Help Students Reach Their Dreams
Support Grand County Students Through Scholarships
As part of Utah State University’s land grant mission, USU makes college education accessible for students of all ages in Grand County. Students at USU Moab are often working, taking concurrent enrollment classes while in high school, raising families, or are unable to relocate and take courses on a full-time, traditional schedule. At USU students have the opportunity to choose from certificate programs to associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees in a range of fields. Scholarships provide students with the opportunity to complete their degree faster by attending full-time, without taking breaks to work and save money for tuition. Help create an opportunity for higher education in your community by creating a scholarship.
You can help make a college education affordable in three ways:
1 - Support a Grand County Student Now (Moab Community Scholarship Fund, Moab Emergency Hardship Fund)
Giving questions? Please contact:
A minimum commitment of $25,000 (to be paid over five years or less) is needed to endow a scholarship. Endowed scholarships create a lasting source of support for students. Endowed scholarships are initially composed of a large gift, which is used to build a permanent fund. A percentage of the gift earnings from the permanent fund is used to award the scholarship each year. This ensures that the original gift remains intact, allowing the fund to grow and continue to provide scholarship awards for generations to come.
Named expendable scholarships for students are based on outright, cash gifts that are awarded to students on an annual basis. Donors may create a scholarship of this type with a minimum gift commitment of $10,000 (to be paid over five years or less).
Please select below the scholarship you are interested in creating.
Once submitted, a representative from Utah State University will contact with you.