FRCC Foundation Scholarship

FRCC Foundation Scholarships 

New students who plan to attend FRCC in the Fall of 2023, as well as all current FRCC students, are highly encouraged to apply for merit-based and financial need scholarships through the FRCC Foundation. 

Award Amount

Scholarship awards vary depending on the type of scholarship. However, most FRCC Foundation scholarships typically range from $1,000 - $5,000 for full-time students and $500 - $1,000 for part-time students. Scholarships are awarded for the academic school year and will be split between the Fall and the Spring semesters.

Qualifications

  • Minimum GPA of 2.0, preferred GPA of 2.5 or higher
  • Enrolled in a degree or certificate program at FRCC
  • Must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours
  • Completion of the 2023-2024 FAFSA or the Colorado Application for State Financial Aid is required by April 1, 2023
  • Some named scholarships may require students to meet additional qualifications

Scholarship Application

The FRCC Foundation Scholarship application is now open for 2023-2024. Applications will be accepted Dec 1 – Mar 1.  Review our Scholarship Essay Writing Tips

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Other Scholarship Opportunities

FRCC students can also apply for a variety of other scholarships. To apply, simply click the links below:

  • Mahoney Transitional Scholarship
    The Learning Source at FRCC offers a scholarship for students pursuing or who have just earned a HSE diploma by passing the GED or HiSET Exam.
  • Nevada Local Technical Assistance Program Scholarship
    Nevada Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) has partnered with the Front Range Community College (FRCC) Foundation to offer scholarship funds to students seeking to advance their career through the Highway Maintenance Management Program at the FRCC Larimer Campus.
  • Women in College Project (WCP)
    The goal of the Women in College Project (WCP) is to provide a pathway toward self-sufficiency for single mothers without a high school diploma. Participants will work toward completing a high school equivalency (HSE) diploma and start taking a college class at FRCC at the same time

Frequently Asked Questions

The FRCC Foundation scholarship application is now open for the 2023-2024 school year!  The application is open from December 1st thru March 1st.  

The FRCC Foundation has a multitude of scholarships available for just about every student. While some scholarships may require different eligibility requirements, the FRCC Foundation general eligibility criteria includes:

  • Students must attend FRCC during the 2023-2024 academic school year
  • Students must be seeking a degree and/or certificate
  • Students must be Colorado residents
  • Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0, preferred GPA of 2.5 or higher
  • Are enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours
  • Completion of FAFSA or the Colorado Application for State Financial Aid required by April 1, 2023

Students must have an active FRCC student email address in order to apply. The FRCC Foundation application is available online from December 1st thru March 1st.

  • Students who have not previously applied need to select “Sign Up” using their FRCC student email address.
  • Once the student has signed up, an email will be sent to their student email address.
  • This email will contain a link to activate their account and select a password.
  • Once activation is successfully completed, students can use their student email address and the password they created to log in and apply for scholarships.

A student email address is assigned after an application to attend Front Range Community College (FRCC) is submitted and processed. A scholarship application can only be submitted after you've applied to FRCC and have a student email address. The FRCC Foundation scholarship application has no fee, no entrance exams, and will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. 

It is important to note that a student can receive a maximum of two scholarships per academic year from the FRCC Foundation.

Students may apply for many other scholarships through the FRCC Foundation general application, but are limited to only two per academic year.  Although students may use the same application, they may be asked to complete additional application materials such as submitting additional letters of recommendation, transcripts, and/or additional essay/short answer questions.

The FRCC Foundation scholarship application will ask students a series of questions in order to determine their eligibility for various scholarships. We ask that students answer the questions honestly and to the best of their ability. We understand that some questions, such as enrollment status for the upcoming year, may be challenging to determine so far in advance. As such, we ask students to answer based on what their intended plans are.  Students will be required to do a short essay. Some of the extra opportunities may require additional documents, such a transcripts and/or letters of recommendation.  The main application does not require letters of recommendation.

Letters of recommendation can come from a multitude of sources. Students are encouraged to ask for letters of recommendation from sources who know the students well. Some suggestions would be from a current, or former, employer, a current academic instructor, a mentor etc. but should not come from a family member. Letters of recommendation should come from sources who know the student well and can speak to why they would be a good candidate to receive a scholarship.

It is advisable to give someone three to four weeks minimum to write a letter of recommendation. When asking for letters of recommendation, asking in person, through email or by phone is always best. Be sure to use professional and appreciative language when making the request.

If a student is asking a FRCC faculty or staff member to do a letter of recommendation, the student must also submit the Student Release for Reference or Recommendation before that faculty/staff member is authorized to give the recommendation.  Once the student submits the form, the faculty/staff member will be notified. 

The essay should be two, double-spaced pages maximum and should answer the questions thoroughly. The essay portion is the most important part of the application process. Students are encouraged to have their essay reviewed by outside sources and to spend a considerable amount of time preparing their essay before it is submitted.

The FRCC Foundation essay question will be available by December 1st once student can sign in to the application.

Students will not be notified until after the application closes and applications are reviewed.  Notifications will be made throughout the summer and continue through the Fall semester.

  • Applications will be reviewed and eligibility requirements will be determined.
  • Once that has been completed, students will be notified though their FRCC student email, if they have been selected to receive a scholarship through the FRCC Foundation.
  • Selected students will be given further instructions about how to accept their scholarship (also through their FRCC student email).

Contact FRCC Foundation

3645 West 112th Ave.
Westminster, CO 80031
303-404-5463Email Us

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