Tuition & Fees
In general, the costs of attending Southern Utah University arise from tuition, institutional fees, and special fees (such as fees for private music lessons or laboratory classes). Your actual costs depend on how many classes you take, the type of classes you take, and your status as a resident or nonresident student.
You may pay with cash, check, VISA, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.
This chapter defines the current tuition and fees for attending Southern Utah University and provides other information about tuition and fees, including information on deadlines, and the senior citizen rate.
Tuition and fees will be assessed to all students including extended day school students and summer school students according to the following schedules. Extended day school and daytime credit hours are combined in assessing tuition. [The various sessions of summer school are considered as one semester.] All students who attend summer school pay in-state tuition. Tuition and fees are payable at the time of registration. Charges for noncredit or other continuing education classes shall be as stated in the extended day school and summer school bulletins
Students who have questions regarding their residence status should inquire at the Admissions Office. (See Academic Policies & Procedures)
Deadline for Paying Tuition & Fees
All students are obligated to pay their fees on or before the payment deadline for any given semester. Payment deadlines are:
||Second Friday in July
||Second Friday in August
||Second Friday in December
The Cashier’s Office hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays. Financial arrangements for payment of fees are the responsibility of the student.
SUU offers payment plans for students desiring to pay their institutional charges in monthly installments. Please visit the cashier’s website or call (435) 586-7720 for additional information.
Late Payment Fee
A fee for late payment of balances due the University will be assessed in the amount of $35 per month as long as the balance remains unpaid. Late payment fees are not refundable. The University reserves the right to un-register students for nonpayment of tuition and fees and to withhold registration, grades, transcripts and diplomas for nonpayment of obligations to SUU.
How SUU Calculates Tuition & Fees
When you apply for admission to Southern Utah University, you pay a one-time nonrefundable fee for processing your application. To calculate your other tuition and fees, the following fee schedules are provided in Tables 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4, and 6.5.
Students registered for three or more credit hours in any regular academic semester daytime or evening class for credit may receive a student activity card. All students registering for physical education activity courses are expected to provide themselves with gymnasium shoes and suits, and such other equipment as is required. Some equipment may be rented from the physical education department. Students are held responsible for any damage done by them to University property.
Instruction, Laboratory & Class Fees
Some classes require fees in addition to standard tuition and fees. The class schedule indicates such lab and course fees.
|Undergraduate admission application
|Graduate admission application
|Cap and Gown (Associate/Bachelor)
|Cap and Gown (Master)
|Credit-by-course-examination fee (per credit hour) (A maximum of 16 semester hours of credit can be earned by course examination for any one academic discipline)
|Foreign language credit by examination fee (per credit hour) (A maximum of 16 hours credit can be earned in foreign languages with a maximum charge of $96)
|Parking decal (all vehicles must be registered with the SUU Parking Services Department)
|Returned check handling charge **
|Spouse activity cards
||$10 - Fall
$10 - Spring
$20 - Yearly
|Family activity card, per year
Family activity card, per semester
|Student identification card
Student identification card replacement
|Unscheduled final exam fee (per exam)
|Drop fee for EACH course
|Payment Plan Application
|* See current admissions application
**Any returned check in payment of institutional charge is considered late and the appropriate late payment fee in addition to the returned check handling charge will be assessed
Refunds: Students who withdraw from college before the end of a term may be entitled to a refund of a portion of their tuition and fees. Refunds of tuition and fees paid from Federal Financial Aid will be returned to the programs from which they were advanced.
Tuition and Fee Refund Schedule per semester
|Date*** of Official Withdrawal
|Before the end of the 14th calendar day after commencement of classes
|Before the end of the 21st calendar day after commencement of classes
|After the end of the 21st calendar day after commencement of classes
Admission and late-payment fees are not refundable.
***The first day of the semester is counted as the first day of the refund period in determining the refund percentage. A shortened refund schedule is used for summer terms and Maymester.
Students who withdraw may be required to repay a portion of the financial aid advanced to them for “living expenses” (education expenses other than tuition, fees and school services). Repayments will be calculated in accordance with the repayment formula established by federal regulations.
Repayments to any federal financial-aid program may not exceed those disbursed from that program, and will be repaid in the following priority order:
(1) Federal Stafford Loan (unsubsidized), (2) Federal Stafford Loan (subsidized), (3) Federal Plus loan, (4) Federal Perkins Loan, (5) Federal Pell grant, (6) Federal SEOG, (7) Other Title IV aid, (8) Non-Title IV aid.
Repayment of Title IV funds must be made within 45 days of the official withdrawal date. If no effort has been made to make repayment by the end of 45 days, the account will be referred to the U.S. Department of Education and the student will be shown as in default on University records.
When you are first admitted to Southern Utah University, the university classifies you as either a resident student or a nonresident student. SUU then uses this classification to determine your tuition and fees. It is the student’s responsibility to apply for residency status. For questions on tuition and fees, contact the Cashiers Office, ST 165C, (435) 586-7720. For questions about student loans, existing Perkins or short term emergency loans, or financial aid contact the Financial Aid Office, ST 167, (435) 586-7735. For questions about residency status, contact the Admissions Office, ST 166, (435) 586-7740.
Tuition is set by the Utah State Legislature, and fees are determined by the University administration and the State Board of Regents. The administration and board reserve the right to change tuition and fees as necessary.
Please review the SUU website for up-to-date tuition figures:
Financial Aid & Scholarships
Through the Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships, Southern Utah University administers a comprehensive financial aid program to assist students in attending the University. Most student financial aid is awarded on a basis of need. Grants, part-time employment and loans are available from funds provided by the Federal government, the state of Utah, private organizations and interested individuals.
The information contained in this publication reflects current procedures and rules affecting the delivery of financial aid. The University reserves the right to change, at any time, schedules, rules and regulations. Appropriate notice of such changes is given, whenever possible, before they become effective.
The following sections describe the procedures for applying for financial aid, the types of financial aid available and the eligibility requirements for receiving financial aid. The rights and responsibilities of students who receive financial aid are included within the following information.
Students are responsible to pay the cost of university attendance. However, those students whose personal and family resources are insufficient to meet educational expenses may qualify to receive financial assistance from one or more of the available programs. Nevertheless, the availability of financial assistance programs does not replace students’ responsibility to make certain their university obligations are paid.
Applying for Financial Aid
Applications for financial aid can be obtained through high school counselors, by visiting our website at http://www.suu.edu/financial, online through the U.S. Department of Education at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov or by contacting the Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships, 351 W University Blvd, Cedar City, Utah 84720 (435) 586-7735. SUU recommends that you never pay for assistance with federal aid or scholarships. Services are available through our office and at FAFSA.ed.gov at no cost.
Financial aid applications may be submitted throughout the school year, and students who qualify may receive financial aid awards retroactively. However, students may not be eligible to receive financial aid for prior semesters if they are not currently enrolled or if the credits earned are not considered passing. Funding for some types of assistance is limited and may be fully committed before late applicants establish their eligibility. The awarding of financial aid to a student depends upon both the student’s eligibility and the availability of funds. As funds are often insufficient to meet financial need, the importance of an on-time application cannot be overemphasized.
The Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships cannot guarantee that funds will be available for the start of any given term unless applications are complete, accurate and on file in their office together with any requisite supporting documentation no later than 45 days prior to the beginning of the term.
Students who transfer to SUU to attend spring or summer semesters must cancel their aid at all other institutions for the semesters in which they plan to attend SUU.
Types of Financial Aid Available
Generally, grants are awarded on a basis of need and repayment is not required unless a recipient withdraws from school or stops attending the classes for which funding was received. Grants are available for first bachelors, undergraduate study only.
Federal Pell Grants are the principal Federal grant program and are considered to be the primary source of federal assistance. At the present time, the Pell Grant Program is open-ended and all undergraduate students who qualify may receive a grant.
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants are awarded to students that have “exceptional need.” FSEOG funds are very limited and are awarded to Pell Grant recipients, on a first-come, first-served basis.
Higher Education Success Stipend Grants are awarded to Utah residents that have “exceptional need.” HESSP funds are very limited and are awarded to Pell Grant recipients, on a case-by-case basis.
Federal Work-Study awards allow a student to apply for part-time campus jobs. Federal Work-Study is awarded to undergraduate and graduate students with financial need, allowing them to earn money to help pay education expenses. The program encourages community service work and work related to the recipient’s course of study. A FWS job can help a student gain valuable work experience in a chosen field of study before leaving school.
