To be considered for the Boettcher Scholarship, you must meet these minimum requirements:
The Boettcher Foundation will not release any student’s information to federal officials or anyone else outside of our campus partners for recruitment purposes, unless we receive a lawful subpoena or warrant that requires us to do so.
For more information, view our “Frequently Asked Questions: Legal Status or Lawful Presence” document.
Please contact Tiffany Anderson, director of programs, at email@example.com or 303.534.1937 if you have questions.
All qualified students are encouraged to apply, regardless of gender, creed, ethnic origin, race or sexual orientation. We do not give preference based on a student’s choice of college or university, high school, city of residence or financial need.
Relatives of Boettcher Trustees, officers or employees of the Boettcher Foundation are not eligible.
Once you apply, the Boettcher Foundation Scholarship selection committee judges each student on:
Colorado high school seniors who meet our eligibility requirements are invited to apply directly through our website. The scholarship application process is rigorous and time-intensive, so we encourage you talk to your high school counselor to determine whether you are a competitive candidate. If you are a high school senior, or a sophomore or junior considering applying in a future year, and you’d like to see if the Boettcher Scholarship might be a good fit for you, take one of our competitiveness quizzes below. NOTE: For updated information about how we are responding to COVID-related complications (including SAT/ACT cancellations), please visit our FAQs page. We are closely monitoring the situation, and we will continue taking new developments into account.
Applications can be accessed directly through our website on the Scholarship Application page. Applications open in early September and are due no later than 11:59 p.m. on November 1 of your senior year.
Your high school counselor will need to fill out additional forms and submit an official transcript, so we encourage you to be in frequent communication with your counselor to ensure that all deadlines are met. We also require standardized ACT or SAT test scores to mailed directly from the testing agency/agencies to the Boettcher Foundation, even if those scores appear on your high school transcript.
Ensuring that all application materials are submitted by the appropriate deadline is your responsibility.
If you make an early decision commitment to an out-of-state institution, you won’t be eligible for a Boettcher Scholarship. Therefore, we strongly encourage you to leave your options open and apply to colleges during the spring admissions timeframe.