Coloradans for Nebraska Scholarship

Coloradans for Nebraska will be offering Scholarship for Colorado high school graduates to attend the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, University of Nebraska at Kearney or the University of Nebraska at Omaha.

The $1,500 scholarships will be awarded to Colorado high school graduates based on scholastic achievement, school activities, extracurricular activities, career goals, financial need and letters of reference. Fully completed applications must be submitted to Coloradans for Nebraska by 5 p.m. MT time on March 1st to be considered for the coming school year. Scholarships will be awarded on a semester basis of $750 per semester. Students must maintain/have a 2.5 or C+ average to receive the second semester scholarship of $750, and must be enrolled full time for the second semester.

Finalists selected for the Scholarship may be interviewed by the CFN Board of Directors or by the CFN Scholarship committee. A presentation ceremony will be held March 29th so Coloradans for Nebraska members can meet the Scholarship Recipients at An Afternoon with Husker Legends/Scholarship Recipient Lunch. To learn more about Coloradans for Nebraska, scholarship fundraising activities, and future scholarships, please visit our website.

Incoming Freshman to UNL are not eligible for this scholarship as they are eligible for the Coloradans for Nebraska Legends Scholarship. The Legends Scholarship recipients are selected directly by UNL.

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