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A. Lindsay and Olive B. O'Connor Foundation Nursing ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded each year to a student from Delaware County enrolled in the nursing curriculum.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. Student must also complete a Decker School of Nursing General Scholarship application by March 1. Applications are available in the Decker School Deans Office AB-108. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
A. Lindsay and Olive B. O'Connor Foundation ScholarshipEstablished by the late Judge and Mrs. O'Connor of Hobart, NY, this scholarship is awarded to students from Delaware County, who demonstrate both academic merit and financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Agneshwar ScholarshipThis one-time only scholarship is awarded to a NYS resident undergraduate, based on financial need, who demonstrates a high potential for success. First preference is given to Broome County residents.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Ahilya Devi Memorial ScholarshipEstablished in 1987 by Professor Chittaranjan Sahay in memory of his mother. This scholarship is awarded each year to a junior-level student who is enrolled in mechanical engineering in The Watson School.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of Watson School students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Alexander Rae Baldwin Jr. Memorial Scholarship for Political ScienceThis scholarship is awarded to students with demonstrated need majoring in political science. Recipients must also have an academic record of merit with a GPA of 3.0 or higher, and have a demonstrated commitment to community service or have been involved with activities for the betterment of society.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. Recipients are selected by faculty in the political science program, based on projects and contributions made to this major. Recipients are chosen in the Spring for the next academic year.
Alexander Rae Baldwin Jr. Memorial Scholarship for Theater and Performing ArtsThis scholarship is awarded to students with demonstrated financial need majoring in Theater and Performing Arts. Recipients must also have an academic record of merit with a GPA of 3.0 or higher, and have a demonstrated commitment to community service or have been involved with activities for the betterment of society.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. Recipients are selected by faculty in the Performing Arts program based on projects and contributions made to this major. Recipients are chosen in the Spring for the following academic year.
Alexander Rae Baldwin Jr. Memorial Scholarship for WrestlingThis scholarship is awarded to students with demonstrated financial need who participate on the Binghamton University Wrestling Team. Recipients must also have an academic record of merit with a GPA of 3.0 or higher, and have demonstrated commitment to community service or have been involved with activities for the betterment of society.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. Recipients are selected by the wrestling coach based on contributions made to their sport. Recipients are chosen in the Spring for the following academic year.
Alfred Brooks Memorial Theater ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded annually to a full time Junior or Senior theater major at Binghamton University, with a preference for a student who is passionate about theater directing, followed by those with an interest in acting in theater.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Allen and Ellen Zwickler ScholarshipEstablished in 2003 by Allen S. Zwickler '79 to benefit a School of Management undergraduate student, this scholarship will be awarded to an incoming freshman who plans to study finance, human resources, marketing, MIS, or operation management. The student will retain the scholarship for four years of study provided they maintain a 3.5 GPA. Preference will be given to a New York State resident.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic merit. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Alumni Association ScholarshipEstablished in 1989 by the Alumni Association in honor of the more than 800 Life Members of the Association. These scholarships are awarded to financially deserving students in good academic standing, who have demonstrated commitment to the University, particularly in the area of student life, by involvement in service to the University.Student must have a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file with the BU Financial Aid Services Office. A separate application must also be submitted, via http://www2.binghamton.edu/financial-aid/types-of-aid/scholarships/community-service-scholarships.html Application deadline is early April for the following academic year. Review and selection of recipient is done by committee.
American Dream ScholarshipThis scholarship was established in Fall 2009 as the result of a generous donation to the University to assist students with proven financial need. Preference is given to first generation female and minority students. The scholarship may be renewed in successive years, for up to a maximum of four years, if the recipient maintains a GPA of 2.0 or above and funding is available.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Ann and Charles Rosenthal Minority ScholarshipThe scholarship, now endowed by the Rosenthals, is awarded to full-time undergraduates with high academic achievement and proven financial need. First preference is given to African-American students.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Ann Schecter Nursing ScholarshipEstablished in 2004 by William P. Schecter '68, this scholarship is awarded to matriculated undergraduate students enrolled in a Decker School of Nursing program. Recipients must demonstrate academic merit with a strong desire to improve the health and well being of others, as well as financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. Student must also complete a Decker School of Nursing General Scholarship application by March 1. Applications are available in the Decker School Deans Office AB-108. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Annette Van Howe Scholarship for Women in EngineeringEstablished in 1991 by Annette Van Howe '66 this scholarship is awarded to a female student studying engineering in the Watson School. Preference is given to a junior-level student.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of Watson School students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
AnnMarie Gaiso Goldfarb ScholarshipEstablished in 2011 by AnnMarie Gaiso Goldfarb '93 this scholarship is awarded to a full-time female undergraduate student who is a computer science major in The Watson School. Preference is given to an entering freshman.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of Watson School students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Anthony '94 and Jennifer Nappo Management ScholarshipIncoming School of Management students will be considered if they rank within the top third of all new students admitted to SOM, based on SAT and high school GPA, and if they exhibit leadership (not just participation) in high school extracurricular activities. Financial need is not a prerequisite for this scholarship but is considered when making the selection. The recipient will retain the scholarship for four years as long as they continue to be a full-time SOM student, remain in good standing with the University, and maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.25 or greater.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic merit. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Arkell Hall Foundation ScholarshipAwarded to students pursuing nursing careers, with first preference to residents of Montgomery County or the contiguous counties of Fulton, Schoharie, and Herkimer.Student must complete Decker School of Nursing General Scholarship application by March 1. Applications are available in the Decker School Deans Office AB-108. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Arnold G. and Lenora Meyer ScholarshipEstablished in 2001 by the Lenora M. Meyer Trust, this scholarship is awarded to a student majoring in art, music, nursing, engineering, or science who demonstrates both academic merit and financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Asia ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded through the Asian Studies Department to assist students who will be studying abroad in China.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Barbara and Alan Pollack Scholarship for Academic ExcellenceA merit-based scholarship awarded to a junior majoring in science, math, history or economics in Harpur College.Students are selected by recommendation by faculty members with their qualification reviewed the Academic Standards Committee of Harpur College. No formal application or inquiry needed. Selection made during the spring semester.
Barnes & Noble ScholarshipEstablished in 2007, these funds were donated by Barnes & Noble College Booksellers, Inc. to help students finance higher education.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Barnes & Noble Scholarship: College of Community and Public AffairsEstablished in 2007, these funds were donated by Barnes & Noble College Booksellers, Inc. to help students finance higher education.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Barnes & Noble Scholarship: Decker School of NursingEstablished in 2007, these funds were donated by Barnes & Noble College Booksellers, Inc. to help students finance higher education.Student must complete Decker School of Nursing General Scholarship application by March 1. Applications are available in the Decker School Deans Office AB-108. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Barnes & Noble Scholarship: Graduate School of EducationEstablished in 2007, these funds were donated by Barnes & Noble College Booksellers, Inc. to help students finance higher education.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Barnes & Noble Scholarship: Harpur CollegeEstablished in 2007, these funds were donated by Barnes & Noble College Booksellers, Inc. to help students finance higher education.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Barnes & Noble Scholarship: School of ManagementEstablished in 2007, these funds were donated by Barnes & Noble College Booksellers, Inc. to help students finance higher education.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Barnes & Noble Scholarship: University WideEstablished in 2007, these funds were donated by Barnes & Noble College Booksellers, Inc. to help students finance higher education.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Barnes & Noble Scholarship: Watson SchoolEstablished in 2007 by Barnes & Noble College Booksellers, Inc. to help students finance higher education. This scholarship is awarded to a full time student who is enrolled in The Watson School.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of Watson School students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Barry S. and Patricia A. Daneman ScholarshipEstablished in 2002 by Barry S. Daneman '73 and Patricia A. Daneman '75. This scholarship will be awarded to a married Harpur College graduate student and alternate between the Creative Writing program and the Masters in Public Administration program.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Benedict and Louise Tuccinardi Memorial ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to an Economics major with preference given to students who have financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Benjamin and Ann Schecter Scholarship in Judaic StudiesThis scholarship is awarded annually to a student with a major or minor in Judaic Studies.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Benjamin R. Surovy Endowed ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded annually to a registered BU graduate student. First preference will be given to incoming students who are residents of Broome County in good academic standing and who intend to pursue either a masters or doctoral degree. Second preference will be given to incoming grad students from Slovakia, the Czech Republic or an other eastern European country.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Bernard F. Huppe ScholarshipEstablished in 1995 by Alex Huppe ('69) in memory of his father who was one of Harpur College's founders. This scholarship is awarded to a full-time Harpur College student enrolled in the humanities, and is based on academic merit and proven financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Bernice and Louis Dozoretz Judaic Studies ScholarshipThis schoolarship is awarded to a matriculated undergraduate Binghamton University student majoring in Judaic Studies and maintaining a 3.0 GPA or higher. This scholarship is renewable for up to eight semesters of undergraduate work as long as the criteria continues to be met.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Beth F. '78 and Anthony J. '77 Terrana Pre-Dental ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded on a yearly basis to students in Harpur Pre-Dental studies who demonstrate both financial need and outstanding academic achievement.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. An additional scholarship application is required as well, which may be found on the web at http://www2.binghamton.edu/pre-health/scholarships.html The application deadline is typically March 1 to April 1 each year. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the next academic year.
Beth F. '78 and Anthony J. '77 Terrana ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded on a yearly basis to Harpur upper-level undergraduate tudents who demonstrate both financial need and outstanding academic achievement.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. The application deadline is typically March 1 to April 1 each year. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the next academic year.
Betty and Harry Lincoln Music ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded each year to a Binghamton University junior with demonstrated excellence in the study of music history.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic merit. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Binghamton Business Alumni Network ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to an incoming freshman admitted into the Binghamton University School of Management who has SAT scores of 1250 or above, who has demonstrated leadership characteristics through high school or community activities, and who demonstrates financial need through filing of the FAFSA.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Binghamton General Hospital School of Nursing Alumni ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to a registered nurse who is a student matriculated in the Decker School of Nursing seeking a baccalaureate degree. First preference is given to residents of Broome, Chenango, Delaware, and Tioga counties in New York, and Susquehanna County in Pennsylvania. The scholarship is based on academic merit and demonstrated financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. Student must also complete a Decker School of Nursing General Scholarship application by March 1. Applications are available in the Decker School Deans Office AB-108. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Binghamton University Alumni Association Legacy Scholarship FundThis scholarship was established in 2013 to benefit students whose parents or other family members attended Binghamton University.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. Selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Binghamton University Athletic Club Women's ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded annually to a female intercollegiate athlete.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Binghamton University Forum ScholarshipAwarded to students who reflect the intellectual interest and commitment for which the Harpur Forum is known, with first preference given to students from the Southern Tier.An application must be submitted, via http://www2.binghamton.edu/financial-aid/types-of-aid/scholarships/community-service-scholarships.html Application deadline is early April for the following academic year. Review and selection of recipient is done by committee.
Binghamton University Master's Swim Team ScholarshipAwarded to a student who participates in intercollegiate athletics on either the Men's or Women's swimming and diving teams, who meets all the rules and regulations of NCAARecipient is selected annually by the Athletic Department, no application necessary.
Binghamton University Stanley Prep Scholarship for International StudentsThis scholarship is awarded to full-time international student(s) enrolled at Binghamton University who demonstrate exceptional academic achievement. Recipients must participate actively in school activities. A minimum GPA of 3.5 or above from Binghamton University is required, and preference is given to students of South Korean descent.Application must be made via International Student and Scholar Services. Application deadline is typically in the Spring for the following academic year.
Birnbaum Family ScholarshipProvides scholarships to full-time Harpur College undergraduate students from the New York City metropolitan area who show academic promise and have proven financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Bloom Family ScholarshipEstablished in 1996 by alumni Steven H. ('78) and Susan A. ('80) Bloom. This scholarship is awarded to a full-time Harpur College junior or senior with superior academic merit (GPA 3.5), proven financial need, and involvement in extracurricular activities which benefit the University or area community.Student must have a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file with the BU Financial Aid Services Office. A separate application must also be submitted, via http://www2.binghamton.edu/financial-aid/types-of-aid/scholarships/community-service-scholarships.html Application deadline is early April for the following academic year. Review and selection of recipient is done by committee.
Boder Family ScholarshipEstablished by Robert M. '89 & Susan Boder, this scholarship is awarded to a freshman or returning sophomore who demonstrates academic merit and is a resident of New York State. Preference for a student who demonstrates financial need. Preference for a recipient who has been afflicted with leukemia, lymphoma, cancer or another debilitating disease, or has volunteered to raise money or awareness for such a disease.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Bolotsky EOP ScholarshipAwarded annually to an EOP student who meets the following criteria: 1st scholarship: a sophomore, junior, or senior EOP student with a gpa of 3.0 or above who demonstrates academic promise and financial need. 2nd scholarship: a freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior EOP student (with first preference given to a graduate of the Manhattan Comprehensive Night and Day High School) who has a BU gpa of 3.0 or above (excepting freshman candidates) who demonstrates academic promise and financial need.Student must have a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file with the BU Financial Aid Services Office. Student should also contact the BU Educational Opportunity Program for information on how and when to apply for this scholarship.
Brian Heller PhD ScholarshipThe recipient will, currently or recently, be employed as a clinical health care provider, be interested in changing to a career in health care administration, have demonstrated strong leadership abilities, and have an entrepreneurial spirit. First preference will be given to a woman, second preference will be given to a minority. The recipient will be an out-of-area candidate who would not have otherwise chosen Binghamton and will retain the scholarship for two years provided they maintain a 3.5 gpa.Application for this scholarship is available in the School of Management Advising Office. Application deadline is February 15. Review and selection made by SOM Advising. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Broome Chapter NYSSPE Watson School ScholarshipEstablished in 1995 by the Broome Chapter of the New York State Society of Professional Engineers and The Watson School, this scholarship is awarded to a junior-level Engineering Science major transferring to The Watson School from Broome Community College, SUNY College of Technology at Delhi, or Tompkins Cortland Community College. Preference is given to a student who has completed requirements for AS graduation. Recipient must be a US citizen.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of Watson School students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Broome County Community Charities Nursing ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded each year to a Broome County resident, with second preference given to student within 60 mile radius. Student must show interest in living and working in the Broome Co. area, and demonstrate financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. Student must also complete a Decker School of Nursing General Scholarship application by March 1. Applications are available in the Decker School Deans Office AB-108. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Broome County Community ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to a full-time matriculated freshman demonstrating academic merit and proven financial need. It may be renewed up to three additional years, provided student continues to meet the criteria and maintain 2.5 GPA or above. First preference will be given to students who have graduated from a Broome County high school.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. Recipients are chosen in the Spring for the next academic year.
Bruce M. Steinberg '88 Scholarship in Mathematics and ScienceEstablished in 2013, this scholarship is awarded to an incoming freshman who is a US citizen but who resides outside NY State (paying out-of-state tuition), who is a math or science major, and who demonstrates both academic merit and financial need. The scholarship is renewable for 3 additional years as long as the recipient continues to meet the criteria, and maintains a minimum 3.0 gpa.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Catherine Beardsley ScholarshipEstablished in 1990 in memory of Catherine Beardsley, a longtime employee in the Registrar's Office, who was committed to student services, as reflected in her friendliness, accessibility, and efficiency in dealing with students and staff. The scholarship is awarded to acknowledge the achievements of an Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) junior or senior student in good academic standing, with first preference given to Broome County residents.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Chandler Y. Keller ScholarshipEstablished in 1997 by Mrs. Shirley W. Keller in memory of her husband, a local lawyer, community leader, and lover of history. This scholarship is awarded to a student in good academic standing, with demonstrated financial need, who is pursuing a degree in social studies education with history as a major.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Charlene Kahlor Kramer '73 and Roger Kramer '72 ScholarshipEstablished in 1995, this scholarship is awarded to full-time Harpur College students from New York State with proven financial need and a record of academic excellence. The scholarships are open to freshmen and may be renewed as long as the recipients meet the criteria. One scholarship must be awarded to a female student.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Charlene Kahlor Kramer '73 and Roger Kramer '72 ScholarshipEstablished in 2013, this scholarship was created to benefit a single mother enrolled at Binghamton University. Recipient must be in good academic standing and demonstrate financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Charles G. and Nancy M. Brink ScholarshipEstablished in 1996, this scholarship is awarded to a full or part-time matriculated student with demonstrated financial need. The scholarship alternates between the School of Management and the School of Education.Student must have a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file with the BU Financial Aid Services Office. Application for this scholarship is available in the School of Management or School of Education Advising Offices. Application deadline is February 15. Review and selection made by SOM or SOE Advising. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Charles S. Wilson Memorial Hospital School of Nursing Alumni Association ScholarshipAwarded to matriculated full or part-time Decker School of Nursing students with demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to Wilson Memorial Hospital School of Nursing (WMHSON) alumni or relatives of Wilson alumni. Preference will also be given to residents of New York or Pennsylvania within a 60-mile radius of the University.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. Student must also complete Decker School of Nursing General Scholarship application by March 1. Applications are available in the Decker School Deans Office AB-108. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Cinema Scholarship in Honor of Professor Kenneth JacobsEstablished in 1996 by Jonathan M. Plasse, Esq. '72, this scholarship is awarded to financially needy students in good academic standing. First preference is given to cinema majors followed by theater, literature, or visual arts majors.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made by committee. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Class of 1988 ScholarshipEstablished with student donations as part of the 1988 Senior Class Gift. The scholarship is awarded to financially deserving students in good academic standing who have demonstrated commitment to the University.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Class of 1990 ScholarshipEstablished with student donations as part of the 1990 Senior Class Gift. The scholarship is awarded to financially deserving students in good academic standing who have demonstrated commitment to the University.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Class of 1991 ScholarshipEstablished with student donations as part of the 1991 Senior Class Gift. The scholarship is awarded to financially deserving students in good academic standing who have demonstrated commitment to the University.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Class of 1999 ScholarshipEstablished with student donations as part of the 1989 Senior Class Gift. The scholarship is awarded to financially deserving students in good academic standing who have demonstrated commitment to the University.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Cleaner's Supply Korean Student ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded annually to a Korean or Korean-American student involved in the Korean Student Assoc. or Korean Cultural Studies, who exhibits academic merit and demonstrated financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
College of Community and Public Affairs Dean's Discretionary ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded annually to students selected by the Dean of The College of Community and Public Affairs.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
College of Community and Public Affairs Scholarship FundThis scholarship is awarded to matriculated College of Community and Public Affairs students, with demonstrated financial need, who have demonstrated the correlation between the CCPA mission and their own lives.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. An additional application for this scholarship is available on the College of Community and Public Affairs website, which can be linked to through the Binghamton University homepage. The review and selection of the recipient is done by faculty in the College of Community and Public Affairs, and awards are made during the spring semester for the following academic year.
Constance Coiner Memorial ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate senior in the College of Community and Public Affairs. Must be involved in community service or extracurricular activities to promote social change.Student must make a formal application by April 15. The application is available on the College of Community and Public Affairs website, which can be linked to through the Binghamton University homepage. The review and selection of the recipient is done by faculty and staff in the College of Community and Public Affairs. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Cynthia Kudva Memorial ScholarhipThis scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate student enrolled full-time who plans to commit their life to service others. Selection is based on a record of exemplary service and an essay describing how the student plans to use their life experience to develop a career in the service of others. The recipient must demonstrate financial need.Student must have a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file with the BU Financial Aid Services Office. A separate application must also be submitted, via http://www2.binghamton.edu/financial-aid/types-of-aid/scholarships/community-service-scholarships.html Application deadline is early April for the following academic year. Review and selection of recipient is done by committee.
Darwin R. Wales ScholarshipEstablished in 2005 by The Roger L. Kresge Foundation, this scholarship will be awarded annually to a matriculated student who graduated from a Broome County high school, and who demonstrates financial need and academic merit.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
David H. Reaves ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to a freshman with academic merit living within a 50 mile radius of Binghamton.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
David J. Penski '97 Diversity ScholarshipEstablished in 2014, this scholarship is awarded to a full-time incoming freshman in Binghamton University's School of Management who demonstrates academic merit and who is of African or Hispanic heritage. Recipient must be a U.S. citizen. This scholarship is renewable for a maximum of 3 additional years, provided the recipient continues to meet the criteria and maintains a GPA of 3.5 or above.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, during the Admissions process. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
David J. Penski '97 ScholarshipEstablished in 2014, this scholarship is awarded to a full-time incoming freshman in Binghamton University's School of Management who demonstrates both academic merit and financial need. Recipient must be a U.S. citizen. This scholarship is renewable for a maximum of 3 additional years, provided the recipient continues to meet the criteria and maintains a GPA of 3.5 or above.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
David L. Kushner Mathematics Teacher Education ScholarshipEstablished in 1996 by David L. Kushner '70, who began his career as a teacher in the local community and then moved into positions of employment related to non-profit management. This scholarship is awarded to a full or part-time School of Education master's student with demonstrated leadership potential through course work, field work, past or current employment, or volunteer activity, and with demonstrated financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. Student must also complete a formal application by April 15. The application is available on the School of Education website, which can be linked to through the Binghamton University homepage. The review and selection of the recipient is done by faculty in the School of Education. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
David P. Mancini Fine Arts ScholarshipThis scholarship has been established in honor of David P. Mancini to benefit a student in the Fine Arts program with preference to students focusing on fine arts other than music, theater, and dance (i.e., aspiring artists), based both on merit and need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Decker School of Nursing Alumni ScholarshipThis School of Nursing Alumni Scholarship was established in 1995 by alumni and friends of the Decker School of Nursing to assist matriculated full-time or part-time junior or senior students. Based on financial need and merit.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. Student must also complete a Decker School of Nursing General Scholarship application by March 1. Applications are available in the Decker School Deans Office AB-108. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Dennis Schneck and Tracy Caliendo-Schneck ScholarshipThis scholarship, established in 2006 by Dennis M. Schneck '97 and Tracy A. Caliendo-Schneck '97, is awarded to Harpur or School of Management undergraduate students at Binghamton University, based on academic merit and proven financial need. Preference is given to residents of the five boroughs of New York City. The recipient will retain the scholarship for up to four years, or until a bachelor's degree is attained, provided they continue to meet financial need and maintain a minimum 3.2 GPA to renew for sophomore year, and a minimum 3.3 GPA to renew in junior and senior years.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Deutsch Scholarship for Academic ExcellenceThis scholarship is awarded to an incoming full-time matriculated freshman student entering the School of Management, with preference for a graduate from Horace Greeley High School in Westchester County, NY. Preference is also given for a student who graduated Cum Laude in high school (top 10% of class). Demonstrated leadership skills in high school extracurricular activities or with a community organization are a must. The scholarship is renewable for a maximum of three additional years provided the recipient remains in the School of Management and maintains an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of all students matching the donor criteria is done and selection made in the Spring for the following academic year.
Dhillon Family Graduate ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to a first-year SOM graduate student. A selection committee comprised of representatives from the SOM grad school will select appropriate recipients based on the following criteria: Applicant for a Masters Program in SOM with a preference given to applicants to the MBA Program. Must demonstrate a strong undergraduate academic record with a GPA above 3.5 (or equivalent). Must demonstrate a standardized test score above the 80th percentile (e.g. GMAT of 650 or higher). International students should have a TOEFL score above 620 (or its equivalent). Professional work experience is desirable.Application will be found on the School of Management Graduate website.
Docster Family Scholarship for Minority Business Graduate StudentsThe scholarship honors a minority graduate student, with preference given to a female candidate, who contributes to the management profession, exhibits academic achievements, and participates in organizational leadership roles.Application information available in the MS/MBA program Assistant Director's Office in the School of Management. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Dolores A. Granito ScholarshipEstablished in 1987 in honor of Professor Emerita Dolores A. Granito, a retired School of Education faculty member in mathematics education. The scholarship is awarded to a full-time female graduate student pursuing a degree in mathematics education.Student must make a formal application by April 15. The application is available on the School of Education website, which can be linked to through the Binghamton University homepage. The review and selection of the recipient is done by faculty in Education and Mathematics. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Dorothy Davison Denk '57 Memorial ScholarshipThis scholarship was established by M. William Denk '58 in memory of his wife, Dorothy Davison Denk '57 and is awarded each year to a Harpur College student in need of financial assistance.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Dr. Nathan V. Cooper Memorial ScholarshipEstablished in 1995 by Dr. David R. Cooper '67, in memory of his father. This scholarship is awarded to a full-time senior, junior, or sophomore chemistry major with academic excellence and proven financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Dr. Dominick A. and Susan G. Artuso ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to full-time junior and senior students with demonstrated need, enrolled in a pre-medical course of study, and who have maintained a cumulative grade point average of 3.2 or higher. Preference shall be given to those students whose academic record, extracurricular activities, and demonstrated commitment to pre-medical studies make them most likely to be accepted to medical school.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. An additional scholarship application is required as well, which may be found on the web at http://www2.binghamton.edu/pre-health/scholarships.html The application deadline is typically March 1 to April 1 each year. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the next academic year.
Dr. G. Clifford and Florence B. Decker Foundation ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded each year to Decker School of Nursing students who live within a 60-mile radius of Binghamton.Student must complete Decker School of Nursing General Scholarship application by March 1. Applications are available in the Decker School Deans Office AB-108. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Dr. Glenn G. and Mrs. Wanda B. Bartle Scholarship EndowmentThis scholarship is awarded to a full-time Harpur College undergraduate student with academic merit and proven financial need. The scholarship was established in 1996 by the late Mrs. Bartle, a longtime friend of the University and wife of the first President of Harpur College.Student must have a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file with the BU Financial Aid Services Office. No other formal application or inquiry required. Selection is made by the Financial Aid Services Office and is awarded during the spring for following academic year.
Dr. Israel J. Rosefsky Language and Culture ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to Undergraduate students studying abroad in language immersion programs or international relations, and who must plan to utilize language of a foreign country upon return to U.S.Applications are available in the Office of International Programs. Application deadlines are March 15 for summer and fall study abroad, and October 15 for spring study abroad. Review of applications and selection done by a committee.
Dr. Joseph J. Eron '80 Undergraduate ScholarshipEstablished by James E. Ludwig '81 and Cynthia P. Cobbs. Awarded to a junior or senior biology or biochemistry major who demonstrates academic merit. Preference for a recipient who has conducted research, volunteered in a laboratory or been involved in an activity which benefits the University.To be determined (4/3/2014)--More information will be posted once an application process is known.
Dr. Lawrence N. and Lana K. '72 Rouff ScholarshipThe "Dr. Lawrence N. and Lana K. '72 Rouff Scholarship" was established in 1992, this scholarship is awarded to junior and senior students at with financial need, having at least a 2.7 grade point average and who have graduated from a Broome County high school.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Dr. Marie Morisawa Memorial ScholarshipEstablished in memory of Professor Marie Morisawa to perpetuate her work. The scholarship is given to a full-time, female graduate student in good academic standing with demonstrated financial need. First preference will be given to a geomorphology student, with a geology student as second preference.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Dr. Paul Weigand ScholarshipAwarded annually to students majoring or minoring in German language and for students involved in comparative literature. The scholarship will also fund study abroad opportunities in Germany or German-speaking nations.For information contact Professor Rosmarie Morewedge in the German, Russian and East Asian Languages Department.
Dr. Thomas F. Kelly and Nancy K. Kelly ScholarshipCreated in honor of Dr. & Mrs. Thomas F. Kelly, former Binghamton University Vice President of External Affairs, this scholarship was established to support Binghamton University School of Management students, and is awarded based on both financial need and academic merit.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Drazen Family Men's Basketball ScholarshipEstablished in 2013, this scholarship is awarded each year to a member of the Binghamton University men's varsity basketball team selected by the Athletic Department, with a recommendation from the men's basketball coach.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Dyer-Johnston-Dixon Nursing ScholarshipNamed in memory of Drs. Frank Dyer and Harry Johnston, and to honor Dr. Wilbur Dixon's active support for nursing in the Binghamton community over many decades, this scholarship is awarded to outstanding Binghamton High School or Seton Catholic Central High School graduates pursuing careers in nursing.Student must complete Decker School of Nursing General Scholarship application by March 1. Applications are available in the Decker School Deans Office AB-108. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
E. W. Heier Memorial ScholarshipEstablished in 1995 by Robert F. Schumann in memory of E.W. Ike Heier, professor and campus greenhouse manager. The scholarship is awarded to a full-time student with a demonstrated interest in Botany as demonstrated by volunteering in the campus greenhouse. First preference is given to students with demonstrated financial need as in filing the FAFSA, but others will also be considered.Student must have a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file with the BU Financial Aid Services Office. No other formal application is required. Selection of applicant done by the manager of E.W. Heier Teaching and Research Greenhouses. Selection of recipient is made late March to early April for the following academic year.
Edith M. Briloff Memorial ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded annually to Binghamton University students who have demonstrated academic excellence (gpa = 3.5).Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Edward Thorsen Memorial ScholarshipProvides one scholarship to a junior pre-med student who has achieved an A- or better overall average and who is committed to a career in medicine.A scholarship application is required which may be found on the web at http://www2.binghamton.edu/pre-health/scholarships.html The application deadline is typically March 1 to April 1 each year. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the next academic year.
Edwin E. Hatch Foundation ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to an incoming freshman who will have the opportunity to retain this scholarship for up to four years of undergraduate study, as long as financial need and merit criteria continue to be met.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Elizabeth A. Knapp ScholarshipEstablished in 1985 to honor Libby Knapp's 19 years of service to Binghamton University, the purpose of the scholarship is to encourage women who have delayed their formal education to pursue their personal goals through higher education. The scholarship is awarded to women age 25 and older.Student must have a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file with the BU Financial Aid Services Office. http://www2.binghamton.edu/financial-aid/pdf/knapp-scholarship.pdf or in the Financial Aid Services office. The application deadline is typically early April for the following academic year. Review of applications and selection is made by committee.
Elizabeth Wolf Kalmin ScholarshipEstablished August 2012 by Elizabeth R. Kalmin '89, this scholarship is awarded to full-time matriculated freshmen demonstrating exceptional academic merit and financial need. One recipient must be accepted to the School of Management. The scholarship is renewable for three additional three years if the recipient continues to demonstrate financial need as well as maintain an overall GPA of 3.5 or higher. Preference is for an inner-city student who resides in one of the five boroughs of New York City.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. Recipients are chosen in the Spring for the next academic year.
Elliot and Gladys Levine Scholarship in Engineering and ManagementEstablished in 2006 by Elliot and Gladys Levine, this scholarship is awarded annually to a student enrolled full-time in the Watson School/SOM Fast Track BS-MBA combined degree program, demonstrating financial need and academic merit.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Elsa Issa Memorial ScholarshipEstablished in 2011 by Lars Issa '91 in memory of his mother Elsa Issa '86. This scholarship is awarded to a junior-level student transferring from Broome Community College. Preference is given to a female non-traditional student who has returned to school to develop new skills. Preference is given to students entering The Watson School.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. A review of students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Emily A. Nielsen and Orville F. Nielsen, MD Music ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to an incoming freshman student interested in pursuing music as a major and who demonstrates exceptional ability in the field of music, as well as academic achievement. The scholarship will be renewed for up to a four-year commitment as long as the recipient continues to meet the criteria and maintains a GPA of 3.0 or higher.Application is available in the Office of the Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Music Department. The application deadline varies but is generally mid-March. Review of applications and selection is done by committee. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Emily A. Nielsen and Orville F. Nielsen, MD Music Scholarship in Honor of Professor Mary BurgessThis scholarship is awarded to a Binghamton University Music student, preferably given to a student in voice.Application is available in the Office of the Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Music Department. The application deadline varies but is generally mid-March. Review of application and selection done by committee. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Emily A. Nielsen and Orville F. Nielsen, MD Nursing ScholarshipEstablished in 1992 by the Nielsens, who are active and loyal supporters of the University.Student must complete Decker School of Nursing General Scholarship application by March 1. Applications are available in the Decker School Deans Office AB-108. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Emily A. Nielsen and Orville F. Nielsen, MD Scholarship in Music and TheatreA three-year scholarship which is awarded on the basis of merit and financial need.Application is available in the Offices of the Directors of Undergraduate Studies in the Music/Theater Department. The application deadline varies but is generally mid-March. Awarded in the spring semester for the following academic year. Review of application and selection done by committee.
Empire State Diversity Honors ScholarshipThese scholarships are awarded each year to students who are New York State residents who demonstrate high academic achievement (3.5 GPA or higher) and who represent the diverse make-up of the University's student population (based on ethnic, disability, economic, or other populations. Because the University's overall scholarship philosophy is, where all other criteria are equal, to award based on demonstrated financial need through filing of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) first, those students who demonstrate financial need as well are given first consideration.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Epsilon Delta ZBT Brotherhood ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded annually to an incoming freshman; however, the scholarship is renewable for a total of four (4) years if the student maintains a GPA of at least 3.0. The recipient must have demonstrated leadership in the community and amongst his or her social peers as documented on their admissions application, personal statement or admissions recruitment initiatives.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Esther W. Couper ScholarshipEstablished in 1998 by Esther Couper, a long time supporter and friend of Binghamton University. This scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate with emphasis on recruitment of excellent students to the University.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Eugene D. Flood '57 ScholarshipEstablished in 1998 by friends and colleagues in honor of Eugene (Gene)D. Flood ('57)'s retirement after 34 years of service to Harpur College. The scholarship is awarded to a Binghamton University student with financial need. First preference is given to a Broome County resident; the next preference is to an entering Freshman.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Eugene E. Peckham Scholarship in TaxationAwarded in the spring semester to a full or part-time matriculated undergraduate or graduate student in the School of Management who has demonstrated outstanding performance in an initial taxation class, and has a GPA of 3.0 or above.The scholarship is awarded upon recommendation of the Tax I class instructors. There is no application for this scholarship. Recipient is chosen during the spring semester and receives the funds in the same semester.
Evelio Figueroa Memorial Study-Abroad ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to a full-time, matriculated student with academic merit, financial need who is seeking to study abroad and has a commitment to cultural understanding and community.Student must have a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file with the BU Financial Aid Services Office. Application for this scholarship is available in the Office of International Programs. The application deadline for fall study abroad is April 1st. Review of application and selection is done by committee. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Faculty-Student ScholarshipEstablished in 1988 through a gift from the dissolution of the Auxiliary Campus Enterprise Corporation. The selection is based both on merit and review of the student's participation and commitment to the University's community service activities. The student is required to work 10 hours per week at a specific on-campus site to fulfill scholarship requirement.Applications are available at the following link a http://www2.binghamton.edu/financial-aid/pdf/faculty-student-scholarship.pdf or in the Financial Aid Services Office. The Application deadline is February 22nd. Review of applications and selection is done by committee. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Floyd H. Lawson ScholarshipEstablished in 1988 by Floyd 'Rudy' and Yvonne Lawson, colleagues, and friends this scholarship is awarded to two junior-level transfer students entering one of the Watson School engineering disciplines, based on academic merit. Recipients will retain the scholarship for the following academic year if they maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher and remain in the Watson School.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of Watson School students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Floyd H. Lawson Senior ScholarshipEstablished in 1988 by Floyd 'Rudy' and Yvonne Lawson, colleagues, and friends this scholarship is awarded to two senior-level students in one of the Watson School engineering disciplines, based on academic merit.No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of Watson School students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Floyd L. Maines ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to students who graduated from a Broome County or adjoining county high school who demonstrate high academic merit.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic merit. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Frank S. '94 and Rosemary Vellucci ScholarshipThis scholarship, established in 2011 by Frank S. Vellucci '94, is awarded to an undergraduate junior/senior level student with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher, who has demonstrated a strong commitment to pursuing a career in law but who faces obstacles to achieving their ambition.Applications become available around January 1st of each year, with deadline to apply around March 1st. The application for 2014-15 may be found at: http://www2.binghamton.edu/pre-law/scholarships-awards.html or by contacting John Koch at jkoch@binghamton.edu
Fred L. Kennedy '50 Scholarship in Social Studies EducationEstablished in 1997 by Fred L. Kennedy '50, a local social studies teacher, this scholarship is awarded to a student in the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Social Studies program who demonstrates potential to become an excellent teacher, and who plans to teach social studies in grades 9-12 in a public high school. Preference is given to residents of Broome or Tioga Counties.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Gary Truce Scholarship for Women's Cross CountryThis scholarship is awarded to a member of the women's cross country team in good academic standing.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Generosity of Spirit ScholarshipEstablished in 2014, this scholarship is awarded each year to a full-time junior/senior-level Binghamton University student majoring in Computer Science, based on academic merit of 3.0 GPA or higher, as well as demonstrated financial need. Recipient must be a New York State resident.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Geography ScholarshipEstablished by the Binghamton University Geography Department to benefit full-time minority students (undergraduate only) who demonstrate academic achievement.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic merit. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
George E. Moore Minority Physics ScholarshipThe "George E. Moore Minority Physics Scholarship" is awarded to a minority physics undergraduate student based on academic merit.Selection is made from entering freshmen who are specifically invited by the Physics Department to apply. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year and retain the scholarship for up to four years of undergraduate study as long as they maintain a 3.0 or higher GPA and remain in the Physics program.
Geraldine S. Weil Memorial ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to a full-time student in the Master of Science in Education in Reading/Language Arts program who plans to teach reading in the elementary schools.Student must make a formal application by April 15. The application is available on the School of Education website, which can be linked to through the Binghamton University homepage. The review and selection of the recipient is done the School of Education. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Gertrude Liebermann Memorial ScholarshipEstablished by Clifford D. Clark, former President of Binghamton University. This scholarship is awarded to a student based on academic achievement in the arts or languages, and on financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Glenn Gardner/Slam Stewart Memorial ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to a music student selected by the Music Department faculty.Application is available in the Office of the Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Music Department. The application deadline varies but is generally mid-March. Review of application and selection done by committee. Awarded during the spring semester for the following academic year.
Graduate School of Education ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to matriculated GSOE students, with demonstrated financial need, who have demonstrated the correlation between the GSOE mission and their own lives.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. Student must also complete a formal application by April 15. The application is available on the School of Education website, which can be linked to through the Binghamton University homepage. The review and selection of the recipient is done by faculty in the School of Education. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Gregg '87 and Deborah '88 Hymowitz ScholarshipEstablished in 1995, this scholarship is awarded to a full-time undergraduate student in Harpur College demonstrating financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Gruber Family ScholarshipAwarded to a full-time Harpur College junior or senior with proven academic merit. One scholarship will be awarded to an English major and one to a Theater major each year. The award is based on both intellectual and artistic talents.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic merit. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Harold P. McGowan ScholarshipEstablished in 1986 by the Endicott Johnson Corporation. This scholarship, which honors the contributions made by Harold P. McGowan ('57), is awarded to an undergraduate School of Management student with demonstrated financial need.Student must have a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file with the BU Financial Aid Services Office. Application for this scholarship is available in the School of Management Advising Office. Application deadline is February 15. Review and selection made by SOM Advising. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Harry and Liese B. Fischer ScholarshipThis scholarship was established in 2000 to benefit a first generation Harpur College student of promise who is an immigrant or whose parents are immigrants. Must demonstrate financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Helen and Wendelin Bernhard Memorial ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded each year to a full-time Harpur undergraduate student majoring in Geological Science who demonstrates high academic merit and financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Helen Hudda Gow Graduate ScholarshipEstablished in July 2012, this scholarship is awarded annually to a Graduate student in the College of Community and Public Affairs (CCPA) who demonstrates academic achievement through an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher, and demonstrated financial need through filing a FAFSA.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. Selection of the recipient is done by faculty in the College of Community and Public Affairs, and awards are made during the spring semester for the following academic year.
Helene Fuld Health Trust FundEstablished in 2006 exclusively to provide financial assistance to students enrolled in the baccalaureate degree nursing program.Student must complete Decker School of Nursing General Scholarship application by March 1. Applications are available in the Decker School Deans Office AB-108. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Henrietta and Henry Quade ScholarshipEstablished in 1996 to benefit full-time, high quality Binghamton University students.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Henry H. Bauer ScholarshipThis scholarships is awarded to a Binghamton University student from New York City whose family income is under $25,000.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Herbert Posner Scholarship in the Biological Sciences.Established by Rita Posner, this scholarship is awarded to a full-time matriculated student pursuing a degree in the biological sciences. Recipient must demonstrate financial need and exceptional academic merit by achieving a 3.5 gpa or above. Preference given to juniors or seniors. Scholarship is renewable provided the student continues to meet the criteria.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Horace and Jane Hill ScholarshipEstablished in 1995 by former Dean Linda B. Biemer in honor of the 60th Anniversary of her parents. This merit-based scholarship is awarded to a student with demonstrated financial need who is pursuing an M.A.T. in Social Studies. Dean Biemer began her career as a social studies teacher.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
IBM/Watson Fellows ScholarshipEstablished in 1985 by IBM retirees: Walter A. Harris, Gordon P. Lovell, Clarence R. Manning, Charles F. McElwain, Frank G. Paul, and J. H. (Jack) VanGorden with IBM Corporation. This scholarship is awarded to one freshman and two junior-level transfer students in the Department of Computer Science, and to one entering freshman and two junior-level transfer students in one of The Watson School engineering disciplines, selected based on academic merit. The scholarship may be renewed the following year if the student remains in Watson School of Engineering and maintains a GPA of at least 3.0.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of Watson School students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Irene S. Oppenheim/Gabriela A. Russo Memorial Italian Studies ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to a full-time female Harpur College student majoring in Italian language. The scholarship is based on academic merit and proven financial need. Students must be involved as Community Service Volunteers.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Irene S. Oppenheim/Gabriela A. Russo Memorial Judaic Studies ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to a full-time female Harpur College student majoring in Judaic Studies. The scholarship is based on academic merit and proven financial need. Students must be involved as Community Service Volunteers.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
J. Russell Thorne ScholarshipAwarded to a student who is a New York State resident and intends to enter the business community upon graduation.Application for this scholarship is available in the School of Management Advising Office. Application deadline is February 15. Review and selection made by SOM Advising. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
J. Donald Ahearn ScholarshipEstablished in 1996 by J. Donald Ahearn, this scholarship is awarded to a full-time undergraduate student enrolled in Watson School who is a Broome County resident who demonstrates both academic merit and financial need. Preference is given to a Broome Community College transfer student.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of Watson School students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Jack Kaminsky Memorial ScholarshipEstablished in 2000 to be awarded to a freshman with good academic standing with commitment to the University Community. Preference for a student with demonstrated need. Renewable contingent upon student maintaining a 3.0 GPA.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Jack Knoll Scholarship for Women in Computer Science & EngineeringEstablished in 1998 by Geraldine E. MacDonald '68, MS '73 in memory of her father, this scholarship is awarded to a senior female student enrolled in The Watson School based on academic merit. The student should plan on beginning full-time employment upon graduation. Preference is given to students with practical experience of a technical or research nature.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of Watson School students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Jack Sherman Toyota ScholarshipEstablished in 1993, provides support to Broome County high school graduates who intend to remain in the Binghamton area after graduation.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Jacob and Pearl Assael ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to a student from Long Island who has demonstrated financial need as well as demonstrated academic merit (gpa = 3.0).Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Jacob and Rose Olum Foundation ScholarshipEstablished in 1996, this scholarship is awarded to a full-time sophomore, junior, or senior who is majoring in Judaic Studies. The award is based upon academic merit and proven financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
