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Scholarships offered by the
Department of World Languages and Cultures

 

William D. Cocorinis Scholarship

The William D. Cocorinis Scholarship has been established in the Department of World Languages & Cultures 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 the following items to:

The Scholarship Committee - Department of World Languages & Cultures
University of Utah
255 South Central Campus Drive, Room 1400
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

1. Completed application

2. Current university transcript(s)

3. Two letters of recommendation (may be delivered directly by the recommenders) 

Deadline: March 1

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 or deliver the following items to:

The Scholarship Committee - Department of World Languages & Cultures
University of Utah
255 South Central Campus Drive, Room 1400
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

1. Completed application

2. Current transcripts from all colleges/universities attended 

3. Three letters of recommendation sent directly to the department -two of these letters must be written by Department of World Languages & Cultures faculty. If you are also applying for a University of Utah Departmental Scholarship, you may use the same letters of recommendation.

Deadline: March 1

Scholarship: One year full (12 credit hours) resident tuition and fees.
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 World Languages & Cultures 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 the following items to: 

The Scholarship Committee - Department of World Languages & Cultures
University of Utah
255 South Central Campus Drive, Room 1400
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

1. Completed application

2. Current university transcript(s)

3. Two letters of recommendation (may be delivered directly by the recommenders)

Deadline: March 1

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

Jerry Lodge Scholarship Application


University of Utah Departmental Scholarships

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

Eligibility:

Nominees must be Utah residents, entering freshman, transfer, or continuing (undergraduate) students, and all candidates must have been admitted to the University.  Students seeking a second Bachelor’s are not eligible to receive this waiver. Minimum GPA requirement is 3.5.

How to Apply: Applicants should send or deliver the following items to:

The Scholarship Committee - Department of World Languages & Cultures
University of Utah
255 South Central Campus Drive, Room 1400
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

1. Completed application

2. a. Current students/transfer students: submit current transcripts from all colleges/universities attended

    b. High school applicants: submit a copy of your high school transcripts showing grades through the fall semester of your senior year

3. Two letters of recommendation, one of which should be from a foreign language professor or teacher 

Deadline: March 1

Scholarship: Varies
Target: Resident Students with Declared Majors Type: Merit

Departmental Scholarship Application Form

Last Updated: 7/11/18