The ABCs of Financial Aid in HPRAP:
A. John and Ann Harsh Endowed Undergraduate Scholarship:
This scholarship of approximately $1,000 is awarded to an incoming HPRAP student who is a declared Integrative Physiology (IPHY) major AND is a first generation or underrepresented student or have a strong financial need. Upon assignment to the HPRAP during the summer before freshman year, students are informed of the process needed to apply for the John and Ann Harsh Scholarship.
B. Office of Financial Aid:
Every HPRAP-enrolled student is encouraged to apply for grants, loans, and/or workstudy support through CU Boulder's Office of Financial Aid (OFA) regardless of economic status. OFA awards merit-based and need-based grants and awards. Prospective students who apply BEFORE February 15th in the year before matriculating at CU optimize their chances of obtaining support. Start the OFA application process here.
C. College of Arts & Sciences Scholarships:
More than 200 scholarships are awarded each year to incoming freshman and continuing students who have majors in the Arts & Sciences. Prospective students who apply BEFORE February 15th in the year before matriculating at CU optimize chances of obtaining support. See application information and important links here.