Top Scholarships Information meeting:
Interested in learning how to turn your good grades, excellent leadership skills, and community service into big bucks? The Top Scholarship Office provides assistance to CU students in applying for nationally competitive, prestigious scholarships (think Rhodes Scholarship or Truman and Udall Scholarships). Planning ahead is essential, so come to an information session to learn how to prepare! Get a jump on the competition; it’s never too early.
Thursday, September 15 from 2-3 p.m. in UMC 247
OR Friday, September 16 from 10-11 a.m. in UMC 247.
Truman Scholarship information meeting:
If you think you might want to pursue a career in public service (teaching, policy, local or national office, non-profit organizations, etc) I encourage you to learn about the Truman Scholarship. The Truman is available to students who have two years of college remaining, but students with more years remaining can start preparing now. It offers $30k toward graduate school, as well as a host of internship, mentoring, and networking opportunities. We’ll meet to talk about the details of the scholarship on Friday, September 23 from 3-4 p.m. in NRLN S-421. (Enter the library from the west doors and head up the stairs on the south side. Follow the signs for Undergraduate Enrichment Programs.)
Goldwater Scholarship information meeting: Students interested in a career in math, natural sciences, or engineering are invited to apply for the Goldwater Scholarship, which pays up to $7,500 toward undergraduate tuition and other educational expenses. Students entering their junior or senior year in 2011-2012 are eligible if they have an excellent academic record and demonstrated research experience. Students in their freshman and sophomore years will benefit from knowing what makes a successful applications, so please do come. Anne Dougherty of Applied Math, our Goldwater faculty sponsor, will meet us on Wednesday, September 28 from 4-5 p.m. NRLN S421. (Enter the library from the west doors and head up the stairs on the south side. Follow the signs for Undergraduate Enrichment Programs.)