At Colorado Women's College, we support our students in their pursuit of earning a bachelor's degree and completing their education. Approximately 86% of our students receive financial assistance, and the College offers both institutional grants and donor-funded scholarships for new and continuing students. We also offer a half-tuition scholarship, the Vision Scholarship, for new students every fall and spring quarter. All grants and scholarships help students offset some of the expense of a college education, and many follow the students through graduation, and are noted next to the scholarship information.
Colorado Women's College also offers individual financial aid advising to assist students with completing the FAFSA. More »
If you have any questions about the financial aid process, please contact our Financial Aid Adviser, Bonnie Hahn, at 303.871.6115.
Colorado Women's College and the Women's Vision Foundation encourage and empower women through education and mentorship. A half-tuition scholarship follows the recipient through graduation and is awarded to an applicant who demonstrates the following qualities:
Academic merit and financial need are elements considered in the selection process.
Outside Scholarship Resources
There are myriad scholarship resources available online and in print. We make opportunities from outside sources available to students as we learn about them and encourage women to explore these options. For information visit the Office of Financial Aid.