Mikkelson Foundation Student Scholarship Program
The Mikkelson Foundation Scholarship is awarded to an outstanding graduate of a Colorado high school who has been accepted to pursue a course of study or instruction at an accredited college or university granting undergraduate and/or graduate degrees. The recipient will be a student who has demonstrated an ability to excel in the academic disciplines of mathematics and science, who will major in engineering, physical or biological sciences, or mathematics, and who has the potential for substantial additional achievement after graduation.
In 2019, The Mikkelson Foundation will provide three scholarships of $4000 each. The scholarship is renewable for up to a maximum of four years providing that the recipient remains a student in good standing at their college or university.
Applications must be received by the Foundation on or before April 12, 2019. The application package consist of the following:
A) A complete official transcript of the student's academic record in high school, including national standardized test scores.
B) Three references from high school teachers, counselors, employers, or activities directors. Be sure to tell your recommenders that this must be received by April 12.
C) Application form completed by student.
D) An original personal essay.
Eligibility requirements for The Mikkelson Foundation Scholarship
A) The applicant must be graduating from a Colorado high school in 2019.
B) The applicant will be studying engineering, mathematics, or the natural sciences at an accredited four year college or university.
C) The applicant will be beginning his/her studies in the fall of 2019.
D) The applicant must have an unweighted GPA of at least 3.7.
E) The applicant must have a cumulative SAT score of at least 1200 or a composite ACT score of at least 28.
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