Federal Direct Student Loans are funded and guaranteed by the federal government. For undergraduate students, the federal government pays the interest on Subsidized Stafford Loans until six months after the student leaves school or enrolls in less than six credit hours. Unsubsidized Stafford loans are essentially the same but there are no interest subsidies. Federal Direct Loan funds are available to all qualifying applicants, although beginning with the 2012-2013 school year, the Subsidized Stafford loan is only available to undergraduates. Parent Loans for Undergraduate Students (PLUS) are also available from the federal government. Repayment begins within 60 days after the loan is fully disbursed.
Federal Perkins Loans are made through the University to qualifying students. The federal government pays the interest on Perkins Loans until nine months after the student leaves school or enrolls in less than six credit hours. Perkins funds are very limited.
Short-term Loans are made to students to meet immediate school related needs while federal aid or personal funding is forthcoming. These loans are made from funds contributed by private donors and must be repaid within the semester. As with other aid programs, applicants must maintain satisfactory academic progress to qualify.
Eligibility Requirements Satisfactory Academic Progress
SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS
The Higher Education Amendment Act of 1965, as amended, mandates institutions of higher education to establish a minimum standard of “Satisfactory Academic Progress” for students receiving financial aid. SUU makes this standard applicable to all federal, state and institutional financial assistance programs for the purpose of maintaining a consistent policy for all students receiving financial aid.
To be eligible to receive financial assistance while attending Southern Utah University, a student must be enrolled at least half-time (with the exception of the Pell Grant program, which currently allows less than half-time enrollment), be in good standing, and maintain satisfactory academic progress through a course of study toward a certificate or degree. A student must also be a citizen of the United States or an eligible non-citizen.
Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) is reviewed at the end of the each semester for all students who were enrolled during that term. Failure to make Satisfactory Academic Progress at the end of that payment period will affect financial aid eligibility for the following semester. Please note that if students did not attend SUU during the term being reviewed, their prior SAP status will still apply.
If a student is not in good standing after being reviewed, they may receive a ‘warning’ status for the following semester, but only if they were in good standing the prior semester. For example, if a student is in good standing at the end of summer, but failed to maintain an eligible GPA by the end of the Fall, he or she will receive a warning for the Spring semester. During a warning period, students are eligible to receive Title IV funds. The warning period is for one semester only, and does not require the student to submit an appeal form. If their SAP standing is ineligible the next time they are reviewed, they may submit an appeal at that time to request a possible probationary period for one additional semester. An appeal can be approved for one semester only. If more than one semester would be required to regain good standing, the student may submit an Academic Plan to request a probationary period that is longer than one semester. All students in a ‘probation’ or ‘warning’ status will be reviewed at the end of the each payment period, along with all other students who were enrolled.
To make Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP), students must meet all of the following standards:
1. Academic Standards
2. Maximum Time Frames
3. Enrollment Status
1. Academic Standards (GPA)
Students must maintain a cumulative GPA minimum requirement, reviewed at the end of each payment period. For all credit hours attempted: undergraduate students must have a 2.0, or higher, cumulative GPA; graduate students must have a 3.0, or higher, cumulative GPA. If the cumulative GPA drops below the minimum requirement, the student will no longer be eligible for financial aid, although they may appeal based on extenuating circumstances.
2. Maximum Time Frames
Undergraduates: The number of credit hours an undergraduate student attempts may not exceed 150% of the number of credit hours required for graduation in his or her program of study, as published in the University catalog. For example, if the published number of hours required for graduation is 122, a student may not attempt more than 183 credit hours (122 x 150% = 183) and continue to receive financial aid. All periods of enrollment must be considered, even those for which the student did not receive financial aid as well as hours transferred in from another school. If the number of attempted hours reaches 150% of the hours required for graduation, the student will no longer be eligible for financial aid. Upon reaching 160 earned credit hours, students are advised to meet with their academic advisor to review the remaining courses they must take to complete their degree within the 183 credit hour limit.
Upon reaching 160 attempted hours, students may receive a warning period for one semester. If they cannot complete the following payment period without exceeding the maximum time frame, they will be assigned the SAP status which indicates they have already reached the maximum time frame. For an undergraduate student, this is when they have attempted 172 hours, since it is not mathematically possible to complete one more full-time semester without exceeding the 150% permitted. If students will only attend part-time during that payment period, they may submit an appeal for review by the SAP Committee. If it is determined that they can complete the term without exceeding 183 hours, they will be placed on probation for the semester, during which time they may receive Title IV funds.
Graduate Students: The number of credit hours a graduate student attempts also may not exceed 150% of the number of credit hours required for graduation in his or her program of study, as published in the University catalog. For example, if the published number of hours required for graduation is 36, a student may not attempt more than 54 credit hours (36 x 150% = 54) and continue to receive financial aid. (Thirty-six credit hours is the average number of credits required for the various graduate programs, which range from 30 to 42). All periods of enrollment as a graduate student will be considered, even those for which the student did not receive financial aid as well as hours transferred in from another school. If the credits required for a specific program are greater than 36, because the students’ program require additional coursework, exceptions may be considered on a case-by-case basis.
3. Enrollment Status
Students must successfully complete a minimum of 70% of all attempted course work. If the number of completed hours (cumulative) drops below 70% of attempted hours, the student will no longer be eligible for financial aid. They will receive one warning period to attempt to right themselves, after that they may submit an appeal for review of a possible probationary period for one more semester.
1. If a student attempts (registers for) 30 credit hours in an academic year, he or she must complete a minimum of 21 credit hours for the year.
Note: All partial credit hours will be rounded down to the nearest hour.
2. If at the end of the second year a student has attempted 60 credit hours, he or she must have completed a minimum of 42 credit hours (60 x 70% = 42) to be making SAP.
Attempted hours include all registered hours per semester whether or not the student earns a grade or receives credit. The following are considered hours attempted, but not completed:
a) “F” grades for undergraduate students
b) “D” or “F” grades for graduate students
c) “W” or withdrawal from courses
d) “UW” or unofficial withdrawals from courses
e) “I” or incomplete
Completed hours include all semester hours for which the student earns a grade:
a) “A” through “D” grades for undergraduate students
b) “A” through “C” grades for graduate students
c) All transfer hours completed
d) Remedial courses count as earned if passed, but the grade does not count toward the calculation of GPA.
Repeat courses that have been passed and retaken may not count as earned credits for financial aid purposes and should be taken in addition to the number of credits used to determine a student’s financial aid award. Audited courses are not considered enrolled hours when determining financial aid eligibility.
In accordance with federal regulations, the standard is “cumulative” and credits earned without the receipt of financial aid or at other institutions must be counted. These policies may be appealed on a case-by-case basis for students with extenuating circumstances or a qualifying disability. Disabilities must be documented with the Coordinator of Services for Students with Disabilities in the Student Support Center (ST 206F). Each request for appeal, and the supporting documentation, will be carefully considered by the Financial Aid Review Committee.
After grades are posted at the end of each semester, the Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships will review the SAP progress of every enrolled student, regardless of whether or not they received financial aid. Students will be reviewed to ensure that they are meeting the following criteria:
1. Cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher (undergraduates) or Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher (graduates).
2. Successful completion of at least 70% of all attempted course work for all periods of enrollment (cumulative), even those for which the student did not receive financial aid.
3. Total attempted hours does not exceed 150% of the published length of the program of study.
Financial Aid Warning and Financial Aid Probation
A student will be placed on financial aid warning for one semester immediately following a payment period when they are determined to be in an ineligible SAP status for the first time. Students on financial aid warning may continue to receive assistance under the Title IV programs for one payment period despite a determination that they are not making SAP. Financial Aid Warning Status may be assigned without an appeal or other action by the student, and should be used by the student to attempt to correct their ineligible status.
Students may be placed on financial aid probation as a result of an appeal. An appeal may only be approved for one semester. A student on Financial Aid Probation may receive Title IV program funds for one payment period. Further, while students are on financial aid probation, the SAP Committee may require them to fulfill specific terms and conditions such as taking a reduced course load or enrolling in specific courses. At the end of one payment period on financial aid probation, they must meet the SAP standards to qualify for further Title IV program funds. If students would be unable to correct their ineligible status by the end of a one semester probation, they may complete an Academic Plan to extend the time they are allowed to be on financial aid probation. They must meet the requirements of the academic plan by the end of the approved time frame. Students may not request a second probationary period based on the same extenuating circumstance.
