An undergraduate student in the College of Engineering and Applied Science who completes at least 12 credit hours of course work for a letter grade during the fall or spring semester on the Boulder campus, and who earns a semester grade point average (GPA) of at least 3.600, will be included on the college dean’s list for that semester. Notation of “Dean’s List” is also placed on the student’s transcript by the Office of the Registrar.
Undergraduate students my be eligible for honors designations at graduation. For more information, visit the engineering website for graduation requirements.
Undergraduate scholarships are provided by public funds and private donations by alumni, corporations, and friends of the college through gifts to the University of Colorado Foundation, Inc. In some cases, endowments have been established; other scholarships are based on annual gifts. Some companies provide matching funds for gifts from their employees who are alumni. More than 800 scholarships have been made available to qualified students.
For additional information about college-based scholarships, contact the dean’s office at 303-735-2440 or see www.colorado.edu/engineering/admissions/finances/scholarships (Undergraduate Scholarships). Students may also contact the Office of Financial Aid at 303-492-5091.
Anyone interested in providing an undergraduate scholarship or contributing to the scholarship fund may contact the Engineering Development Office, University of Colorado Boulder, 422 UCB, Boulder, CO 80309-0422, 303-492-7899.