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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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.
This scholarship will provide support to Snow College students who serve in leadership roles in the Pride Club. To qualify for this scholarship, students must maintain a 2.5+ GPA, be enrolled in 12+ credits (unless specifically approved in special circumstances by the designated contact for this scholarship), be a returning student, and must not have any code of conduct issues or disciplinary action taken against them by the College. Students must fill out the Pride Club Scholarship application in its entirety and agree to the Pride Club presidency responsibilities in order to maintain scholarship support. Four $1,000 scholarships will be given per year. If a student loses their scholarship after the fall semester, it may be awarded to another student. The Pride Club Advisor, or designee, shall recommend recipients to the Scholarship Office each year
This scholarship shall be awarded to students who are enrolled in manufacturing (including composites, machining, welding, industrial mechanics) or engineering programs. Students must maintain a 2.3+ GPA and be enrolled in 6+ credits. Scholarship awards shall be determined by the current Vice President for Technical Education & Workforce Engagement, or designee, each year.
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.
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.