We believe strongly in access to quality education for all and are dedicated to making this a possibility for more and more students each year. Thanks to our generous supporters who share in this belief, we offer over 60 scholarships to help students achieve their dreams of becoming leaders in education.
Scholarship applications are open from November 1 through March 1
How to Apply?
Application instructions and step-by-step information is accessible through CU Boulder's scholarship app.
Current students already admitted to the School of Education can access the scholarship app directly through their MyCUInfo accounts.
Incoming undergraduate first-year students (applying for Summer and Fall) must first complete their admissions application to CU Boulder, as well as to the School of Education, before accessing the scholarship app. After submitting your application you will need to create a Student ID Number in order to recieve an IdentiKey. Your IdentiKey is what will give you access to the MyCUInfo portal, where you can access the Scholarship Application. Follow the steps below to complete this process.
Interdisciplinary Studies prospective students who are already working as paraprofessionals or support staff in K-12 schools may be eligible for scholarships. Please contact Liz Meyer for more information.
Incoming graduate students should contact the Graduate School for information on scholarship opportunities. Continuing graduate students can access the scholarship application in Buff Portal. See step-by-step instructions for continuing students.
If you have any questions or concerns along the way, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Submit a CU Boulder admissions application
- Submit the "Scholarship Application Access Request" form
- Log in to MyCUInfo and complete the Scholarship App
Important Dates for Scholarships
Financial Aid and Loan Forgiveness
All students are encouraged to apply for need-based financial aid.
The University of Colorado Boulder’s Office of Financial Aid website offers information about how to apply for financial aid and additional resources. To discover your eligibility, you can submit a free application on the Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) website.
Teachers may also be eligible for loan forgiveness programs.
PhD Program Funding Details
All incoming and accepted PhD students will receive a generous and supportive funding package. A typical package will include a total of a 50% appointment (~20hr/week) through a Graduate Research Assistantship and/or Teaching Assistantship, full tuition remission and a fellowship to assist with student fees, the majority of the CU Student Health Gold Insurance Plan, and a stipend of approximately $21,400 per academic year. Please note that these figures are subject to change and summer funding is not guaranteed.
For more information about financial aid at the University of Colorado Boulder, visit the Office of Financial Aid website or email email@example.com.
For questions about scholarships contact 303-492-4533 or email firstname.lastname@example.org