Regents' Scholarship

The Regents' Scholarship encourages Utah high school students to prepare for college academically. Over 22,000 students have earned the Regents' Scholarship by taking the courses that help them be college ready, and you can do the same!

Please note: During the 2019 legislative session, HB260 was passed, creating the new Utah Promise Scholarship program and altering the Regents' Scholarship program. Program materials can be found under the Future Applicants link below.

The Regents' Scholarship may be modified each year as a result of legislation. It is important that you use the information found on this website as your resource for the most up-to-date information.

Official information regarding the Regents' Scholarship is produced by the Utah System of Higher Education or the Utah State Board of Regents and published on higheredutah.org and UtahFutures.org. Do not rely on information published by any other entity.

Rules and Requirements

Read the Rules and Requirements in order to gain an understanding of what you can do to prepare for college and earn a scholarship.

Course Warehouse

The Regents' Scholarship Course Warehouse is tool to help you know which classes you can take to earn the scholarship.

Planning Guide

Use the Planning Guide to map out your plan to qualify for the scholarship.

FAQ

Common questions are addressed in the FAQ page. As always, if you need help contact us directly.

Application Information

Be prepared to apply for the scholarship during your senior year through the Regents' Scholarship Portal. The application for students that are part of the 2020 graduating class will open November 15, 2019. The priority deadline is December 6, 2019. The final deadline is February 3, 2020. Additional details regarding the application process will be available when the application opens.

Application Information for the Class of 2019

All students will be notified of the outcome of the initial review through their Regents' Scholarship Account no later than May 1, 2019.

Important Dates

Any student who is found to be on-track for the Regents' Scholarship will need to turn in final documentation. See the Final Review Information below or the Document Checklist in your account for more details. All final documentation is due by July 1, 2019.

Related Documents

This deferment information only applies to students applying for the scholarship as part of the 2019 high school graduating class.

A deferment is used to put your Regents' Scholarship "on hold". Students will submit a deferment request if they have applied for the scholarship, but will not attend college the Fall Semester immediately after graduating from high school.

You will submit a deferment request to the eligible Utah college/university that you plan to attend. The college or university will review your request and determine if the request is approved. If the request is not approved you will need to be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credits the Fall Semester after high school graduation in order to remain eligible for the scholarship.

Requests for a deferment are evaluated on a case-by-case basis, with no guarantee of approval. Even if you are granted a deferment, the scholarship will still expire five years from the date of high school graduation.

You are responsible for managing your scholarship even while on a deferment. It is highly recommended that you mail in the Student Information Release Form to authorize someone else to receive information about your account while you are on deferment. If you will not be able to monitor your scholarship account online, it is STRONGLY recommended that you authorize someone to act on your behalf by obtaining and submitting a copy of a notarized power of attorney. Receiving an approved deferment does not exempt you from meeting requirements and deadlines. Be sure to check your account regularly or have an authorized person do it for you.

If you have questions regarding how to submit a deferment request contact either the admissions office or the financial aid office of the college or university you plan to attend.

This information is only applicable to applicants who graduated in the class of 2019. Please read below for details on award information and how to maintain eligibility for the Regents' Scholarship.

All students must enroll in, and complete, a minimum of 12 credits during the first semester that they receive the Regents' Scholarship. The eligible Utah college or university that you attend will communicate directly with the Regents' Scholarship office to verify your enrollment.

Requirements for Supplemental Award Recipients

Students who are found to be eligible for the Supplemental Award may use the scholarship for up to four semesters. Students are required to complete 12 credits each semester, maintaining a 3.0 semester GPA.

If you do not earn a 3.0 semester GPA you will be placed on probationary status; however, if you earn a semester GPA lower than a 3.0 for a second semester you will forfeit the scholarship. Students are still able to receive the Regents' Scholarship while on probation.

The college you attend will automatically report enrollment and GPA information to the Regents' Scholarship each semester. Students will not be required to turn in enrollment documentation to the Regents' Scholarship to maintain their eligibility. Students who do not meet the eligibility requirements will forfeit their Regents' Scholarship and may have to return the scholarship funds.