Financial Aid Suspension
In the event students do not meet the requirements for SAP after one warning period, or a probationary period resulting from appeal, they will be placed on financial aid suspension for the following semester. This means that the student will not be eligible for any type of federal, state or institutional aid until he or she returns to satisfactory academic progress.
Students who have been placed on Financial Aid Suspension, because they do not meet the GPA or Enrollment Status requirements, may do the following if they decide not to appeal, or if their appeal is not approved:
• Students may attend the next semester without Title IV aid or apply for alternative loans to cover their balance.
• If at the end of that semester the student meets the SAP requirements, they may submit an appeal to have their aid reinstated for the following semester.
• Students will be reviewed again at the end of each semester to determine if they meet the SAP requirements and eligibility for aid will be reviewed during the regular review process.
Conditions for Reinstatement and Appeal Process
Students whose eligibility for financial aid has been terminated may appeal the decision, in writing, to the Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships if they believe that they had extenuating circumstances that led to their unsatisfactory progress. The student must fully complete and submit the signed Suspension Appeal form explaining the reasons they failed to make SAP. Students must also describe what has changed in their situation that will allow them to demonstrate SAP at the next evaluation. The SAP Review Committee will review each appeal and notify students in writing of the decision. A completed form must include:
1. A letter from the student documenting the extenuating circumstances. For example, personal illness or medical problems, death in the family, etc. This letter should provide a detailed explanation of the situation.
2. If the student has exceeded the maximum time frame and is appealing based on a change of major, a second major or an additional degree, he or she should state the reason for the change and indicate the number of hours remaining to be taken in the new major. The student must also have his or her academic advisor complete the advisor section of the form indicating the number of credit hours required for the major or degree and the number of hours remaining.
3. The student’s name, T Number and email address.
The status of each aid recipient will be monitored for satisfactory academic progress and written notification will be sent to the last known address of those students who are placed on Financial Aid Suspension.
Students who fail to complete the requirements for a degree or certificate within 150% of the normal, published timeframe are entitled to submit an appeal for an extension. The SAP Review Committee may grant timeframe extensions under certain circumstances.
A student may request an exception to any of the above policies, due to extenuating circumstances, including disability, by submitting an appeal to the Financial Aid & Scholarships Office. The appeal must include a letter of explanation with supporting documentation and the completed Suspension Appeal form. Documentation for a low GPA should include a letter from the appropriate academic advisor. Documentation for low percentage of completion (at least 70%) should be in line with the cause of the low hours. An appeal may be approved for one semester only. If it will take longer than one semester for students to meet the SAP requirements, an Academic Plan will be required.
Examples of exceptions that may be made on a case-by-case basis include situations such as: a documented disability or serious illness, death in the family, change of major, remedial courses taken as preparatory coursework, or other unexpected and extenuating circumstances that can be appropriately documented. Verification of disability should be provided to the Committee by the Coordinator of Services for Students with Disabilities. The Coordinator of Services for Students with Disabilities may recommend that the Committee grant an extension if such is among the reasonable accommodations that would be appropriate for the student.
Each request for an exception is reviewed anonymously by the SAP Review Committee, and will be carefully considered based solely on the individual situation presented by the student and the supporting documentation provided. Before the appeal is presented to the Committee, it is stripped of all personally identifying information about the student who has appealed. The Committee will make its decision based solely on the information presented. It is the intent of the Committee to review each appeal fairly and justly, and the committee will not use information presented in the appeal to discriminate in any way on age, national origin, disability, sex, religion, or any other legally recognized category.
Students will be notified in writing of the status of their appeal, including an explanation that supports the determination of the committee.
Scholarships and awards are made to new, transfer and continuing students. To be eligible for scholarships all students must be admitted to Southern Utah University and may be required to complete a scholarship application. Details on award amounts vary by department and donor. Students receiving scholarships must complete a minimum of 24 semester hours per academic year (at least 12 credit hours each semester) and meet the GPA requirements of their award. The types of scholarships available include: Academic, Departmental, Leadership, Multicultural, Presidential Ambassador, Talent, Athletics, and Non-Resident. Please see http://www.suu.edu for the scholarship deadlines for new, continuing and transfer students. Early applications are encouraged and scholarships will be awarded on an ongoing basis each year. Please note that all scholarships are to be used for undergraduate credits only, unless offered by a graduate program.
All students are automatically considered for all institutional scholarships upon admission provided all admissions paperwork is complete prior to the deadline. Continuing students are considered based on coursework completed prior to the deadline.
Academic Scholarship recipients are selected based on a cumulative GPA and ACT/SAT score. Students maintain scholarship eligibility for multi-year awards based upon academic performance. Recipients may receive two to four year awards that are between $1,000 and $5,000 per year for Utah residents, and between $5,250 and $16,000 per year for Non-Residents.
Departmental Scholarships are awarded by the academic departments to deserving students. Eligibility requirements include a completed Admissions and Scholarship Application or on the Continuing Student Scholarship Application. Students must specify their area of interest and demonstrate exceptional knowledge within the academic department.
Leadership Scholarships are awarded to first-time freshman and transfer students with outstanding leadership ability that have excelled in student governments, club organizations, community services, and other co-curricular activities. A minimum GPA of 3.0 is required for scholarship consideration. Leadership scholarships are based on GPA , ACT/SAT scores, and the leadership resume, which is the Scholarship Application. Recipients may receive between $1,000 and $5,000 per year for four years.
Multicultural Scholarships are awarded to first-time freshman and transfer students. Recipients will receive between $1,000 and $5,000 per year for four years. Students will maintain scholarship eligibility for multi-year awards based upon academic performance.
Presidential Ambassador Scholarships
Presidential Ambassador Scholarships are awarded to outstanding leaders who have excelled in school, community and personal leadership.
Terrel H. Bell Teaching Incentive Loans
Terrel H. Bell Teaching Incentive Loans are awarded for eight semesters of study to deserving Utah high school graduates who are entering the teaching profession in the state of Utah and who maintain a 2.75 GPA. These scholarships provide for payment of tuition and fees. Interested high school students should contact their principal or superintendent as needed about the scholarship. Interested transfer or continuing students may contact SUU’s Education Department at (435) 865-8320.
Talent Scholarships are awarded to exceptional performing students in the areas of music, dance, drama, debate, journalism, art and rodeo. Departments usually require applicants to audition or submit special information to be considered for a talent scholarship.
The following is a list of contacts:
Athletic scholarships are awarded by SUU athletic coaches. For more specific information on SUU’s athletic scholarships, contact:
|Track and Field
Non-Resident Tuition Reduction Programs
Western Undergraduate Exchange Waivers
WUE waivers are awarded to students from participating states, listed on the scholarship application, based on GPA and ACT/SAT scores. WUE recipients pay approximately 1.5 times the amount of Utah resident tuition. The credit hours earned as a WUE student may not be counted toward residency status. Funding for the WUE waivers is limited.
Senate Bill 20 Waivers
SB20 waivers are awarded to students from other states that live within 100 miles of SUU and are based on GPA and ACT/SAT scores. The amount of the waiver is approximately 50 percent of the non-resident tuition. Funding for SB20 waivers is limited.
Endowed Scholarships and Grant-In-Aid
A complete listing of Endowed Scholarships and Grants-In- Aid are available below.
Refunds: Students who withdraw and have paid their tuition and fees through personal funds may be entitled to receive a partial refund according to the SUU tuition and fee refund schedule. Tuition and fees that were paid through Federal and or Institutional funding (financial aid, scholarships, waivers, etc.) will be refunded to the specific programs according to Federal and Institutional policies.
Repayment: Students who withdraw may be required to repay a portion of the financial aid advanced to them for living expenses, educational expenses other than tuition, fees and school services. Repayment will be calculated in accordance with the repayment formula established by Federal regulations.
Repayments to any federal financial aid program may not exceed those disbursed from that program, and will be repaid in the following priority order: (1) Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loan, (2) Subsidized Federal Stafford Loan, (3)Federal Perkins Loan, (4) Federal Plus Loan, (5) Federal Pell Grant, (6) Federal SEOG.
