Susan W. Coda Memorial Scholarship for Undergraduate Students, Utah, 2013 2014

October 26, 2012 | By More

P.E.O. Utah State Chapter is offering Scholarship Program for Undergraduate Students, Utah, 2013 2014

Scholarship Program: Susan W. Coda Memorial Scholarship

Type of Award: Scholarship

Nationality: Scholarship is open for U.S. citizens.

Employer: Scholarship is funded by P.E.O. Utah State Chapter.

Level of study: Scholarship is for Undergraduate program.

Subject(s): Subjects offered by the university.

Duration: Scholarship program duration is one academic year.

Number of awards: Scholarship award number is unspecified.

Am I eligible? 1) Be a resident of Utah at the time of application.
2) Have attended a high school or college in Utah.
3) Provide proof of acceptance to a four-year college or university located outside of the state of Utah.
4) Have a 3.8 or higher GPA (cumulative grade point average), including high school and college courses (if applicable) and high SAT/ACT scores

How do I apply? Interested students can apply for this scholarship program By Post.

What does it cover? Scholarship award amount is not mention.

Scholarship Description: The Susan W. Coda Memorial Scholarship Fund, established in 1988, provides a one-time merit-based scholarship to an exceptional Utah woman attending a college or university outside the state of Utah. The recipient must be a Utah resident at the time of application and have attended high school or college in Utah. Each year, a scholarship award is funded entirely by the available earned interest. The fund is maintained by the P.E.O. Foundation and administered by the Susan W. Coda Memorial Scholarship Committee.

Application closing date: Applications for the 2013-2014 university academic year must be completed and postmarked no later than March 1, 2013

Further Scholarship Information and Application

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