Scholarship Resources

To express interest or need assistance on how to apply for a scholarships, schedule an appointment with a counselor, or reach out to our office. We would be happy to assist you.

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CME Scholarships


Byron Warfield-Graham

This scholarship is no longer available under CME. Please contact SIL (Student Involvement and Leadership) for more information. 

3 students awarded 2020-21


Norris & Eleanor Owens

Private scholarship for students who identify as American Indian, Asian, Black, Hispanic, or Pacific Islander. This scholarship is open for U.S. citizens and affidavit (Undocumented). 

10 students awarded 2021-22 with an average of $1,000

8 students awarded 2022-23 with an average of $1,300


Tony Ulibarri Fund

Private scholarship for multicultural students who can show proof that they are in need of financial assistance. This scholarship is open for U.S. citizens and affidavit (Undocumented). 

14 students awarded 2021-22 with an average of $1100

15 student awarded 2022-23 with an average of $1,100

Student Affairs (SA) - Scholarships for Undocumented Students

Undocumented Students will still qualify with or without DACA, & also Non-FAFSA Eligible Students.


Infaith Community Foundation

To apply, please fill out the online Google Form below.


Oportunidad Scholarship Fund

To apply, please fill out the online Google Form below.


Phyllis "Heart" Guerts

To apply, please fill out the online Google Form below. 


Sonora Grill Scholarship Fund

To apply, please fill out the online Google Form below.

More resources for Undocumented students found on:


Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion (EDI) - Other Financial Aid


Norman C. & Barbara L. Tanner


Thank you to the Tanners for their support of underrepresented students in housing over the past 5 years. Students have benefitted from your contribution. The scholarship time has ended and is no longer available. 

6 students awarded 2021-22

4 students awarded 2022-23 with an average of $668


Warfield-Graham Emergency

Students may qualify for up to $500 per academic year.

Steps to complete the online application:

  1. Apply Online
  2. Next, schedule an appointment through Starfish* with point person Lulu-Faumui-Latu.
    1. Once you click the link use the "Center for Multicultural Excellence" dropdown menu, choose "BWG Emergency Fund".

*If you are having issues, make sure you are logged into your eWeber portal and Starfish for it to work correctly.


Chandler & Kimberly Holbrook

Preference given to individuals who have faced challenging social, economic, educational, cultural, or other life circumstances.

  • Must be enrolled full-time during the scholarship period.
  • For tuition, fees, or other educational expenses.
  • To provide two scholarships each academic year.
  • Previous scholarship recipients may re-apply.

2 students awarded. Closed for the 2022-23 academic year

Federal Financial Aid:


Ethnic Based Scholarships:

More Scholarships:

Multicultural Scholars Program High School Students Graduate School Students LGBT STEM Utah Private Donors

The Forrest C. Crawford Distinguished Stewardship Award  

*Must have a Bachelor's Degree

To Apply 

Applications are now open, apply though this link. Deadline to apply is Friday, January 6, 2023.

About the Award

This award has been created to honor Dr. Forrest C. Crawford, former Assistant to the President for Diversity, and professor of Teacher Education. It acknowledges Dr. Crawford’s remarkable energy and commitment to Weber State University (WSU), and, especially, his leadership of the University’s Diversity Initiative.

This award will be given to Weber State University graduate students who “have made exceptional contributions to the University, their profession or the public.”

Award Requirements

The recipients of the Dr. Forrest C. Crawford Distinguished Stewardship Award through demonstration of sound educational practices will have:

  • Improved a process
  • Advocated for others
  • Taken on leadership in their campus, academic field, or profession
  • Supported civic engagement
  • Promoted multiculturalism with direct impacts on the campus or community

Eligibility Requirements Include

  • Students must be graduate students attending WSU
  • Students must have received their Bachelors’ from WSU or any
  • Students must be involved with the Center for Multicultural Excellence and maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA or higher

Students Will Be Evaluated According To

  • Leadership
  • Service
  • Inclusion
  • Initiative
  • Teamwork
  • Excellence