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YOU DON'T HAVE TO PAY FOR COLLEGE JUST ONE WAY


The Mining Engineering Department has excellent scholarship opportunities for enrolled students. More than 50% of students in the mining program are receiving financial assistance from the department. These department scholarships can be received in addition to other scholarships awarded. Other academic scholarships are available specifically for Mining Engineering majors through professional societies and the mining industry.

  

the BROWNING ENDOWMENT 

Mr. William C. Browning established a distinguished career in the mining industry. He was the first person to receive the Wall Scholarship in the School of Mines at the University of Utah. To show his gratitude for the scholarship, he established a generous endowment to assist future generations of mining engineers in their quest for a college education.

Today, the Browning Endowment funds multiple scholarships available to Mining Engineering majors at the University of Utah. 

COLLEGE OF MINES & EARTH SCIENCES DEAN'S OFFICE SCHOLARSHIPS

 

 

Recipients must be declared, or plan on declaring a major, in one of the degree-granting departments of the College of Mines and Earth Sciences. Recipients must be enrolled as a full time student (minimum of 12 credit hours), and hold a minimum GPA of 3.0.

 

 

Scholarship application priority deadline is February 15. Applications received by the deadline will be given preference

 

 

APPLICATION

 

MISCELLANEOUS SCHOLARSHIPS

Contact the Mining Engineering Department for additional information on these and other available scholarships;

  • SME Coal Division
  • SME Minerals & Exploration Division Scholarship
  • SME Eugene Pfleider Memorial Scholarship
  • The Rocky Mountain Coal Mining Institute Scholarship
  • Rio Tinto Kennecott Scholarship
  • Society of Explosive Engineers
  • WAAIME Scholarships

 

Last Updated: 6/29/20