Urban Leadership Program (ULP)
The Urban Leadership Program at MSU Denver is a unique program designed to give you the knowledge, skills, and networks to grow in your leadership. Those selected will receive extra training and support to prepare them to use their leadership on campus and in the Denver community. Students are eligible for over $50,000 in scholarships each year through participation in the program.
2.75 Cumulative GPA
Completed Urban Leadership Program Application
Completed Interview with ULP Committee
Enrollment in LDR 1010 Course.
Full-time enrollment (12 credit hours) for Spring and Fall Semesters.
Commitment to participate in program co-curriculum throughout semester.
Meetings two times each month (2nd and 4th weeks) on Friday mornings from 8:15-9:45 am
Semesterly Service Project (approximately 10 hours/semester)
- Urban Leadership Program (ULP)
- Supplemental Questions
- Please list all involvement on campus (student organizations, on-campus employment, student media, music, theater, athletics, etc.)?
- Please list any community organizations, volunteer experiences, off-campus work or other commitments here:
- Please list the name of a faculty or staff member who can attest to the quality of work you complete, reliability, and potential for growth through the Urban Leadership Program:
- Department (Department of the Faculty/Staff Reference):
- Program Agreements: The Urban Leadership Program is much more than a scholarship. Scholars in the program average 12 hours each month through commitments outside of class.
- How did you learn about the Urban Leadership Program: (Check all that apply)
- Comment/Questions: (Please include any comments or questions here.)
- Qualifications: (Members of the Urban Leadership Program must meet minimum requirements including a judicial record review. By checking below you agree to a review of your judicial record at MSU Denver. )
- Short Answer: Please choose ONE of the following questions to address in a response below (500 words). Responses should demonstrate critical thinking and provide enough information for the reader to fully understand your idea. 1. Tell us about someone in your life who is not an immediate family member, who demonstrates leadership. 2. What is the biggest leadership need within a community you belong? 3. Describe a process of change you've observed within a group of which you belong.
- Members of the Urban Leadership Program must meet minimum requirements including a judicial record review. By checking below you agree to a review of your judicial record at MSU Denver.
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