Eligible Colleges/Universities

Students from the class of 2019 can use the Regents’ Scholarship at the following schools:

Utah System of Higher Education

  • Dixie State College
  • Salt Lake Community College
  • Snow College
  • Southern Utah University
  • Utah State University
  • Utah Valley University
  • University of Utah
  • Weber State University

Private-Non Profit Institutions

  • Brigham Young University
  • LDS Business College
  • Westminster College

The award amounts for the class of 2019 during the 2019-2020 academic year are as follows:

  • The Academic Award will be a $2,000 one-time payment.
  • The my529 Award is a one-time payment of up to $300, subject to contributions to your my529 account.
  • The Supplemental Award is a renewable award, subject to a student’s individual circumstances based on Expected Family Contribution as well as other state and federal aid the student is receiving. Your college will notify you of your eligibility for this award through your financial aid award information.

Students who will not enroll in Fall Semester immediately after high school graduation, must obtain an approved deferment from an eligible Utah college.

For students who receive the Supplemental Award and will not continuously enroll in Fall and Spring (Winter for BYU and SUU) Semesters, they must request a Leave of Absence from their college.

Each college sets their own deadlines and guidelines for requesting a deferment or leave of absence. You will need to work with the college to ensure you are meeting their requirements. Students who do not meet enrollment requirements and do not receive an approved deferment/leave of absence from their college will forfeit their eligibility to receive the Regents' Scholarship.

If you file for a leave of absence or a deferment you are strongly encouraged to submit a Student Information Release Form to allow our office to release information to those you have authorized. This is helpful if someone is helping you manage your account. You are responsible for managing your account even while on a deferment or leave of absence. Be sure to check your account regularly or have an authorized person do it for you.

Students may transfer from one eligible Utah college to another. In order to transfer their remaining Supplemental Award, students must contact the Regents' Scholarship office prior to the start of the semester at their new college. Students will also need to inform the college they are transferring from that they will no longer be enrolled at that school and contact the school they are transferring to informing them that they will be transferring and are a Regents' Scholarship recipient.

  • The scholarship will expire five years from the date of high school graduation regardless of receiving a deferment or a leave of absence.
  • If you are not able to manage your account for any reason it is strongly recommended that if you submit a Student Information Release Form (if you have not done so already).
  • If your contact information, such as your email address or phone number needs to be changed, you can update it through your My Account Settings.

The following information is for students who graduated from high school in 2018 or prior.

2019-20 Academic Year Award Information

Based on legislative funding, the award amounts for those attending college during the 2019-2020 college academic year Fall & Spring Semesters (Fall & Winter at BYU) are as follows:

  • The Base Award will be $1000 one-time
  • The Exemplary Award is $1,250 per semester
    • Students must renew their award every semester
  • The my529 Supplemental Award (previously known as UESP Supplemental Award) is subject to the amount saved through the my529 program, with the maximum scholarship award being $400 one-time.

Funding levels beyond Spring Semester 2020 are unknown. Award levels are announced each April for the upcoming academic year and can be found on this website. Award amounts are determined annually and are subject to legislative funding and the total number of qualified participants. Award amounts may be reduced, may vary from year to year, and are dependent on when the recipient is enrolled in college.

  • Students who earned the Exemplary Academic Achievement Award (EAA) must renew it each semester by submitting a payment request through their scholarship account. If you are a scholarship recipient from the graduating classes of 2012-2015 and have not set-up your account please contact us for specific instructions. You must enroll in Fall and Spring (Winter for those attending BYU-Provo) semesters continuously unless an approved leave of absence is obtained.
  • To maintain eligibility, you are required to enroll in and successfully complete 15 credit hours each semester, earning a 3.3 semester GPA or higher. If you do not earn a 3.3 semester GPA you may be placed on probationary status; however, if you earn a semester GPA lower than a 3.3 for a second semester you will forfeit the scholarship. The EAA will expire five years from the date of high school graduation and may be utilized for four semesters, 65 credits, or completion of a bachelor's degree, whichever comes first. Please note: only credits earned during semesters in which you received a scholarship payment are counted towards the 65 credits. If you do not provide evidence of meeting the renewal requirements by the deadlines listed below, the scholarship will be forfeited.
  • Students who were approved for a deferment immediately after high school graduation and have earned the Base Award or the Base and UESP Awards only you will need to submit proof of enrollment as described below. You will not need to submit proof of completion; however, if you drop below 15 credits you will forfeit the scholarship and will have to repay the award.

