The Wolves to Rams NSF Scholarship helps FRCC students transfer to and graduate from CSU in STEM and natural resources.
Wolves 2 Rams NSF Scholarship
The NSF Scholarship includes customized CSU transfer advising, STEM workshops, faculty mentorship, and a peer community. Scholars can receive up to 7 total semesters of scholarship money (3 semesters at FRCC and 4 at CSU). Each year we select 30 new scholars, and each scholar can receive up to $30,000 over 7 semesters. Scholars will participate in professional conferences, graduate school preparation, and research lab experiences. The scholarship is renewable based on active participation, commitment, and academic performance. The Wolves 2 Rams scholarship supports students in many STEM fields such as engineering, chemistry, math, computer science, wildlife biology, forestry, horticulture and many other fields.
- Have already earned a high school diploma or GED prior to fall semester 2021
- Have not previously earned a bachelor’s degree (it’s ok if you have attended a university)
- Currently enrolled at FRCC (any campus)
- Plan to be enrolled at FRCC for spring 2022, fall 2022, and spring 2023. This means you plan to begin classes at CSU in fall 2023
- US citizen, permanent resident, or have refugee/asylum status
- Eligible for federal financial aid with FAFSA on file at FRCC for 2021-2022 academic year (FRCC FAFSA code is 007933)
- Pursuing any of the eligible CSU majors listed below
How to Apply
The W2R Scholarship application is closed for Spring 2021 and will re-open in Fall 2021. You must be a Front Range CC student to apply.
- The application for the W2R NSF Scholarship will open in September 2021
- Bookmark the application page and write down your password, so you can log in and out of the application
- The W2R application will be due in October 2021 (specific date tbd)
- Please type your essay responses into a word document so you don’t lose your work – then copy and paste into the application
Eligible CSU (Fort Collins) Majors for the NSF scholarship
|College of Agricultural Sciences||Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering||College of Health and Human Sciences||Warner College of Natural Resources||College of Natural Sciences||College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences|