Notice: For ALL academic scholarships the following apply:
The requirements to maintain and renew all academic scholarships are published below.
The requirements for ALL scholarships are printed on the scholarship contract that
will be mailed and e-mailed to the student once he or she is awarded.
Note about cumulative GPA:
We are excited to highlight our dynamic new and improved Academic Scholarship programs.
Snow College is expanding in enrollment and achieving new heights with programs (i.e., Bachelors in Software Engineering, Bachelors in Music, A.F.A. in Visual Arts, CTE …) while still maintaining personal touches such as smaller class size and low student-teacher ratios. Snow College remains the most affordable higher education in Utah, while still keeping student class fees reasonable.
With this in mind, we have created new academic scholarship opportunities that complement our long standing tradition of scholarship awarding for all students pursuing a degree or certification (eligibilty requirement must be met with at least the outlined GPA and ACT/SAT scores).
Nonresident Tuition Waiver (one year award)
This scholarship has the same requirements as the Western Undergraduate Exchange, (below),
however; this is a one year award and the scholarship CANNOT be deferred.
Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE)
To keep the scholarship from one semester to the next you must:
NAW (Nevada, Arizona & Wyoming) waiver requirements are set at a 3.0 grade point average each semester and 15 earned credit hours. The requirements to maintain the scholarship will be detailed on the student's scholarship contract (sent via email).
Students receiving leadership scholarships will be required to perform all duties as given by their advisor. They will also
be required to maintain the grade point average and credit hour requirements that
will be listed on their scholarship contracts. The minimum requirements will be communicated
to each student by the scholarship office.
Performance Based and Departmental scholarships are awarded to students who are planning to major in a specific area or have proven talent in the chosen field. You may be required to major in the area, and you should plan to participate in the department if awarded. The minimum requirements will be communicated to the student as defined by the Snow College Scholarship office (sent via email and postal mail).
Private scholarships requirements are set by the individual, foundation, or company making the donation. The requirements to keep, length and amount of each private scholarship varies and will be detailed on the student's scholarship contract. The minimum requirements will be communicated to the student as defined by the scholarship office (sent via email and postal mail).
Diversity scholarship requirements are set at a 2.5 grade point average each semester. Students must also maintain a "C" or better grade in each course. Students must also meet monthly with their Multicultural Advisor, be involved with the Multicultural Center as a mentor or mentee, and help in the planning and implementation of diversity activities. Students are also required to be involved in a diversity club that is represented on Snow College's campus. Diversity scholarships may be revoked if the student is subject to any campus disciplinary action. The requirements to maintain the scholarship will be detailed on the student's scholarship contract (sent via email and postal mail).
Alumni Legacy requirements are set at a 2.5 grade point average each semester. Students are also required to maintain 12 credits each semester. The requirements to maintain the scholarship will be detailed on the student's scholarship contract (sent via email and postal mail).