Find scholarships to cover tuition and fees at Fort Lewis College. It is as important to us as it is to you that your higher education is not blocked by cost.
Students who are participants of the Fort Lewis College STEM3 and TRIO Student Success Center offices are eligible to apply for this scholarship.
How awards are determined: Recipients are selected by a selection committee.
Award amount: $2,000 per year, for two years, depending on funding.
Award length: Two-year award if the student is meeting renewal criteria.
Criteria for eligibility: Must be a full-time student, first-degree seeking, have 60-89 FLC earned credit hours by the end of Spring 2018, legal resident from Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, or Wyoming, cumulative GPA of at least 2.00, have a valid FAFSA on file by April 12, 2019, be 24 years or older or a student who is a GED recipient, veteran, or foster care youth, and an active participant in either STEM3 or TRIO Student Success Center programs.
Standards for keeping it: Must be enrolled as a full-time student, have a 2.00 cumulative GPA, be in good financial aid standing, and be an active participant of the STEM3 or TRIO Student Success Center program.
How aid is disbursed and how often: If renewal criteria are met, funds are applied directly to student’s bill about one week before each term begins (Fall and Spring only).
Contact Skyhawk Station to learn how to apply
For first-year and transfer students. This scholarship is one tool FLC uses to counter everyday 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 who maintain 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. Learn more about the FLC Colorado Equity Scholarship
In response to the need for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) K-12 teachers in the Southwest’s Four Corners region, we created a teacher training program to support the communities in our beautiful backyard. The Four Corners Noyce Scholars Program is a National Science Foundation (NSF)-supported1 scholarship program aimed at increasing the number of highly-qualified STEM teachers in K-12 schools throughout the Four Corners region.Learn more about the Four Corners Noyce Scholars Program
The Reisher Scholars Program awards scholarships to Fort Lewis College students who demonstrate financial need and merit, and who are:
Scholarship amounts range from $4,000 to $15,000 for the 2023-2024 academic year and are designed to fulfill the unmet financial need of each student.Learn more about the Reisher Scholars Program at Fort Lewis College
Fort Lewis College is committed to helping our enrolled students reach their full potential and persist through graduation.
We understand when students can suddenly face different challenges, including the inability to secure housing, afford basic needs, find access to online learning resources, or sometimes unexpected expenses arise, making it hard for students to concentrate on academics. Unexpected expenses could be car repairs, emergency medical bills, or something out of the ordinary that you did not expect. *It is important to note that your College bill is not an UNEXPECTED expense and will not qualify.
In these situations, the Skyhawk Emergency Grant Committee may be able to help students cover these expenses with a one-time grant thanks to generous gifts from Fort Lewis College Foundation donors. Reviewing grant requests, we consider a student’s financial, academic, and disciplinary records, course load, and degree-seeking status.
To qualify for a Skyhawk Emergency Grant, you must be a current student taking courses at Fort Lewis College and have utilized all available funding sources.
The Skyhawk Emergency Grant opens a week after the fall/spring term begins and closes a week before classes end each semester.
Apply for Skyhawk Emergency Grant
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