The CU Boulder Chancellor’s Achievement Scholarship is awarded to incoming nonresident freshmen in the top 25% of CU Boulder’s admitted nonresident freshman class. Scholarship awards are based on high merit demonstrated by weighted GPA and ACT or SAT test scores. Recipients may also be eligible for the Arts & Humanities Merit Scholarship or other college/program specific matching scholarship.
*ACT scores are superscored; SAT scores are superscored using Critical Reading and Math sections (prior to March 2016) or Evidence-based Reading and Writing (ERW) and Math sections (March 2016 and beyond).
Students selected for this scholarship will receive an offer letter with their digital admission decision packet which is accessible through their admission application status page.
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The scholarship is paid on a semester basis, and the funds for each semester will be credited to your CU Boulder tuition and fees bill provided that you meet the eligibility criteria.
Summer school is not typically funded. However, if you will be enrolled in summer school at CU Boulder in a minimum of six credit hours and meet the renewal criteria as of the end of the previous spring semester, you may request to receive a semester’s scholarship award in the summer in lieu of receiving it in the fall or spring. You must contact Scholarship Services to make the request. You will not be automatically credited with the scholarship.
For more information contact Scholarship Services at 303-492-4533 or at email@example.com.