Scholarships

CSD Student Funding and Scholarships

Departmental and/or Faculty Graduate Research Assistant Positions

Possible departmental employment opportunities are available to graduate students. Please contact our Administrative Officer, Sharon Benavides, for employment opportunities in the department and clinic offices.

The following merit-based scholarships are awarded to graduate students:

Broadbent Scholarship

Merit based scholarship awarded to graduate students in audiology.

Browning Scholarship

Merit based scholarship awarded to graduate students in speech-language pathology or audiology.

Dolowitz Scholarship

Merit based scholarship awarded to graduate students in audiology.

Hartley Scholarship

Merit based scholarship awarded to graduate students in speech-language pathology or audiology.

Lamborn Scholarship

Merit based scholarship awarded to graduate students in speech-language pathology or audiology.

Peck Scholarship

Merit based scholarship awarded to graduate students in speech-language pathology with preference given to students with a disability.

Willbrand Scholarship

Merit based scholarship awarded to graduate students in speech-language pathology.

College of Health Scholarships & Grants

A number of college wide scholarships are available. Please refer to the College of Health Scholarship Website:

http://www.health.utah.edu/scholarships.php

Other Scholarships, Grants, and Funding Information

The University of Utah Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships

Check with this office for an up-to-date listing of campus wide funding sources including grants, loans, and work study opportunities.

Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program

This program provides undergraduate students with opportunities to collaborate directly with faculty in research.

Western Regional Graduate Program

The University of Utah Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology PhD training programs participate in the Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP), which is coordinated by the Western Interstate Commission of Higher Education (WICHE). Residents of Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, and Wyoming who are admitted to either of our PhD programs are eligible to enroll at resident tuition rates.

Terrell H. Bell Incentive Loan Program

Applications available from the Dean's Office, College of Education, University of Utah. SLP graduate students planning on working in the Utah Public Schools may be eligible to apply. Application deadline is February 1 for transfer and continuing students, March 30 for entering freshmen.

Elizabeth Fuhriman Gardner Prize

$1000 cash award. Selection criteria: An outstanding woman student in the Health Sciences, Distinctive strengths (community service, academic performance, etc.). Deadline varies. Nomination usually due on or before February 1.

Prospective Students

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