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Utah Promise Scholarship
The Utah Promise Scholarship is the first statewide, needs-based scholarship program in Utah. It is available to recent high school graduates and adult learners at Utah’s public colleges and universities, as well as Utah’s public technical colleges.
Utah Promise Scholarship Eligibility Criteria
Is offered to recent high school graduates and adult learners, as well as those who have earned a GED or similar, at Utah’s public colleges and universities, including Utah’s public technical colleges.
Will cover up to tuition and fees for up to two years and is awarded after all other grants, tuition waivers, fee waivers, and scholarships have been applied.
A recipient may receive scholarship funds until the earliest of the following events occurs: Two years after the initial award; A recipient uses the scholarship to complete a program, or withdraws early prior to completion; A recipient meets the academic qualifications for an associate degree at another institution; or For USHE institutions that do not offer an associate degree, a recipient earns a cumulative total of 60 credits (MTECH uses a 30 clock hour to 1 credit conversion when calculating completed clock hours for this limitation).
Available to adult certificate-seeking students.
Available to Utah residents only, see https://ushe.edu/ushe-policies/r512-determination-of-resident-status/
FAFSA required in determining award amounts, apply today at https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa
Verification of income may be required, if selected by the U.S. Department of Education on your processed Student Aid Report (SAR).
These funds are not transferrable to any other training program.
Scholarship awards are only provided for direct school costs (not including books and supplies).
Students must be in good standing, and are expected to maintain satisfactory progress and attendance at all times. Failure to meet the college Code of Conduct or the standards defined by the program and college can lead to withdrawal of award.
Scholarship awards are limited and subject to change.
- Meet all of the Eligibility Criteria disclosed for the Utah Promise Scholarship.
- Completion of the MTECH Application provided within the ScholarshipUniverse (SU) database located on our college website at https://mtec.edu/scholarships/ ; Applicants must create an account prior to completing the scholarship application (https://mtec.scholarshipuniverse.com/createaccount).
The Regents' Scholarship is available for high school seniors who are currently enrolled at MTECH (future program dates included). This scholarship can help cover program costs that occur as you transition from a High School to an Adult enrollment. The Regent’s scholarship application is initiated through the Utah System of Higher Education, and not by MTECH. As part of the requirement students must be enrolled for at least 12 hours in a certificate program and submit proof of enrollment at our college.
The attached form may be completed by a representative at the student services office at any of our college locations and may be submitted as part of your Regent’s application as proof of enrollment at MTECH.
For more information regarding the application process of The Regents’ Scholarship process please refer to the following website address https://ushe.edu/state-scholarships-aid/regents-scholarship/
Utah Technical College Scholarships
MTECH is now offering graduating high school students the chance to receive the Utah Technical College Scholarship, which can be used to pay for school expenses incurred within 12 months after the student’s date of graduation.
This means that students who are currently in an MTECH program and will not complete it by the time they graduate high school will have the chance to receive funding for the remaining portion of their program.
The scholarship also applies to high school students who have already completed an MTECH program. These students are eligible to sign up for another program after graduation and apply for funding to pay for their tuition, fees and required textbooks.
Additionally, students who have been in a Career and Technical Education Pathway, have at least 1.5 credits, and are in good standing can apply to MTECH and receive funding to start an MTECH program after they graduate.
The Career and Technical Education (CTE) Scholarships and Tuition Awards are for outstanding CTE High School students in Utah. The scholarships/awards are sponsored by the Utah State Board of Education (USBE) with funds provided by participating higher education institutions to use towards college enrollment. The award amount varies by institution.
Intermountain Healthcare Scholarship
Intermountain Healthcare made a generous contribution to help students at Mountainland Technical College in nursing and healthcare careers. The goal of these awards is to improve access to healthcare services with a diverse healthcare workforce. This scholarship is designated for students in healthcare-related fields, and may be based on several factors. Scholarship recipients may go on to work at many health care facilities in and outside of Utah County.
Eligible Applicants: Adult students applying for programs beginning in August or later in the following MTECH healthcare programs: Central Sterile Technician, Emergency Medical Technician-Accelerated, Emergency Medical Technician Basic, Medical Assistant, Medical Billing and Coding (1100 hrs.), Medical Billing (645 hrs.), Medical Coding (720 hrs.), Nurse Assistant, Nurse Assistant-Accelerated, Pharmacy Technician, Phlebotomy Technician, Practical Nursing, Surgical Technology.
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Gene Haas Foundation Scholarship
The Foundation was initially formed to fund the needs of the local community by Gene Haas the owner of Haas Automation, Inc., America’s leading builder of CNC machine tools, which he started in 1983. This is a now a billion-dollar company and the extraordinary growth is in lieu of the perception that the United States doesn’t manufacture anything anymore.
The Gene Haas Foundation’s primary goal is to build skills in the machining industry. Applicants will be awarded this scholarship based upon a student’s financial need and their desire for a career in the machining industry. Students enrolled in the MTECH Precision Machining program may begin the Application Process.
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