz workshop events at Snow College.

Melvin & Claudia Jarrett Endowment

  • Students majoring in Business Technology.

Melvin Ronald Olsen Endowment

  • Scholarships for male students with a financial need and scholarship potential. Preference is given to Sanpete County residents or students who have lived abroad prior to attending Snow College. Scholarships can be renewed for a second year if satisfactory academic achievement (3.0 GPA) is maintained during the first year.

Micah & Shiloh Edwards

  • Student leadership scholarships

Montgomery/Lauritzen Old Mill Property Endowment

  • General Scholarships, with preference given to the descendants of Orson & Shirley Lauritzen and Don C. & Barbara Montgomery. Students must maintain a 2.0 GPA.

Morris S. & Barbara Ludwig Ferguson Endowment

  • Students in need.

Murray High School College Scholarship Fund

  • This fund is established to provide support for tuition, housing, books and/ or supplies for Snow College students who meet the following guidelines. Eligible students must have demonstrated academic promise and leadership abilities. To be considered, students must be graduates from the Murray School District in Murray, Utah. Students must also maintain an overall 3.0 minimum grade point average to retain scholarship support for the second semester. 

Nadine Monson Nibley and F. Richard Nibley Endowment

  • Students in need who participate in the String Orchestra Ensemble Program.

Nancy Lee Oliver Scholarship Endowment

  • Students with financial need. They must maintain a B average GPA to keep the scholarship.

Nash-Lee Endowment

  • Academic Scholarships for students in a need.

Neal LaVaun Cox Legacy Scholarship

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Neldon Lamont Jensen and Kathleen Paulsen Jensen Scholarship

  • Fund is established to be used for needs-based aid. Scholarship money can be used on books and supplies to aid an outstanding student pursuing the study of chemistry or mathematics and a second outstanding student pursuing studies in music. 

Nellie Ray Toone Endowment

  • Scholarships for deserving and capable Business students who are not the children of Snow College faculty or staff members. One-half of the interest accumulated each year will be used for the scholarship while the other half of the interest will be returned to the Nellie Ray Toone Endowment.

Norbest Business Scholarship

  • This fund is established to provide support for Snow College Business majors who are Sanpete County residents. Preference is given to students who are children, spouses, or employees of Norbest, Inc. Students must maintain an overall 2.5 minimum grade point average to retain scholarship support. 

Norbest Endowment

  • Sanpete County students majoring in Agriculture, preference given to those with a financial need.

Norbest Music Scholarship

  • This fund is established to provide support for Snow College Music majors who are Sanpete County residents. Preference is given to students who are children, spouses, or employees of Norbest, Inc. Students must maintain an overall 2.5 minimum grade point average to retain scholarship support. 

Orrin G. Hatch Endowment

  • General Scholarships.

Osral Allred Scholarship Fund

  • This fund is established to provide support for Snow College Arts students. Preference is given to students majoring in the following: Visual Arts, Fine Arts, Industrial Arts, or Language Arts. Students must maintain an overall 2.5 minimum grade point average to retain scholarship support. 

P. Canute & Ethel Rawlings Peterson Endowment

  • General Scholarships.

Peer Mentoring Scholarship

  • Scholarships for the peer mentoring program.

Peter & Anna Mena Mortenson Endowment

  • General Scholarships.

President Gary and Janet Carlston Endowment

  • This fund is created to support Snow College students in the music program who maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA and perform in two ensembles (or the equivalent) as assigned by the music department. This fund will be used primarily for “needs based” purposes to aid students who may not meet the talent threshold, but show potential for success as determined by the music department. All scholarship earnings from the endowment fund shall be spent each year. If no qualified applicants exist, the scholarship shall be used for general scholarship purposes. 

R. & G. Family Trust Endowment

  • Students with financial need.

R. Roger & LaRue Tucker Johnson Endowment

  • Visual Arts students, as determined by the Visual Arts Department, based on departmental and individual student needs, etc; Math students with financial need, interest and promise; Chemistry students with financial need, interest and promise. Physics students with financial need, interest and promise. Student grade(s) from Fall Semester should be a B+ or better. Four $500 Scholarships will be awarded, one to each of the following areas: Visual Arts, Mathematics, Chemistry, and Physics.

Ralph & Deora Blackham Endowment

  • General Scholarships.

Randy & Claudean Cox Scholarship Endowment

  • General scholarships for students with financial need.

Ray & Mildred Nielsen Endowment

  • Faculty and students studying Wildlife Management and Conservation.

Ray & Rita Debenham Endowment

  • General Scholarships.

Ray & Verdella S. Adams Endowment

  • Delta High School students. The selection will be made by the Director of School Relations at Snow College and the Principal of Delta High School. 

Reimagine Scholarship Fund

  • Needs-based general scholarships.

