The list below is meant to give you a few ideas for sources of student funding.** Since much of the information is contained in external links, we cannot warrant its accuracy, but provide it as a convenience to you.
The CSU Freshman Scholarship Guide
Freshmen admitted to Colorado State University may receive the Student Financial Services brochure entitled "Invest in Your Journey," which lists scholarships at Colorado State University. The Freshman Scholarship Guide also lists general information about financial aid and scholarships at Colorado State University.
The College Opportunity Fund at CSU
COF provides state tax dollars starting fall 2005 to eligible undergraduate students who are classified as Colorado residents for tuition classification purposes to help pay tuition at Colorado State University.
Grants at Colorado State University
State and federal grants available for students who plan to attend CSU.
Scholarships at Colorado State University
A list of scholarship opportunities that are available to Colorado State University students
Colorado Department of Higher Education
The Colorado Commission lists some sources of financial aid, including privately funded scholarships offered by various entities throughout the state.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is a good place to start when seeking federal aid.
FinAid was established in the fall of 1994 as a public service. This award-winning site has grown into the most comprehensive source of student financial aid information, advice and tools -- on or off the web.
Updated continuously by the company's own dedicated research team, FastWeb's database contains over 1.3 million scholarships worth over $3 billion.
College Board's Scholarship Search
The College Board's Scholarship Search database contains 2300 sources of college funding, totalling nearly $3 billion dollars.
CollegeInColorado.org is a student services website representing the colleges and universities of Colorad and contains some information about sources of scholarships.
**Financial aid can come from a number of sources, including both governmental and private entities. CSU Parents/Families encourages all students to apply for any scholarship/grant for which they qualify.