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Ensign College provides a market-driven, skills-based education with associate and bachelor’s degrees offered in fields where employment demand is high and entry-level earning potential is excellent.

Giving Opportunities

Current fundraising priorities at Ensign College include scholarships focused on needs-based student aid as well as scholarships for students who demonstrate leadership and service. Student aid scholarships support internships, leadership, missionary service, international students, and PathwayConnect graduates.

Ensign College Student Financial Aid Fund

Give students the opportunity of a lifetime to receive an education and launch their careers through your gift.

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M. Russell Ballard Service and Leadership Scholarship

Support students who work towards exemplifying President Ballard’s legacy of leadership and service.

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“For anyone that is worthy, willing, and qualified, we warmly welcome you to an institution that is a beacon of hope and opportunity.”

- President Bruce C. Kusch
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Ensign College President’s Report

When I was a new missionary serving in a small branch in the western highlands of Guatemala, my senior companion was Elder Jorge Solano from San José, Costa Rica.

I loved and admired Elder Solano, and I learned many important lessons from him. He was a great teacher of the gospel. He had a great sense of humor, and he was a captivating storyteller. Everyone loved him. But above all, Elder Solano was deeply committed to being the best missionary that he could be, and he took his responsibility seriously to be an obedient, worthy representative of Jesus Christ.

I was committed to my pledge to worthily represent the Savior. But one Saturday morning, Elder Solano helped me see that I didn’t yet understand what it meant to be committed to live to a higher standard and to keep the promise I had made as a missionary to represent Christ at all times and in all places.

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Catch the Spirit of Giving

Kerry and Cynthia Belnap love being members of the Fox Society. Kerry was introduced to the society during the 28 years he worked in the Philanthropies Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. As Kerry and Cynthia met and interacted with donors, students, and professors as a part of Kerry’s job, they both felt drawn to participating in the society.

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A Life Transformed by Ensign College

From the outside, McManus’s childhood in Manchester, England, seemed normal. He had many happy childhood memories playing and being kids with his four older sisters and one younger sister. But behind closed doors, he grew up in a broken home, where he was physically and emotionally abused.

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Degree in Three

Starting in April 2024, Ensign College students can complete a bachelor’s degree in communication or information technology in as little as three years! In a process facilitated through BYU–Pathway Worldwide, Ensign College students will be able to graduate with a degree by earning 90 to 96 credits instead of the usual 120 credits—or four years of schooling—it normally takes to graduate.

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Starting Over in a New County

Lydia asked God to transform her life. A scholarship was her answer.

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Alumni Highlight – Josh Chamberlain

Josh has a career he loves and knows his value because of what he learned at Ensign College.

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Alumni Highlight – Tony Young

Because of education, Tony has better career opportunities.