Who Should Apply
Students at Ensign College who are single parents with a dependent* child in the home.
Domestic students must submit a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) for the academic year they plan to attend.
Students must meet all other eligibility requirements mentioned in the Ensign College Scholarship Policy.
*Dependent means a child receives more than half their support from you during the school year.
Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will receive 120% of tuition. Non-members will receive 60% of their tuition charge.
The scholarship award starts the semester you applied and will be available for the remainder of the academic year. (Please keep in mind that you will need to reapply the first semester you attend of the new academic year.)
1 April (Spring), 15 August (Fall), and 1 December (Winter)
*Priority will be given to those who meet the deadline. However, the application is open until Friday of the first week of school. If funding is available, students who apply after the priority deadline may still receive the scholarship.
We recommend you review the “Deadlines” tab/menu on the Scholarships page .
Available for full or part-time students.
Toggle ItemHow often do I need to reapply for this scholarship?Students must reapply for the scholarship each academic year to allow the scholarship office to re-verify the student’s eligibility.
Toggle ItemWill this scholarship adjust if I add or drop classes?
Toggle ItemCan international students receive this scholarship?Yes. Single parents who are international students must pay the full international deposit to be eligible. When filling out the scholarship application, the Single Parent Scholarship will appear as an option for international students. When you apply for the scholarship, you will have the option of giving us information about your dependent children in the application.
Toggle ItemWhat happens if I get married during the year?First of all – congratulations! Secondly, you will need to inform the scholarship office if your marital status changes.
Toggle ItemHow can I spend the extra 20% of funds I get after it pays for my tuition?You can use it to help pay your health plan premium, course content charges, or towards books and necessary academic supplies purchased at the Outpost (Ensign College Bookstore). We recommend you speak with the Cashier’s Office with questions about how to use these extra funds. The Cashier’s Office will adjust any unused funds towards the end of each semester.