Terry L. Priest Scholarship

This scholarship program was created to support students who are committed to the field of transportation, logistics, or supply chain management and are passionate about the industry.

Students who meet all of the following criteria are encouraged to apply.
- Currently enrolled in an undergraduate transportation, logistics, or supply chain program at an accredited trade or technical school, community college, or four-year college/university in the United States (full-time or part-time; seniors are eligible to apply for spring semester only)
- Have a cumulative G.P.A. of 3.0 or higher
- Plan to pursue a career in the transportation, logistics, or supply chain field
- Demonstrate financial need

Selection: Scholarship recipients will be selected based on academic achievement, demonstrated commitment to the field and passion for the work, and financial need. Previous applicants and recipients are welcome to apply.

Award: Scholarship awards will be paid directly to a recipient’s educational institution and can be used toward tuition, fees, and books only for full-time or part-time undergraduate study only. Please note that award disbursement is contingent upon the outside scholarship policies of a recipient’s college or university. Awards must be used for the 2021 calendar year.

Questions? Contact Charmaine Brown at cbrown@denverfoundation.org.

Terry L. Priest and The Denver Transportation Club
Supplemental Questions
  1. College, University, or School Information
    • 1. Name of College/University or Trade/Technical School
    • 2. City, State
    • 3. What type of school is it?
    • 4. Expected Degree
    • 5. Are you enrolled part-time or full-time?
    • 6. When will you graduate?
    • 7. Anticipated Major/Program
  2. Please upload your completed Student Aid Report for the current academic year. You may obtain a copy of your Student Aid Report by going to www.fafsa.ed.gov.
  3. If you have NOT completed the FAFSA, you must complete the following questions to be considered for the scholarship. DO NOT respond if you answered question above.
    • 1. What is your marital status?
    • 2. Household Income (Adjusted Gross Income as reported to the IRS) for last calendar year.
    • 3. Anticipated Household Income for current calendar year.
    • 4. Number of people supported by this income (including yourself).
    • 5. List the ages and relationship of the individuals to the applicant supported by the household income.
    • 6. Number of people in your household who will be enrolled in a college degree/certification program for the upcoming academic year (including the applicant).
  4. Anticipated Financial Aid - List the different types and amount of aid you expect to receive for the upcoming academic year using the "Add Another Answer" button.
    • 1. Aid Type
    • 2. Name of the financial aid you will be receiving
    • 3. Amount of your award for the academic year
    • 4. Pending or Confirmed?
  5. Anticipated Cost - List your anticipated cost for the current academic year.
    • 1. Tuition and Fees
    • 2. Room and Board
    • 3. Books and Supplies
    • 4. Transportation/Other
    • 5. Total Cost of Attendance
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