Program in Environmental Design

University of Colorado Boulder

ENVD Diverse Scholars Program

“Creating Paths to Success”

The ENVD Diverse Scholars Program is home to Environmental Design students involved in one or more of the following academic scholarship programs in order to engage students and integrate with campus and community partners to build community, provide a social and academic support system, and foster persistence and retention through a wide array of programming activities.

Designers Without Boundaries
Academic Excellence Program
Daniels Fund Scholars
Denver Scholarship Foundation
First Generation Scholars
McNeill Academic Scholars
Pre-Collegiate Development Program
White Antelope Memorial Scholarship Program
First Nations Scholarship Program

The ENVD Diverse Scholars Program is part of the CU-LEAD Alliance, a set of multi-disciplinary academic neighborhoods in each college and school at the University of Colorado Boulder where students, faculty, and staff are united in promoting academic excellence within a diverse campus environment. CU-LEAD neighborhoods strive to build community through academic enrichment activities, scholarships, small group courses, personal links to faculty and staff, common gathering areas, counseling and mentoring, and opportunities for community engagement.

For more information, visit the CU-LEAD Alliance Website.