Deborah S. Bayle Scholarship Fund For Youth | United Way Salt Lake
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Deborah S. Bayle Scholarship
Fund for Youth

The 2020 Scholarship Application Is Closed

Applications for the class of 2021 will open on Tuesday, January 5th, 2021.

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To Apply

To Apply

  • You must be a high school Senior at Cottonwood High School, Hillcrest High School, or Kearns High School.

  • You must be planning to attend Salt Lake Community College, University of Utah, Utah Valley University or Weber State University.

  • The amount awarded to each student is dependent on your needs and will be reevaluated for each year as part of the reapplication process.

  • You must prove you have applied for additional financial help such as FAFSA or private scholarships.

  • Citizenship status is not taken into account to determine eligibility.



Scholarship Timeline

Scholarship Timeline

  • May 9, 2020: Scholarship Award Notifications

  • Eligibility

    Eligibility

    • Scholars must be enrolled in 12 credits at Salt Lake Community College, University of Utah, Utah Valley University or Weber State University for each semester they are receiving an award.

    • Scholars must maintain at least a 2.5 GPA during the academic year (fall and spring semesters.)

    • Scholars agree to be an active participant in a college or university student support and retention program. A list of options will be provided to you.

    • Applicants must prove they have applied for additional financial help such as FAFSA or private scholarships each year.


    Important Documents

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    About Deborah Bayle

    As a community leader and business influencer for nearly four decades, Deborah made a significant impact in her 16 years as President and CEO of United Way of Salt Lake. During her tenure, Deborah courageously led the transformation of the organization to focus on changing the odds for kids and families in our communities. In 2015, the Board of Directors recognized her leadership by naming a scholarship fund in her honor to benefit students whose lives have been directly impacted by the organization’s collective impact work.

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