The Nick and Helen Papanikolas Scholarships are offered with the intent to foster the recruitment and retention of students from underrepresented populations.  The scholarship supports qualified undergraduate students who are members of a Native American Tribe recognized by the United States Government, undergraduate students who demonstrate experience or commitment to working with the Asian American, Pacific Islander, or African American communities. The scholarship funds for 2014-2015 will be divided into two equal amounts Fall and Spring semester.  Recipients must be registered as a full-time student (12 credits) each semester to receive the award.  Supporting documentation is required. Submit the following to Professor Ronald G. Coleman, Department of History, Room 310 Carolyn Tanner Irish Humanities Building or mail to: University of Utah, 215 South Central Campus Dr. Room 310, Attention: Ronald Coleman SLC, UT 84112-0310 by April 28, 2016.
  1. One completed and signed application, preferably typed.
  2. Supplementary sheets for the “Additional Information” requested.
  3. University of Utah transcript, including fall semester 2013 applicant must have at least 24 U of U credit hours.
  4. If you have transfer work, you must also include your “Summary if Transfer Credit.”  This is available from the Transcripts office, 250 SSB.
Students are not eligible for a scholarship unless they are matriculated at the University of Utah and plan to complete at least 12 hours for each (two) semester of the 2014-2015 academic year.