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Linguistics Department Scholarship

Due February 15, 2019

Available to undergraduate linguistics majors with a 3.5 GPA or higher. Must be a Utah resident, entering freshmen, transfer or continuing students seeking a first bachelor’s degree. Students seeking a second bachelor’s degree are not eligible.

The recipient will receive $2500 per semester (fall and spring) for a total of $5000. This funding must be applied toward the cost of tuition only.  The recipient must maintain full-time student status during the year of the award.

This scholarship will be awarded for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Required materials include:

  • Audit from My Degree Dashboard or university transcripts. (Incoming freshmen should submit high school transcripts)
  • A statement of purpose letter that is approximately one page in length and outlines your proposed schedule of courses for the academic year. It also includes other information such as your background in linguistics, how you became interested in linguistics, why you think you deserve the scholarship and your future plans after graduation, to the extent that you now know them. You may include other information that you believe is relevant to the selection committee's appraisal of your candidacy.

 Contact Kacey Campbell (kacey.campbell@utah.edu) if you have questions.


Departmental Scholarship Application

 

Cathy Miller Scholarship

Due February 15, 2019

Available to Linguistics undergraduate and graduate students. The recipient will receive $1,225 per semester (fall and spring) for a total of $2,450 which will be applied to the student’s tuition bill first. Any remaining amount will be refunded to the student. The recipient must maintain full-time student status during the year of the award. For graduate students, this scholarship may be applied toward the amount needed to participate in the Tuition Benefit Program. This scholarship will be awarded for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Required materials include:

  • Degree Audit Report or university transcripts
  • A statement of purpose letter that is approximately one page in length and outlines your proposed schedule of courses for the academic year. It also includes other information such as your background in linguistics, how you became interested in linguistics, why you think you deserve the scholarship and your future plans after graduation, to the extent that you now know them. You may include other information that you believe is relevant to the selection committee's appraisal of your candidacy.

 

Contact Kacey Campbell (kacey.campbell@utah.edu) if you have questions.


Cathy Miller Horiuchi Scholarship Application

Student Travel Assistance

 This award is given to graduate students to encourage them to participate in a professional conference. Please note that funds are contingent upon presenting. Proof of presenting is required for travel reimbursement. Please note that awarded funds will be reported to the University Scholarship Office and count against your cost of attendance. Depending on the available funds, the Department may offer to fund a second trip for exceptional students. If you apply for two conferences, please submit seperate applications for each conference and rank your conferences. Please note that the sooner you apply, the more likely you are to receive funding from the Graduate School. Graduate students will be eligible to receive one GSTAA (Graduate Student Travel Assistance Award) grant during their academic career at the University of Utah. If you already have received GSTAA funding prior to July, 1, 2017, you are ineligible for an additional GSTAA award. Information and applications are available at Graduate Student Travel Assistance Award.

 

Contact Kacey Campbell (kacey.campbell@utah.edu ) if you have questions. 

Last Updated: 11/12/18