State Scholarships and Loans

Awards based on the availability of funds

Colorado Student Grant

Grants available for undergraduate students who are Colorado residents. Amount of grant is awarded by financial need as determined by the financial aid office.

Colorado Student Incentive Grant

Grants available for undergraduate students who are Colorado residents. Amount of grant is awarded by financial need as determined by the financial aid office.

Colorado Work-Study

Provides jobs for needy Colorado residents as a way of helping to meet their cost of education. This is awarded by financial need as determined by the financial aid office.

Regent Opportunity Scholarship

Colorado resident expressing financial need. Must be 1st degree in your family and 1st generation with a degree.
Regent Opportunity Scholarship:

University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
Financial Aid Office
(303) 270-8364

Colorado Loan Repayment Program

Designed to assist medically under-served communities in the recruitment and retention of health care providers. Recipients must agree to practice in federally designated Health Professional Shortage Areas for a minimum of two years. Also must be licensed and have completed residency training.

Colorado Loan Repayment Program
Colorado Area Health Education Center
University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
Mail Stop F433
P.O. Box 6508
Aurora, CO 80045-0508
(303) 724-0753

SACHS Foundation Scholarship

This program provides aid to African American students with exceptional financial need. The candidate must possess a minimum GPA of 3.60, be a Colorado resident and U.S. citizen.

SACHS Foundation
United Bank Tower, Suite 1410
90 South Cascade Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
(719) 633-2353
www.frii.com/~sachs

Colorado Springs Osteopathic Foundation

To assist Colorado state residents with the cost of tuition at an Osteopathic Medical School.
Colorado Springs Osteopathic Foundation
P.O. Box 154
Colorado Springs, CO 80901
(719) 635-9057
www.csof.org

Colorado Nursing Scholarship Program

For Colorado nursing students who agree to remain in Colorado to practice nursing. Scholarship can cover the basic cost of tuition, fees, books and supplies, and direct transportation. Student must also agree to work in federal qualifying health clinics and under-served areas with nursing shortages throughout the state.

Colorado Commission on Higher Education
1300 Broadway, 2nd Floor
Denver, CO 80203
(303) 866-2723
www.state.co.us/cche_dir/hecche.html

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