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We provide scholarship support services which connect students to resources, foster community, and develop leadership for equitable college success, retention, and graduation outcomes. Students who receive one of the scholarships listed below are assigned a scholarship support advisor who supports them in achieving their goals. Read below regarding Scholarship Support & Retention Program requirements.
Scholars must meet the following requirements each fall and spring semester in order to remain in good standing with their scholarship program and the Scholarship Support & Retention Program:
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Your scholarship advisor will be able to meet with you in person, via email, phone conversation, or Microsoft Teams Meeting.
Scholarships served: Denver Scholarship Foundation, COSI, Gear Up
[email protected]; 303-615-0873
To schedule an appointment use: SSC Navigate, email, or call.
Scholarships served: Denver Scholarship Foundation and DSF Leadership
Associate Director of Scholarships
[email protected]; 303-605-5517
Scholarship Support & Retention fosters a community of scholars through leadership activities, scholar events, and professional development. All scholars will be invited to Scholarship Support & Retention wide events ranging from Coffee Chats, to hikes, to informational sessions on different campus programs.
Program Elements include:
Interested in learning more or joining the Leadership Program email us at [email protected].
Alternative Break Program (ABP) exposes students to complex social and cultural issues through service, experiential learning, group discussion, and personal reflection. These are great educational opportunities for students to gain a deeper insight of social issues and become well-informed citizens. The Denver Scholarship Foundation (DSF) Leadership Program, Dream.US and the Reisher Scholarship fund host annual Alternative Break Programs.
To learn more about the Alternative Break Program check out the Considering the alternative from MSU Denver on Vimeo.
Has your employment been impacted by COVID-19? Are you thinking about going back to school? MSU Denver can help. MSU Denver is teaming up with the Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Initiative (COSI) to support displaced workers who want to finish their college degrees with scholarships and career coaching.
The MSU Denver Pathways to Possible (P2P) program is an intentional and strategic program designed to recruit underserved high school students and support them on their pathway to college success.