Center for Multicultural and Educational Opportunities (CMEO) Student Achievement Award

The Boise State University Center for Multicultural and Educational Opportunities (CMEO) Student Achievement Award is being awarded to acknowledge the achievements of students who have participated in an educational program residing within the Boise State CMEO. These programs include:

Educational Talent Search (ETS)
Upward Bound (UB)
TRIO Rising Scholars (TRS)
McNair Scholars Program
Veterans Upward Bound (VUB)
TRIO Teacher Prep (TTP) Program

Migrant Education:
College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP)
High School Equivalency Program (HEP)

1. Limited to students who will have at least sophomore class standing in the Fall 2018 semester.
Students starting their first year in graduate school in the Fall 2018 semester may also apply.
2. Applicants must be: currently participating or have previously participated in any CMEO program for at least one academic year, OR students that have participated in the High School Equivalency Program (HEP) and completed the GED, OR have completed Veterans Upward Bound (VUB).
3. Limited to students with a minimum cumulative undergraduate GPA of 2.25.
4. Students must attend Boise State and be enrolled full-time during the Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 semesters in order to receive the award.
5. Students may receive this scholarship a maximum of two times.

Up to $2,000
Departments / Colleges
Center for Multicultural and Educational Opportunities (CMEO)
Supplemental Questions
  1. Please check all programs in which you are/were a student participant, not an employee:
  2. If you selected Boise State ETS or Boise State UB, please list the name of your high school.
  3. Please provide a resume with the following information: 1) Participation in campus, community, or volunteer organizations (please indicate where such participation is associated with class or degree program requirements); 2) Academic achievements; 3) Employment and/or career experience.
  4. Please submit a typed (double spaced) personal statement, discussing the following: 1) Why you made the decision to attend college; 2) Why you have chosen your career and your career objectives; 3) The contribution to your community you intend to make through your career; 4) Any extenuating circumstances (personal, academic, and/or financial); 5) Any other information that you would like to be considered with your application.
  5. Attach a current college transcript (unofficial is acceptable).
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