Reuel & Vonda Christensen Scholarship Endowment

  • General Scholarships. Donor choice.

Richard & Patti Haslam Black Box Theatre

  • Theatre students.

Richfield General Endowment Fund

  • General Richfield scholarships.

Robert & Ellen Anderson Endowment

  • Full time students of any major who have a minimum high school grade point average of 3.0 are eligible for this scholarship. To retain the scholarship, students must maintain a 3.0 GPA or higher and be enrolled in twelve or more credits. Preference shall be given to descendants of Robert and Ellen Anderson. Scholarships should be awarded in full-tuition, half-tuition, or fees amounts and they will be made from the endowment interest earnings each year.  Applicants must apply annually and write a brief three paragraph essay introducing themselves and describing their academic goals and future plans.  

Robert L. & Dorothy J. Stoddard Endowment

  • General scholarships with preference to descendants of Robert L. and Dorothy J. Stoddard.

Robert Lloyd Corkin Endowment

  • Industrial Arts Scholarships, including automobile mechanics, electronics, graphic arts, industrial crafts, photography, metalworking, woodworking, plastics, and industrial drawing.

Robert M. and Joyce S. Graham Scholarship

  • This scholarship provides financial support for in-state Snow College freshman students. Selection of recipients shall be based on academic merit and financial need. Preference shall be given to students who graduated from one of the high schools which Mr. and Mrs. Graham graduated from, North Sanpete High School or Manti High School. If no students from these schools apply in a given year, any freshman students from Utah, preferably from Sanpete County, with a financial need and proven academic merit shall qualify. 

Rocky Mountain Power

  • General Scholarships.

Rocky Mountain Power Scholarship 

  • To receive continued support, students must maintain satisfactory academic progress. In the event that a scholarship must be revoked, remaining funds will be used to support an alternate student. First generation students from low-income families will be eligible for the scholarship. Eligible applicants will be identified by their completed FAFSA forms. Applicants will submit their application to Snow College's scholarship coordinator, who will assemble a committee to select the two recipients. Each recipient will be required to write a letter to Snow College and the Rocky Mountain Power Foundation explaining how the scholarship has helped him or her at Snow College, what the future recipients' future academic goals are, and how the scholarship will help with achieving these goals. Snow College will send these letters to the Rocky Mountain Power Foundation at the conclusion of the grant period. 

Roger Hansen Endowment

  • Wasatch Academy students attending Snow College.

Ron Abegglen Legacy Scholarship

  • This scholarship provides financial support for Snow College students with a demonstrated financial need. First preference shall be given to students who are from a rural Utah high school, have been involved in athletics, and are majoring in Health Sciences or Education. If no students of these majors apply, students from rural Utah high schools who have been involved in athletics may be awarded. If no qualified students apply whatsoever, money will be held until qualified applicants apply. 

Ruby R. Hill Endowment

  • Scholarships for students pursuing course work in the Science Department.

Rural Health Group

  • Students from Juab and Sanpete counties interested in health care careers. Students must have a B average GPA or higher.

Ruth D. & Wilford Jensen Endowment

  • General Scholarships.

Saga of the Sanpitch Scholarship

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Serine Knudsen Staalesen Jorgensen Endowment

  • Scholarships for rural students with financial need as well as academic promise; and highly talented musicians who can make significant contributions to the Snow College Music Program, both must exhibit a high level of integrity. One third (1/3) of fund earnings will be used for rural students and the other two-thirds (2/3) for music scholarships. Students are to receive a historical sketch of Serine and they will be encouraged to support this fund with personal donations when they are in a position to do so.

Seymour & Iva Deon Larsen Christensen Endowment

  • General Scholarships.

Sherrie Vail Green Scholarship Fund

  • This scholarship fund provides financial support for Snow College students. Preference shall be given to students who are studying Nutrition or Dietetics, and have a 3.0 GPA in previous semesters of high school or college. First preference shall be given to those who also speak Spanish. If no Spanish-speaking applicants qualify, the scholarship may be used for students studying Nutrition or Dietetics. If no students meet the specified criteria, this scholarship fund may be used for general scholarship purposes. 

Snow College Emeriti Scholarship

  • Fund is established to provide scholarship support for Snow College students in need.  The student must maintain a minimum of a "C" average in all classes to maintain scholarship support. 

Sons of Utah Pioneers Scholarship Fund

  • This fund is established to provide support for Snow College students with financial need who possess the motivation to succeed in college and exemplify the character traits and virtues of pioneers. Students will have overcome significant personal, physical, social, or economic challenges. To be considered, applicants must also be residents. Students must maintain an overall 2.5 minimum grade point average in order to be considered for and to retain scholarship support.

Soren M. & Florence E. Nielsen Endowment

  • Students in Debate, Speech, and Forensics.