Repayment of Title IV Funds must be made within 45 days of the official notice of “repayment obligation”. If arrangements are not made before 45 days this information will be turned over to the SUU Collection Office. Any student loans you have borrowed (Stafford, Perkins, or alternative) will go into immediate repayment through your lender.
Is There Help Available?
SUU offers a payment plan for students desiring to pay their institutional charges in monthly installments. Please visit the Cashier’s website or call (435) 586-7720 for additional information.
SUU’s Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships is ready to help students complete the application process. Please contact the office with concerns and questions. They are committed to making this process as simple as possible.
The Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships is located in Room 167 of the Sharwan Smith Center (435) 586-7735.
Jan Carey-McDonald - Director
Shauna Fay - Associate Director
Alene Laursen - Counselor
Heather Shober - Counselor
Nellie Lee - Counselor
Malinda Rhodes - Counselor
Jared Hallows - Technology Specialist
Graeson Keisel - Financial Aid Officer
Endowed Scholarships and Grants-In-Aid
General Scholarships and Endowments
The Betty & Haze Hunter Limited Family Partnership Endowment offers a scholarship to a student in need.
The Belliston Family Foundation Scholarship will be awarded to students who have served an honorable LDS mission and who are goal oriented, hard working, honest, and exemplify pioneer values. This scholarship will go to a male or female who have a financial need.
The Bennion Service Scholarship. Student displaying significant community and civic engagement.
The Bennion/Wallace Scholarship Endowment. “Dr. Lew and Nola Wallace expressed an interest in establishing a scholarship endowment with both the Bennion and Wallace names because of their long friendship with President Steven and Marjorie Bennion and their admiration for the writings and influence of President Bennion’s father and grandfather, Lowell L. Bennion and Milton Bennion.” Scholarship awards should be focused on attracting students to SUU who display scholastic promise and who may have financial need (financial need is not a requirement). The selection of the recipient(s) will be made by the SUU Advancement Office in coordination with the Bennion family.
The Bernon & Irene Smith Scholastic Endowment. To be awarded to a student of academic excellence.
The Bertha Stromberg Scholarship was funded by family and friends of Bertha in honor of her 100th birthday, December 2010. Bertha Stromberg attended BNS in 1932. The scholarship will be awarded by the SUU Financial Aid Office to a worthy student.
The Doug Christensen Memorial/Journalism Scholarship. To be awarded to outstanding students of the Thunderbird Newspaper and to recruit students to the program.
The CHS Class of ‘84 Scholarship was set up by the alumni of Cedar High School to award an outstanding student who is a son or daughter of a member of the CHS class of 1984. Financial need is a consideration.
The Clara Creer & Perry Driggs Scholarship. To provide a general academic scholarship to a worthy student.
The Cline & Jane Dahle Scholarship. To help students not otherwise qualified for scholarships including those with lower GPA’s who need extra support to stay in school and complete their education.
The Daniels Opportunity Scholarship. To be awarded to a non-traditional student of at least 25 years or a GED recipient. Student must be a Utah resident and citizen/permanent resident of the US, eligible to receive a Pell Grant, and have a minimum 2.0 GPA. To reapply for the second year, student must have a minimum 2.5 GPA.
The David A. and LaRee B. Rees Scholarship Endowment awards $2,000.00 annually. The selection committee shall include a Rees family representative. The purpose is to award a non-traditional student from rural Utah with a minimum 3.5 GPA.
The Dr. W. C. Swanson Family Foundation Endowment Scholarship awards deserving rural, non-traditional and/or minority students.
The Elizabeth “Bessie” Shurtz Memorial Endowment was established and funded by Dr. Alex and Bessie Oblad in memory of Mrs. Oblad’s mother. Scholarships are awarded to worthy female students from southern Utah of junior or senior standing.
The Ernest Hungate Burgess Endowed Scholarship awards outstanding students attending the University.
The Eva Frampton & Howard R. Driggs Endowment. To be selected by the University President or in the area most needed.
The General Frank Dalley Scholarship. To be awarded to a member of the Army National Guard 222nd Battalion who is enrolled in SUU’s Army ROTC program.
The George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Scholarship. Awarded to the best students in each college selected by the Dean of the College; students from the intermountain west, preferably Utah.
The Harris and Lucille Hinton Gubler Memorial Endowment awards an outstanding student from Hurricane High School with a minimum GPA of 3.0.
The Jack and Evelyn Carter Endowment, established by Jack and Evelyn Carter is for a worthy student to be selected in coordination with the Advancement Office.
The Jacobson Service & Learning Endowment. A scholarship to be awarded by the director of the Service & Learning Center or funds to be used in the Service and Learning Program.
The John & Cleopha LeBaron Endowment Scholarship will award a graduate(s) of Hurricane, Dixie or Cedar High School who achieve and maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0.
The Kumen and Naida Gardner Scholarship. To be awarded to outstanding students where the university has the greatest need.
The L J Mecham Family Scholarship is to award outstanding students from Bryce Valley High School who will attend SUU.
The Lawrence Keith and Ora B. Gates Scholarship Endowment gives preference to a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, who is from a community south of Juab County and who is the child of a single parent; preferences are listed in the order of importance.
The Lehi Willard and Henrietta Lunt Jones Scholarship Endowment was funded by the Jones family to provide scholarship assistance to SUU students.
The Mark Leany Memorial Endowment was established for worthy students in the SUU rodeo program.
The Mary Lou Pendleton Jolley Endowment is to award deserving students.
The Masonic Lodge Foundation Endowment is a general scholarship awarded to an outstanding student in need.
The Maxine Stolk Memorial Scholarship. Set up by Maxine’s friends in memory of her many years of service at Southern Utah University.
The Melling Dover Pioneer Scholarship will be awarded to students who maintain at least a 2.0 GPA. Preference will be given to those students who can demonstrate that they are descendants of the original pioneer families of Cedar City, Utah as listed on the Cedar City monument known as “Old Sorrel Statue”.
The Michael Keith Noel Memorial Scholarship was established by Michael’s family & friends. It is awarded to a Beaver County student.
The Miles Day and Mary Taylor Morris Endowment Scholarship is for a student in need of financial support to complete their education.
The Mitchell and Gaona Olds Schoppmann Endowment. Interest from this fund provides a scholarship for a descendant of Duard and Betty Lou Schoppmann or Clark A. and Mona B. Olds.
The Questar Corporation Educational Foundation Scholarships are awarded in the School of Business, and College of Science and Engineering.
The Rocky Mountain Power Foundation Scholarship. To be awarded to students from a hometown located in a rural community within the six-state region served by PacifiCorp (Utah, California, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, and Wyoming). Students must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and demonstrate a financial need.
The Retta Judd Gale Scholarship. To be awarded to students graduating from North Sevier High School.
The Rick and Peg Young Scholarship is to assist single mothers who have a financial need. They must have one or more children living in the home, attend class on a regular basis, and finish each academic year in the top 33% of their class.
The Rodney R. Hawes Scholarship. To provide scholarships to students with lower GPA’s in need of encouragement and showing promise.
The Roy W. and Elizabeth E. Simmons Scholarship. Awarded to a single working mother with at least one child at home who demonstrates a financial need and maintains at least a 3.0 GPA.
The Royden C. Braithwaite Endowment, funded by Mr. and Mrs. L.S. Skaggs is to honor President Emeritus Royden C. Braithwaite. These awards are presented to outstanding students selected by the SUU Scholarship Committee who are economically, physically or mentally disadvantaged, who have a proven record of academic achievement of at least a 2.5 GPA.
The Ruth Ipson Cannon Scholarship is to award a freshman from Garfield County student. First preference is given to a student majoring in Education with financial need.
The Scott M., Ruth C.and Lois Urie Scholarship Endowment is to award working students one-half tuition and fees. The student cannot be receiving additional scholarship support.
The Spencer W. Kimball Endowment. Established by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to honor President Kimball for his interest in the education of Native Americans, this scholarship is to be awarded to qualified Native American students.
The Steven D. & Marjorie Bennion Scholarship. To be awarded to a student in need.
The Study Abroad Scholarship. To provide scholarships to students in Southern Utah University’s Study Abroad program.
The SUU Board of Trustees Endowment is funded by members of the Board of Trustees and awarded to an outstanding student of junior class standing.
