The CSUSA will be available online on your RAMweb beginning December 1. The deadline is March 1 at 11 p.m. (MST). Go to RAMweb at ramweb.colostate.edu and log in using your eID. Then select the CSU Scholarship Application link.
To be considered for need-based scholarships through the CSUSA, your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) must be submitted no later than March 1.
The CSUSA is very competitive; over 5,000 applications are received each year. Applications are reviewed based on your academic record as well as your answers to the questions on the application. We recommend typing your essays in a word processing program to take advantage of spell checking and word counting. Once you are done, just copy and paste your text into the application. Some scholarships require letters of recommendation and/or other documents. Ensure ample time for these to be completed and submitted by the deadline of March 1 at 11:00 p.m. (MST).
The CSUSA is provided through AcademicWorks. You may receive e-mails from AcademicWorks if you are selected for a scholarship or need to provide additional information for a scholarship opportunity. If you are required to submit a letter of recommendation for a scholarship, you are asked to provide an e-mail address of a reference. To ensure proper e-mail delivery, please add firstname.lastname@example.org to spam filters. AcademicWorks supports Google Chrome Versions 35 and 36, Mozilla Firefox Versions 30 and 31, Apple Safari Versions 6 and 7, and Internet Explorer Versions 10 and 11.
For more information about the CSUSA, please read the CSUSA Frequently Asked Questions.
The CSUSA is the application for the following scholarships:
- Monfort Scholarships and Anschutz Foundation Scholarships
- Scholarships from your College
Your college may require letters of recommendation, transcripts, etc. For further information, visit your CSUSA as soon as possible on or after December 1. Contact the Dean's Office of your academic college listed below if you have questions.
- Fostering Success Scholarship
Students who participated in foster care at some time since the age of 13 are eligible to apply for the scholarship. Be sure to complete the Fostering Success section of the CSUSA.
Other criteria include demonstration of financial need as determined by the results of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), minimum GPA of 2.0 (high school if entering student, CSU GPA if currently enrolled), full-time, and any major or college. Preference given to undergraduates although graduate students may apply.
-Alumni Association Scholarships
There are a variety of Alumni Association scholarships available to students at Colorado State University. Visit the Alumni Association for further details.