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Utah Centennial Scholarship for Early Graduation program

  • Website Address
  • http://www.schools.utah.gov/CURR/earlycollege/Scho...
  • Contact
  • Utah State Office of Education
  • Address
  • 250 East 500 South
  • P.O. Box 144200
  • Salt Lake City, UT 84114-4200
  • Email Address
  • uheaa@utahsbr.edu
  • Application Deadline
  • Varies
  • Number Of Awards
  • See Description
  • Maximum Amount
  • $1,000
  • Scholarship Description
  • The Centennial Scholarship for Early Graduation program is a partial tuition program which allows for high school graduation to be flexible and appropriate to meet the individual students' needs..

    Eligibility
    Any public school student who has (1) a Student Education Occupation Plan (SEOP) on file, (2) has indicated to the secondary school principal the intent to complete early graduation, (3) has completed all required courses or demonstrated mastery of required skills and competencies, and (4) has graduated from a Utah public high school is eligible.

    Requirements
    To receive scholarship funds, a student must: graduate early from a Utah secondary institution, enroll within one calendar year in an eligible Utah post-secondary institutions. Post-secondary institutions accredited by the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges are eligible. A student must begin using funds as a full-time student and for tuition only within a calendar year of high school graduation.

    For more information, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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