Planning to study engineering at CU Denver? Do you want to learn with like-minded students? Join the Engineering Learning Community in the College of Engineering and Applied Science and apply for up to $10,000 in scholarships per year, for two years, funded by the National Science Foundation S-STEM program. Students in the Engineering Learning Community take classes designed to complement one another and to support success of first-year engineering students. Benefits of this learning community include a connected curriculum that fosters collaboration and community, as well as smaller class sizes.
To be considered for Engineering Learning Community Scholarships students must:
- have a 3.5 high school GPA or higher
- receive at least a 26 composite ACT score with a 27 math or 1260 composite SAT score with a 650 math
- demonstrate financial need - visit fafsa.gov to complete your FAFSA (school code 004508)
This project is part of a multi-institution “STEM Urban Collaboratory.”
Required Courses, First Semester*
Math 1401 - Calculus I
ENGL 1020 - Core Composition I
ENGR 1208 - Interdisciplinary First-Year Experience
The Engineering Learning Community spans two semesters; scholarships are renewable for up to two years. All courses apply to your engineering degree.
NOTE: Participation in the Engineering Learning Community does not guarantee a scholarship.
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