September 22, 2017

Workman-Loss Scholarship Awarded by Mesa State College

The Workman-Loss Scholarship is an award sponsored by Mesa State College.

Information About the Scholarship:

Scholarship Requirements: Candidate must be a nontraditional student with a minimum 2.0 grade point average enrolled in the Montrose Center, demonstrate financial need, and be a resident of Montrose, Colo., or Olathe, Colo.

Awarded by:

Mesa State College
Financial Aid Department, P.O. Box 2647
Grand Junction, CO 81502
USA
Phone: 970 248 1396

Contact Details:

Mesa State College Montrose Center Advisory Committee
234 S. Cascade Avenue
Montrose, CO 81401
US

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