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Latin American Studies Scholarships

Ivory Homes Scholarships

The Ivory Homes Building Dreams Scholarship, Ivory Homes Renewal Scholarship and Utah Opportunity Scholarships are available through the Office for Equity and Diversity. Both of the Ivory Homes scholarships are scholarships offered to students that provide
service within the Latina/o communities.  The Utah Opportunity Scholarship is offered to 20 new incoming freshman. The requirements for the scholarship is based on financial need, service and leadership.

SOMOS Foundation Scholarships

Awarded by the Utah Hispanic Business Leadership Foundation (SOMOS), this award is in recognition of academic and vocational achievement, demonstrated leadership in school, community or other service activities, and financial need. Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible.

U-Dream: Utah Undocumented Student Scholarship Fund

U-Dream offers up to $2,000 for the spring or fall semesters (2014) to open educational opportunities for undocumented Utah students, or students adversely impacted by current educational and immigration policies, who exhibit educational excellence, commitment to social justice, and are actively engaged in their community. Undergraduate and graduate students are eligible. 

Brazilian Initiation Scholarship

Offered by the The Brazilian Studies Association (BRASA), this scholarship targets aspiring Brazilianists with relatively little or no experience in Brazil.  It seeks to contribute to the student’s initial trip (for a period from six weeks to three months), to heighten the student’s interest in Brazil, and deepen his/her commitment to Brazilian studies in the United States. Students are encouraged to combine this scholarship with other grants or awards.

IME Becas Scholarship – U of U

Deadline: December 16, 2016

Requirements: Must be an admitted, undergraduate or graduate, degree-seeking student at The University of Utah. Be able to demonstrate experience with, a commitment to, and leadership or service within Mexican immigrant communities. Be able to demonstrate financial need. Must maintain full-time enrollment status (minimum 12 credit hours undergraduate or 9 credit hours graduate) to receive funding. Must have and maintain a semester and cumulative 3.0 GPA. Must have graduated from a Utah high school.

 

 


Last Updated: 10/4/17