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UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
You can apply for undergraduate admission to AHSS through the Office of Admission. There, you can find our admission standards, steps to complete your application online, submission deadlines and other important dates.


GRADUATE STUDENTS
The Office of Graduate Studies manages applications from students who want to complete graduate work at AHSS. Use this site to follow the graduate application process and requirements.

Grants for Current AHSS Students

AHSS is not yet accepting applications for the grants available to AHSS students in spring 2015. We will begin accepting applications in winter quarter.

2015 Summer Internship Grant provides funding to AHSS students enrolled in for-credit internships in summer 2015. Up to three students will receive up to $3,000 each. Funded by the AHSS Dean's Fund for Excellence.  The internship must be for academic credit within AHSS. 

2015 Humanities Institute Student Travel and Research Grant makes possible research and/or creative endeavors for AHSS students who would otherwise face cost-prohibitive travel or research expenses. Funding provided by a gift from the Humanities Institute. Up to four students will receive up to $1,250 each.

For more information about financial aid and scholarships, contact the Office of Financial Aid at 303-871-4020.

Liberal Arts Advantage

The Liberal Arts Advantage (LAA) is a program supporting Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences students by enriching their intellectual life beyond the classroom. Its primary goal is to welcome and engage AHSS students into the liberal arts intellectual community by articulating the value of a liberal arts education. It does this in three main ways:

  • It hosts programs and invites students to attend.
  • It assists students in transitioning their liberal arts degrees into careers.
  • It serves as a transitional advising area for students who are between advisers or have unique academic circumstances.