WALTER SCOTT, JR. UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP

Top undergraduate students enrolled in the College of Engineering in each incoming class divided into three categories of recipients: 1) IN-STATE TUITION, ROOM AND BOARD – $21,000 per student to be used to support the tuition, room and board, and student fees for approximately five (5) top Colorado resident freshmen each year a) Resident of Colorado pursuing a bachelor’s degree and enrolling as a full-time student b) exhibiting academic achievement demonstrated by a high school GPA of 4.0 or greater and scholastic aptitude test scores of 33 ACT or 1440 SAT or greater c) Receiving the University’s Green & Gold Scholarship 2) IN-STATE TUITION – $6,000 per student to be used to support the tuition for approximately ten (10) top Colorado resident freshmen each year a) Resident of Colorado pursuing a bachelor’s degree and enrolling as a full-time student b) exhibiting academic achievement demonstrated by a high school GPA of 4.0 or greater and scholastic aptitude test scores of 33 ACT or 1440 SAT or greater c) Receiving the University’s Green & Gold Scholarship 3) OUT-OF-STATE TUITION – $15,000 per student to be used to support the tuition for approximately five (5) top non-resident freshmen each year a) Non-resident freshmen pursuing a bachelor’s degree and enrolling as a full-time student b) exhibiting academic achievement demonstrated by a high school GPA of 3.8 or greater and scholastic aptitude test scores of 29 ACT or 1290 SAT or greater c) Receiving the University’s Presidential Scholarship (Each scholarship is renewable for up to four (4) years (five (5) years if student is completing a dual-degree program) provided the recipient meets the following criteria: Maintains a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher for the term(s) during which scholarship is received; maintains continuous registration (fall and spring) in an engineering program; and maintains satisfactory progress toward degree completion and completing at least twenty-four (24) credits per academic year. If a recipient fails to be eligible for renewal, the selection committee may, in its discretion under the circumstances, award additional scholarships to incoming freshman, consistent with eligibility requirements)

Award
Varies
College/Department
Scott College of Engineering
Deadline
03/01/2018
Supplemental Questions
  1. The values promoted by the Walter Scott Jr. Undergraduate Scholarship are leadership, excellence, and citizenship. Please describe how these values are consistent with your values, your accomplishments to date and your future goals.