All documentation must be postmarked by the following dates:

  • September 15 for Fall Semester
  • February 1 for Spring/Winter Semester (if you are attending BYU and SUU)
  • June 1 for Summer Semester

You are strongly encouraged to submit the required documentation as soon as possible. Payment processing takes 2-3 weeks after all required documents have been received. In some cases, you may not receive the award payment until after tuition is due. In such cases, it is your responsibility to comply with and meet any tuition payment deadlines.

If you do not continuously enroll, you must apply for and be granted an approved leave of absence through the Regents' Scholarship office.

  • You are encouraged to submit a Leave of Absence request as early as possible if you do not intend to enroll in Fall Semester, but you must submit it no later than August 1.
  • If you are not enrolling in Spring (Winter) Semester, you must submit your Leave of Absence request no later than January 15.

Proof of enrollment in at least 15 credit hours must include the following:

  1. your name
  2. the titles of enrolled courses
  3. the semester you will attend (for example "Fall 2019")
  4. the name of the college/university where you are enrolled
  5. your student college/university ID # (may be handwritten)
  6. total number of credit hours enrolled

Note: BYU Independent Study and wait-listed courses do not count towards meeting the minimum credit hour requirement.

Proof of successfully completing at least 15 credits, earning a 3.3 semester GPA or higher must include the following:

  1. your name
  2. the semester attended (for example "Spring 2020")
  3. the name of the college/university attended
  4. the title of courses completed
  5. total number of credit hours completed with grades
  6. the semester GPA earned

To submit a payment request, log in to your Regents' Scholarship account and click on "Payments/Leave Request". If you have not created your Regents' Scholarship student account go to myaccount.regentsscholarship.org/onboard and enter the information requested. Once your account is created, log in to your account through myaccount.regentsscholarship.org and follow the steps below to upload your renewal documents:

Step 1:

Follow the instructions found in the table below to obtain the correct documentation.

Step 2:

Save the document(s) as a PDF or PNG format. You may need to print the document, then scan it to save it as a PDF. To save the document as a PDF follow these steps when using Google Chrome:

  • Pull up your document on your college account
  • Right click and select Print (Make sure Headers and Footers is checked under "Options".)
  • Click "Change" to change your printer and select "Save as a PDF".
  • Click "Save", this will pull it up as a PDF, then you can save it to then upload it to your scholarship account.
  • Mac users can follow similar steps selecting to print the document. Once in the print screen save as a PDF.

Step 3:

Log in to your Regents' Scholarship student account and click on "Payments/Leave Request" on the left side of the page

Step 4:

Click on "Complete Payment Request Form" then fill out the questions and upload the required documentation Please note: If you choose to submit a transcript to show completion of the course work, you may use the college or university's electronic transcript exchange to send a transcript directly to us from the college. However, we do not accept documents submitted via email or fax directly from students.

  • The documents should either be obtained from the college registrar or on-line from your college account and does not need to be official, but must be obtained directly from the college's website.
  • Documents cannot be copied and pasted or have information that has been handwritten or typed (with the exception of the student ID). Screen shots capturing ALL required information are accepted.
  • The information needs to be contained in one document, not a combination of several documents.
  • A college website at the bottom or top of the page is acceptable for the college name.
    • If a document does not print with the website on it, you can generally adjust this from "Page Setup" or the printer settings by adding in the header or footer.
    • Google Chrome users: After selecting print, ensure that "Headers and Footers" is selected in the Options box. Wait-listed courses do not count towards the minimum credit hour requirement.
  • Coursework completed through BYU Independent Study is not accepted.

