This scholarship was established to recognize the achievement of an undergraduate English major studying creative writing with a preference for students whose strength is in writing poetry. The scholarship was established in memory of Alex McGuiggan, an English major at the University of Colorado Boulder.
This scholarship benefits students with a creative writing emphasis who exemplify promise of talent in communicating through written language. The scholarship was generously established by Donna Jorgenson Farrell in memory of her son, Curtis Michael Gimeno, who enjoyed writing.
Created by English alumnus Dick Shahan, this scholarship is open to all CU-Boulder undergraduate students. Students can use their imaginations and demonstrate their writing skills in different genres while celebrating Boulder.
The Kelling prize is a variable cash award for the best essay on literature submitted by an undergraduate currently enrolled in the university. The essay must have been written for an English class at CU-Boulder.
The Joanne Easley Arnold English Scholars Fund is a two-year award designed to recognize and provide financial and intellectual support to a top English major in honor of the donor who was a dean with the university.
The Jovanovich prize is an annual award for creative writing with excellence in poetry, fiction, playwriting or nonfiction prose.
This scholarship was generously established in memory of Robert Manford Tobin Jr, a CU-Boulder Business graduate.
The donors of the Spring 2018 Trotsky Family Undergraduate Writing Award wish to reward gracefully written arguments and analyses produced by undergraduate students currently enrolled at the University of Colorado Boulder.