Utah 4-H offers a variety of scholarships to 4-H members to help offset the cost of postsecondary education. The amount and number of scholarships depends on the availability of funds and the status of the applicant pool.
Utah State University 4-H Scholarship Information
- Online Submission through https://usu.awardspring.com/
- New Application Requirements for 2021-2022 Coming Soon!
- FASFA - Students are strongly encouraged to apply for financial aid before seeking scholarships as several scholarships are based on financial eligibility. More than half of Utah 4-H scholarships are considered “needs based” and students must submit their “Expected Family Contribution” from FAFSA when completing the scholarship application in order to be considered for "needs based" scholarships.
For more information about Financial Aid, click here: https://www.usu.edu/financialaid/
- USU Acceptance and A-Number - Applicants are required to have been accepted to Utah State University and have a USU A-Number to create an account on Awardspring. To apply, visit: http://www.usu.edu/apply/
- Scholarships Glossary
- Cost Calculator
- USU Application Quick Facts
- USU Admissions Index
- USU Scholarships Page
- A-Number Request
- FAFSA Tips
- FAFSA Video Tutorial
How to Apply
Online Application Link: https://usu.awardspring.com/
Application opens December 20, 2019 | Closes January 31, 2020
Entering your application information online will also grant you general scholarship eligibility, providing many more chances to receive a scholarship.
4-H scholarships are not eligible for deferment. If you plan to take a leave of absence between high school and post-secondary education, please apply for 4-H scholarships during the application window just prior to the first semester you plant to attend Utah State University.