Click on the name of the school you are attending to see step-by-step instructions for obtaining the correct documentation. Note: The instructions were updated as of May 2019. However, campus systems can change with out notice; therefore, if you are experiencing difficulty in obtaining the documentation needed please contact us.

Please note: Coursework completed through BYU Independent Study is not accepted.

  • Document name: Record Summary
    • Document acceptable for proof of completion: Yes
    • Document acceptable for proof of enrollment: Yes
    • Steps to obtain the document:
      • Log in to your myBYU account.
      • In the "Campus Favorites-Student" box click "View Grades and Academic Progress."
      • Or, in the "Campus Links" box, click "School", then click "AIM", then click "Grades".
  • Document name: Student Detail Schedule
    • Document acceptable for proof of completion: No
    • Document acceptable for proof of enrollment: Yes
    • Steps to obtain the document:
      • Log in to your myDixie account.
      • Click on "Student" then on "Registration".
      • Click on "Student Detail Schedule"" and select the term.
      • Ensure that URL prints out on the document
  • Document name: Academic Transcript
    • Document acceptable for proof of completion: Yes
    • Document acceptable for proof of enrollment: Yes
    • Steps to obtain the document:
      • Log in to your myDixie account.
      • Click the "Student" tab, then click on "Student Records".
      • Click "View Unofficial Transcript".
      • Ensure the school name or URL prints on the document
  • Document name: Unofficial Transcript
    • Document acceptable for proof of completion: No
    • Document acceptable for proof of enrollment: Yes
    • Steps to obtain the document:
      • Log in to your MyBC account.
      • Click on "Student Center."
      • Under "BC Popular Places", select "Transcript-View Unofficial" from the "Other Academic" drop down. Click the arrow button.
      • For the "Report Type" select "Unofficial".
      • Then click "View Report".
  • Document name: Official Transcript
    • Document acceptable for proof of completion: Yes
    • Document acceptable for proof of enrollment: Yes
    • Steps to obtain the document:
      • Go to homepage of LDSBC.
      • Click on bottom menu (located at top right of page).
      • Click on transcript request.
      • Next log in and you will be taken to the transcript request form.
  • Document name: Student Detail Schedule
    • Document acceptable for proof of completion: No
    • Document acceptable for proof of enrollment
    • Steps to obtain the document:
      • Log in to your mySLCC portal.
      • From the top menu, select "Academics & Records".
      • Click on "View/Print Schedule Summary" from the Schedule box.
      • Select semester and click "Submit."
  • Document name: Academic Transcript
    • Document acceptable for proof of completion: Yes
    • Document acceptable for proof of enrollment: Yes
    • Steps to obtain the document:
      • Log in to your mySLCC portal.
      • From the top menu, select "Academics & Records".
      • Click on "Display Academic Transcript" from the Academic Records box.
      • Select "Undergraduate" for level and "Web Transcript" for type.
      • Click "Submit".
  • Document name: Academic Transcript
    • Document acceptable for proof of completion: Yes
    • Document acceptable for proof of enrollment: Yes
    • Steps to obtain the document:
      • Log in to the Badger Web and click on "Student Services"
      • Click "Student Records", then on "Academic Transcript".
      • Ensure that school name is on the document, either in the URL or elsewhere
  • Document name: Academic Transcript
    • Document acceptable for proof of completion: Yes
    • Document acceptable for proof of enrollment: Yes
    • Steps to obtain the document:
      • Log in to your mySUU portal.
      • In the Banner box, click "Student Menu".
      • Click on "Student Records", then click on "Academic Transcript".
      • From the drop-down menu, select "All Levels" and "Web Transcript".
      • Ensure that the URL prints out on the document.
      • Please note, your university ID # can be handwritten on the document.
  • Document name: Official Transcript
    • Document acceptable for proof of completion: Yes
    • Document acceptable for proof of enrollment: Yes
    • Steps to obtain the document:
      • Log in to your mySUU portal.
      • Under "resources" select "order transcript/replacement diploma".
      • Complete the request.
  • Document name: Unofficial Transcript
    • Document acceptable for proof of completion: Yes
    • Document acceptable for proof of enrollment: Yes
    • Steps to obtain the document:
      • Log in to the CIS.
      • Click on Academic Records icon (has a paper with an A+ on it).
      • On the left hand side click on the tab that says "View Transfer Credit Report".
      • At the top of the page click on the tab that says "My Academics".
      • Click the link that says "View my Unofficial Transcript".
