The 2015-2016 BOLD Participation Scholarship Application is now available for Incoming First-Year Students! The application for Returners/Transfers will be available in November 2014.
If you would like to prepare for the essay questions on the application, view the essay questions here. Learn more about scholarship requirements and information below.
BOLD’s purpose is to break down the barriers that keep too many of today’s young talent from reaching their aspirations, and help students realize their full potential as engineers… creative problem-solvers ready to shape the future! BOLD gears it’s activities around students under-represented nationwide in engineering colleges, including first generation college-bound, women, under-represented minority and low-income students. However, BOLD Participation Scholarships are available to any student who supports the BOLD Center mission and wishes to contribute to the CU-Engineering community through BOLD.
Are you interested in giving back to your community?
BOLD Participation Scholarships are a great way to support your education while giving back to the engineering community. Scholarships are offered to incoming, first-year engineering students and are renewable for up to four years. The scholarships range from $1,000 to $4,000 for the first year. Renewal is dependent upon the recipient’s academic performance and participation in BOLD programs.
Note: current BOLD Participation scholarship recipients need not reapply; however, you must fulfill BOLD community participation and reporting requirements for renewal.
Is a participation scholarship right for you? Learn more!
- Review the Scholarship Requirements
- Review the Frequently Asked Questions
- The application includes two essay questions that usually takes about 30 minutes to complete. Click here if you would like to preview the essay questions before beginning.
Need to report hours of volunteering, student society involvement, or professional development?
All participation requirements are now tracked in D2L. All Scholarship recipients are enrolled in the “BOLD Scholarship Participation 2014-2015” course and can view requirements and upload involvement/hours there.