Lattice First Generation Scholarship

The Lattice First Generation Scholarship was established to support first-generation, undergraduate students who are residents of the state of Colorado and who demonstrate high financial need according to the FAFSA/CASFA. The Lattice Scholarship combines with other scholarships, grants, and aid you may receive to provide a Lattice Scholarship that meets students’ unmet financial need. The Lattice Scholarship is intended to cover a majority of the cost of attendance for selected scholars.

To be eligible for consideration, applicants must:

  • Complete the CU Boulder Scholarship Application, the College of Engineering Scholarship Application, including the Lattice Scholarship Application questions by the posted deadline.
  • Demonstrate high financial need as determined by the FAFSA/CASFA.
    *PLEASE NOTE: This opportunity is only open to first-time first year students entering CU in Fall 2024.

The Scholarship is renewable for up to four years provided recipients enroll as full-time undergraduate students each fall and spring semesters; maintain a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA each academic year; and complete Lattice Scholar Participation requirements including mentoring, Lattice academic coaching, annual events, and Lattice Essential Strategies for Engineering Success course.

For questions about the Lattice Scholarship, contact ceas-scholarships@colorado.edu.

Award
Varies
Deadline
07/22/2024
Supplemental Questions
  1. Please tell us about your financial situation as it relates to college affordability and your current plan to pay for college.
  2. What Lattice Offers: The purpose of the Lattice First Generation Scholarship Program is to support the success and graduation of first-generation Coloradoans with high financial need. Lattice aims to do this by providing:
    • The Lattice Scholarship to meet students' unmet financial need.
    • Access to academic, wellness, and other resources - such as: Academic Coaching, Wellness workshops, 1:1 support from Lattice Program staff, and more.
    • A mentorship program for specifically designed for Lattice scholars to build relationship and community with their peers and with Lattice mentors - through individual and group meetings, scholars build supporting mentoring- and peer-relationships through activities and discussion of various topics related to person and academic growth and success.
    • Financial Wellness workshops and activities for scholars to gain knowledge and skills to manage their financial resources during and beyond their college experience.
    Please respond to the following question about your personal interest in the support that the Lattice Program offers:
    • 1. Please rate how important it is for you to have access to academic, wellness, and other resources, as described above, during your undergraduate experience in the College of Engineering & Applied Science.
    • 2. Please explain your rating to the previous question and how support, resources, or activities related to academic, wellness, and other resources would support your goals.
    • 3. Please rate how important it is for you to have access to mentoring, community, and relationship-building activities, as described above, during your undergraduate experience in the College of Engineering & Applied Science.
    • 4. Please explain your rating to the previous question and how support, resources, or activities related to mentoring, community, and relationship-building would support your goals.
    • 5. Please rate how important it is for you to have access to financial wellness skill-building activities and workshops, as described above, during your undergraduate experience in the College of Engineering & Applied Science.
    • 6. Please explain your rating to the previous question and how support, resources, or activities related to financial wellness skill-building activities and workshops would support your goals.