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Extended Studies Scholarship

Degree Completion Scholarship

About the Scholarship

CSU Pueblo Extended Studies is excited to announce a brand new scholarship opportunity! This scholarship offers up to $2,500 of tuition to adults in Pueblo County who seek to obtain their undergraduate degrees. This scholarship can apply to new or re-admitted students.

The Division of Extended Studies allows students to create unique and flexible schedules by offering degree programs that can be taken online, on campus or through Independent Study. Qualifying candidates will apply before March 5, 2021 and enroll in one of the following undergraduate degree programs for Spring B or Summer A:

  1. RN-BSN
  2. Business Administration, BS
  3. Interdisciplinary Studies, BS
  4. Construction Management, BS
  5. Health Science and Administration, BAS
  6. Sociology, BS
  7. Criminology, BS

*If interested in a different degree than what is listed above, contact Kristen LaRoy at to discuss eligibility.


How to Apply:

Students must be admitted or re-admitted to CSU Pueblo before they can receive the scholarship. In order to do this, please follow these steps:

  1. If you are not a current student, you will need to fill out the CSU Pueblo Admissions Application (using code 'ES2021' to waive the application fee).
  2. Once admitted, students will receive PAWS credentials.
  3. Log into PAWS, select 'Scholarships', then select 'Access Scholarship Application'. From the list of available scholarships, select 'Extended Studies'.


Priority deadline is March 5, 2021 for Spring B.

Qualifications/Fine Print:

  • Must pick one of the degree programs listed above.
  • Must be an adult who is a resident of Pueblo county.
  • Student must be degree-seeking.
  • Scholarship can be applied to pre-existing or new balance.
  • Must be enrolled in a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 12 credits.
  • Student is required to re-apply for scholarship funds each semester. 
  • Upon readmission, students must have a cumulative GPA of 2.0.

Extended Studies

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