Funding your graduate or doctoral education should not be a challenge. Let us help you locate the resources you need to find a scholarship or other financial aid program.
Financial aid is managed and awarded to students through the University of Colorado Denver Office of Financial Aid (FAFSA code: 004508). Below are resources to help you understand the cost of attendance and financing your education.
Cost of Attendance
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Public Health Scholarships
The Colorado School of Public Health offers scholarships to incoming and current students based on a variety of factors. Incoming students are considered for merit scholarships based on the information presented within their application to the school; current students are considered based on a specific call for scholarship applications.
Judith Albino Diversity Scholarship Fund
Priority Deadline: January 1
Final Deadline: February 1
Established by president emerita and past dean Judith Albino, PhD, the fund supports students pursuing health-based programs. Scholarship support is provided to students based on financial need and interests; who are studying public health, medicine, dentistry, or psychology, including psychology interns. Preference will be given to students studying in Colorado School of Public Health and who are members of federally recognized Indian tribes.
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Hoffman Master's Scholarship
The Hoffman Master's Scholarship provides funds for ColoradoSPH students with demonstrated financial need. The goal of this scholarship is to support master's students who contribute to the diversity of the ColoradoSPH, will contribute to the diversity of the public health workforce, and have a professional focus on addressing health disparities. The awards will range in duration from one to two academic years.
Information on the application process for the Hoffman Master's Scholarship will be forthcoming.
Moran Scholarship Fund
Established by the generosity of the Colorado Trust, the Moran Scholarship is awarded to students across the three ColoradoSPH campuses. The fund was named in honor of former Trust CEO John Moran Jr. The Moran scholarship is offered to students by each academic department following their acceptance into one of the school's programs. Awards are based on available funds and currently do not require a separate application. Eligibility is determined by the school's scholarship and awards committee in collaboration with department and program faculty. This scholarship is limited to Colorado residents.
Orleans Graduate Research Fund
Fall Deadline: August 11
Winter Deadline: December 8
Established by Professor Emerita Miriam Orleans, the Orleans Graduate Research Fund supports student research activities and associated costs including travel and conference stipends. Current students are eligible to apply during open calls for proposals - usually published twice per year.
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Established by the generosity of ColoHealth, the "Health Care in America" Scholarship is awarded to the student who best outlines their idea of what the health care system should look like in America. Visit ColoHealth for more information about eligibility and submission requirements
Global Health Scholarships
The following scholarships are offered through the Center for Global Health for current students. If you are a current student enrolled in ColoradoSPH courses, contact Michelle.Shiver@ucdenver.edu for details on the below scholarships.
Robinson Durst Scholarship
The Center for Global Health coordinates the scholarship that was founded by Professor Emeritus William Robinson, MD, PhD and Denver sculptor/ceramicist Peter Durst. Since 1997, the scholarship has provided more than 50 health sciences graduate students from the University of Colorado Denver an opportunity to enjoy a culturally diverse clinical or research experience. Philosophically, the scholarship committee and its founders strongly believe in the long-lasting, positive value of global health endeavors in broadening personal and academic perspectives.
Students for Global Health initiated the Scholarship in 2005 with financial backing from several Denver metropolitan area Rotary clubs. All graduate students in the health professions are eligible for the award, provided their proposed projects fits with the cores values of rotary, including fellowship, service, and ethical conduct. The Center administers the scholarship in close collaboration with Rotary leadership.