The SUU Emeriti Endowment. Established and funded by Southern Utah University Emeriti, this awards funds to an outstanding student.
The SUU Faculty Senate Scholarship is funded by the faculty and given to a worthy student.
The SUU Staff Association Endowment Scholarship. It is funded by the members of the Staff Association, awards two one-half tuition scholarships to continuing students with a GPA of 3.0 or above.
The Thunderbird Olympus High School Scholarship is to award a deserving student graduate of Olympus High who completes an SUU scholarship application, demonstrates a minimum GPA of 2.5, and is admitted as a full time student.
The Utah Division of Indian Affairs Endowment. To be awarded to Native American students who are residents of the State of Utah.
The Valerie P. Imlay Memorial Scholarship is to award a woman with children at home who has come back to school and who demonstrates unusually difficult circumstances.
The Walter K. Granger Endowment funded by the Granger estate, this provides a scholarship for a returning LDS missionary at SUU or to an SUU student with a profound interest in government or conservation.
The Wayne & Maria Smith Scholarship is for students from Iron County.
The William Arthur and Blanche Corry Jones General Scholarship. Awarded to an outstanding student to be selected by the president.
The Zaphiropoulos Scholarship Endowment. Established in the name of Renn and Marie Zaphiropoulos, this scholarship is awarded to an outstanding student in study abroad.
The Zions Bank Founders Scholarship. Zion’s Bank established this fund in honor of the bank’s founder, Brigham Young, and his 200th birthday. This program will annually award a four year scholarship to a Utah high school student based on scholarship, citizenship and community involvement. Applicants must have graduated from high school within three months from the time of application, have a minimum of 3.0 GPA, submit a letter of recommendation from a teacher or administrator of their respective high school and a one page letter to SUU addressing why they should be considered for this scholarship.
School of Business
The A.W. Stephenson Tribute Endowment. Funded by students, friends, and family of Professor Stephenson as a tribute to his dedicated service, this award is given to a student in the School of Business.
The Arthur W. & Skylar S. Hatfield Scholarship. This award is for an outstanding student in the Master’s of Accountancy Program, preferably a married student.
The Arthur & Ina Leigh Gardner Endowment. To be awarded to a student going into banking.
The Bradshaw Chevrolet/Buick/GEO Scholarship Endowment awards outstanding students from the school of business.
The Bradshaw, Smith & Company Accounting Scholarship is to award outstanding Junior or Senior students majoring in Accounting with a minimum 3.0 GPA and who have a financial need.
The Christian D. Ronnow Endowment. To be awarded to an outstanding student from the School of Business.
The Claron and Claudia Bradshaw Endowment. To be awarded to an outstanding student in Education or Business.
The Deloitte Scholarship is to award outstanding Junior or Senior students who are majoring in Accounting with a minimum 3.0 GPA and who have a financial need.
The Dr. Denise Woodbury Memorial Scholarship Endowment was set up to preserve the memory and accomplishments of Dr. Denise Woodbury who was a business professor at SUU. This scholarship will award three advanced business students annually, a junior, a senior and a graduate student.
The Eccles First Security Foundation Scholarship awards finance majors.
The Estel L. and Leah M. Wright Scholarship. Alternating every year to award an outstanding student in the computer science field or the business department.
The Gary Giles Scholarship, in honor of Professor Giles, is awarded to an outstanding accounting student with financial need.
The H J Associates Scholarship is to be awarded to a student in the MAcc program.
The Hazen & Phyllis Cooley Endowment funded by Mr. Cooley, his family and friends is awarded to outstanding students of the University majoring in Business.
The HintonBurdick Scholarship is funded by Hinton Burdick CPA’s and Advisors, and is to award outstanding accounting students who have a financial need. Student has to be accepted into the SUU MAcc program with a GPA above a 3.5. Student must be full time and from a high school within Iron or Washington County, or from Virgin Valley, Moapa Valley, Pahranagat Valley or Lincoln County high schools in Nevada.
The Loren A. Whetten Endowment. Funded by his children Lance L. Whetten and Linda W. Wilson and their families, is to provide a scholarship to a deserving student in the School of Business, showing promise in accounting.
The Maeser & Ruth G. Dalley Scholarship. To provide scholarships in the school of Business.
The Masonic Foundation Endowment established by the foundation, is awarded to outstanding students in business.
The Master of Accountancy Scholarship. To award students getting a Masters in Accountancy.
The Mary Taylor Morris Scholarship Endowment, established by her mother, Alice Broderson is a business scholarship for students with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Financial need may be a consideration.
The Paul & Olga Beck Memorial Endowment established by the family of Mr. & Mrs. Beck, awards an outstanding student in the School of Business.
The Piercy Bowler Taylor & Kern Scholarship is to award juniors or first year MAcc students (to help in recruiting); they will accept a senior only if the student is committed to get a MAcc.
The Renee West Scholarship. Awarded to an outstanding female student who is majoring in Business and who is a junior or senior business major, resident or non-resident full time student, scholarship for tuition and fees, the selection process is to include the department head and a donor representative.
The Robert McKee Sevy Memorial Scholarship. In memory of Robert McKee Sevy and is to be awarded to a student in Accounting.
The School of Business National Advisory Board Scholarship is to award outstanding students in the School of Business.
The Scott H. Dunham Endowment-B. Awarded to a student majoring in business that has a need of a scholarship and will be awarded by the Dean of the college, this scholarship was funded by Mr. Scott H. Dunham, The Herbst Foundation, Inc., and The Mervyn L. Brenner Foundation, Inc.
The State Bank of Southern Utah Scholarship Endowment. This endowment will be awarded to deserving students from the School of Business majoring in Business.
The Tanner LC Accounting Scholarship. To be awarded to an accounting student.
The W. Boyd and Jean C. Christensen Endowment Scholarship is awarded to a deserving student in the School of Business who demonstrates personal integrity and a GPA of a 3.3 or above.
The William and Ella B. Leigh Endowment. This scholarship was funded by a member of the University’s first graduating class, awarded to a one of the top Business School students.
The Wilson Naegle and Agatha Day Lunt Endowment. Funded by the late Lanell and Lucy Lunt to honor their family members, this scholarship is awarded to a student in the business department.
The Zaphiropoulos Scholarship Endowment. Established in the name of Renn and Marie Zaphiropoulos, this scholarship is awarded to an outstanding student in business.
College of Education
The Alice S. & Ianthus Wright Endowed Scholarship is awarded to a student from the College of Education.
The Barbara Belle McFarlane Jones Endowment is to award a deserving Senior majoring in Elementary Education and specializing in Music Education.
The Beverley Taylor Sorenson Scholarship Endowment is to award students participating in the Arts in Education Program at SUU and majoring in Education to become teachers.
The Claron and Claudia Bradshaw Endowment was established by Claron Bradshaw to award outstanding students from the departments of education and business.
The D. Claude and Martha J. Urie Memorial Endowment Scholarship is awarded to a student from the College of Education.
The Dr. Craig S. Morrison Endowment Scholarship. To be awarded to deserving physical education majors. Must keep a 3.0 GPA.
The Dr. Gwyn R. Clark Endowed Scholarship awards deserving students in the College of Education.
The Dr. Jean Reeve Endowed Scholarship is awarded to a physically educated person who has learned skills necessary to perform a variety of physical activities, does participate regularly in physical activity, is physically fit, knows the implications of and the benefits from involvement in physical activities, and values physical activity and its contributions to a healthful lifestyle.
The Dr. Reese P. Maughan Endowed Scholarship is awarded to students in the area of secondary education.
The Doris Williamson Endowment Scholarship. Established by Doris Williamson to be used for an education major.
The Edna L. Maughan Memorial Scholarship was funded by the family of Dr. Maughan to award students in the department of elementary education.
The Florence B. Donnell Endowment Scholarship. Set up by the Donnell Family, this scholarship is awarded to a deserving student in family life and human development.
The Florine H. Major Family Scholarship Endowment is awarded to an outstanding junior or senior student from the department of education. The student selected would preferably be a single parent who shows extraordinary promise as a teacher.
The Frances Ferrin Scholarship goes to a student in the College of Education with a strong interest in Sewing.
The Grant W. & Helen P. Stott Scholarship Endowment is to award a deserving student(s) in the College of Education, department of family development.
The Hazel Dalley Granger Endowment. To be awarded to a promising student going into education or singing.
