Chancellor's Leadership Class (CLC)

CLC is a highly selective undergraduate honors program designed to develop effective leaders. Through coursework, community service, skill building, and mentoring, students have the opportunity to enhance their leadership abilities. High school seniors must have a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA to be eligible. College students must have a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA and at least two full years left in college to be eligible.

For more information visit the CLC Website.

Finalists will be contacted for an interview by the end of February. Interviews will be held in March. Applicants will be notified of scholarship results in April.

Award
$4,000.00
Category
Freshmen, Merit Based
Deadline
02/01/2021
Supplemental Questions
  1. The Chancellor’s Leadership Class is committed to connecting emerging student leaders with opportunities to engage in the UCCS campus community. Why have you chosen UCCS and how do you plan to become an active participant on campus? Please keep essay length between a MINIMUM of 100 WORDS to a MAXIMUM of 300 WORDS. Essays will be ranked based upon content, length, grammar, spelling, organizational structure, and attention to detail. You are encouraged to write an essay that grabs the attention of the reader by being creative and using rich language.
  2. The Chancellor’s Leadership Class (CLC) is more than just a financial award; it is a community of students who are focused on improving themselves, building lasting connections, and making an impact. CLC scholars participate in team-building activities, leadership development seminars, and volunteer opportunities on campus and in the community. Describe a time when you have participated in an event like the ones listed above and explain what you gained from the experience. When participating in the Chancellor’s Leadership Class, how do you plan to contribute? Please keep essay length between a MINIMUM of 100 WORDS to a MAXIMUM of 300 WORDS. Essays will be ranked based upon content, length, grammar, spelling, organizational structure, and attention to detail. You are encouraged to write an essay that grabs the attention of the reader by being creative and using rich language.
  3. 3. The Chancellor’s Leadership Class (CLC) is made up of a diverse group of student leaders who are committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion. Please provide a specific example of an experience you have had where you were challenged to work with individuals whose backgrounds, identities, values, or beliefs were different than yours. What did you learn from this experience? Please keep essay length between a MINIMUM of 100 WORDS to a MAXIMUM of 300 WORDS. Essays will be ranked based upon content, length, grammar, spelling, organizational structure, and attention to detail. You are encouraged to write an essay that grabs the attention of the reader by being creative and using rich language.