Scholarships

Dixie Technical College offers many types of scholarships to students based on specific criteria.


If you need assistance, or more information, contact Student Services at 435-674-8400.







AmericanMuscle Student Scholarship – 4 x $2000 scholarships for students pursuing an automotive themed major (mechanical engineering, robotics etc.) Two scholarships will be awarded every spring semester, followed by two additional scholarships to be awarded for the fall semester each year.

(Application can be found here)


AmericanTrucks Student Scholarship – 4 x $2000 scholarships to students (including high school seniors) pursuing a career in the traditional building trades such as HVAC, carpentry, electrical, or related fields of study. Two scholarships will be awarded every spring semester, followed by two additional scholarships to be awarded for the fall semester each year

(Application can be found here)


Kim Beneschott Creative Arts Scholarship – We are thrilled to support students who are passionate about the arts, and we would be incredibly excited to receive applications from Dixie Tech. Our scholarship is called the Kim Beneschott Creative Arts Scholarship. Its purpose is to support and inspire students pursuing or planning to pursue a creative arts degree. All GPAs will be considered. The application deadline is April 28th, 2020.

You can find more information about our award here)


Red Rock Center for Independent Living Scholarship – The Red Rock Center for Independent Living (RRCI) is once again accepting scholarship applications from students with disabilities. The application deadline is May 30.

Eligibility criteria and application and description of the application process can be found on the RRCI website here)


SUTA Scholarship – The Southern Utah Trucking Association sponsors scholarships for students entering the Diesel Technology or CDL programs. Interested students must fill out the application and submit it by the spring or fall deadline. For more information, contact Sarah Boyer at sarah@utahtrucking.com.

(Download application here)


SUHBA Scholarship – The Southern Utah Home Builders Association offers scholarships to students intending to be employed in the Construction Industry. Preference for scholarships will be given to students pursuing construction-related education and students affiliated with SUHBA. The scholarship may be used to fund almost any post-secondary education, i.e., college or vocational, public or private. Recipients may be awarded up to $1,000 per academic year. Applicant is responsible to ensure that all application materials and requirements are submitted to The Southern Utah Home Builders Association by March 31, 2018. Application must be complete or it will not be considered. Contact Southern Utah Homebuilders at (435)674-1400 or visit their office at 2303 N Coral Canyon Boulevard, Suite 200, Washington, UT. Visit them online at suhba.com.

(Download application here)



Eligibility – In order to be awarded any type of College Scholarship, students must be a U.S. Citizen or a Legal Resident Alien. Some scholarship awards can only be provided to Utah State Residents. Students on scholarship must maintain satisfactory progress (67%) and attendance (85%) at all times while attending the College. Some programs require higher rates of progress or attendance. These program requirements will be considered when making selections or evaluating continued eligibility. Failure to maintain satisfactory progress or attendance can result in automatic withdrawal of the scholarship.


Applicants will be notified in writing of their selection status within 10 days following their selection. Students receiving notification of an award must officially accept the scholarship by notifying the Financial Aid office, in writing, of their intention to do so within 30 days of the posted date.


Scholarships are normally only available for programs that are regular, on-going technical College programs that lead to an approved, Certificate of Completion. Exceptions can be granted on a case-by-case basis for need-based awards, but only if you can establish the program leads to gainful employment or licensing. All requests for exceptions must be submitted in writing to the Financial Aid office.