The following is a list which includes the scholarship resource office and a few highlighted scholarships for which, University of Colorado Denver students may wish to apply. A link to the associated website and/or contact information is provided in the description of each scholarship program where available. Please feel free to contact us to add to the list.
Scholarship Resource Office
Website: Scholarship Resource Office
Resource for students to find scholarships both internally (general scholarships and by college or degree) and externally.
Daniels Fund Scholarship
Website: Daniels Fund
2% of first-year student population are recipients of this full-ride scholarship. The Daniels Fund also employs a scholar relations team which helps all of its scholars across the country to retain and graduate each scholar. UCD does not offer any additional support for these scholars beyond the regular resources given to all students on the campus.
Website: Denver Bound
Recruitment of out of state student pool with strong academic qualifications. 5% of first-year class are traditionally Denver Bound scholars. A large percentage of these students are in undergraduate honors program.
Denver Scholarship Foundation Scholars
Several students on UCD campus are recipients of DSF scholarships. Students are from Denver Public Schools and are from predominantly low-income and first generation families. UCD offers a campus contact for these scholars beyond the regular resources given to all students on the campus.
Engineering Scholars Program
Website: College of Engineering and Applied Science
UCD- College of Engineering/Applied Science Freshman engineering students are provided with a one-year full tuition scholarship. They are required to meet with an advisor once a month to discuss various topics, including: class work, peers, extracurricular activities, etc. The hope is to recruit strong minority students and to expand their college experience. We expect that through scholarships and close mentoring, minority students will succeed and encourage more students of colors to join the College of Engineering.
Rocky Mountain Noyce Scholars Scholarships
The Rocky Mountain Noyce Scholars Program at the University of Colorado Denver aims to recruit, train and provide financial support for undergraduate mathematics students interested in developing the skills necessary to become effective secondary math educators. Paid academic year and summer internship opportunities are available to freshman and sophomores who are interested in working with middle and high school students in an educational setting to see if becoming a math teacher may be something they want to pursue. Scholarships of at least $14,000 per year are available for the last two years of study for undergraduates in the undergraduate math licensure program.