Steven D. & Marjorie H. Bennion Endowment

  • Students with academic qualifications, financial need, leadership, service to others, and evidence of a willingness to work.

Steven D. & Pamela S. Crowther Endowment

  • Scholarships for bloodline descendants of Osmond & Idena Jensen Crowther (first priority); students from (a) Fountain Green, Utah or (b) Sanpete County based on scholarship, achievement and need (second priority). Descendants will receive seven percent of the annual corpus. If more than one descendant, Snow College may choose one or split the award based on scholarship, achievement and need. If no descendants apply, Snow College will award a student from (a) Fountain Green, Utah or (b) Sanpete County based on scholarship, achievement and need.

Swinerton & COmmunity Energy Scholarship

Students must be participating in a renewable energy program on the Richfield campus or be involved in the Industrial Mechanics program to receive scholarship support. Scholarship awards will be determined by administration on the Snow College Richfield campus on an annual basis.

Swenson Family Endowed Scholarship

  • This scholarship provides financial support for Snow College students with financial need with a preference given to first generation students. Students receiving the award should not be the recipient of other significant scholarships and must maintain a 2.5 minimum grade point average. ACT scores are not to be considered a major determining factor in award selections. To apply for this scholarship, students must write a 500 word essay sharing their education/career goals and stating how this scholarship will make a difference in their lives.

Taryn Gurney Memorial Scholarship 

  • This scholarship fund is established to provide general scholarship support for Snow College students in need. The students receiving the award must maintain a 2.5 minimum grade point average to maintain scholarship support. 

Ten from 1954

  • General Scholarships.

The Bill Crane/Don Naser Scholarship

  • Eligible students must maintain a 2.5 GPA or higher and be enrolled in 6 or more credits. Qualified students include students studying any program in Richfield, or any students majoring in the sciences in Ephraim. Students must write a 1 – 2 page essay that addresses the importance of service in communities and they should provide examples of the service they have performed. One student shall be awarded each year with 90% of the interest earnings. The remaining 10% of interest earnings shall be placed in the endowment fund. If no qualified student exists in a given year, funds shall remain in the scholarship and an additional student will be awarded the next year. 

The Ed & Joanne Thompson Scholarship For Choral Music Education Studies

  • Eligible student criteria: Eligible students must have a minimum 3.0 GPA at the time of application. Eligible students must have been accepted into the BMus program prior to application, and verifiably on the Choral Music Education Advisement Track within the BMus program. Spending criteria: One annual award will be available. 

The Elaine Jorgensen Endowment

  • This scholarship endowment supports the sustaining and building of the flute program at Snow College. Scholarships shall be given to the students with a high level of desire and musical talent who have the potential to become outstanding performers and teachers. 

The Firstborn Scholarship

  • This scholarship provides financial support for students of Snow College, with preference given to students who are the first born child in their family. If no qualified first born students apply, this scholarship will be used for general scholarship purposes. 

The Hinkins Scholarship

  • Preference shall be given to any student who attended Emery High School, or whose parent attended Emery High School, or is from Japan, or has lived in Japan for more than one year; the candidate should have a minimum GPA of 3.0 or an international equivalent. Preference should be given to a candidate who has demonstrated service through community, school, or religious activities.

The James-Jensen-Atkinson Scholarship Fund

  • General Scholarships. Preference shall be given to students who are majoring in "service segment" majors including, but not limited to, health care or law enforcement.

The Kay and Diane Christensen Endowment Fund

  • This fund is established to provide financial assistance to students attending Snow College for a degree or certification who are descendants of Kay Henrie Christensen and Sarah Diane Christensen. Applicants must write a one-page, single-spaced letter expressing why they want to attend Snow, describing their financial need for assistance, describing how the skills that they will gain at Snow will help others, and should include a brief comment about Kay and Diane and the student’s association with Snow. Spending from this scholarship will be determined by the donors annually. Scholarship applicants will also be recommended by the donors annually. Applicants must have a 2.5 or higher GPA in high school and maintain this GPA while at Snow to receive future scholarship funds.

The Keeler Family Scholarship

  • This scholarship provides financial support for Snow College students with a financial need who are majoring in theatre. To retain scholarship support, students must maintain at least a 2.5 GPA and be registered in 12 or more credits per semester. 

The Roger and Colleen Thompson Fund

  • Students who play a woodwind instrument amd demonstrate considerable potential as an accomplished musician. 

