November 22, 2017

Leadership, Excellence, Achievement & Diversity Program Scholarship Awarded by University of Colorado at Boulder

The Leadership, Excellence, Achievement & Diversity Program Scholarship is an award sponsored by University of Colorado at Boulder.

Information About the Scholarship:

Award Amount: Average – $1000
Scholarship Requirements: Candidate must be a first generation college student and a student of color. Candidate must participate in minority Arts and Sciences program, Multicultural Engineering program or McNeils Academic program.
Eligible for: Must be college freshman, sophmore, junior or senior.

Awarded by:

University of Colorado at Boulder
Campus Box 312
Boulder, CO 80309-0312
USA
Email: finaid@colorado.edu
Phone: 303 492 5091
Fax: 303 492 0838
Website: http://www.colorado.edu/finaid

Contact Details:

Office of Financial Aid/Scholarship Department

Phone: 303 492 4533
Fax: 303 735 1832

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University of Colorado at Boulder

University of Colorado at Boulder