Scholarships

U of U Scholarship Page

Please look at the U of U's main scholarship page to search for more scholarships that could work for you.

Target: Undergraduate or Graduate Students pursuing a degree in foreign languages Type: Need Based


College of Humanities Scholarships

The College of Humanities offers many scholarships for students. 


William D. Cocorinis Scholarship

The William D. Cocorinis Scholarship has been established in the Department of Languages and Literature to provide educational assistance through scholarships to deserving students engaged in the study of modern or ancient Greek language, history or culture.

Eligibility: University of Utah students in good standing with an academic emphasis in modern or ancient Greek language, history or culture. Preference will be given first, to students of merit who are engaged in the study of Modern Greek and second, to students of merit who are otherwise engaged in Hellenic Studies.

How to Apply: Send or deliver application form (download or available through department), two letters of recommendation (these may be submitted directly by the writers), and a current university transcript to:

Department of Languages & Literature
University of Utah
255 South Central Campus Drive, Room 1400
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

Deadline: March 17, 2014

Scholarship: $ 1,000.00 - Tuition 
Target:
Modern or ancient Greek language, history or culture Type: Merit

Cocorinis Scholarship Application


Warren D. Fishburn Jr. Scholarship for Modern Languages

Open to all full-time (defined as 12 credit hours) resident, junior, senior or graduate students who have attended the University of Utah for at least one year and have declared a major in one of the following modern foreign languages: French, German, Russian, or Spanish.

Eligibility: Recipient must maintain the language major and hold no other scholarships. One year full resident tuition and fees.

How to Apply: Send the following items to:
The Scholarship Committee
Department of Languages & Literature
255 So. Central Campus Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

1. The scholarship application (downloadable and available through department)

2. Academic transcripts from all colleges attended

3. Three letters of recommendation sent directly to the department on recommendation form (downloadable and available through department) Two of these letters have to be written by Department of Languages & Literature faculty. Please note: you may use the same letters of recommendation if you are also applying for a University of Utah Departmental Scholarship.

Deadline:February 24, 2014

Scholarship: One year full (12 credit hours) resident tuition and fees. - Tuition - Full
Target: Declared Modern Foreign Language Majors Type: Merit

Fishburn Scholarship Application


Jerry Lodge Scholarship

The Jerry Lodge Memorial Scholarship has been established to provide scholarships to deserving students in the Department of Languages & Literature majoring in the Classics, which includes the study of Greek language and literature.

Eligibility: University of Utah students in good standing with a major in Classics. Preference will be given to students in Classical Greek and those with financial need.

How to Apply: Send or deliver application form (download or available through department), two letters of recommendation (these may be submitted directly by the writers), and a current university transcript to:

Department of Languages & Literature
University of Utah
255 S. Central Campus Drive, Rm. 1400
Salt Lake City, UT 84112


Deadline: March 17, 2014

Scholarship: $1,000 - 2,000 (varies) - Tuition
Target: Classics Majors Type: Merit

Jerry Lodge Scholarship Application


University of Utah Departmental Scholarships

The Department of Languages and Literature offers one-year tuition waiver scholarships to outstanding, resident first-year, continuing and transfer students, who have declared and intend to complete a major in the department.

How to Apply: Applicants should obtain the Application for Departmental Scholarships from the department office or download it from the department s Web site. This application requires that entering first-year students submit a copy of their high school transcripts showing grades through the fall semester of their senior year and three letters of recommendation, at least one of which must be from a foreign language teacher.

Transfer and continuing students are required to submit a copy of the college transcript showing grades through the most recently completed term and three letters of recommendation from university professors, at least two of which must be from language instructors, preferably professors.

Eligibility:To be considered for any University scholarship, you must be admitted as a matriculated (degree-seeking) student. An Application for Undergraduate Admission is included in the University's Application Materials packet, available from:

The University of Utah Admissions Office
201 S. 1400 East, Rm. 250S
Salt Lake City, UT
84112-9057


Or call (801) 581 7281 for more information.

December 15 is the preferred filing date for admission to the University of Utah.

Deadline: February 24, 2014

Department of Languages & Literature University of Utah
255 S. Central Campus Dr., Rm. 1400
Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0490
801-581-7561

Scholarship: Full tuition - Tuition - Full
Target: Resident Students with Declared Majors Type: Merit
Departmental Scholarship Application Form
Departmental Scholarship Recommendation Form


The Charles Patrick Halliday Scholarship for Benevolence

The Charles Patrick Halliday Scholarship for Benevolence has been established in the Department of Languages & Literature to provide scholarships for students who demonstrate financial need and are pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in a foreign language. Special consideration will be given to students with special circumstances or from families with special circumstances.

Award -$2,500 given to a deserving Graduate or Undergraduate student.
-May be used in conjunction with a graduate fellowship.

Eligibility
Open to all full-time resident undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Utah who have declared a major in a Foreign Language. Undergraduate applicants must demonstrate financial need by completing an online FAFSA form (http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/).

Deadline: February 24, 2014 
How to Apply:
Send the following items to the Scholarship Committee, Department of Languages & Literature, 255 S. Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City, UT 84112:

1. Completed application.

2. An academic transcript from all colleges attended.

3. The online FAFSA form (http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/) to demonstrate need.

4. Three letters of recommendation preferably submitted directly by the writers to the department with the scholarship recommendation form attached. Two of those letters have to be written by faculty in the Department of Languages and Literature. If you are also applying for a University of Utah Departmental Scholarship, you may use the same set of letters for both applications.

Application Deadline: 2013-02-24 $2,500 annual award, renewable for a second year - Stipend plus Tuition
Target: Undergraduate or Graduate Students pursuing a degree in foreign languages Type: Merit

Halliday Scholarship Application