• All College of Liberal Arts

Student Types

  • Current
  • Transfer

Class Levels

  • Junior
  • Senior

Resident Statuses

  • Colorado Resident

Scholarship Type

  • Need-Based

Required GPA

Tyler with Students Dan Tyler established this fund in order to meet the immediate, and what he considered desperate, financial need of the Colorado State student who demonstrates potential for academic, career, and life success. He wants to provide assistance for students to overcome the financial barrier that could jeopardize their reaching graduation. With financial assistance, he believes that students can reach their potential and become successful members of society and accomplished graduates.


1) Full-time undergraduate student enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts with a class level of junior or senior 2) Have completed at least 15 credits at CSU 3) Demonstrate financial need as established by the Office of Student Financial Services of CSU by submitting a description and explanation of such need 4) Demonstrate potential for academic, career and life success 5) Maintain an overall 3.0 GPA 6) Preference shall be given to underrepresented populations and/or non-traditional students 7) Preference shall also be given to Colorado residents


Dan is an Emeritus Professor of History at Colorado State University. He grew up on a ranch in Carbondale, Colorado. He served in the Air Force and taught the history of the American West at CSU with an emphasis on water issues for more than 30 years. His book, Silver Fox of the Rockies, carefully describes the origin of interstate river compacts and the critical role they played in dividing the waters of the West. He is also the author of The Last Water Hole in the West and Love In An Envelope: A Courtship in the American West. His next work focuses on W.D. Farr.