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Reisher Scholars Program

Providing opportunities to make higher education accessible to all students

In this edition of the CMUnow Presidential Podcast, Colorado Mesa University President John Marshall sat down with three Reisher Scholar students to discuss the Reisher Scholars Program. The students shared their positive experiences with the program and highlighted its many benefits, including financial stability, a strong support system and access to additional resources. They explained how these resources helped them overcome challenges and achieve success, emphasizing the program's importance in making higher education accessible to all students.

The Reisher Scholars Program provides financial aid, academic advising, career counseling and personal coaching to help low-income Colorado residents attend college. To be eligible students must have a 3.0 GPA or higher, demonstrate financial need, be full-time incoming sophomores or transfer students and be leaders on and off campus. Learn more about the Reisher Scholars Program.

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