Please become familiar with the Norlin program components below. Participants receive emails about most of this information, but are expected to be proactive and independent in fulfilling Norlin requirements and staying in contact. Failure to meet requirements may result in temporary withholding or permanent revocation of the scholarship.
Four-year Norlin Scholars must fulfill the following Program Components in order to retain the scholarship:
Two-year rising junior Norlin Scholars must fulfill the following Program Components in order to retain the scholarship:
- Keep a consistent GPA of 3.0 and be registered full-time (a minimum of 12 semester-based, on-campus credits)
- Maintain regular and frequent communication with the Program Director regarding fulfillment of requirements, academic progress, studying abroad, time out, student conduct violations, etc.
- Adhere to the University’s codes of professional, academic, disciplinary and personal conduct
- Attend the Norlin Celebration of Scholars (Spring)
- Provide an Annual Report Narrative (or Exit Survey if graduating) by June 1st
- Take NRLN 3500, Constructions of Knowledge in the Fields in Fall (UEP will enroll you)
- Attend the New Scholar Welcome Reception (Fall)
- Attend the New Scholar Retreat (Fall)
- Meet with the Director or Norlin Faculty for a one-on-one consultation about your academic and other plans (Fall)
- Sharing of Experiential Learning Component (Spring)
We also encourage all Norlin Scholars to participate in the following Norlin Scholar optional activities:
You might also want to consider these CU Boulder opportunities: