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College of Natural Sciences



CO-WY AMP Directory

Student Opportunities

Summer Research Initiative and International Research Initiative:

CO-WY AMP International Research Experience

CO-WY AMP Summer Research Initiative


Publications and Reports:

CO-WY AMP Brochure

CO-WY AMP Newsletter Spring 2019

CO-AMP 2013-2014 Report 

CO-AMP Impact Report 1996-2011

CO-AMP Impact Report 2015


The Colorado-Wyoming Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (CO-WY AMP) is a consortium of sixteen institutions of higher learning, and has associations with two Native American tribes in Colorado (Southern Ute and Ute Mountain Ute) and two tribes in Wyoming (Northern Arapahoe and Eastern Shoshone). The Alliance's mission is to increase the number of historically and currently underrepresented African American, Native American, Hispanic, Pacific Islander, and Alaska Native students earning bachelor's degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).

In October 2016, CO-AMP became CO-WY AMP with the addition of two Wyoming partners, University of Wyoming and Central Wyoming College.

For more information on CO-WY AMP, please click here.


For more information on Bridge to the Doctorate at Colorado State University, please click here.









Partner Institutions

CO-WY AMP Institutions Map Link to Adams State University Link to Central Wyoming College Link to Trinidad State Junior College Link to University of Colorado - Colorado Springs Link to Colorado State University Link to University of Denver Link to University of Northern Colorado Link to University of Wyoming Link to University of Colorado - Denver Link to Colorado School of Mines Link to Fort Lewis College Link to Northeastern Junior College Link to University of Colorado - Boulder Link to Colorado State University-Pueblo Link to Metropolitan State University of Denver Link to Otero Junior College Link to Southern Ute Tribe Link to Ute Mountain Ute Tribe Link to Northern Arapaho Tribe Link to Eastern Shoshone Tribe