How to Finance Your Culinary Education

Committing to a Culinary Arts Education Is a Big Step Towards Reaching Your Career Goals.



Now, you just have to figure out how to pay for culinary school.

We have several options for you to finance your culinary education and are eager to work with you to find a solution that works for you.


Culinary Arts Scholarships

American Culinary Federation

Salt Lake Culinary Education is an ACF Recognized Quality Program*, the only one in the State of Utah. You can see their scholarship opportunities here:


Pro Start

We also offer $600 scholarships to Pro Start graduates and $1,200 scholarships to Pro Start winners!


Scholarship Zone 

Scholarship Zone offers scholarships up to $10,000:


Family, Career and Community Leaders of America(FCCLA).

You can learn more about the FCCLA and their competitions and scholarships here: (

Contact: Natalie Hancock: 801-422-2429,

The State Advisor: Nikki Sue Larkin, 801-641-1241,


Hungry to Lead Scholarship

There are 2020 scholarships from Hungry to Lead: 750 East Covey Lane #110, Phoenix, AZ 85024, 877-995-8922,


Cooking School Scholarships 

Cooking School Scholarships is a consolidated resource for culinary scholarships.


Scholarships for Moms

A unique scholarship opportunity for moms. Scholarships4Moms helps mothers fund their educations through scholarships. Learn more about it here:


Vocational Rehab/GI Bill

SLICE will soon accept the GI Bill. The anticipated acceptance date is late Spring 2020. Stay tuned!



Some of our students have received partial scholarships through their employers, check with your HR Department.


Tax Deduction

If you already own your own business (or are planning to start one with your new culinary education), check with your tax accountant to see if your tuition is a tax-deductible expense.


Call Salt Lake Culinary Education, and we’ll do our best to guide you to your best opportunities. 801-464-0113