Colorado AAUW Branch Scholarships & Educational Grants

  • Click the image to learn about AAUW Fellowships & Grants for graduate women.

    Click the image to learn about AAUW Fellowships & Grants for graduate women.

    The AAUW Aurora (CO) Branch awards at least one scholarship annually to an Aurora resident for their junior or senior year at a Colorado college or university. Click here for more info.

  • The AAUW Colorado Springs (CO) Branch awards scholarships to undergraduate women attending Pikes Peak Community College or the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Click here for more info.
  • The AAUW Durango (CO) Branch offers two $1,000 scholarships annually to undergraduate women attending Fort Lewis College. Applicants must be non-traditional students at least 25 years old, have 30 applicable credits and a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA, be a resident of southwest Colorado,  and have financial need. Applicants must complete a FAFSA and an essay as required by FLC Foundation. Click here to contact the FLC scholarships manager.
  • The AAUW Gunnison (CO) Branch provides scholarships to women students at Western State Colorado University. Contact President Sharon Schlegel for more info.
  • The AAUW Longmont (CO) Branch provides scholarships to women who are St. Vrain Valley School District graduates or who currently reside in the geographical bounds of the St. Vrain Valley School District. These scholarships are administered by the Longmont Community Foundation. Click here for qualifications and application.
  • The AAUW Loveland (CO) Branch provides scholarships for Loveland-Berthoud area women who are pursuing graduate degrees. Click here for more info.

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3 thoughts on “Colorado AAUW Branch Scholarships & Educational Grants

  1. Sandra V. Brown

    The AAUW Durango (CO) Branch awards two $1,000. Scholarships a year to undergraduate students attending Fort Lewis College. Both endowed scholarships are named after deceased long time active members: Virginia Schoser, a branch charter member, elementary teacher and Janet Watson, who moved to the community with her husband, Durango’s first radiologist and was a community activist.
    The applicants must be female, non-traditional students at least 25 years old; have 30 applicable credits; minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA; resident of SW CO; have financial need and complete FAFSA and an essay as required by FLC Foundation.
    Contact: Sandy Jameson, FLC Foundation

  2. cheryl

    Good afternoon,
    I am looking for help for college. I recently have enrolled at CTU and need help with out of pocket expenses for tuition. I’m not sure if I could qualify for a grant or scholarship threw your site AAUW.
    My expense out of pocket will be $3200-4000.
    I was referred to you by CTU for possible help with a grant or scholarship. I am going back to school to further my education, my career and security for the future.

    Thank you for listening and hope to hear from you soon.

  3. aeblackwell Post author

    Hi, Cheryl: Please explore the possibilities listed on this page. You’ll find qualifications and contact info here.

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