The FLC Colorado Equity Scholarship
For first-year and transfer students
This scholarship is one tool FLC uses to counter every day and longstanding ways students from underrepresented and underserved groups experience racial and social injustice. We hope this scholarship makes a difference in our students' lives.
It is an $8,000 scholarship distributed in $2,000 increments over four years for degree-seeking undergraduates with full-time status and a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0. Unlike FLC's tuition merit scholarships, students can combine this scholarship with other institutional aid and/or the Native American Tuition Waiver.
This scholarship is for students who self-identify as part of one or more underrepresented and undeserved groups in higher education on account of race, ethnicity, indigeneity, language, sexuality, gender, ability, religion, immigration status, and/or other dimensions.
To be eligible for this scholarship you must:
You'll need to answer three questions. We encourage you to prepare your responses before starting the application. Each answer should be 200 to 300 words in length.
The award committee may consider financial need and information from your application for admission when considering your application.
The priority deadline is February 1.
Application Opens November 1.
Apply for the Equity Scholarship
High school educators and administrators can nominate eligible students for the FLC Colorado Equity Scholarship using the online nomination form.