Planning to transfer after you are done here at ACC? You may be eligible for a transfer scholarship!
Below you will find a list of scholarships available to transfer students that are both general and school specific. Remember, it is still important to check in with your transfer school about your financial aid and scholarship opportunities. If you have any questions about institution specific scholarships, contact the financial aid office directly.
Each school has their own scholarship priority deadlines. For most Colorado schools, that is between February and April for fall start dates.
Phi Theta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) members have access to more than $37 million in scholarships. PTK offers both general and specific scholarship opportunities to qualified community college applicants.
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The Reisher Family Scholarship Fund
The Reisher Family Scholarship Fund is a Supporting Organization of the Denver Foundation that was established in 2000 by the Reisher Family Foundation, and is a need-based scholarship available to Colorado residents that meet specific criteria. Check with individual Colorado universities for their requirements.
Each year The Griffin Foundation will award scholarships to qualified applicants who have an associate degree or at least sixty academic hours from a junior or community college and are seeking to complete a baccalaureate degree. These scholarships can be used only at Colorado State University (Fort Collins Campus), University of Northern Colorado, or University of Wyoming (Laramie Campus)! Recipients must be eligible for instate tuition. The amount of the scholarships will be $5,000 per semester and will be renewable for up to two academic years (four semesters) upon submission of the evidence of satisfactory academic progress as a full-time, on campus student.