Adam Becenti, Admissions Counselor at CU-Boulder, on the First Nations college scholarships

Adam Becenti, Admissions Counselor at CU-Boulder, on the First Nations college scholarships


could you introduce yourself and tell us a little about the First Nation scholarship sure thing my name is Adam visente I'm an admissions counselor here at the University of Colorado Boulder I'm also 2006 alumnus graduated with the degree in ethnic studies or C double major ethnic studies as well as psychology bridge from Gallup New Mexico and college scholarships again now work in the office of admissions and i'm in charge of actually the first station scholarship program which is actually a ten-thousand-dollar scholarship that can be awarded up to four years and those students that are eligible for the scholarship are coming from out of state and are also american indian i have travel documentation and it really allows students again coming from out of state that are coming from different sort of communities reservations to take advantage of this scholarship here one of the general requirements is that you are admitted to the university as well as submission of tribal affiliation there so it's very simple for as far as receiving a forty thousand dollar scholarship so giving them a great opportunity to take advantage of the University of Colorado holder and also releasing some of that burden of the financial expenses because we all know how tough it can be to be a college student as a cup of freshman many things great well that's fantastic thank you so much Adam yeah thank you