James and Catherine O'Connor ScholarshipAwarded to a Harpur College undergraduate Spanish majors and minors with academic achievement. Graduate students studying Spanish are also eligible.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic merit. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
James and Terry Orband ScholarshipEstablished in 2004 by James '81 and Terry Orband. This scholarship will be awarded annually to an Intercollegiate Student Athlete who is enrolled in Harpur College in good academic standing.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
James and Terry Orband SOM ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to student athletes based on academic merit and proven financial need, with preference for a student enrolled in the School of Management.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
James J. Rotella ScholarshipEstablished in 2007 by James F. Rotella in memory of James "Jimmy" Rotella, this scholarship is awarded to a full-time junior-level student enrolled in the Watson School, based on academic merit and financial need. The recipient should demonstrate admirable work ethic which is a quality displayed by Mr. Rotella throughout his life. Preference is given to a Broome County resident, particularly those of Italian-American heritage.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. A review of Watson School students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
James P. and Helen T. Ernstrom ScholarshipEstablished by former president of the Binghamton University Foundation, Carl T. Ernstrom ('61) and Rita Ernstrom in honor of their parents, this scholarship is awarded to a full-time sophomore, junior, or senior in the School of Management with proven academic merit, financial need, and commitment to community service.Student must have a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file with the BU Financial Aid Services Office. An application for this scholarship is available in the School of Management Advising Office. Application deadline is February 15. Review and selection made by SOM Advising. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Jean and Frank Ferrario ScholarshipThis scholarship will be awarded annually to a registered nurse returning part-time in order to obtain either a bachelor's or master's degree in nursing. If student is enrolled in a Master's degree program, preference is given to a student studying gerontology.Student must complete Decker School of Nursing General Scholarship application by March 1. Applications are available in the Decker School Deans Office AB-108. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Jean Su and Charles M. Kim '98 ScholarshipThis scholarship was established in 2010 to provide financial support for a student of Korean descent who is enrolled full time as an undergraduate student at Binghamton University. The recipient must be a NY State resident and demonstrate financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Jean Su and Charles M. Kim '98 School of Management ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to 2 full-time School of Management freshman students entering Binghamton University, who demonstrate financial need. The scholarship will be renewable for a maximum of three additional years provided the student continues to meet the criteria and maintains an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher. Recipient must be of Asian descent with a preference for Korean American descent, and resident of NY State. Recipient must remain in SOM for the full 4 years of study.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Jean Su and Charles M. Kim '98 Virgin Island ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to a full-time freshman student from the U.S. Virgin Islands entering the School of Management at Binghamton University, based on both academic merit and demonstrated financial need. The scholarship will be renewable for a maximum of three additional years provided the student continues to meet the criteria and maintains an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher. Recipient must remain in SOM for the full 4 years of study.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Jeffrey L. '73 and Karen S. '76 Tanenbaum ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded annually to a Harpur College student with a preference for incoming freshmen with demonstrated financial need. Recipients will retain the scholarship through their senior year as long as they continue to meet the criteria and remain in good academic standing.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Jennifer '98 and Cynthia '01 Reis ScholarshipEstablished by Pamela A. Reis in honor of her two daughters this scholarship is awarded to a full time undergraduate student who is being raised by a single mother. Recipient must demonstrate academic merit and financial need. Preference for a recipient who plans to enter the fields of social work, mental health services, or sports medicine. Preference for a recipient who demonstrates a strong work ethic and maintains a job while attending college.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Jerome J. and Julia Perl and Dr. Theodore Perl Pre-Medical ScholarshipThe scholarship is awarded to an outstanding student who has completed his/her junior year of college, intends to pursue a medical degree, and has demonstrated financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. An additional scholarship application is required as well, which may be found on the web at http://www2.binghamton.edu/pre-health/scholarships.html The application deadline is typically March 1 to April 1 each year. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the next academic year.
Jill and Kevin Brenner Athletics ScholarshipEstablished in 2008, this scholarship is awarded to a student-athlete who competes on an intercollegiate varsity team, with preference for a student-athlete who actively participates in community service.Recipient is selected annually by the Athletic Department. No application is required.
Joel and Heidi Thirer Athletic ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded annually to a student who is an intercollegiate varsity athlete in good academic standing.Recipient is selected annually by the Athletic Department. No application is required.
Joel D. Robinson Memorial ScholarshipAwarded to students in good academic standing with preference to a student involved in social issues in the Broome/Tioga area.An application and three letters of reference must be submitted to Professor Gladys Jimenez-Munoz by April 15th. Application information is posted in the PipeDream, a BU student paper, in February or March. Review of applications and selection done by a committee. Awarded during the spring semester for the following academic year.
Joel Kellman '63 Family ScholarshipEstablished in 1999 this scholarship will be awarded annually to an African American student studying at Binghamton University who is in need of financial assistance. The student should show high potential which would not necessarily be reflected in a high grade point average and be motivated to excel. Recipients will be considered and selected according to these principles and the following guidelines. 1) Harpur College undergraduate, 2) African American 3) demonstrated financial need and 4) students of high potential who are highly motivated to excel.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
John and Vi Bielenberg Theatre ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to a sophomore or junior theater major demonstrating exceptional promise in scenic, costume, or lighting design. Selection made by Department of Theater with recommendation from committee.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
John M. and Marcella M. Keeler Scholarship in MusicEstablished in 1999 by John M. and Marcella M. '86 Keeler, this scholarship is awarded to a music department student, with first preference given to a student in choral conducting or voice.Application is available in the Office of the Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Music Department. The application deadline varies but is generally mid-March. Review of application and selection done by committee. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Jordan M. Greenwald Memorial ScholarshipThis scholarship was established to assist a junior or senior student of the Classics who demonstrates academic excellence in that field. It will rotate yearly between the Greek and Latin Departments. The scholarship was established in memory of Jordan M. Greenwald, an alumnus.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic merit. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Jordan Peter Hirsch Memorial ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded each year to a full time sophomore, junior or senior with a cumulative gpa of 3.0 or above. Preference is for a student with demonstrated financial need who is majoring in Biological Sciences, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Geological Sciences, Environmental Studies, or who has expressed an interest in the study of science. Student must be a non-smoker.An application must be submitted, which can be found at http://www2.binghamton.edu/financial-aid/pdf/hirsch-scholarship.pdf or obtained from the Financial Aid Office. Application deadline is April 19th. Because demonstrated financial need is required the applicant must also have a valid Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file by the application deadline. Recipients are chosen in the Spring for the following academic year.
Joseph '82 and Sharon Yacura and Family MBA ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to a first-year graduate student enrolled in the School of Management at Binghamton University. The recipient will retain the scholarship for both years of graduate study, but must maintain a GPA of 3.2 or higher. Eligible candidates must have graduated from a high school located in Broome, Chemung, Schuyler, or Seneca counties.Application information available in the Assistant Director's Office in the School of Management. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Joseph '82 and Sharon Yacura Graduate ScholarshipEstablished in 2007, this scholarship provides need-based funding to a first-year graduate student enrolled in School of Management. The recipient will retain the scholarship for both years of graduate study, but must maintain a GPA of 3.2. Eligible candidates must have graduated from a high school located in Broome, Chemung, Schuyler, or Seneca counties.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Joseph I. Muscatine ScholarshipEstablished in 1986 by Dr. David M. ('76) and Naomi Bloom in memory of her father, this scholarship is awarded to a US citizen who is a full-time undergraduate with a demonstrated record of high achievement and proven financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Joseph J. Robilotto Men's Basketball ScholarshipEstablished by a former basketball player and member of the class of 1995, this scholarship is awarded annually to a member of the men's varsity basketball team.Selection of applicant is done by the Department of Athletics in May. No formal application or inquiry required. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Joseph L. Cohen Jr. '90 Memorial ScholarshipEstablished by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Cohen and the Binghamton Crosbys. The scholarship is awarded to a full-time junior or senior who is involved in the arts and who shows a commitment to community service. The award is based upon academic merit with preference given to students with financial need.Student must have a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file with the BU Financial Aid Services Office. A separate application must also be submitted, via http://www2.binghamton.edu/financial-aid/types-of-aid/scholarships/community-service-scholarships.html Application deadline is early April for the following academic year. Review and selection of recipient is done by committee.
Judith and Seymour Ehrenberg Endowed ScholarshipThe scholarship was established in 1998 by Ronald G. ('66) and Randy A. ('67) Ehrenberg in honor of their parents. First preference will be given to a Harpur College undergraduate student.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Karen M. Bromley and Robert Bromley Literacy ScholarshipEstablished in 2005 by Karen M. and Robert G. Bromley, this scholarship is awarded annually to a student pursuing a Master's Degree in Literacy. Recipients must be full-time matriculated students with a cumulative gpa of 3.0 or higher and must demonstrate commitment to literacy evidenced in a two to three page statement at the time of application.Contact the Graduate School of Education for further information and application procedure.
Kathleen Lotito Nursing ScholarshipAwarded to a matriculated, full-time, undergraduate Decker School of Nursing student, with financial need, who demonstrates interest in serving in undeserved areas of nursing.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. Student must also complete a Decker School of Nursing General Scholarship application by March 1. Applications are available in the Decker School Deans Office AB-108. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Klir Scholarship for Graduate Excellence in Systems ScienceEstablished in 2008 by Hugo Uyttenhove MS '5, PhD '79 and Kris Conrad, alumni, and friends, in honor of Distinguished Professor George J. Klir. This scholarship is awarded to a graduate-level student who is pursuing a master's or doctorate degree in systems science in the Watson School, based on merit, with a preference for financial need.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of Watson School graduate students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Knaphle Scholarship in International BusinessEstablished in 2000 by Mr. Lawrence C. Knaphle and Mrs. Betty Knaphle, to benefit graduate students in the School of Management studying International Business. Must be full-time with academic merit. International students are eligible.Application information available in the MS/MBA program Assistant Director's Office in the School of Management.
KPMG/Amy M. (Weiner) Krisburg '90 Memorial ScholarshipEstablished by KPMG LLP, family, friends, and colleagues in honor of Amy M. (Weiner) Krisburg '90. This scholarship is awarded to a School of Management accounting major in their junior year based on academic merit, leadership abilities, and service to the community. The recipient will retain the scholarship for two years of study provided they maintain an overall GPA of 3.5 or higher.Application for this scholarship is available in the School of Management Advising Office. Application deadline is February 15. Review and selection made by SOM Advising. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Kreinik Family School of Management Student Athlete ScholarshipEstablished in 2001 by Steven B. Kreinik '97, this scholarship is awarded to a SOM student majoring in Accounting, based on academic merit. Recipient must be an athlete in one of the Division I athletic programs.Recipient is selected annually by the Athletic Department. No application is required.
Kunis Scholarship for Watson School Student ExcellenceEstablished in 2000 by Gary Kunis '73, this scholarship is awarded to one entering freshman in the Department of Computer Science and one freshman entering one of the Watson School engineering disciplines, based on academic merit. Recipients will retain the scholarship for four years if they maintain a 3.0 gpa and remain in the stated majors.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of Watson School students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Lady Colonials Women's Basketball Team ScholarshipEstablished in 2011 by Cathleen M. Ellsworth, this scholarship is awarded annually to a member of the Lady Colonials Women's Basketball Team who is in good academic standing and who demonstrates strong team spirit and pride.Recipient is selected annually by the Athletic Department. No application is required.
Larry Kressel '66 'Stepping on the Coat' Memorial ScholarshipEstablished by classmates and family members in memory of Larry Kressel '66, who began the "Stepping on the Coat" ritual at Binghamton University and who demonstrated a life-long commitment to social service. The scholarship is awarded annually to a Harpur College student with first preference given to a student who demonstrates a commitment to social service.An application must be submitted, via http://www2.binghamton.edu/financial-aid/types-of-aid/scholarships/community-service-scholarships.html Application deadline is early April for the following academic year. Review and selection of recipient is done by committee.
Lawrence and Rita Davis Pre-Dental ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to a full-time Harpur College senior with a pre-dental major showing academic merit with a GPA of 2.9 or above, with a preference for financial need and a continued commitment to community service. First preference is given to a student who is a local resident and currently employed part-time to assist with his/her educational expenses.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. An additional scholarship application is required as well, which may be found on the web at http://www2.binghamton.edu/pre-health/scholarships.html The application deadline is typically March 1 to April 1 each year. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the next academic year.
Lawrence G. and Laura S. Clayton ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to a full-time matriculated undergraduate student who demonstrates both academic merit (gpa = 3.0) and proven financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Lawrence I. Wilkins ScholarshipAwarded to a Harpur student majoring in math with academic excellence.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic merit. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Lee and Yum Foundation Undergraduate ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded annually to a registered BU student in the Decker School of Nursing. The recipient must demonstrate financial need and be a graduate of a Broome County high school, or adjacent counties.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. Student must also complete a Decker School of Nursing General Scholarship application by March 1. Applications are available in the Decker School Deans Office AB-108. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Leon J. Goldstein ScholarshipEstablished in 2006 by Helene Levy Schultz ('81, '83) and David A. Schultz ('80, '86) this scholarship is to be awarded to a graduate student studying philosophy in good academic standing and with demonstrated financial need. The scholarship will be retained until the recipient attains their degree. If no qualified graduate student is found the scholarship may be awarded to a philosophy undergraduate meeting the criteria. If no philosophy undergraduate is found, the scholarship may then be awarded to any BU student. Once awarded, the scholarship will be retained until completion of that degree.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Leona S. Hine ScholarshipPreference given to a freshman with a minimum gpa of 3.0 with a demonstrated Parental Adjusted Gross Income of $40,000 to $60,000 per year with limited assets.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Leopold Eckler ScholarshipEstablished under the Will of Leopold Eckler, a distinguished Binghamton citizen, businessman and philanthropist. These scholarships are awarded to financially needy students in good academic standing, with preference given to Broome County residents.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Lester Casper Nursing ScholarshipEstablished by Jeffrey L.'73 and Karen S.'76 Tanenbaum in memory of Karen's father Lester Casper. The scholarship is awarded annually to a Decker School of Nursing student. Preference will be given to incoming freshmen with demonstrated financial need. Recipients will retain the scholarship through their senior year as long as they continue to meet the criteria and remain in good academic standing.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. Student must also complete a Decker School of Nursing General Scholarship application by March 1. Applications are available in the Decker School Deans Office AB-108. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Levene, Gouldin & Thompson Athletic ScholarshipEstablished in 2003 by Levene, Gouldin, and Thompson LLP. This scholarship is awarded annually to a deserving varsity student-athlete. First preference is for an eligible student-athlete who has a cumulative GPA of 3.25 or higher, has an interest in working in the Law profession, and who lives in New York State. If no student-athlete fits the above description, then it will be awarded to an eligible student-athlete in good academic standing who is in Harpur College and who lives in New York State.Selection of applicant is done by the Department of Athletics in May. No formal application or inquiry required. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Link Organ ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to students selected by the Binghamton University Music Department.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Lipkin ScholarshipAwarded to a School of Management junior with a GPA of 3.5 or higher, who demonstrates proven financial need. The recipient must be involved with university activities. The recipient will retain the scholarship the following year as long as the above-stated criteria are still met.Student must have a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file with the BU Financial Aid Office. Application for this scholarship is available in the School of Management Advising Office. Application deadline is February 15. Review and selection made by SOM Advising. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Lockheed Martin ScholarshipEstablished in 2007 by Lockheed Martin Mission Systems & Sensors, Owego NY, these scholarships are awarded to the top five junior-level Watson School students (based on class rank) in each of four majors: Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. This scholarship is restricted to U.S. citizens.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of Watson School students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Lois B. DeFleur Scholarship for Excellence in LeadershipThis scholarship is awarded to a student in good academic standing with proven financial need, who has demonstrated strong leadership abilities for the advancement and enhancement of Binghamton University. These abilities may be demonstrated by having participated in a leadership capacity in student activities on campus, or, in the event the proposed recipient is an incoming freshman to the University, by having held leadership positions in appropriate activities while in high school.Student must have a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file with the BU Financial Aid Services Office. A separate application must also be submitted, via http://www2.binghamton.edu/financial-aid/types-of-aid/scholarships/community-service-scholarships.html Application deadline is early April for the following academic year. Review and selection of recipient is done by committee.
Louis Magnotta Scholarship for Italian StudiesEstablished in 1996 by a retired employee of the Physical Facilities Department and is awarded annually with preference given to a student involved in Italian Studies, based on academic merit and financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Lyceum ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded each year to a student with a minimum GPA of 3.0 who demonstrates proven financial need, and who is in either the College of Community & Public Affairs, Decker School of Nursing, or the School of Education.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Lyle and Dorothy Feisel Scholarship for ExcellenceEstablished in 2001 by friends and colleagues to honor Lyle D. Feisel upon his retirement as the founding dean of Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science. This scholarship is awarded to undergraduate students in The Watson School with academic merit and financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of Watson School students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Majorie B. Turnbull Spanish Language and Culture ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to qualified students accepted into the Study Abroad Program. Recipients will be selected based on appropriate Spanish language proficiency and interest in studying Spanish language and/or culture.Application is available in the Office of International Programs. The application deadline for summer and fall study abroad is March 15 and October 15 for spring study abroad. Review of application and selection is done by committee.
Marian Jean Giusto ScholarshipEstablished in 2001 by the Estate of Anthony Giusto, this scholarship will be awarded to a Binghamton University Student studying anthropology. Preference to be given to a student from Connecticut studying anthropology.Application is available in the Binghamton Foundation Office or the Graduate Office. Application deadline is May 1st. Review of applications and selection done by the Department of Anthropology. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Marilyn C. Link Endowed Scholarship for Women in FinanceEstablished by Marilyn C. Link, former Vice President, Trustee, and Director of the Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution, this scholarship is awarded to a female matriculated School of Management student, with first priority to a female undergraduate student studying finance. Female graduate students studying finance are eligible.Application for this scholarship is available in the School of Management Advising Office. Application deadline is February 15. Review and selection made by SOM Advising. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Mark A. Zurack '78 ScholarshipEstablished in 1997 by alumnus Mark A. Zurack '78, this scholarship is given annually to a student with proven financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Mark and Ann O'Neil ScholarshipEstablished to benefit financially needy Decker School of Nursing graduate students. Recipients must be matriculated full- or part-time master's degree students. Preference is given to students pursuing a specialty in primary care or gerontology who have an interest in serving community-based elder care or rural elder patients. An overall GPA of 3.0 or higher must be maintained.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. Student must also complete a Decker School of Nursing General Scholarship application by March 1. Applications are available in the Decker School Deans Office AB-108. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Mark S. Newman '71 ScholarshipAwarded to a full-time Harpur undergraduate who obtained 1400+ points on the SAT exam, and exhibits overall superior academic merit. It is renewable for up to four years of undergraduate work.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Martin F. Triano '76 ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to a Binghamton University student from California with merit and need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Mary Ann Stamato ScholarshipEstablished by Dr. and Mrs. Nicholas Stamato, this scholarship is awarded to a full-time Harpur College student with academic merit as proven by a GPA of 3.0 or greater, who exhibits financial need. First preference is given to students from single parent families.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Matthew Goldstein Memorial ScholarshipEstablished in 2007 by Ms. Loretta Goldstein to support Binghamton University Anthropology student(s). The scholarship will be awarded annually to an outstanding anthropology student(s), preferably demonstrating need and merit.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Maureen C. White Adult Learner ScholarshipEstablished in 1990 in honor of Maureen Natelli, a long-time proponent and champion of adult and continuing education, this scholarship is awarded to adult learners, with demonstrated financial need, registered in College of Community and Public Affairs credit or non-credit programs.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. An additional application for this scholarship is available on the College of Community and Public Affairs website, which can be linked to through the Binghamton University homepage. The review and selection of the recipient is done by faculty in the College of Community and Public Affairs, and awards are made during the spring semester for the following academic year.
