John and Linda Dunn Scholarship
- At least one annual scholarship will be awarded to an outstanding Undergraduate College of Health student. Recipient(s) of these scholarships shall be known as the John and Linda Dunn Scholar(s).
- Scholarship recipients will be selected by the Dean of the College of Health and a Faculty Scholarship Awards Committee.
- The scholarship award will be paid in two payments during fall and spring semesters.
- At the request of the donors, preference shall be given to Undergraduate recipients from rural areas who have performed service for or who show an interest in helping people with disabilities and who meet the basic criteria.
- The scholarship recipient must maintain a minimum of 12 semester hours during the semester in which the scholarship is disbursed (fall semester).
- The scholarship Undergraduate recipient must have been enrolled a minimum of 12 semester hours for two of the three semesters in an academic year.
- Applicants must have a 3.0 GPA at the time of application and award.
- Applicant must be a declared major within the College of Health
- If the scholarship recipient changes majors within the College of Health, the scholarship will not be affected. If the scholarship recipient changes majors to a discipline outside the College of Health, she/he forfeits the remainder of the scholarship.
- The scholarship Undergraduate recipient is expected to attend University of Utah Health's Scholarship luncheon in October.
- Application will be disqualified if not submitted correctly, completely, and timely.
The following must be included in your scholarship application:
- A well-written and compelling personal statement, no longer than two pages that includes a brief history of yourself, your academic and professional goals, reasons why you feel you are a strong candidate for this scholarship.
- A list of all scholarships and financial aid that you have received while attending the University of Utah.
- A list of any pertinent accomplishments, honors, or special awards of recognition you have received.
- A description of your community involvement and/or university activities.
- A current (fall semester) My Degree Dashboard (Formerly DARS) or transcript with grades. If you have been at the University of Utah for less than two semesters, please submit a transcript from other schools attended.
- Letters of recommendation.
- Involvement in activities that advance the mission and goals of the College of Health.
- Distinctive strengths (community service, leadership skills, etc.)