      • There will be a box that reads: "Academic Institution: U of U, Report Type: U of U Unofficial transcript" click "Go". You may need to click "Refresh".
    • Highlight the text from top to bottom so that the full page will save without the menu bar on the left.
    • Right click on your mouse and select Print and choose to print as Adobe PDF to save this onto your desktop to your computer.
  • Document name: Student Detail Schedule
    • Document acceptable for proof of completion: No
    • Document acceptable for proof of enrollment: Yes
    • Steps to obtain the document:
      • Log in to your myUSU portal.
      • On the left hand side of the screen select "Banner".
      • Click on "Main Menu" then the student tab.
      • Next click on "Registration".
      • Click on "Student Detail Schedule."
      • Select the semester and click "View."
      • Must print with the URL in order to be acceptable.
  • Document name: My Class Schedule
    • Document acceptable for proof of completion: No
    • Document acceptable for proof of enrollment: Yes
    • Steps to obtain the document:
      • Log in to your myUSU portal.
      • Under Student Information click on "My Class Schedule".
      • Select the Term.
      • Click on the printer icon in the right hand corner and print to a PDF.
  • Document name: Academic Transcript
    • Document acceptable for proof of completion: Yes
    • Document acceptable for proof of enrollment: Yes
    • Steps to obtain the document:
      • Log in to your myUSU portal.
      • On the left hand side of the screen select "Banner."
      • Click on "View Transcript", select "Undergraduate" for the level and "Unofficial" for the type.
      • Click "Submit."
  • Document name: Academic Transcript
    • Document acceptable for proof of completion: Yes
    • Document acceptable for proof of enrollment: Yes
    • Steps to obtain the document:
      • Log in to myUVU account.
      • Go to the student tab on left hand side of screen and select "My Academics."
      • Click on "Unofficial Academic Transcript."
      • Select "Undergraduate" for level and "Unofficial" for Type.
      • Click Submit. Your university ID # can be handwritten or take a screen shot and save the document in order to show the ID #.
  • Document name: Student Schedule
    • Document acceptable for proof of completion: No
    • Document acceptable for proof of enrollment: Yes
    • Steps to obtain the document:
      • Log in to myUVU. Go to Student tab on the left hand side of the screen and select "My Academics".
      • Click on "My list of Classes."
      • Select the term. Please note, your university ID # can be handwritten or take a screen shot and save the document in order to show the ID #.
  • Document name: Unofficial Transcript
    • Document acceptable for proof of completion: Yes
    • Document acceptable for proof of enrollment: Yes
    • Steps to obtain the document:
      • Log in to the eWeber portal.
      • Search for "unofficial transcript."
      • Click on the unofficial transcript.
      • The system may required you to log in again then will direct you to the Academic Transcript page.
      • Select "All Levels" and "unofficial".
      • Click the submit button.
  • Document name: Academic Transcript
    • Document acceptable for proof of completion: Yes
    • Document acceptable for proof of enrollment: Yes
    • Steps to obtain the document:
      • Log in to the eWeber portal.
      • Search for "official transcript."
      • This will take you to the Student Clearing House page.
      • Go to the bottom of the page.
      • Select "order and track transcript."
      • If you need to enter an email address to send the transcript to, enter regentsscholarship@ushe.edu.
  • Document name: Student Schedule Bill
    • Document acceptable for proof of completion: No
    • Document acceptable for proof of enrollment: Yes
    • Steps to obtain the document:
      • Log in to the eWeber portal.
      • Click on "Tuition and Fees" icon.
      • Select "Student Schedule Bill."
      • Select the correct semester then click "Display."
  • Document Name: Unofficial Grade Report From Self-Service
    • Document acceptable for proof of completion: Yes
    • Document acceptable for proof of enrollment: Yes
    • Steps to obtain the document
      • Log into Self Service.
      • From the gray menu bar on the left-hand side, select the Academics drop-down menu.
      • From the Academics menu, select Grades.
      • On the Grades page, select the "Print" option in the top right-hand corner. This will open a window asking you to select a term. Choose the current term and select "Print" at the bottom of the screen.
      • This should open a separate window that can be printed or saved as a PDF.
  • Document name: Official Transcript
    • Document acceptable for proof of completion: Yes
    • Document acceptable for proof of enrollment: Yes
    • Steps to obtain the document:
      • Can be ordered in person at the Registrar's office OR online.
      • Click "Order Transcripts Online."
      • Then click "Start" at the bottom of the page.
      • Complete the online form.