Maurice Bishop Memorial ScholarshipEstablished in 2001, by the Caribbean Student Association of Binghamton University to honor the philosophy, devotion to human rights, and perseverance of Maurice Bishop. Preference is given to a student of Caribbean descent.Application is available in the Caribbean Student Association in the New University Union. Check with Caribbean Student Association for application deadline. Review of application and selection is done by a committee. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
McFarland Johnson Scholarship for Mechanical EngineersEstablished in 2007 by McFarland Johnson Inc., this scholarship is awarded to two senior-level students who are mechanical engineering majors in the Watson School. Preference will be given to students demonstrating extra service to the school, university, community, or profession of engineering.No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of Watson School students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Melvyn H. Novegrod Memorial ScholarshipEstablished in 2013, this scholarship is awarded annually to a full-time junior enrolled in a pre-med course of study who demonstrates academic merit, with a preference for demonstrated financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Mian Scholarship in MathematicsEstablished in 2013, this scholarship is awarded annually to a student enrolled in Mathematical Sciences, who demonstrates academic merit.No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Michael and Lauren Brown Family Scholarship in Honor of Professor Paul SmithEstablished in 2013, this scholarship is awarded to a junior- or senior- level student majoring in Political Science maintaining a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, with preference for demonstrated financial need.Students should have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Michael Sudnow '93 and Risa Cohen Sudnow '91 ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded on a yearly basis and alternates between Harpur College and School of Management students. Selection is made based on academic merit and proven financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Michael V. Boyd '79, MA '87 Memorial ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to a full-time junior or senior who does volunteer work and who also demonstrates proven financial need and academic merit. Preference is given to a student from African/Latino descent.Student must have a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file with BU Financial Aid Services. Applications available at the following link http://www2.binghamton.edu/financial-aid/pdf/boyd-scholarship.pdf or in both the EOP Office and Financial Aid Services. Selection is made by committee. Recipients are chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Mildred Faulkner Truman Foundation ScholarshipAwarded to Tioga county residents attending Binghamton University, and it is based on financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Miller S. and Adelaide S. Gaffney ScholarshipEstablished in 1989 by Miller S. Gaffney, this fund provides scholarships to residents of Broome and contiguous counties with a preference for, but not limited to, Harpur College students. Based on merit and financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Minority Scholarship FundProvides financial assistance to attract and retain undergraduate students who have demonstrated high academic achievement, who have proven financial need, and who are from under-represented populations (African American, Asian-American, Latino-American, or Native American).Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Morris Gitlitz Memorial ScholarshipEstablished by family and friends of Morris Gitlitz, provides merit scholarships to outstanding entering freshmen who have exhibited in high school the broad range of interests and extracurricular involvement that characterized Mr. Gitlitz during his lifetime. Recipients retain the scholarship for up to four undergraduate years at Binghamton University.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Neil and Emily Rose ScholarshipAwarded to an Intercollegiate Student Athlete with first preference given to eligible members of the men's basketball or golf teams.Selection of applicant is done by the Department of Athletics in May. No formal application or inquiry required. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Nesar Ahmad Memorial Scholarship FundThis scholarship will be awarded annually in memory of Nesar Ahmad, to fund a Binghamton University PhD student who uses world-system analysis in their study of the Middle East and Southeast Asia. A preference will be given to students at the Fernand Braudel Center. Recipients must have a gpa of 3.0 or higher.http://www2.binghamton.edu/fbc/Application%20announcement20121129final.pdf
Niermeyer Foundation Scholarship for African-American or Asian-American StudentsEstablished in 1995, provides assistance to full-time, undergraduate African-American and Asian-American students who are in good academic standing with proven financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Norah B. Harcave ScholarshipEstablished in 1997 by Professor Emeritus Sidney S. Harcave in memory of his wife. The scholarship is awarded to a full-time Harpur College junior majoring in History and is awarded based on academic excellence.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic merit. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Olive B. and A. Lindsay O'Connor Foundation ScholarshipEstablished in 1997, this scholarship is awarded to a full-time Harpur College undergraduate (freshman preference) with academic merit and proven financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Orthopedic Associates of 65 Pennsylvania Avenue ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to a full-time matriculated undergraduate with interest in pursuing a career in medicine, sports medicine, athletic training, physical therapy, or a related health care profession. Awarded to a student involved in the student-trainers program for at least one year. Preference will be given to a student who has achieved a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 for at least four semesters.Recommendations made by faculty and staff of the Athletics Department. No formal application or inquiry needed to be considered. Review and selection done by committee. Awarded during the spring semester for the following academic year.
Parris Student Support STEM ScholarshipEstablished in 2004 by Tonya Parris '92 and The Parris Foundation. The donor's intention is that this scholarship will eliminate the student's need to participate in the Federal Work Study program thus providing more time to participate in the college experience. The scholarship is awarded to a sophomore or junior with demonstrated financial need, eligibility for the federal work study program and a minimum 2.8 GPA. First preference is for an African-American student pursuing an engineering or computer science major. Second preference is for an African-American or Hispanic-American student in the EOP program who is transferring into the Watson School or pursuing mathematics or science in Harpur College. Third preference is for a student in the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) program.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Patricia A. Bartel '63 ScholarshipEstablished in 2000 by Mr. Richard C. Bartel for a freshman with promise and academic achievement. The student will retain the scholarship for four years as long as he/she continues to meet all criteria. Preference for a non-smoker.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Patricia Wallace Ingraham, MA '78, PhD '79 Doctoral ScholarshipEstablished to honor the retirement of Patricia Wallace Ingraham, MA '78, PhD '79, dean of CCPA, this scholarship is awarded to a CCPA doctoral student, preferably female, who possesses superior integrity and character, as well as demonstrated personal and academic excellence.To be determined (4/3/2014)--More information will be posted once an application process is known.
Patti and Frank Penski ScholarshipEstablished in 2013, this scholarship is awarded to a full-time incoming freshman who demonstrates academic merit. This scholarship is renewable for a maximum of 3 additional years, provided the recipient continues to meet the criteria and maintains a GPA of 3.5 or above.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, during the Admissions process. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Paul A. and Joyce K. L. Smith Memorial ScholarshipEstablished in2003 by Helene Levy Schultz '81, '83 and David A. Schultz '80, '86. This scholarship will be awarded to a freshman who is a political science major in good academic standing with commitment to the University Community. Preference will be given to a student with demonstrated financial need. The scholarship will be retained for four years if the student continues to meet the scholarship criteria.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Paul F. Gorman '73 Memorial ScholarshipEstablished in 1999 by an anonymous alumna to honor the extraordinary life of Paul F. Gorman '73. The scholarship is awarded annually to a full-time Harpur College undergraduate student with a declared major in geography and a GPA of 2.8 or higher.Applications are available in the main office of the Department of Geography. The application is also available on the Geography website, which can be linked to through the Binghamton web page. Application deadline is March 31. Review of applicants and selection made by a committee. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Paul Family ScholarshipEstablished in 2005 by Dorothy Jones to benefit the students of Harpur College Arts & Sciences. The Paul recipient will be considered and selected according to these principles and the following guidelines: Full-time Harpur College undergraduate with senior status. In alternating years the scholarship will be awarded to an incoming senior with a declared major in science or mathematics (Fall of odd-numbered years) and then to an incoming senior with a declared major in the humanities (Fall of even-numbered years). Academic excellence, GPA 3.4 or higher. If more than one student meets the academic excellence criterion, award will go to the student with the greatest financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Paul J. Battaglia '00 Memorial ScholarshipAwarded to an School of Management student active in the campus, both with Student Association chartered groups and with campus life in general.Application for this scholarship is available in the School of Management Advising Office. Application deadline is February 15. Review and selection made by SOM Advising. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Paul R. Ewald '72, '76 Memorial ScholarshipEstablished in 1997, this scholarship is awarded to a junior or senior Harpur College student majoring in German Language who demonstrates an aptitude and interest in the study of Germanic linguistics, especially Germanic and Indo-European historical linguistics. First preference will be given to a student with proven financial need. The scholarship will be used for study abroad funding.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Paula S. Kramer Weiss '79 Student Opportunity ScholarshipEstablished by Lee Perlman '80 and Linda Riefberg '81. This scholarship aids a full-time student who has experienced an extraordinary personal hardship such as the recent loss of a parent, or who is from a single parent family for whom a scholarship could make a difference in their staying in school.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Pauline R. Parker Trust ScholarshipAwarded to a full-time Broome County High School graduate with academic merit and financial need. Preference given to a student under the age of 25 years. Amount of award not to exceed $2500 per student.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Peter Gordan Memorial ScholarshipEstablished in 1991 by the late Anne Gordan in tribute to her husband, who was a prominent local banker and who served as the first chair of the Binghamton University Foundation. The scholarship is awarded to a junior in the School of Management who has demonstrated leadership and financial need.Student must have a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file with the BU Financial Aid Services Office. Application for this scholarship is available in the School of Management Advising Office. Application deadline is February 15. Review and selection made by SOM Advising. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Peter P. Zayac, Jr. Memorial ScholarshipEstablished in 1993 by family and friends to honor the memory of Peter P. Zayac, Jr. The scholarship is awarded to a full-time sophomore, junior, or senior, and is based upon academic merit with preference given to students with financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Phi Theta Kappa ScholarshipAwarded only during the admissions process to a transfer student who is a current member of Phi Theta Kappa at their previous college. LIMITED FUNDING IS AVAILABLE THEREFORE AN APPLICATION IS REQUIRED.This scholarship is awarded during the process of transfer admission to Binghamton University, and an application must be submitted to the Undergraduate Admissions Office in order to be considered. LIMITED FUNDING IS AVAILABLE. Application and deadline information can be obtained through the Undergraduate Admissions website at a href="http://admissions.binghamton.edu/PhiThetaKappa.pdf"Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship Application/a
Phyllis J. and Morris Cohen ScholarshipAwarded to a student who lives outside commuting distance from Binghamton University, and who demonstrates financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
PJ and Palmina Casella ScholarshipAwarded to a Broome County resident who is enrolled in the School of Management and who demonstrates academic promise and financial need.Student must have a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file with the BU Financial Aid Services Office. Application for this scholarship is available in the School of Management Advising Office. Application deadline is February 15. Review and selection made by SOM Advising. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Presidential Scholarship for Community InvolvementEstablished in 1995 by Shari Lawrence Pfleeger '70 and Charles P. Pfleeger to encourage students to enjoy a liberal arts education and to raise student awareness of the importance of community service. The Pfleegers encourage the recipient to perform a significant amount of community service, either through employment or as a volunteer upon completion of their undergraduate work. Recipients must be full-time undergraduate students enrolled in Harpur College, who demonstrate both academic excellence and proven financial need. First preference is given to Binghamton University Presidential Scholars.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Press-Paperin Family Endowed ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to a full-time student with a GPA of 2.5 or higher who has proven financial need, with preference for veterans or the children of veterans.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in June for the following academic year.
Professor Janet Brady Memorial ScholarshipEndowed by colleagues, friends, and family, this scholarship honors the many outstanding contributions to the Music Dept made by Janet Ruth Brady, Professor of Violin at Binghamton University 1981-2000. The recipient must be involved actively in the Orchestral String program during the entire academic year he/she receives the Brady Scholarship. Active involvement includes orchestral participation, studio lessons, and chamber music. The recipient is expected to maintain a GPA of 3.0 or greater and to maintain a standard of musical and personal excellence which will serve as an inspiration and model for his/her fellow students.Application is available in the Office of the Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Music Department. The application deadline varies but is generally mid-March. Review of application and selection done by committee. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Reeves-Ellington International Studies ScholarshipEstablished in 1997 by Barbara and Richard Reeves-Ellington. This scholarship is awarded to a full-time female student in the School of Management, with first preference to a student with interest in international business. The student should display academic merit. Consideration may be given to international students.Application for this scholarship is available in the School of Management Advising Office. Application deadline is February 15. Review and selection made by SOM Advising.
Reeves-Ellington Study Abroad ScholarshipEstablished in 1998 by Barbara and Richard Reeves-Ellington, this scholarship is awarded to students studying abroad through Binghamton University, based on academic merit.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need.
Richard and Marianne Matties ScholarshipThis scholarships is awarded annually to an Intercollegiate Student-Athlete, with first preference to a biology major and second preference to a science major, who is in good academic standing.Selection is made by the Athletic Department and no application or other documentation is required. Selection is made in the Spring for the following academic year.
Rigo Mignani Memorial Scholarship in ItalianAwarded to a junior or senior Italian major. Must have minimum 3.3 GPA. May be used for travel to Italy.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Rigo Mignani Memorial Scholarship in SpanishThis scholarship is awarded to a junior or senior Spanish major with a minimum 3.3 GPA to Spain.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Robert Mancini '80 Scholarship for Community ServiceThis scholarship was established to encourage students to develop a sense of responsibility towards those in society who are less fortunate and to perpetuate this philosophy throughout life. The scholarship is awarded to students who have demonstrated a commitment to helping the underprivileged or indigent, preferably in Binghamton and surrounding communities, particularly those who are homeless or suffer from hunger or lack of medical care or who have other symptoms of poverty.An application must be submitted, via http://www2.binghamton.edu/financial-aid/types-of-aid/scholarships/community-service-scholarships.html Application deadline is early April for the following academic year. Review and selection of recipient is done by committee.
