Todd Taylor Memorial Scholarship
The Todd Taylor Memorial Scholarship was established to reward successful students who embody Todd Taylor’s work ethic, dedication, and passion. Taylor passed away in 2012 while serving as the longest-tenure state political party executive director in the nation. He is remembered as “a true renaissance man” with a passion for national and local politics, a near photographic memory, encyclopedic knowledge of Utah politics, and personal authenticity.
Strong academic standing in any major at the University of Utah
Full-time student who will maintain full-time student status at the University of Utah throughout the upcoming academic year.
Demonstrate a commitment to public service and political engagement.
Must be a U.S. citizen, lawfully present in the U.S., or have graduated from a Utah high school.
If you have specific questions or would like additional information, contact the Hinckley Institute at 801-581-8501.
Letter of Recommendation (from either a professor or professional work supervisor)
Transcript (unofficial is acceptable)
Essay (prompt provided in application)
Scholarship decisions will be made before the end of spring semester. Funding will be released through the University of Utah Financial Aid & Scholarship Office and will be credited to outstanding tuition balances; excess funds will be refunded to the student.
2020: Andrea Jimenez, Sierra Marty
2019: Abigail Barney
2018: AnnaMarie Barnes
2017: Kylee Groft, Derek Emfinger
2016: Stephanie Gladwin, Lisa Homel
2015: Dane Alban, Augustus Stoneman, Andy Ho
2014: Collin Bess
2013: Steven Young
2013: Ashley Jolin, Sara Jayne Seastrand
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March 1, 2024