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With growing numbers of students and shrinking state support, Utah Valley University depends increasingly on scholarships funded by donor support. For the 2012-2013 school year, the University was able to award more than $1.2 million in private scholarships to UVU students. However, these funds supported only 642 of the 3,973 students who applied for assistance.

UVU is committed to meeting the higher education needs of the region and to providing every student with an outstanding educational experience. The University aims to provide financial assistance to every student with demonstrated need. You can help support a UVU student by making a donation of any size to scholarships.

Give to a Scholarship

Scholarship Types

Annual (general)
When you make a gift of any amount to the Foundation Scholarship Fund, it is combined with other donor gifts to support students.
Annual (named)
Provide a student with a half-tuition or one-semester scholarship of at least $2,000, and UVU will award it in your name or in the name of someone you wish to honor.
An endowment gift of $30,000 provides an annual scholarship award of $1,500 in perpetuity. An endowment gift of $50,000 provides an annual half-tuition scholarship ($2,500). A $100,000 endowment gift provides a deserving student with an annual full-tuition scholarship. Have more questions about Endowed Scholarships?
Flexible scholarship endowments
Take three to five years to fully build an endowed scholarship. In the meantime, provide an additional $2,000 for immediate use while endowment is building.

Looking for scholarship opportunities? Click HERE.

For more information about establishing a scholarship fund contact:

UVU scholarship recipient
UVU scholarship recipient
UVU scholarship recipient





Mail a Check

Make your check payable to:

UVU Foundation

and send to:

800 University Parkway,
MS 111,
Orem, Utah 84058

Stocks & Bonds

Stock and bond gifts are welcomed if they are listed on an exchange daily, regularly traded in over-the-counter markets for which published quotations are available, or shares of a regularly reported mutual fund. For more information about making gifts of stocks or bonds, call: