- 1145 students received a Bright Futures scholarship.
- Nearly $2 million was invested in student scholarships to help students pay for tuition and mandatory fees.
- Bright Futures scholars completed over 19,000 hours of community service in support of nonprofits in Weld County.
- Bright Futures launched two College and Career Centers in Fort Lupton High School and Valley High School. These Centers provide students with one-on-one advising.
- Career exploration
- Post-secondary preparedness
- Financial assistance
What is Bright Futures?
Bright Futures is a tuition assistance program awarding up to $2,000 per year for four years.
Who is eligible?
All Weld County
- High school graduates
- Honorably discharged veterans
- GED recipients
What schools can Bright Futures students attend?
All post-secondary schools in Colorado and the contiguous states including 4-year universities, community colleges, and trade schools.
“I applied for the Bright Futures grant to attend Laramie County Community College where I obtained my associate degree in Ag Business. I then continued my education at Colorado State University and graduated in May 2021. To say that the Bright Futures program helped me through my first few years of college would be an understatement!”
– Andie J.