Across Colorado Mountain College’s district, Alpine Bank recently rewarded students with good grades and determination with a specialized CMC scholarship. From Aspen to Parachute to the Vail Valley, and from Summit County to Steamboat Springs, graduating high school seniors are now heading to CMC and the campus of their choice.
To be considered for these scholastic awards, students must be of Latino/Hispanic descent, classify as an in-district student, have at least a 2.5 GPA and demonstrate financial need, among other criteria. Each renewable scholarship – which equals $2,200 a year – helps to cover the cost of tuition, fees and books for two years at Colorado Mountain College.
Alpine Bank Chairman Bob Young surrounded by Alpine Bank Latino/Hispanic Scholarship recipients.