Justice Byron R. and Marion S. White Memorial Scholarship

The Justice Byron R. and Marion S. White Memorial Scholarship was established by family, friends and former law clerks in remembrance of Justice White and his wife, Marion. This award continues to honor what Justice Byron White and Marion White stood for during their lifetime. The scholarship is awarded to one student per year and is renewable for up to four years (8 semesters). Students identified as finalists will be invited in April to interview with the Justice Byron White Scholarship Selection Committee which includes family, former clerks, and CU Boulder staff.

To be considered you must:

Along with these minimum requirements, eligibility for this scholarship will be based on:

  • Academic achievement
  • Participation in Varsity sports
  • Involvement in public service
  • Financial Need may be considered

Supplemental Questions
  1. This scholarship is awarded to students who participated in varsity sports while in high school.
    • Did you participate in a varsity level sport in high school?
    • What leadership roles did you have (if applicable)?
    • What sport(s) did you participate in?
  2. How has participation in varsity sports impacted you?
  3. What does “public service” mean to you and what are your future goals related to public service?
  4. Risk comes in many forms such as exploring an idea, bridging a social divide, confronting one's fears. Reflect on a risk you have taken, what was the situation and what was the outcome?