The Zella Anderson Bassett Scholarship

  • This fund is established to honor the memory of the late Zella Anderson Bassett, native of Ephraim, graduate of Snow College, and one of 100 Distinguished Alumni named at the College's 1988 centennial observation. 
    One scholarship will be awarded to a full-time student (12+ credits) preparing for a career that will enrich the lives of young children. The student shall be in the sophomore year, be participating in the Early Childhood Education program, and shall have earned a freshman overall GPA of at least 3.2. The applicant shall also write a 500-1000 word essay describing his/her interest in the welfare of children, their education objectives to help them gain the needed skills themselves, their intent to also motivate others to achieve excellence in this pursuit, and how this scholarship could help achieve these goals. The candidate will demonstrate by past or current performance high potential to improve the welfare of children. Preference will be given to those who demonstrate leadership promise so their contributions can be magnified through the improved service of others. The award may be granted to non- citizens if they can demonstrate the likelihood their necessary education program will not be terminated for legal or other reasons. 
    Alternatively, when qualified applicants exist the donors authorize the Scholarship Office selection committee to divide the annual award into equal smaller parts in any given year, to be given to two students instead of one, should prevailing circumstances warrant. If no qualified applicants exist in any given year, the money will be held in the scholarship fund until the next year to fund two (or four if divided) such scholarships if qualified applicants are available. 
    The donors request that their estate be advised annually of the recipients, including names and contact information. 
    The scholarship award contract will contain a brief description of the life and works of Zella Anderson Bassett prepared by the donor so the recipient can discover how one earlier Snow College graduate enhanced the development of children and families here and abroad through her entire life.

Thorne Family - Rural Teacher Education Scholarship

  • Scholarship recipients shall be a graduate of Seveir or Sanpete County high school with plans to pursue studies in the field of teaching in a rural elementary or secondary school. Frist preference shall be given to students enrolled at Snow College Richfield and current Teacher Assistants in Sevier or Sanpete School Districts.

Thorne/Whitehead Memorial Family Scholarship 

  • This fund is established to provide financial assistance to Snow College students who are enrolled in a CTE program on the Richfield Campus. Preference shall be given to students in an industrial trade related field such as, but not restricted to, agriculture, welding, mechanics, manufacturing, machine tool, etc. Qualified students should be enrolled in at least 6 credits and should be seeking a certificate and/or Associates Degree. Students shall be selected based on financial need. Students must maintain a 2.5 GPA to retain scholarship support. The amount per scholarship award, and number of students awarded in any given year, is at the discretion of the Snow College Scholarship Office. 

Thorpe & Norma Waddingham Endowment

  • General Scholarships. Spend all of the interest earnings each year, split between two individuals.

Tom & Michelle Bailey Fund

  • Students in need. Receipients selected by the donors. 

Troy Schiffman Endowment

  • A student in leadership.

Troy Young Endowment

  • General Scholarships.

Utah Rotary Native American Scholarship

  • Available to all Utah Native Americans, regardless of their tribal affiliation.

Utah Valley Home Builders Association

  • Students enrolled in the Building Construction Program.

Valley Builders Endowment

  • General Scholarships.

Velma Y. Mackay Endowment

  • High School graduates majoring in Family Life (Home Economics). Preferably young women. Must be needy students from Utah. More than one scholarship may be awarded at a time. Scholarship recipients will be encouraged to contribute to help build the endowment base.

Verla A. Sorensen Endowment

  • General scholarships with emphasis and priority given to single and unwed mothers

Von P. Madsen Endowment

  • General Scholarships.

W. E. Thorpe Endowment

  • General Scholarships.

Wagner Foundation Scholarship Fund

  • Need-based scholarships with first preference given to deserving to minority students from west Salt Lake City or County.

Wesley & Eva Thompson Endowment

  • General Scholarships.

Western Clay Company Scholarship 

  • This fund is established to provide annual scholarship support for Snow College students in need who are residents of Seveir County. The students receiving the award must maintain a 2.0 minimum grade point average to maintain scholarship support. 

Wilbur W. & Leonora B. Cox Endowment

  • Single parents with children in their care under the age of 18.

Willa's Workshop

  • This fund is established to provide support for tuition, housing, books and/or supplies for females and mothers in need. Students can be full or part-time and must maintain an overall 2.0 minimum grade point average to retain scholarship support for the second semester.  

William & Clarice Cox Endowment 

  • General Scholarships.

Willy the Plumber Scholarship

  • This scholarship provides financial support for students of Snow College who are Utah residents, and who are children of a state or federal inmate doing two or more years (or a recently released inmate that has served 3 or more years in prison in the last 7 years).* This  scholarship's recipients will be chosen by the Snow College Scholarship Office.  Money in this scholarship fund will be spent only when qualified candidates apply. Scholarships will be awarded only in the amount of $1,000 per qualified student, unless otherwise determined by the donor. Students who are studying in a specific trade, or are not a freshman, may be awarded scholarship. All qualified applicants shall be awarded as previously mentioned, the number of awards that are available to qualifying students depends on the funds available at that time. *See the Willy the Plumber Scholarship website for more details or information. 

Yvonne & Kay Whitmore Endowment

  • Where the need is greatest.