A leave of absence is used to put your Regents' Scholarship "on hold" and maintain eligibility for the scholarship. Use the leave of absence request form if you have qualified for and received one or more scholarship payments. Refer to the Deferment Information if you will not be enrolling Fall Semester immediately after high school. A leave of absence is generally used when you are:

  • serving in the military,
  • have a major medical issue, or
  • for humanitarian/religious service reasons

Leave of absence requests for reasons such as traveling, attending a non-eligible college/university or working to save money will not be approved. Requests for a leave of absence are evaluated on a case-by-case basis, with no guarantee of approval. The scholarship will expire five years from the date of high school graduation; a leave of absence does not extend this expiration.

Students must submit their leave of absence request through the Regents' Scholarship Student Portal . The online leave of absence form can be found on the Payments/Leave Request tab. With the online form, students must also submit proof of completion from the previous semester attended and supporting documentation related to the leave request. Under each section below, the acceptable supporting documents are listed.

Leave of absence requests are due by the following deadlines:

  • August 1 if seeking a leave beginning Fall Semester
  • January 15 if seeking a leave beginning Spring Semester (Winter Semester if attending BYU)

You are responsible for managing your scholarship even while on a deferment. it is highly recommended that you mail in the Student Information Release Form to authorize someone else to receive information about your account while you are on deferment. If you will not be able to monitor your scholarship account online, it is STRONGLY recommended that you authorize someone to act on your behalf by obtaining and submitting a copy of a notarized power of attorney. Receiving an approved deferment does not exempt you from meeting requirements and deadlines. Be sure to check your account regularly or have an authorized person do it for you.

  • You must be of age to serve and set your availability to serve on or before December 1 (if seeking a leave for Fall Semester) or April 1 (if seeking a leave for Spring Semester or Winter Semester for those attending BYU).
  • If you will not be of age to serve a mission and do not set your availability date as outlined above, you will not be eligible for a leave of absence. Therefore, to remain eligible for the scholarship, you will need to continue attending school enrolling in 15 credits.
  • If you return early from your mission, you must contact the Regents' Scholarship office immediately as the terms of the leave of absence are now void. Failure to do so may result in the forfeiture of the scholarship.
  • Required Supporting Document: a copy of your mission call stating the date you will be leaving and the length of time you will be serving. For students who have not yet received their call they must submit a letter from their bishop on church letterhead stating the student's intent to serve and their availability date to serve. The request may be granted on a provisional basis until a copy of the mission call is submitted to the Regents' Scholarship office.
  • Required Supporting Document: You must submit a letter from the program on letterhead stating the length of time you will be gone and the service you will be participating in. This letter needs to include details regarding the service you will be providing.
  • Required Supporting Document: you must provide a formal doctor's note describing your individual circumstances which prevent you from meeting the scholarship requirements and your doctor's recommendation regarding your college enrollment. Information related to the medical condition must be current (less than 3 months old).
  • Leave of absence requests related to medical reasons are typically only approved a semester at a time.
  • Required Supporting Document: You must submit a copy of your military orders that state the length of time you will be gone and the date you will report for service.

When returning from a leave of absence, you will follow the instructions provided on the Renewal and Payment Request Instructions in order to "re-activate" your scholarship.

You do not need to be an expert in regards to the scholarship requirements, but you can encourage students to explore the scholarship requirements to determine if it is a fit for them. If students need help with the scholarship, they can contact us directly.

