Academic performance will be considered in awarding the scholarships, along with family financial situations and community volunteer services.
An essay about the applicant’s educational and career aspirations will also be considered, according to a press release.
Three $2,000 scholarships are being offered in honor of Paul R. Ball will be awarded to credit union members or their families. Ball, a former vice president of Mountain America, died in an automobile accident in 1992. Applications for that award are due April 11.
Family members of credit union members who are also members of the Utah Public Employees Association may also apply for the UPEA scholarship. Three in the amount of $1,000 will be awarded. The deadline for that is March 3.
Additional information and application forms are available at macu.com/scholarships.