This Award is given to a returning senior student who is an outstanding writer of poetry (as 1st choice), or who is an outstanding creative writer in general (as 2nd choice), GPAs achieved in nonliterary subjects shall not be relevant to this selection.
The scholarship supports undergraduates pursuing studies in English Education or Literary Studies, giving preference to female students. The donor's intent is for this scholarship to benefit students who are descendants of parents born in the United States of America.
Recipients of the Culmsee Scholarship should demonstrate academic achievement and financial need.
Initiated through the generosity of Dan and Manon Russell. Recipients shall be graduate students of English who demonstrate professional promise and who are enrolled full-time.
Awards for undergraduate students majoring in English. Selection based upon academic accomplishments and financial need.
Candidates for this Scholarship should be junior or senior students majoring in English with a focus on English education to prepare for teaching in secondary schools. They should demonstrate financial need, with a GPA of at least 3.4.
Receipts must be an enrolled as graduate or undergraduate at USU during the time they hold the scholarship. Open to any students who are serious creative writers, and financial need shall not be a criterion for determining the award.
Recipients must be an English major who is intending to teach high school English.
The Robert L. Wrigley family presents two scholarships annually in memory of Mrs. Wrigley. Scholarships are given to juniors or seniors majoring in English.
Candidates for this scholarship should be upper-division students who are studying British literature and maintaining a grade point average of 3.0 or better.
Students majoring in English with financial need and high academic standing may apply for this scholarship, established in memory of her father by Alice Fonnesbeck Gardner.
For students pursuing a degree in English, emphasizing literary studies.
Earnings from the Jenny and Thad Box Scholarship will be used to support students in the department of English who show potential to be superior writers.
This endowment, established in honor of Mrs. Clyde, a 1941 USU graduate in English, is for undergraduate students majoring in English.
A bequest from Mrs. Reading, who wrote and edited children's literature, for English majors at USU who plan to teach, study, or write for children
Established to provide financial support for a graduate student(s) in literature and writing whose primary interest is in the teaching of expository writing, with preference given to established English teachers, of more than 3 years service, who are returning for a master's degree.
Awarded to English majors in need of financial assistance.
Undergraduate students majoring in English, who have high academic standing and financial need, may apply for this scholarship given in the memory of Dr. N. A. Pedersen, former Department Chairman and Dean at USU.
Awarded to a sophomore, junior, or senior student in the humanities division of the College of CHaSS.
An award consisting of one semester's tuition and fees is presented to an undergraduate or graduate student who is a serious creative writer. Recipient is selected based on a creative writing contest.
Recipients should demonstrate professional promise and have a GPA of at least 3.0. Priority shall be given to candidates majoring in English and minoring in the classics, with an emphasis on classical literature of the world.