Greenhouse Scholars Scholarship

To be considered eligible for the Greenhouse Scholars program, you must meet the following requirements:


- Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident of the U.S.
- Be a legal resident of Colorado or Illinois
- Be a high school senior in Colorado or Illinois
- Have an unweighted GPA of 3.5 or above
- Demonstrate a strong interest and commitment to the community
- Exhibit an ability to persevere through difficult circumstances
- Possess excellent leadership skills
- Demonstrate financial need [annual household income no greater than $70,000].

Greenhouse Scholars is not the typical scholarship program. Our unique Whole Person© approach is designed to provide high-performing, under-resourced students with every type of support they’ll need to succeed. Selected Scholars will receive a four-year renewable financial grant of up to $5,000 per year based on financial need. Scholars will also be provided with a program mentor, a peer support group, internship support, access to a network of professional liaisons, and our annual Summer Symposiums.

All applications must be submitted by midnight on December 10th. Applications are available on our website and must be submitted online.

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