Campus Programs & Departmental Scholarships

CU-Boulder offers a variety of programs to enrich your academic career. Many provide scholarships as a component of either participation in or affiliation with their program. The program name below will bring you to their website for eligibility criteria, application procedures and deadlines, and contact information.

Program or Department Description
Academic Excellence Program A federal TRiO program to support retention and graduation of low-income, first generation and/or be a student with disabilities.
CU Alumni Association The Alumni Association in partnership with Buff chapters across the country, the Directors Club, and the Parents Association awards scholarships to incoming freshmen and current CU freshmen.
CU Parents Association CUPA offers scholarships to continuing or transfer CU-Boulder students who will be sophomores, juniors, or seniors for the 2014-15 academic year.
CU-LEAD Alliance and Scholarship Program A set of multidisciplinary academic neighborhoods promoting diversity and educational excellence through access for underrepresented and first-generation students
Disability Services Provide students with disabilities the tools, reasonable accommodations, and support services to participate fully in the academic environment.
First Generation Scholars Program A program which includes student development, advising, and academic enrichment support for Colorado residents whose parents do not have any education or technical training beyond high school.
First Nations Scholarship The First Nations Scholarship was created in 2006 to assist non-resident, tribally enrolled, freshmen and transfer American Indian students in the completion of their baccalaureate degrees.
GLBTQ Resource Center Promote equal opportunity for successful academic, social, and personal development for all GLBTQIA students, staff, faculty, and their allies in a safe and supportive environment.
Guardian Scholars A program to enable foster youth to earn their undergraduate degree at CU-Boulder.
Honors Program Provide special education opportunities for academically prepared, highly motivated undergraduate students.
McNeill Academic Program A program to support PCDP and other students' academic, personal, and professional development at CU-Boulder.
Norlin Scholars Program An interdisciplinary academic neighborhood for intellectually curious, active learners who embrace creativity, and apply their learning toward the betterment of society.
Presidents Leadership Class A four year leadership development program that offers leadership courses and networking opportunities to develop the next generation of leaders in Colorado and around the world.
Puksta Scholars Program A special enhancement opportunity program to develop civically engaged citizens within our society. Puksta Scholars serves as a catalyst for bringing about positive change in the campus culture and in local communities.
Office of International Education Study Abroad Programs Resources to assist with financing a study abroad program.
Reserve Officer Training Corps College programs to prepare students to become leaders in the military.
Air Force ROTC Information: 303-492-8352
Army ROTC Information: 303-492-3549
Naval & Marine ROTC Information: 303-492-2582
Top Scholarship Office To help high-achieving students already enrolled at CU prepare thoughtful applications to some of the most prestigious, nationally competitive scholarships offered.
Veterans Services Resources for veterans and military members living, working and receiving their education and CU-Boulder
White Antelope Memorial Scholarship Program In the spring of 1988, the University of Colorado established the White Antelope Memorial Scholarship to assist American Indian students in the completion of their baccalaureate degrees.