The Jan Harrison Memorial Scholarship is to award outstanding students in Music and Education.
The Jason Ted Jensen Scholarship is not to award a top student, but is to award a student in the College of Education, obtaining a teaching certificate, who has displayed a sincere desire to learn and who would possibly not otherwise have the opportunity. The selected student should display a very original approach to teaching and life and have the desire to better the education system through their attitude and service to their profession.
The Joseph J. Lopour Endowment. To be awarded to a Junior or Senior student majoring in Physical Education with a minimum 3.0 GPA.
The Larry & Joan Dahle Endowed Scholarship awards students from the College of Education and based upon need and to be a successful educator.
The Lori Jean Stoker Eyre Scholarship. Set up in her memory by her family, the fund provides a scholarship to an outstanding student in education.
The Lucy Mitchell Lunt Endowment. Funded by the late Mr. and Mrs. Lanell Lunt, this award is to be given to a student in the area of elementary education.
The Mary Muir Dunham Endowment - E was established by Mr. Scott Dunham in memory of his wife, who was a student at SUU. It is awarded to outstanding students in recognition of their potential as great teachers. The criteria of the award are need and scholarship. It was funded by Mr. Scott H. Dunham, The Herbst Foundation, Inc., and The Mervyn L. Brenner Foundation, Inc.
The Myers Family Endowment. This fund will be used either for scholarships to incoming freshman from Milford or Beaver majoring in elementary or special education. This money can also establish a distinguished chair in the College of Education.
The Nevada Watson Driggs Scholarship Endowment, established by David and Sabey Driggs Pingree in memory of Sabey’s mother, Nevada Watson Driggs, is to award a deserving young woman majoring in education, based on financial need.
The Phi Delta Kappa Teacher Education Endowment was established by Dr. Kent Myers and Rulon Woodbury for a student in education who demonstrates a potential for becoming an outstanding teacher.
The Phyllis Richins Scholarship awards one or more students enrolled in the block classes in Education; to assist students with the expenses associated with practicum experience; aid those with greater financial need; applicants must submit a one page paper explaining their academic journey, and why they are a deserving candidate; awards a senior with a desirable GPA.
The Winell Dalley Harrison Memorial/Dalley Family Scholarship Endowment awards an outstanding student in elementary or secondary education. The intent of this scholarship is to ensure that the recipients pursue a career choice in education.
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
The Alva and Zella Matheson Endowment was established by Alva and Zella Matheson for a student majoring in history with an emphasis in local pioneer history.
The Brent Richey Memorial Scholarship is to award a student who epitomizes the commitment to excellence and enthusiasm for Journalism as Brent Richey. This can be an incoming freshman or a student already working for the journal at SUU who displays a desirable work ethic and ability. Financial need will be a consideration.
The Carl E. and Esther V. Jepson Endowments. Interest from these funds provide a scholarship in Broadcast Communication in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
The Carlson Family Endowment. To be awarded to an outstanding continuing Spanish student. The student must have financial need and maintain a 3.2 GPA.
The Carolyn & Edward Rondthaler Prize in Psychology. To be awarded to the senior student majoring in psychology with the highest cumulative GPA; they must have completed at least 60 credit hours at SUU, 20 hours in psychology and be a full time student.
The Deseret Media Companies/KSL Broadcast Journalism Scholarship funds full tuition for one semester or 1/2 tuition for fall and spring; for a student pursuing a degree in communications with an emphasis in Broadcast Journalism who shows the greatest desire , aptitude and ability to practice journalism, that follows the professional standards and principles adhered to by the KSL News division; the student must complete an application including a performance reel to be reviewed by the broadcast journalism faculty; minimum 3.0 GPA; must have at least one semester left in the program, must show evidence of quality reporting and producing that demonstrates professionalism & ethical standards and the student will be expected to attend a banquet given by the Deseret Media Company.
The Dr. Harold R. Hickman Endowment. To be awarded to a student majoring in Communications.
The E. Leon Chidester Family Scholarship Endowment is awarded to deserving junior or senior students majoring in Spanish.
The Elva Hatch Communication Scholarship. This scholarship is awarded to outstanding students in communication. Recipients are chosen by the department of communication.
The Eugene Woolf and David Lee Scholarship is funded by professors Gene Woolf and David Lee for a worthy student in the department of language and literature.
The Joseph Howard Maughan Scholarship was established by Mrs. Hattie Maughan and is to be awarded to students in English.
The J.H. Plummer Memorial Endowment established by family and friends of Professor Plummer, awards a student in the language department.
The Jane Tripp Doran History and Literature Scholarship Endowment is to award a junior or senior student majoring in History or Literature. Student preferred to be a single mother with at least one child living in the home or a female student and also to a student who has not previously graduated nor holds a degree in any other discipline.
The Kay Cook Memorial Scholarship is funded by friends of Kay Cook and is to award students in English or Literature.
The Mary Lunt Endowment Scholarship was established in memory of Mary Lunt, who worked at SUSC as the personal assistant to President Royden Braithwaite, to award a student studying English, Foreign Language, Humanities, Political Science or Criminal Justice.
The Patrick Shukait Memorial Scholarship awards one student annually who needs financial assistance preparing applications for graduate school: full-time student with minimum 3.0 GPA- Senior Political Science major in good standing; to be awarded by the chair of the Political Science Department in consultation with the Political Science faculty.
The Political Science & Criminal Justice Scholarship is to award a student who it at least a sophomore with a minimum 3.25 GPA and who is majoring in Political Science and/or Criminal Justice.
The Salt Lake Tribune for Aspiring Journalists Scholarship is to award outstanding students in newspaper journalism. Students must provide a resume of experience, a transcript of courses at the college, three letters of recommendation, a personal statement providing context for the applicant’s qualifications, and a portfolio of journalistic work.
The Scott H. Dunham Endowment - H. This scholarship is awarded to students in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. It was funded by Mr. Scott H. Dunham, The Herbst Foundation, Inc., and The Mervyn L. Brenner Foundation, Inc.
The Georgia Beth Thompson Scholarship. Funded by Georgia Beth and the late Richard Thompson, this scholarship is awarded to non-traditional students (primarily women) enrolled as social science majors.
The Walt and Mary McCulley Scholarship Endowment. This fund provides a scholarship to a qualified student in English.
The William and Claire B. Jones Endowment, established by Mrs. Jones and her children, will be used to fund scholarships to students majoring in Behavioral and Social Sciences. The basic criteria will be scholarship and need.
College of Performing and Visual Arts
The Abbott and Costello Vaudeville Scholarship is offered by Vaudeville Variety Show and is to award students who have exhibited outstanding service and a willingness to explore new opportunities in the performing arts.
The Afton A. Richards Endowed Scholarship is awarded to an outstanding student in the theatre arts department, based on academic and theatrical achievement and need, and shall be a female student.
The Ann Tully and Larry Whitesell Scholarship. Established by Ann Tully and Larry Whitesell, this scholarship is to be awarded to outstanding students in the area of theatre education each summer as part of the Actor Training Program.
The Anson Charles Arnett Scholarship. Awarded to an outstanding student in the Bachelor of Arts program in need of financial assistance for art supplies.
The Beth Leigh Memorial Endowment. Given to honor Mrs. Leigh by her family and friends, this scholarship goes to an outstanding student of piano and a student going into Music.
The Blaine H. Johnson Vocal Scholarship is provided by Bruce and Karen Johnson, in honor of their father who taught at SUU for many years. The purpose is to award a promising student in the vocal program in the College of Performing and Visual Arts.
The “Bon Appetite” Music Scholarship is to award students majoring in Music.
The David W. and Beatrice C. Evans Shakespeare Festival Endowment Fund is for promising students in theatre arts.
The Edward & Carolyn Rondthaler Prize in Music will be awarded to the senior student majoring in music with the highest GPA; the recipient must have completed at least 60 credit hours at SUU, 20 credit hours in music and be a full time student.
The Fred C Adams Renaissance Man Scholarship Endowment is to award outstanding students in the College of Performing and Visual Arts who have a financial need.
The Gale & Alice Waite Performing and Visual Arts Scholarship is to award a tuition scholarship to one student majoring in theatre or dance.
The General Theatrical Supply Scholarship is to award a technical student in the TAD Program. The award selection will be made each year by a theatre scholarship committee including the President of General Theatrical Supply or their representatives. The scholarship will be given to a high school senior who will be selected by the committee and who chooses to attend Southern Utah University.
