Submitting Documents + Forms
Documents (such as proof of FAFSA or lawful presence) or forms may be uploaded and submitted to DSF at www.denverscholarship.org/contactus.
User Tip: Using the full webpage view, navigate to the bottom of the form and click on “Add File” to upload your document or form. Please also use www.denverscholarship.org/contactus to email us with any questions or call 303-640-6564.
Links to DSF forms are available here below:
|Deadline||Form Name||Who Must Complete It||For more information, click on the link:|
|Jul 15||Part-Time Enrollment Form (if applicable)||All Applicants||Download Form|
|Jul 15||High School GPA Waiver Form (if applicable)||Class of 2015, 2016, and 2017 applicants with HS GPA less than 2.75 wishing to enroll in an associate’s or bachelor’s program||Download Form|
|Feb 1||Mid-Year Transfer Form (if applicable)||All Applicants||Download Form|
|April 1||Program Extension Form (if applicable)||2015 Cohort requesting an additional year of DSF to complete their degree||Download Form|
|July 15||Application Withdrawal Form (if applicable)||Class of 2017 applicants with expected final HS GPA less than 2.75 who plan to enroll in associate or bachelor degree program & want to meet HS GPA Waiver form requirements before applying for DSF.||Download Form|
College Choice Form
Before you may update your college selection with DSF for 2017-18, you must first renew your DSF Application for the 2017-18 academic year.
To complete the DSF Scholarship Application for the 2017-18 school year, visit portal.denverscholarship.org no later than April 1, 2017.
The deadline to update your final college selection for the 2017-18 academic year is July 15, 2017.
If you have questions, please contact DSF at www.denverscholarship.org/contactus.
If your contact information has changed (email address, mailing address, or phone number), visit the DSF Student Portal (portal.denverscholarship.org or click the button below) to update your contact information.
DSF expects students to meet all requirements detailed in the DSF Scholarship Program Policy. However, we understand that sometimes students face situations that are beyond their control and need some flexibility in order to deal with those situations. Appeals to request exceptions to the scholarship policy will only be considered in cases of truly exceptional personal or family circumstances.
DSF will review and consider appeals based on the following extenuating circumstances:
- Death in your immediate family
- Medical illness or injury (personal/immediate family)
- Other special circumstances beyond the student’s control
Time management issues, poor decision-making, forgetting about a deadline, or human error are not sufficient grounds for an appeal.
- Denver Public Schools (DPS) Enrollment
- DPS Graduation
- High School GPA
- College Academic Requirements
- Eligible Colleges
- Scholarship Amount
- Length of Eligibility
- Graduate School
- Full-Time Enrollment Exceptions (other than those listed on the DSF Part-Time Enrollment form)
You must continue to meet any remaining DSF requirements while your appeal is being reviewed. If your appeal is approved and a requirement is not met, you may lose your scholarship for the entire academic year.
If you believe that your situation may fall within the types of extenuating circumstances described here, contact a member of the DSF Scholarship team to discuss the situation which caused you to miss a DSF deadline or requirement.
You are encouraged to work with your Future Center Advisor, Campus Contact, Colorado Challenge Counselor, or other student support professional on campus for help with contacting DSF.
After DSF staff has considered your situation, we will inform you if you should submit an appeal for committee review. If the staff member determines that the situation should be reviewed by the committee, a DSF appeal form and instructions will be provided to the student and/or advisor.
June 30 for appeals regarding the application process
September 1 for appeals regardding fall term scholarship award status
February 1 for appeals regarding winter or spring term scholarship award status