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Applications due April 8, 2022.
Thank you, scholarship donors!
Southwest Tech scholarships are available thanks to generous donations from individuals, organizations, friends of Southwest Tech, and people who are interested in helping people achieve their goals and dreams.
- Alan & Jeanne Hall Foundation
- Andrew & Janet McCrea
- Anonymous Donors
- Brenda Webster
- Bruce & Melody Hughes
- Carmen H Watson Trust
- Cedar City Rotary Club
- Centro Woodfired Pizzeria
- Charles Hohos & Joanne Brattain
- Construction Steel, Inc.
- Dixie & Anne Leavitt Foundation
- Dominion Energy
- Eric & Brenda Schmutz
- Evan & Christine Vickers
- Frank & Donna McNabb
- Iron County Home Builders
- James Froyd
- Leavitt Group Enterprises
- Liz Biller
- Mark and Bonnie Cox
- Miller Family Philanthropy
- NASA Grant Scholarship
- Neal & Marguerite Smith
- Peter & Diane Pasternak
- Pork Belly’s
- Rich Wilson
- Richard & Miriam Keener
- Rocky Mountain Power
- Scott & Dorothy Watkins Foundation
- Sego Restaurant
- Smithfield Farms
- Utah Trucking Association Scholarship
External Scholarship Opportunities
Explore these scholarship opportunities below that may apply to you. These scholarships are not provided by Southwest Technical College but can help in your funding in attending Southwest Tech.
The Dot Foundation
The Dot Foundation General Assistance Program is designed to help needy families pay for essential needs while working to achieve self-sufficiency. General assistance is provided for a specific need (groceries, utility payments, clothing, child care, etc.) and will be paid to the organization providing the goods or services on behalf of the individual. No funds will be distributed to the applicant.
Automotive Aftermarket Scholarship
Thinking about an automotive aftermarket career? Good choice! Servicing or supplying parts to more than 250 million vehicles in the U.S. and Canada can be a rewarding career. An automotive scholarship can help pave the way. Scholarships are available for students training to become automotive, heavy-duty, or collision repair technicians and to students in business, marketing, engineering, or other major courses of study.
American Welding Society
The AWS Foundation is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization. It supports programs to ensure the growth and development of the welding industry through research and educational opportunities. Our industry depends upon education that prepares the next generation to meet the challenges ahead.
Bestcolleges.com - Scholarships for Women
Compared to men, women receive fewer grant dollars and rely more on private, unsubsidized loans to pay for college. Given that women still earn 79 cents for every dollar earned by men, a gender gap exists in the effective burden of student loan debt. This can impact long-term financial security for women as they’re left with fewer resources for critical investments such as home purchase and saving for retirement. We give information to women on how to find and apply for scholarships, grants, and fellowships, with additional tips on saving money in college. We also list a number of scholarships available specifically to women, organized by common fields of study.
Career and Technical Education (CTE) Scholarship
The Career and Technical Education (CTE) Scholarships and Tuition Awards are for outstanding CTE students in Utah. The scholarships/awards are sponsored by the Utah State Board of Education (USBE) with funds provided by participating higher education institutions.
Visit the Utah State Board of Education Website for more information and to submit your application. The deadline for the 2021-2022 academic year is January 27, 2022.
Chevron and Utah Energy Workforce Scholarship
Together with Chevron, we’re helping advance Utah’s future energy workforce with scholarships for high school seniors and first-year college students who are pursuing STEM courses at universities, colleges, and trade schools in Utah. With the generous support of Chevron, more than $92,000 in scholarships have been awarded since 2016.
Deadline: April 15, 2021
Computer Science Scholarships
Horatio Alger Technical/Career Scholarships (open until all awards have been given out)
These are excellent scholarships of up to $2,500. Our goal in assisting students financially is to prepare them for employment. The Horatio Alger Association awards more than 12 million in scholarships each year—with this as our first year to make available these scholarships for career and technical programs.
Nancy Etz Scholarship
February 1, 2022
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements
Applicants must meet one of the following criteria:
- Currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program
- Current high school senior that has been accepted into a college or university
Scholarship Essay Topic
Please prepare a 500-word essay that answers the following prompt:
“Describe an area in your life where you demonstrated leadership and overcame obstacles in either your school, society, or family life.”
Nancy Etz Scholarship Application Process
Please fill out the form below completely to be eligible for the Nancy Etz Scholarship.
The Nancy Etz Scholarship Committee will review all submissions once the deadline passes. By the end of February 2021, a winner will be selected and contacted to receive the scholarship award.
Nuts, Bolts & Thingamajigs Scholarship
The foundation of the Fabricators & Manufacturers Association, International (FMA) awards scholarships of up to $2,500 to deserving students pursuing a degree that leads to a manufacturing career. Up to 25 scholarships will be awarded in the Spring and the Fall. See recent scholarship winners at nbtfoundation.org.
Applying is easy! Students enrolled in manufacturing programs and pursuing degrees in the eligible fields of study are encouraged to apply for an NBT scholarship.
Click here to apply today!
We are now accepting applications for our Third Annual Financial Aid Program. Each year we award a scholarship to one student passionate about outdoor activities.
- Must currently be a student of Southwest Technical College.
- Must be currently enrolled as a full-time, part-time, or online education student.
- Students of all programs are encouraged to apply.
- This year’s deadline is April 15.
One winner of a $1500 scholarship.