All Institutional and Foundation scholarship applications are completed using Scholarship Universe. The Opening Date for All Institutional Scholarships is October 1st.
The deadline for all Institutional and Foundation scholarships is February 1.
The deadline for all McDaniel Scholarships is February 1. All applications require a minimum of an application form and unofficial transcript.
Woodard Memorial Scholarship
The Woodard Memorial Scholarship is a highly competitive scholarship for students who are active in their communities and have a GPA of at least 2.5 on a 4-point scale.
Porter Scholars in Science and Mathematics
The Porter Scholars in Science and Mathematics Scholarship is a highly competitive award for students who are majoring in science or mathematics.
Spud Bowl Scholarship
The Spud Bowl tradition began in 1946, when potato farmers in the Valley were asked to contribute sacks of spuds to the college, which, in turn, were converted into cash to supplement the athletic program. The tradition and spirit have continued, and Spud Bowl remains a highlight of each football season.
Each year, San Luis Valley schools are asked to nominate a senior as a candidate for Spud Bowl Queen. The candidates are interviewed during the morning of Spud Bowl by a panel of judges, and a winner is then selected and announced at halftime of the football game. The Colorado Potato Administrative Committee and Adams State offer one semester tuition scholarships to each candidate, with the student selected as Spud Bowl Queen receiving a one-year tuition, room, and board scholarship to Adams State University.
Spud Bowl Scholarship Guidelines
- All Spud Bowl candidates nominated by their San Luis Valley high school will receive a one-semester tuition scholarship.
- The Spud Bowl Queen will receive a one-year scholarship for the following year toward tuition, room and board, after all other institutional aid is applied to their account.
- Students must be enrolled full time (minimum 12 credits in on-campus classes) and must meet all requirements for admissions and financial aid.
The Graduate School offers several scholarships including the Graduate Incentive Grant, Graduate Good Neighbor ($200 per hour for on-campus non-resident students) and various departmental scholarships. More information is available through the Graduate School.