Fall Denver Bound Scholar Graduates
Brittany Erway - Criminal Justice Major - Madison, AL
Christianna Niska - Biology Major/History Minor - Alexandria, MN
Joey Michel - Music and Music Business, Audition - South Riverton, UT
Steven Paul - Education License and Social Studies Major - Santa Rose, CA
As Denver Bound Scholars you are highly motivated students who have had a successful start to your academic career. Many of you have done amazing community service and leadership activities in your high school and community, and all are strong academically. You are all great assets to the University, and we wouldn't want your talents to be unused. There are many opportunities to stay involved at the University, so become involved. Ten volunteer hours are required each semester as a part of the scholarship.
There are various programs to assist you while on campus. These can be located on the front of the University web page under student services.
Please keep in mind that to stay on track for a timely graduation it is important you keep a graduation plan and track your progress each semester. The forms for this are located on the Denver Bound mentor webpage.
Each year there is a new group of Denver Bound Scholars entering the program. There will be opportunities to help mentor and interact with the new students.
Review the ‘Next Steps’ you should take as a new Denver Bound Scholar.
Never hesitate to contact Mary Francavilla with any questions, concerns, or just to talk.
Student Bios-Click on Student's Name For More Information
Ben Clark graduated from University of Colorado Denver. He is working on becoming a certified Actuary.
Craig Finger graduated Summa Cum Laude and as the Outstanding Graduate for the College of Arts and Media with a B.S. in Music. He also graduated with honors from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences with a B.A. in Anthropology.
Susie Reithel came to the University of Colorado Denver as a Presidential Denver Bound Scholar in May 2006 following her graduation from Onalaska High School in Wisconsin.