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Private scholarships are provided by organizations unaffiliated with CU-Boulder such as community foundations, civic organizations, your local high school, national groups, family foundations, businesses and others. For these scholarships, you will apply directly to the sponsoring organization. CU-Boulder encourages students to apply for privately-funded scholarships.
Learn more on remitting private scholarship payments to CU-Boulder.
Private Scholarship Resources
Scholarship Services often receives notices from donors unaffiliated with CU-Boulder wanting to advertise their scholarships to our students. We maintain a list of these scholarships as well as frequently referenced private scholarship websites. Learn more
Scholarship Search Engines
Private scholarships are awarded on a wide range of eligibility criteria. Several websites maintain databases of private scholarships making it easier to find ones that match your strengths. Deadlines vary; the majority of deadlines will fall between early November and mid-July. Learn more
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Beware of Scholarship Scams
Scholarship Services does not endorse any private scholarship or web site listed on our web pages. We provide this information to you as a resource; exercise your best judgment in researching scholarship opportunities. Learn more