PLC Enrichment Fund Scholarship
PLC Enrichment Fund scholarships are awarded to Presidents Leadership Class students based on merit and experience-based needs. This is not an application for strictly financial-based need. PLC students can apply for Enrichment Fund scholarships after their 1st semester at CU. PLC Enrichment Fund scholarship awards will be allocated the following academic semester (semester following application semester).
Students can apply for scholarships of up to $1000/semester depending on enrichment category. Enrichment funding amounts and numbers awarded vary by available resources and the number of applications received. Awards cannot be allocated as cash/check, and cannot be distributed during the summer except for Maymester purposes (enrollment must be at CU). The PLC Enrichment Fund scholarships are awarded to PLC students based on the criteria listed below:
- Quality and effort of application
- Good academic standing based on the PLC Academic Code. (> 3.0 GPA)
- Demonstrated commitment to and continuous involvement in the PLC program and community.
- Opportunity fulfills requirements for PLC and/or fills requirements for LSM
- Amount available in fund and number of requests made.
- Schools, Colleges, Departments
- Presidents Leadership Class
- Supplemental Questions
- Please check the box of the category for which you are applying for funding.
- Please check the box for the amount of Enrichment Fund Scholarship you are applying for:
- For COURSE FUNDING REQUESTS, please indicate the course you will enroll into next semester:
- For ALL NON-COURSE FUNDING REQUESTS, please provide a paragraph summary of the experience for which you are pursuing and requesting financial assistance, and a line item budget that depicts the financial need for this award.
- FOR ALL REQUESTS - In a well written essay, please describe the progress made in your development of the PLC leadership competencies to date - 1) Academic Health/Career Readiness, 2) Critical Thinking and Analysis, 3) Creativity, 4) Ethical Reasoning, 5) Implementation of Solutions, and 6) Community Impact