Students who earn the Regents' Scholarship see great benefits once in college, earning a full point higher GPA and are twice as likely to earn a bachelor's degree in 6 years than those who did not participate in the program. Studies have shown that taking a college prep curriculum, similar to the courses required to earn the scholarship can help overcome the effects of socioeconomic status on college completion rates.

Tools to Help Students

  • Use the Course Warehouse to help students know what courses they can take at your school to qualify for the scholarship. Instructions are provided below.
  • Request free copies of the Planning Guide
  • Request a scholarship expert to come to your school and provide information to students.

The Regents' Scholarship Course Warehouse is a tool to help students, parents and counselors know which courses qualify for the Regents' Scholarship. With your help, students will be able to enroll in their courses with confidence that the courses will help them qualify for the scholarship!

Each Utah school that offers courses for 9-12 grade students has the opportunity to submit their English, Math, Social Science, Science and World Language courses for review. The Course Warehouse displays information related to the courses such as: course titles, credits they can earn for completing the courses, any special notes about the course and the status of the course such as approved, approved with conditions, not approved and archived.

If a school has not submitted courses, students can use the Commonly Accepted Courses list to help guide them in what courses they should complete. The titles listed here are generic in nature and may not match the titles used at each individual school.

Creating an account is easy! Go to courses.regentsscholarship.org, in the upper right hand corner click on "Representative click here" and follow the information to register. Each school can have up to two active representative accounts. If there are staff changes at your school, we can easily deactivate an account, allowing a new representative to be added; please give us a call and we will help you. Once your request is submitted a staff member from the Regents' Scholarship office will approve your account, allowing you to then submit courses for review.

Once you have been approved to submit courses for review, you will log in and click on "Add New Course". Fill out the information for the course and submit it for review. You can add multiple courses at a time.

We recommend that you gather the following information about each class prior to beginning the process of entering it into the system for review (some find it helpful to collect it in an excel or word document to then be able to cut and paste the information into the form). For each course you will enter:

  • Course title as it appears in your schools catalog
  • Course title as it appears on student transcripts
  • A course description such as what appears in the school catalog. If you school does not have a course catalog the description should provide basic information about what the class will cover.
  • The 11-digit state course code: Each course has course code associated with it that provides information about the course. Note: for private schools who do not have state course codes please use 11 zeros as the course code.
  • Subject (i.e. English, Math, Science, Social Science, World Language)
  • The number of credits the course is worth and if it provides core graduation credit.
  • Pre-requisite information (if applicable)

Remember: only submit course information for English, Math, Social Science, Science, and World Languages. If you are submitting a large number of courses, plan on an hour or two to submit the course information (if you have collected the information ahead of time as suggested).

Although there is not a deadline, we do recommend that you revisit the courses each year to submit any updates. If there are no changes, you simply indicate such with a click of a button. Your school's course list will be updated and ready to go for the next year. If a course needs to be updated or edited, you can easily do this by logging in to your account and using the edit button. This will allow the most current information to be available for students.

Once the course information is submitted, a Regents' Scholarship staff member will review the information. If we have any questions, we will reach out to you for clarification. We expect the review to take no longer than 4 weeks. Once everything is reviewed, you will get a message from us. If you submit a course during peak application times (generally November-February and June-August) it may take longer than normal.

Regents' Scholarship staff will communicate with you through your Message Center regarding course reviews and any questions that may come up. When a message is sent to you, you will receive an email to log in a check your messages. Please note that the Message Center is tied to your school account and other representatives for your school, both current and future, can see any messages there. This is to allow for historical context regarding course questions and information. Please do not send messages with questions about specific student situations through the Message Center rather email (regentsscholarship@ushe.edu) or call our office (801-321-7159).

The information submitted for the Course Warehouse will eventually tie into the application, allowing the student to select course titles from the school through which the course was completed. This will allow students to see course titles they are familiar with rather than generic titles, thus having greater confidence that they are reporting the correct courses on their application.

Contact Regents' Scholarship

regentsscholarship@ushe.edu

801-321-7159

Regents' Scholarship Program
P.O. Box 145114
Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-5114