Not usually. If your GPA is very close to the minimum and you can show you’re on an upward trajectory, you may be able to apply. Check with the Top Scholarships office.
Typically, you should ask faculty on the tenure track. You need a writer who knows you very well, so be sure to cultivate relationships with faculty.
We often need to convene a selection committee to select those students we will endorse as applicants. We need time for the selection process, and time for endorsed candidates to revise their applications.
This office does not work with freshmen scholarships. Contact the Office of Financial Aid: http://www.colorado.edu/finaid.
See the Scholarship Resources page.
No. The faculty member must upload the letter. If they have questions, they can contact the Top Scholarships Office.
Send them to the Top Scholarships Office at Campus box 365.
If you meet the scholarship eligibility requirements, and you graduated from CU- Boulder, the Top Scholarships office can still advise you.
You can get many different degrees. Check out the Resources for Study in the U.K. Most major scholarships do not allow you to work toward an MBA or an MD.
See the guidelines on the website for the scholarship you’re applying to, see Writing the Personal Essay, and make an appointment with the Top Scholarships Office.