Access & Diversity Scholarship Opportunities.

If you need more information about the scholarship opportunities listed please visit the Office of Access & Diversity.
801-626-7006 | Student Services Center Suite 150


Norman C. & Barbara L. Tanner Housing Scholarship.

The Office of Access & Diversity offers a scholarship for on-campus housing and meal plans for new incoming or current undergraduate ethnic/racial minority students, based on financial and housing needs. The scholarship may cover the partial or full cost of housing (shared room) and a meal plan in either Wildcat Village or University Village for 2 semesters. Students must be enrolled or plan to be enrolled full-time (at least 12 credit hours), and have a minimum 2.0 GPA to apply. Students receiving the award must maintain a 2.5 GPA. Single applicants must be willing to share a room. This is a one year
(2 semesters) scholarship and may be applied for annually.


 

Warfield-Graham Emergency Student Support Fund-NOW AWARDING

Byron Warfield-Graham was one of the organizing/charter members of the Black Student Union (BSU) at Weber State University in 1968-1969. Byron and his wife Audrey, have continued to support the Black Student Union aka Black Scholars United over the years. Their support includes a Byron Warfield-Graham Scholarship and this recently established (1/2019) Emergency Student Support Fund. The Emergency fund’s primary focus is to provide a helping hand for African American students during emergency situations that might interrupt their academic success.

This fund has been set up to provide up to $500 in emergency funds for students. The fund may be used for general purposes to help students facing a financial crisis beyond their control. Examples of fund use may include: providing a student's transportation home to attend a parent's funeral; helping a student pay for emergency medication; assisting a student in paying for a mammogram to establish a benchmark before starting chemotherapy; paying for the removal of an impacted wisdom tooth; helping with the cost of an automobile battery or similar so student can make it to school; helping a student replace a stolen backpack with books and calculator the week before finals, etc. BSU will be involved in the administration of this fund.



 

InFaith Community Foundation Scholarship.

  • First preference is given to first-generation students of Hispanic or Portuguese descent.
  • Second preference given to Ogden School District high school graduates.
  • Must be from a low-income family and NOT eligible for any federal financial aid.
  • Must be enrolled or planning to enroll full-time (12 credits and above/semester).
  • Must have a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA, but preference is given to higher GPAs.
  • Incoming freshman or undergraduate student at Weber State University.

The Oportunidad Scholarship Fund.

The Oportunidad Scholarship Fund is established to promote college opportunities for students. The scholarship fund is intended to remove financial barriers for students who demonstrate the dreams, goals, and aspirations of attending Weber State University and becoming first-generation college graduates.

Qualifications:
Preferential consideration will be provided to students who meet the following criteria:

  • First-generation college students, low-income, and not FAFSA eligible.
  • Ogden, Weber, or Davis school district high school graduate who attended high school in Utah for three or more years.
  • Incoming freshman or undergraduate student at Weber State University.
  • Enrolled/plans to be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester.
  • Minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA.

Byron Warfield-Graham Scholarship

Qualifications:

  • The scholarship recipient must have a 2.50 GPA or higher.
  • Able to demonstrate through on-campus extra-curricular and various community organization activities:  a strong commitment to citizen participation in government, civil rights, equality of opportunity, community service and the fight for justice for those who have historically suffered disenfranchisement, oppression, and discrimination.
  • Preference is given to an active participating member of Black Scholars United (BSU).
  • Preference given to majors in Political Science, Communication, Journalism, International Politics (relations), Pre-Law, or Multicultural Relations.
  • Preference may be given for financial need.
  • Complete FAFSA and WSU scholarship application via eWeber Portal.

    Uses: Tuition, fees and other educational expenses.

 
 

NON-WSU Scholarships