Walter Scott, Jr. Undergraduate Scholarships

The Walter Scott, Jr. Scholarships, which encourage and promote the engineering profession, benefit all engineering disciplines. The scholarships allow the College to recruit and retain the best students from Colorado and beyond, year after year.

Colorado State University engineering alumnus Walter Scott, Jr. made a gift of $53 million to CSU – the largest gift in the history of the university.

The hallmark of the gift was the creation of the Walter Scott, Jr. Undergraduate Scholarships, which funds approximately 20 scholarships per year to new freshmen who demonstrate exceptional academic accomplishments and intellectual promise.

2019-20 Recipients

Names and hometowns

Emma Barrett, Parker, CO

Carmen Bowen, Monument, CO

Aidan Brady, Fort Collins, CO

Christian Conrady, Fort Collins, CO

Brandon Dodd, Highlands Ranch, CO

Katie Dunteman, Elburn, IL

Connor Finley, Valencia, CA

Khang Ho, Greeley, CO

Kalyn Kosmiski, Parker, CO

Evan Malloy, Denver, CO

Elliot McCormick, Fort Collins, CO

Joshua Mcmartin, Highlands Ranch, CO

Erica Miller, Birmingham, AL

EmmaKate Raisley, Fort Collins, CO

Jonah Rockwell, Centennial, CO

Jonathan Steiner, Fort Collins, CO

Kelley Traller, Beaverton, OR

Beau Van Der Sluys, Fort Collins, CO

Anna Wikowsky, Centennial, CO

Rebecca Zulch, Phoenix, AZ

Name
Hometown
Tessa Baur
Aurora, CO
Katherine Boyd
Boulder, CO
Sierra Curdts
Denver, CO
Sara Dmytriw
Arvada, CO
Christopher Fueg
Chugiak, AK
Macklin Harrington
Westminster, CO
Alexander Hooten
Lafayette, CO
Weston Johnson
Frederick, CO
Joshua Jones
Highlands Ranch, CO
Amy Keisling
Monument, CO
Julianna Musgrove
Lake Oswego, OR
Shelby Oke
Broomfield, CO
Hannah Park
Littleton, CO
Colette Renier
Fairfax Station, VA
Courtney Roush
Lakewood, CO
Kathryn Sheridan
Lakewood, CO
Jenna Stubbers
Moscow, ID
Maxon Thornhill
Issaquah, WA
Connor Witt
Colorado Springs, CO
Thomas Zakrzewski
Littleton, CO
Name
Hometown
Ethan Barron
Austin, TX
Christina Chang
San Marino, CA
Connor Cloherty
Elk Grove Village, IL
Kolbin Dahley
Castle Rock, CO
Nicholas Daly
Lakewood, CO
Kiley Dindinger
Centennial, CO
Katie Graham
Parker, CO
Michael Kwolkoski
Littleton, CO
Cara Leone
Lakewood, CO
Alexander Lynch
Ravenna, OH
Casey Natsch
Saint Louis, MO
Dixie Poteet
Grand Junction, CO
Cole Riechert
Highlands Ranch, CO
David Rohrbaugh
Fort Collins, CO
Turner Solheim
Littleton, CO
Kamryn Steel
Parker, CO
Juan Venegas Jimenez
Fort Lupton, CO
Sydney Villers
Colorado Springs, CO
Nathan Waanders
Centennial, CO
Owen Wahl
Westminster, CO

Scott Scholarship Information

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Walter Scott, Jr. Undergraduate Scholarships are available to Colorado residents as well as non-resident entering freshmen.

For Colorado resident entering freshmen:

Eligibility criteria for Colorado residents to be considered for a Walter Scott, Jr. Undergraduate Scholarship:

  • Be admitted as a degree-seeking student in one of the undergraduate programs in the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering by February 1
  • Be offered the top CSU Green and Gold Scholarship with a value of $4000 per year renewable for up to four years provided the recipient meets renewal criteria

Complete the CSU Scholarship Application by March 1, and submit an additional essay through the CSU Scholarship Application website addressing the following:

The values promoted by the Walter Scott, Jr. Undergraduate Scholarship are leadership, excellence and citizenship. Please describe how these values are consistent with your values, your accomplishments to date, and your future career goals as an engineer.

If awarded, the Walter Scott, Jr. Undergraduate Scholarship will provide funding in addition to the Green & Gold Scholarship as outlined below:

  • $21,000 per year renewable for up to four years (five if in the biomedical engineering program) provided the recipient meets renewal criteria and maintains satisfactory academic performance in engineering

OR

  • $6000 per year renewable for up to four years (five if in the biomedical engineering program) provided the recipient meets renewal criteria and maintains satisfactory academic performance in engineering

Renewal criteria to maintain the CSU Green and Gold Scholarship and the Walter Scott, Jr. Undergraduate Scholarship are:

  • Maintain a 3.0 cumulative CSU GPA and successfully complete at least 24 credits each academic year
  • Maintain enrollment and satisfactory progress in one of the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering’s undergraduate programs

For non-resident entering freshmen:

Eligibility criteria for non-residents to be considered for a Walter Scott, Jr. Undergraduate Scholarship:

  • Be admitted as a degree-seeking student in one of the undergraduate programs in the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering by February 1
  • Be eligible for the CSU Presidential Scholarship with a value of $10,000 per year renewable for up to four years provided the recipient meets renewal criteria. Please note that WUE may be substituted for the Presidential Scholarship, so long as Presidential Scholarship criteria are met.

Complete the CSU Scholarship Application by March 1, and submit an additional essay through the CSU Scholarship Application website addressing the following:

The values promoted by the Walter Scott, Jr. Undergraduate Scholarship are leadership, excellence and citizenship. Please describe how these values are consistent with your values, your accomplishments to date, and your future career goals as an engineer.

If awarded, the Walter Scott, Jr. Undergraduate Scholarship will provide funding in addition to the Presidential Scholarship as outlined below:

  • $15,000 per year renewable for up to four years (five if in the biomedical engineering program) provided the recipient meets renewal criteria and maintains satisfactory academic performance in engineering

Renewal criteria to maintain the CSU Green and Gold Scholarship and the Walter Scott, Jr. Undergraduate Scholarship are:

  • Maintain a 3.0 cumulative CSU GPA and successfully complete at least 24 credits each academic year
  • Maintain enrollment and satisfactory progress in one of the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering’s undergraduate programs

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