Kane Scholarship

The Kane Family Foundation awards high achieving Colorado residents the full-cost of tuition, fees, and books for up to four years. The estimated value of the Kane Scholarship is approximately $60,000 over four years. Qualifying students must have a 3.5 High School GPA and show consistent, long term, extracurricular involvement. Past recipients have been in the top 10% of their high school class, although this is not a requirement. Recipients are expected to be campus leaders, top students, and graduate within four years.

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.

Amount varies. The scholarship covers the exact cost of tuition, fees, and required books for up to four years of undergraduate study.
Freshmen, Merit Based
Supplemental Questions
  1. The Kane Scholars program values excellence and independence. In a MINIMUM OF 100 WORDS, how have you exemplified these values in your life? MAXIMUM OF 300 WORDS allowed. Essays will be ranked based upon content, length, grammar, spelling, organized 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. This scholarship requires recipients to graduate within four years. What do you plan to major in and how will you achieve this goal?