The H. Peyton Johnson Memorial Endowment. Funded by Mrs. Johnson in memory of her husband, this scholarship is awarded to a student in music.
The Hal K. and Joan D. Campbell Music Scholarship is to award an outstanding student in music, with preference to a married student supporting a child in the home.
The Hazel D. Granger Memorial Endowment. Awarded to a promising student vocalist or teacher, this scholarship is funded by Mrs. Granger’s estate.
The Hunter Cowan Memorial. To be awarded to students in Music.
The Joseph Howard Maughan Scholarship was established by Mrs. Hattie Maughan to award students in drama.
The Jan Harrison Memorial Scholarship is to award outstanding students in Music and Education.
The Jane Tripp Doran Theatre Scholarship Endowment is to award a Junior or Senior student majoring in Theatre. Student preferred to be a single mother with at least one child living in the home or a female student and also to a student who has not previously graduated nor holds a degree in any other discipline.
The Jay G. Thorley Memorial Endowment was funded by family and friends of Mr. Thorley to award to a student in the field of music.
The LaRae King Memorial Endowment was funded by family and friends of LaRae King in memory of her service to Southern Utah University and the community and awards to an outstanding student of art.
The Lauretta Perry Endowment. Interest from this fund provides a number of scholarships to qualified students in dance.
The LaVeve P. Whetten Memorial Scholarship Endowment was established by the Whetten family and partially funded by the Faculty Staff Associated Women at SUU. It awards a worthy student in the College of Performing and Visual Arts.
The Lerin & Norma Porter Scholarship is to be awarded to a student in music based on musical ability and promise as well as financial need.
The Lucile L. Broadbent Endowment. Interest from this fund assists students studying art. The award may be continued if grades and standards are maintained. The scholarship is given under the direction of the art department.
The Mamie Gardner Barker Endowment. Provided by Dr. & Mrs. Arthur Wendel and Shirley Marie Maughan Gardner, the scholarship is awarded to students in the College of Performing and Visual Arts.
The Mary L. Bastow Distinguished Service Endowment. Awards are given in honor of Mary Bastow and her service to students of art.
The MellRee and Kay Anderson Scholarship is to award a student majoring in dance. First preference will be given to a male. Consideration will then be given to a new freshman or a student excelling in choreography.
The Melvin R. and Carmen R. Hepworth Endowment is to be awarded to students in the Music department.
The Michael and Jan Finlayson Endowment was established by the family to award an outstanding Utah Shakespeare Festival actor or actress.
The Michael and Susan Addison Endowment established in memory of Gene Chesley, is awarded to an outstanding person as design assistant for the Utah Shakespeare Festival.
The Mr. and Mrs. Lanell N. Lunt Family Shakespeare Endowment was funded by the late Mr. and Mrs. Lunt to award students interested in the Shakespearean Theatre.
The Music Education Scholarship is to be awarded to a student who is interested in becoming a conductor and is majoring in music.
The Music Festival Endowment was established by the Music Festival for a worthy student in music.
The Ralph & Naomi Fordham Platt Scholarship rotates between the music department and the department of engineering. This award is to help pay the applied instruction fee for music majors or the books and lab fees for an engineering student.
The Road Dog Technical Theater Scholarship. To be awarded to outstanding sophomore, junior, or senior students who have worked in the Technical Theater Department.
The Robert Berry & Bernella Elizabeth Snow Gardner Endowment. Provided by Dr. & Mrs. Arthur Wendel and Shirley Marie Maughan Gardner, this scholarship is awarded to students in the College of Performing and Visual Arts.
The Robert Snow Gardner & Lehi Robert Gardner Endowment. To be awarded to deserving students in the College of Performing and Visual Arts.
The Robin Lynn Bishop Memorial Endowment, established by family and friends, awards an outstanding woman of junior class standing studying theatre arts. Recipients are selected by the theatre arts faculty.
The Roy L. & Maude Halversen Endowment. Funded by family and friends of Professor Halversen, this award is to be given to a student of string instruments.
The San Christopher/Burch Mann Endowment. This scholarship is awarded to deserving students in dance.
The Shakespeare Festival Endowment awards scholarships to qualified and promising students in theatre arts.
The William Arthur and Blanche Corry Jones Arts Scholarship Endowment awards outstanding students in drama and music.
The William H. Manning Distinguished Service Endowment. Scholarships are awarded in memory of Professor Manning to a promising student in vocal music.
The Yergensen Brothers Endowment. This scholarship fund was established by Glen and Elden Yergensen; the interest from this fund provides scholarships to theatre arts students.
The Zaphiropoulos Scholarship Endowment. Established in the name of Renn and Marie Zaphiropoulos, this scholarship is awarded to an outstanding student in music.
College of Science and Engineering
The AMPAC Scholarship, provided each year by Western Electrochemical Company is to award, benefit and encourage WECCO employees and qualified children of WECCO employees interested in physical science and engineering. Recipients must have achieved junior or senior status. If there are no qualifying WECCO employees or employee family members, the recipients will be selected by the engineering department.
The Arthur & Ina Leigh Gardner Scholarship is to be awarded to a student in Nursing and Political Science.
The Austin M. and Magda Jones Endowment Scholarship is to award a scholarship in the College of Science and Engineering.
The Austin M. Jones Scholarship Endowment. To be awarded to a deserving student in the College of Science and Engineering. This scholarship will be awarded to a Junior or Senior majoring in Engineering. The student must have at least a 2.5 GPA, be dedicated and show good critical thinking skills.
The Benjamin C. Morrell Memorial Endowment Scholarship is offered to a chemistry major.
The Bert and Ada Carpenter Endowment. To be awarded to a student majoring in Nutrition.
The Biology Emeritus Endowment. Established by staff and friends of the science department to award biology students and to honor former instructors in the field.
The Bryce Canyon Natural History Association Scholarship is awarded to deserving science students studying agriculture, biology or geology.
The Building Industry Association Scholarship is awarded to construction technology students; they must be a member of the National Juniors Home Builders Association.
The Carl E. and Esther V. Jepson Endowments. Interest from these funds provide a scholarship for nutrition majors.
The Caroline Hunter Leigh Endowment. Provided by Dr. & Mrs. Arthur Wendel and Shirley Marie Maughan Gardner, the scholarship is awarded to students in the College of Science and Engineering.
The Charles Bennett Cooley Distinguished Service Endowment. Established by friends and family of Mr. Cooley, this scholarship is awarded to a student in the Technology Department.
The Charles B. Cooley Endowment funded by Darwin and Mildred Dailey, is to award students in construction technology.
The Charles Henrie & Grace Cutler Esplin Scholarship, provided by Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Wendel Gardner, is to award a student in livestock management.
The Charles William Douglas Memorial Nursing Scholarship is in memory of Bill Douglas, a nurse at Valley View Medical Center. It is to award nursing students who will practice in Iron County, someone who has lived in Iron County for five years, or a graduate of an Iron County high school, and has a stated commitment to Iron County.
The Conrad Hatch Physical Science Endowment was established in honor of Conrad Hatch to assist students in physical science, math, and computer science.
The D.C. Schmutz Endowment was established by the late Mrs. LaRue Schmutz to award students in life science.
The Darrell and Florence Matthews Scholarship funded by Professor Matthews, a former professor at SUU, is awarded to a student in agriculture.
The Daryl & Willma Halterman Endowment. To be awarded to a deserving freshman student in the department of Physical Science from Parowan High School.
The David & June Jeppson Nursing Scholarship is to award students in the nursing program.
The David and Mildred Sargent Endowment. Funded by family and friends of the Sargents, this scholarship is to be awarded to a student in the department of biology.
The Dr. David A. Dolowitz Endowment was established by Dr. Dolowitz to help outstanding students in the pre-medical, pre-dentistry, or pre-nursing field.
The Dr. J.S. Prestwich Memorial Endowment was funded by family and friends of Dr. Prestwich to honor him for his service to the University and the community. Scholarships are awarded to students in the field of premedicine.
The Dr. Jim Bowns Scholarship is to help students obtain their educations in Agriculture; the purpose is to award outstanding students who are majoring in Range Management.
The Dr. Leslie D. Burbidge Endowment. This scholarship is to be awarded to an outstanding student in Pre- Dentistry and will be selected by the Department of Biology.
