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Scholarships

Family and Consumer Sciences awards many different scholarships each academic year. Below is a list and description of the scholarship pertaining to FACS majors. In addition, SFL offers general scholarships.

To apply, please print out scholarship application, fill it out and turn it into the School of Family Life office, 2086 JFSB.

Alice D. Greene and Asta J. Beyer
Awards from this scholarship shall be made available to LDS women in good standing entering their junior or senior year who have exhibited academic and professional promise. Such academic achievement shall include a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 and must continue to maintain the 3.0 GPA or better for consideration of future awards from this fund. In addition, candidates for the award shall include a major in Family and Consumer Sciences Education, a demonstrated commitment to serving families, and a demonstrated personal integrity and commitment to the values which are supportive of family strengths. Awards shall also be made available to graduate students who are actively seeking advanced degrees and who are in need of financial assistance in order to continue their studies. Special consideration in each instance shall be given to need for assistance and desire for achievement.
Rosemary Borg Summers
The awards from this fund shall be made available to undergraduate female Family and Consumer Sciences Education majors in good standing entering their junior or senior year, and who exhibit academic and professional promise. Such academic achievements shall include a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.3. Candidates for this award must have a goal of receiving a teaching license, exhibit commitment to serving families, and demonstrate personal integrity and dedication to the values which strengthen families. One award shall be made to a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and, a second award shall be granted to a non-member of said church. In case a qualified non-LDS individual does not apply for the award, the scholarship may be given to a second LDS student who meets the requirements as described above.
Camilla Eyring Kimball Scholarship
This scholarship will honor Camila Eyring Kimball as a role model for professional Home Economists throughout the world, and to acknowledge the leadership Sister Kimball has given to the advancement of educational goals and opportunities for women in all cultures including her emphasis on continuing education. The scholarship will also provide recognition for the contributions of Sister Kimball in providing understanding of world-wide sisterhood for women through recognition of cross-cultural common denominators. The applicant must be a graduate student who is academically qualified to attend Brigham Young University and wishes to pursue studies in Home and Family Living in order to serve people in cross-cultural settings. Candidates should demonstrate a love of learning and a commitment to academic preparation for serving families in a cross-cultural setting. Candidates should also possess the qualities needed to serve in key educational leadership positions that will enhance the quality of family life in all nations.
Lucinda Brasher Wild
Awards shall be made available from this scholarship fund for undergraduate students in the program of Family and Consumer Sciences in the School of Family Life in the College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences. Awards shall be made available...to students who have evidenced academic merit and who demonstrate financial need. ...Those receiving awards shall be eligible for awards in more than one academic year.
Doris Ford Davis
To provide scholarship assistance to students majoring in the curriculums identifiable with the life of Doris Ford Davis. Specifically, those curriculums are clothing and textiles, Family and Consumer Sciences education, and food science and nutrition. Given to a junior or senior in Family and Consumer Science Education every other year (shared with Food Science) with minimum GPA of 2.80. If given to the same individual the second year that individual must maintain a 3.25 GPA.
Zina Card Brown
These are not financial. The Boyack is a fine gift for the home given to the outstanding Home and Family Living graduating senior who displays womanly qualities and is professional, and the Brown award is a sewing machine.