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21Apr2015

Interior Design Senior Exhibition

Year-end exhibit by Interior Design graduating seniors.

21Apr2015

ARTsySTEM: The Changing Climates of the Arts and Sciences

This exhibits showcases works of art that share a…

21Apr2015

The Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection: Fifty Works for Fifty States

This exhibit showcases, for the first time, the…

21Apr2015

Suzy Fluty, MFA Art Exhibition

Suzy Fluty, MFA thesis art exhibit, Gallery 102

21Apr2015

Biology Seminar: Elita Baldridge, Doctoral Dissertation Defense, Biology, USU

Seminar title: "A Data-Intensive Assessment of…

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Nonresident Transfer Scholarships

Academic deadline: February 1
Involvement/Need-based deadline: February 13 (Feb 1 deadline has been extended)

Academic scholarships will be awarded after the February 1 deadline. Because the number of scholarships is limited, students will be considered based on the GPA they have earned as of February 1. Consideration for academic scholarships will not be given to any applicant after February 1 unless students attend a USU Transfer Open House, excluding the nonresident waiver. Recent legislation has provided new nonresident waivers to students that meet the academic qualifications (see below). All multiple-year awards apply to nonresident tuition for the first year and resident tuition for any remaining year.

To be considered for scholarships applicants must:

  • Apply for a Fall semester
  • Be a US Citizen or have Permanent Resident Status
  • Attend and have an intent to graduate from Utah State University
  • Major in a USU program (i.e. students majoring in nursing from Weber State are not eligible for Utah State University sponsored scholarships)
  • Complete a minimum of 24 post-high school credits at time of the scholarship deadline, February 1.
    • Students with less than 24 credits: scholarship decisions will be awarded upon a combination of transfer work, concurrent enrollment and high school GPA and ACT
  • Be a new, first-time student to Utah State University. Returning students and 2nd bachelor students do not qualify for academic scholarships. Concurrent enrollment students are still eligible for scholarships.

All multiple-year awards apply to nonresident tuition for the first year and resident tuition for remaining years. Students are encouraged to gain residency during their first year.

Scholarships will be awarded based on the amount of credits and GPA earned as of February 1st. No academics scholarships will be awarded to students applying after February 1st.

Academic Scholarships


Presidential

Deadline: February 1
2 years, full tuition and student body fees
4.0 cumulative GPA

Dean's

Deadline: February 1
2 years, full tuition
3.8-3.99 cumulative GPA minimum

Scholar's

Deadline: February 1
2 years, Approximately $13,000 first year; $3,200 second year
3.6-3.79 cumulative GPA minimum

Nonresident Waiver

Deadline: August 1
1 year, Approximately $13,000
3.2-3.59 cumulative GPA minimum

Other Scholarships


University Ambassador

Deadline: February 2
1 year renewable up to 2 years, full tuition and student body fees
3.2 GPA/48 credits minimum
Portfolio and separate application required

Legacy Waiver

Deadline: August 1
4 years, nonresident differential ($13,000)
At least one parent or grandparent who graduated from USU
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Involvement/Service

Deadline: February 13 (Feb 1 deadline has been extended)
Apply Online

Need-Based

Deadline: February 13 (Feb 1 deadline has been extended)
Apply Online