The Dr. Reed W. & Ethel Farnsworth Endowment was funded to honor Dr. Farnsworth and his service to SUU and the community, this scholarship is to be given to a student in the field of pre-medicine.
The E. Lyman Munford Quasi Endowment Scholarship, funded in honor of the service of E. Lyman Munford, is to award an outstanding student(s) showing promise and commitment to graduation in design technology, CAD-CAM engineering or technology education.
The Estel L. and Leah M. Wright Scholarship. Alternating every year to award an outstanding student in the computer science field or the business department.
The Eugene Hardy Distinguished Service Endowment. This scholarship was established by colleagues and family of Professor Hardy in memory of his dedication to students in the field of technology. The award is given to a student in that area of study.
The Frances M. Christensen Endowment, established by Ms. Christensen in her estate, provides scholarships to students in nursing and family home life from North Sevier and North Sanpete High Schools.
The Frank and Bertha Petty Scholarship Endowment is to award outstanding Pre-Med students (including Pre-Nursing, Pre-Dentistry and Nutrition) and will be selected by the head of the Science Department.
The Frank J. Petty Scholarship is to award nutrition students in the College of Science and Engineering.
The George and Blanche LeBaron Endowment. Established by George and Blanche LeBaron this scholarship is to award students in physical science.
The Glen L. & Renee Halterman Scholarship awards outstanding students majoring in Agriculture.
The Ila Magleby Nursing Scholarship. It was established by family and friends in memory of Ila Magleby, to be awarded to a student in Nursing.
The IM Flash Technologies Scholarship is to award a full-time student in the Electronics Technology Program with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and who is a US citizen.
The Intermountain Power Agency Scholarship Endowment is to award students in the College of Science and Engineering in a field of study closely related to climate change, clean fuel technology or engineering.
The J. Randal Larson Scholarship recipient must have financial need and be majoring in biology, chemistry, geology or physics with at least a 3.0 GPA.
The Jack and Beverly Whiting Scholarship is awarded to a student majoring in nursing. The recipient must have a GPA of 3.0 and cannot receive any other financial assistance.
The John W. Christensen Endowment. Established by Mrs. John W. Christensen to be awarded to a student in science.
The Juergen H. Staudte Scholarship will be awarded to a deserving female student majoring in Engineering, with a GPA of 2.5 or above. She must be dedicated to the Engineering program and will be selected after showing her ability to create a successful project with her engineering skills.
The Lanell Naegle Lunt Endowment. Established by the late Lanell and Lucy Lunt, this endowment provides a scholarship for a student in the technology field.
The Lawrence C. Cooper Endowment was established by the family to award students in physical science and geology.
The Mark & Nedra Stephensen Technology Endowment awards scholarships to students majoring in Applied Technology.
The Merrell R. Jones Scholarship Endowment is in recognition of the service of Merrell R. Jones to SUU during the 1998-99 academic year. The recipients will be outstanding students in computer science.
The Michael K. Carter Memorial Scholarship Endowment. To award a graduate of Olympus High School or Cedar High School. They must demonstrate aptitude in the field of Math/Physics, be a declared Math/Physics major, and have a desire to teach Math/Physics in the public school system.
The Myron F. and Florence Higbee Endowment, established by Mrs. Higbee, is to help a student in the agricultural field (livestock).
The Parley Dalley Distinguished Service Endowment was funded by friends and family of Mr. Dalley to honor him for his service to SUU. Scholarships are awarded to students in the field of biology.
The Physical Science Emeritus Endowment. Established by professors in the physical sciences to award students in that field of study.
The Pre-Pharmacy Scholarship is provided by Don and Sylvia Bulloch and is awarded to a student going into Pharmacy.
The Ralph & Naomi Fordham Platt Scholarship rotates between the music department and the department of engineering. This award is to help pay the applied instruction fee for music majors or the books and lab fees for an engineering student.
The Reuben and Josephine Jones Endowment. Offered by Reuben and Josephine Jones, these scholarships are to award deserving students in the biology and physical science departments.
The Richard H. and Fern Heaton Leigh Endowment Scholarship will be awarded to a student showing promise in agriculture, with an emphasis in cattle.
The Robert P. Foster, Jr. Memorial Endowment is to award students in electronic engineering, technology or radio broadcasting showing good citizenship and financial need.
The Robert Snow Gardner & Lehi Robert Gardner Endowment. To be awarded to deserving nursing students in the College of Science and Engineering.
The Rodney Scott Eyre Memorial Endowment funded by family and friends in his memory, provides a book scholarship to a student in the field of agriculture. Rodney was a student at Beaver High School and first consideration will be given to a student from Beaver High School.
The Samuel Treharne & Mary Ann Hunter Leigh Endowment is to award a student majoring in Agriculture from the College of Science and Engineering.
The Scott H. Dunham Endowment - S. Awarded to a student in the science area, this scholarship endowment was funded by Mr. Scott H. Dunham, The Herbst Foundation, Inc., and The Mervyn L. Brenner Foundation, Inc.
The State Bank of Southern Utah Scholarship Endowment. This endowment will be awarded to deserving students majoring in Construction Management.
The Stephen R. Adams Memorial Scholarship. In memory of Stephen R. Adams and is to be awarded to a student in the Technology Department.
The V.R. Magleby Memorial Scholarship is awarded to an Agriculture student from South Sevier High School in Monroe, UT, demonstrating financial need. If not available, an agriculture student demonstrating financial need from any geographic location.
The Wilford and Elizabeth Day Memorial Endowment was funded by the daughters of the Days (Mrs. Arvilla D. Morris and Mrs. Lapriel Spencer) in memory of their parents and their interest in the growth and success of SUU. It is awarded to a student in the field of agriculture.
The William Naegle and Rosanna Lunt Endowment, established by the late Lanell and Lucy Lunt to honor their family members, is to award a student in the building-trades area.
The Wood Land & Livestock Scholarship is to be awarded by the SUU Agriculture Department to an agriculture major in memory of Jerry Wood set up by his son Lee Wood, family and friends.
All sports scholarships are within the guidelines of the NCAA, and are available to men and women athletes enrolled at SUU. Information on these scholarships is available through the Office of Intercollegiate Athletics.
The Bob Lunt Memorial Endowment. Funded by Mrs. Lunt to honor her husband and to award students from Basic High School in Henderson, Nevada, or a student from Clark County Schools in the athletic department. The criteria will be scholarship and need.
The Carlos Ray Yergensen Endowment. Established by Mr. and Mrs. Elden Yergensen in memory of their son, Ray, the scholarship is awarded to a student in the athletic program of the university, preferably in the football program.
The Cleo Petty Endowment. Funded by friends and former students of Cleo Petty to honor his dedicated service to students attending SUU, awarded to an outstanding basketball student.
The Craig S. Morrison Gymnastics Scholarship Endowment is to award a deserving athlete on the women’s gymnastics team. They must keep a 3.0 GPA, demonstrate a positive attitude, exhibit a strong work ethic and be dedicated to the gymnastics program.
The Dr. Bruce H. Osborne Football Scholarship awards students on the SUU Football team on an annual academic year basis in awards of approximately $1,000 annually beginning 2010 fall semester; Criteria: a. Must be a student in good standing on the SUU Football Team; b. Student from a small town in southern Utah; c. Student must maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5- preferably a good academic student; d. Display they have a good character.
The Dr. Greg Stauffer Athletic Scholarship Endowment is to award deserving students in Athletics to be selected by the Director of Athletics.
The Dr. Kathryn Berg Scholarship Endowment, funded by Dr. Berg, is to award to an outstanding female athlete.
The SUU Athletic Memorial Endowment Scholarship was set up to create a perpetual memorial to various loved ones who have participated in the Athletic Programs at Southern Utah University. A memorial plaque located in the Harris Center Athletic Administration Building lists the names of loved ones recognized by the Donors. A minimum donation of $1,000.00 is required to place a loved ones name on the plaque in honor of the deceased. The scholarship is awarded to a deserving student-athlete.
The Willard and Inez Lunt Memorial Endowment. Awarded to an outstanding student in intercollegiate athletics or supporting area (trainers, student assistants, or managers) who represents high standards of achievement in academics plus other achievements/contributions to the campus. They demonstrate leadership and have a minimum 3.0 GPA.