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Important Information for Current CAM Students

College of Arts & Media

Scholarship Information

The University of Colorado Denver's College of Arts & Media is committed to improving the quality and accessibility of educational experiences for students pursuing careers in the arts in the Rocky Mountain region. An important component of this commitment is an undergraduate scholarship program that makes higher education in the arts available to and affordable for talented students.

EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1, 2006 – The Colorado State Legislature passed House Bill 1023, which requires the University to gather additional information for any student who applies for an received any form of federal, state, or local public benefits, including in-state tuition and merit, need, or other institutional financial assistance through a state institution of higher education.  Any student who has not applied for financial aid by filling out the FAFSA, or who has not applied for the College Opportunity Fund must also sign an affidavit stating that s/he is lawfully present in the United States and present appropriate identification to the Registrar’s Office in order to receive the benefits.

There are two places students should start in their quest for scholarships:

Scholarship Resource Office website
This office gathers information about scholarships for the entire University, offers great tips about applying for scholarships, and will help individual students with their applications.

Internship Information

    Students may be interested in pursuing an internship, which a good way for students to gain “real world” experience, earn college credit, and build networks.

    In order for a student to qualify for an internship, they must:

    1. Have a minimum 2.75 GPA
    2. Have junior class standing (60 credits or more completed)
    3. And be at the junior level in your major-area coursework

For more information on how to apply for internships please visit: Forms/"How To​" and look for "Registration Questions" at the top.

Graduation Information

Students may apply to graduate in Spring, Summer, or Fall semesters. There are Commencement Ceremonies for Spring and Fall graduations only. Summer graduates are invited to the Fall Ceremony.  

Fall Commencement is held in the Convention Center. Convention Center Staff will direct students to their College’s check-in point.

Spring Commencement is held on the athletic fields, located near the Tivoli. Students check in with their college in the Event Center/PE Building. Parking is free on campus! Be certain to bring some water and wear plenty of sunscreen as this event is held outside.

Information about commencement activities (dates, special passes, cap and gowns, and graduation announcements) can be found at​

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