University Women's Club Scholarship
In 1982, the University Women’s Club of Boulder established a scholarship fund to help nontraditional students achieve their educational goals. The scholarships are designed to encourage aspiring CU Boulder students, who might not otherwise have the opportunity, to continue their studies as they often face the difficult task of combining study with family and job responsibilities.
The University Women’s Club’s scholarships benefit nontraditional CU undergraduates who are Colorado residents returning to school after a gap in their education, are 24 years or older, and have completed at least 12 credit hours at CU Boulder. Awards are based on academic merit (minimum 3.0 GPA), financial need, service, initiative, and involvement in academic or community leadership. Recipients must intend to enroll at least three-quarter time (9 credits per semester) both fall and spring.