Our office funds public and community-engaged scholarship that connects research, teaching and creative work with partners in Colorado communities and beyond.  

More than $7 million, benefiting 5.5 million people, has been granted since 1999. Public and Community-Engaged Scholarship Grants are made possible by the Office of the Chancellor, Office of the Provost and the Division of Continuing Education.

Whether you are new to the practice of public and community-engaged scholarship or seeking support for established work, we encourage you to review our funding options and to reach out to us with questions.  

The table below summarizes the main differences among our four types of Public and Community-Engaged Scholarship Grants. More detail can be found on each tier’s page.