Colorado State University - Pueblo students earns HACU scholarship for 2010-11
PUEBLO – A Colorado State University-Pueblo student was one of 181 students and the only student from Colorado to receive funding from more than $270,000 distributed through the scholarship program of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities. The scholarship recipients are students of HACU-member institutions who met various program criteria.
CSU-Pueblo sophomore Elizabeth Wilson was the only scholarship recipient of a HACU scholarship from a Colorado institution. A Pueblo East High graduate and the daughter of Tawney and Ken Wilson, Elizabeth is majoring in liberal studies with a math minor and an emphasis in special education. She wants to teach special needs children at the elementary level.
2010-11 HACU scholarships were made possible through the generous support of the following sponsors:
- Aetna Nursing Scholarship
- Deloitte Scholars Program
- Lockheed Martin Scholarship Award
- NASCAR/Wendell Scott Award
- Office Depot Scholarship
- United Health Foundation Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities Scholarship
- HACU/Wal-Mart Achievers Scholarship
Scholarship applications for the 2011-2012 academic year will open in the spring of 2011 and will be accepted through the end of May 2011. Information will be provided via HACU’s e-newsletter and at www.hacu.net/scholarships.