How to Maintain Your DSF Scholarship When Transferring
DSF Finalists who are awarded a DSF Scholarship during the Fall 2018 term may be considered for a Winter/Spring award at a different DSF partner college if they transfer and submit the Mid-Year Transfer Form to DSF by February 1, 2019 and the following conditions are met:
- A transfer is required to stay on track for your degree pathway:
- You graduated with a certificate or associate’s degree in the Fall or Winter term and are transferring to a different DSF partner college to continue on your program’s degree path in the Winter or Spring term; or
- You have completed all basic requirements at your current institution and must transfer to a different DSF partner college to complete your degree program (i.e. completed all course requirements at a 2-year institution and transferring to a 4-year institution to stay on track for a bachelor’s degree); or
- After careful consideration of the potential impact of your transfer, you have decided that transferring to a different partner college will better allow you to stay on track for your degree based on academic/financial/social fit.
- Received a DSF Scholarship award in the Fall term (or the only reason you did not qualify for a Fall award was because your years of eligibility at your Fall college type had expired); and
- Met Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) during the Fall term; and
- Completed your DSF Student Success Requirement (SSR) during the Fall term; and
- Completed your financial aid file at your new institution by February 1.
The Mid-Year Transfer Form requires the signatures of the Campus Contacts from both your Fall/Winter college and your new college certifying that your transfer is required to stay on track for your degree pathway.
DSF Scholars at CCD: Learn about the SEED Program
ATTENTION DSF SCHOLARS AT CCD!
DSF Scholars at the Community College of Denver (CCD) have the opportunity to participate in a special program for students who are interested in transferring to a four-year university like the University of Colorado Denver (CU Denver) or Metropolitan State University of Denver (MSU Denver).
DSF Scholars at CCD who intend to transfer may be eligible to participate in the SEED program (Students-Empowered-Educated-Determined). Through SEED, students receive individualized advising, access to special events, application fee waivers at CU Denver & MSU Denver, and additional assistance through the transfer process. Whether you plan to transfer next semester or in two years, SEED offers the support you need to be successful.
- Metropolitan State University of Denver Transfer Website
- University of Colorado Denver Transfer Website
To find out if you are eligible, contact Dawn Gallardo-Romero at CCD at 303-352-3147 or Dawn.Gallardo-Romero@ccd.edu.