Roger L. and Mary F. Kresge CCPA ScholarshipEstablished in 1999, this scholarship provides financial assistance to Broome County residents that are part- or full-time undergraduate students in the College of Community and Public Affairs with good academic standing, financial need, and who are seeking a degree in studies affecting children and young adults.Student must have a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file with the BU Financial Aid Services Office. Student must make a formal application by April 15. The application is available on the College of Community and Public Affairs website, which can be linked to through the Binghamton University homepage. The review and selection of the recipient is done by faculty in College of Community and Public Affairs. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Roger L. and Mary F. Kresge ScholarshipAwarded to financially deserving full or part-time/matriculated students who demonstrate strong academic promise or performance and are residents of Broome County.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Ronald and Adrienne Deutsch ScholarshipThe scholarship is awarded to undergraduate who had placed in the top 25% of their graduating high school class. The recipient will retain the scholarship for four year of study contingent upon them maintaining a 3.2 their freshman and sophomore years and 3.3 in their junior and senior year. Preference will be given to graduates of Horace Greely High School in Chappaqua, NY and is open to applicants pursuing any major within Binghamton University.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Ronald Glazer ScholarshipEstablished on behalf of Stanley J. '64 and Susan M. '65 Reifer for the benefit of a full-time Harpur College undergraduate student.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Rose Ann Lyons Memorial ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to an incoming Binghamton University School of Management student transferring from a community college with a GPA of 3.5 or higher. Recipient must demonstrate financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Rose Klucka Memorial Nursing ScholarshipEstablished in 2012 by family and friends in memory of Rose Klucka, this scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate Nursing student who demonstrates academic merit, with preference for a recipient interested in pediatrics.Student must complete Decker School of Nursing General Scholarship application by March 1. Applications are available in the Decker School Deans Office AB-108. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Ryan Russell Memorial Scholarship in Finance or MISThis scholarship was established in memory of Ryan Russell and will be awarded annually to an outstanding School of Management senior studying Finance or MIS.Application for this scholarship is available in the School of Management Advising Office. Application deadline is February 15. Review and selection made by SOM Advising. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
S. Stewart and Barbara Baker Gordon Memorial ScholarshipEstablished in 2001 by Mrs. Barbara B. Gordon in honor of her husband, S. Stewart Gordon. This scholarship is awarded to a Harpur College student with academic merit and financial need. Preference is for a graduate student in the English Department.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Sally and Irving Bolotsky Memorial ScholarshipThis scholarship was established in 1996 by David A. Bolotsky '85. The Scholarship is awarded to a financially needy Harpur College student with a GPA of 3.5 in the previous two semesters (freshmen could be eligible in the second semester of their first year). If GPA is maintained, the scholarship is renewable for a maximum of three grants.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Salvatore P. Caruana ScholarshipEstablished in 1987 by Salvatore P. Caruana '73. This scholarship will be awarded to an undergraduate student majoring in History who shows superior academic merit by achieving GPA of 3.5 or higher. Recipient must also demonstrate proven financial need and a commitment to community or university service. To ensure the recipient has a 3.5 GPA selection is made in the spring after semester grades are posted.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Samuel and Rae Eckman ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to a student enrolled in the School of Management who demonstrates both academic promise and financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Samuel Reiser Scholarship EndowmentEstablished by actor Paul Reiser ('77), this scholarship is awarded to a full-time Department of Music sophomore, junior or senior based upon academic merit and proven financial need. First preference is given to a student majoring in piano/composition.Student must have a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file with the BU Financial Aid Services Office. Application is available in the Office of the Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Music Department. The application deadline varies but is generally mid-March. Review of application and selection done by committee. Awarded during the spring semester for the following academic year.
Sarkisian Brothers ScholarshipAwarded to a full-time Harpur College undergraduate student who is in good academic standing and demonstrates strong financial need. The student must reside in Broome, Chenango, Tioga or Delaware counties.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Scholarship for Children of Employees Serving in the Physical Facilities DepartmentThe "Child of an Employee of the BU Physical Plant Scholarship Fund" was established in 1990, this scholarship is awarded to children of Physical Facilities permanent appointment employees. Students must be enrolled full-time in either an undergraduate or graduate degree program and must demonstrate financial need as defined by filing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid..Student must have a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file with the BU Financial Aid Services Office. A mailing is sent to all employees of the Physical Plant specifying application criteria. Review and selection is done by committee. Recipient is chosen in the spring semester for the following academic year.
School of Management 25th Anniversary ScholarshipEstablished by alumni and friends of the School of Management, this scholarship is awarded to a full-time junior student with good academic standing demonstrating leadership and contribution to the University and the School.Application for this scholarship is available in the School of Management Advising Office. Application deadline is February 15. Review and selection made by SOM Advising. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Schorr Family ScholarshipEstablished in 1995, this scholarship provides full in-state tuition to a full-time undergraduate student who demonstrates great promise and potential in academic and/or non-academic pursuits. Recipient must have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher and demonstrate substantial financial need. The scholarship will be renewed two additional years as long as the recipient continues to meet the stated criteria.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Senior Challenge ScholarshipEstablished by the Class of 1993 with student and parent donations as part of the Senior Class gift. The scholarship, which continues to be funded by succeeding senior classes, is awarded to a deserving student in good academic standing who has achieved excellence in all areas of University life.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Sharon S. Brehm Scholarship for Excellence in the Arts and SciencesThis scholarship was established in 1995 by Dean Sharon S. Brehm and is awarded to a full-time Harpur College senior who has a gpa of 3.5 or higher, enrolled in a double major or minor or independent study in an area substantially different from major, who demonstrates financial need.SStudent must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Shaw-Margolius ScholarshipThis scholarship is to be awarded to a U.S. citizen enrolled as a student at Binghamton University and who maintains a GPA of 3.0 or higher.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Sheila Jeanne Attleson Nursing ScholarshipEstablished in 2013, this scholarship is awarded to a Decker School of Nursing student enrolled in a Master's degree program who demonstrates academic merit, with preference for a part-time student who is working as a nurse while completing their Master's degree. Preference is also for a student studying geriatrics.Student must complete a Decker School of Nursing General Scholarship application by March 1. Applications are available in the Decker School Deans Office AB-108. Recipients will be chosen in the Spring for the following academic year.
Silverstein-Balitsky Family ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded with a preference for students who have transferred from a 4-yr college after no more than 2-yrs at their previous college, whose academic work shows improvement. Scholarship is renewable to the senior year if continued improvement is documented by maintenance of a GPA equal to 3.0 or higher.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Skip '90 and Rose Curth ScholarshipAwarded annually to a SOM athlete who will have the opportunity to retain the scholarship for his or her four years of undergraduate studies. First preference shall be given to a soccer player who has been accepted to SOM. Second preference shall be given to any SOM student athlete.Selection is made by the Athletic Department and no application or other documentation is required. Selection is made in the Spring for the following academic year.
Sloan Family ScholarshipThe scholarship will be awarded to an incoming freshman, who will retain it for sophomore year (two years maximum) as long as they continue to meet the selection criteria and achieve a minimum 3.0 GPA at end of first year. The recipient must demonstrate both academic merit and financial need, and the scholarship will alternate every two years between a male and female. Recipient must have graduated from one of the following high schools: Mt. Vernon HS, Nellie A. Thornton HS, Nelson Mandela HS or Yonkers School District: Yonkers Montessori Academy, Early College HS, Gorton HS (9-12), Lincoln HS (9-12), Palisade Prep School (7-12), Riverside HS (9-12), Roosevelt HS (12), Saunders Trades & Tech HS (9-12), Yonkers Middle/HS (7-12).Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Solomon Israel and Adele Israel Zales Theatre Arts ScholarshipAwarded to a theater major from Metropolitan New York area with a preference to students from New York City with Financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Sophie Kradjian Memorial ScholarshipEstablished by Ara Kradjian in memory of his wife, Sophie, is awarded to a student who has completed the second year of undergraduate education, majoring in French, with a strong concentration in literature, especially as preparation for graduate study in French literature. Selection of the recipients will be based on merit and financial need. An additional scholarship will be awarded to Italian majors when funding is available.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Southern Tier ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to students who are residents of Tioga or Chenango Counties in New York or Susquehanna County in Pennsylvania, based on both academic merit and financial need. The scholarship is renewable for up to three more years of undergraduate work, as long as the recipient maintains at least a 3.0 GPA and continues to meet the original criteria.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Stantec Scholarship for Watson School StudentsEstablished in 2013, this scholarship is awarded each year to a student enrolled in the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science based on proven academic merit, with a preference for demonstrated financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Stefan Allan Zweig Memorial ScholarshipAwarded to a male Caucasian student working in urban planning and development or a related field.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Stephen P. Erber Wrestling ScholarshipEstablished by wrestling alumni in honor of the founder and long-time coach of the Binghamton Wrestling program. Preference will be given to a student who participates in intercollegiate athletics of the men's wrestling team and meets all the rules and regulations of the National Collegiate Athletic Association and other governing conferences or affiliations regarding eligibility and awarding of athletics grants-in-aid.Selection of applicant is done by the Department of Athletics in May. No formal application or inquiry required. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Stephen Scherr and Susan Wallerstein Scherr '86 Goldman Sachs Scholars FundEstablished in 2013, this scholarship is awarded annually to a full-time undergraduate student with academic merit and demonstrated financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Swimming & Diving Alumni ScholarshipThe scholarship will be awarded annually to one member each of the Men's Swimming and Diving Team and the Women's Swimming and Diving Team, who are in good academic standing.Recipients are selected annually by the Athletic Department. No application is required.
TAU Alumni Society Athletic ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded annually to an intercollegiate student-athlete.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic merit. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Terence 'Tex' Haran '90 Memorial TAU ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to a full-time male student in his junior or senior year. Preference will be given to individuals who demonstrate a commitment to community service and involvement in one or more of the following: social activities, student life, clubs, sports teams, or academic clubs. Preference will be given to well-rounded students who demonstrate a high level of motivation and perseverance as they work toward obtaining significant personal, community, and educational goals.An application must be submitted, via http://www2.binghamton.edu/financial-aid/types-of-aid/scholarships/community-service-scholarships.html Application deadline is early April for the following academic year. Review and selection of recipient is done by committee.
Theodore (Ted) A. Resnick '89 ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to a Harpur College student majoring in English with financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Theodore W. 'Ted' Rector ScholarshipEstblished in 2005, this scholarship is awarded to College of Community and Public Affairs students who are studying or planning a career in Criminal Justice, Leadership, Student Affairs, or Higher Education. This scholarship will rotate annually among 1) Human Development 2) Education 3) Human Development graduate student 4) Social Work graduate student. Recipients must be matriculated, full or part- time (enrolled at least 4 credits or more), maintain a GPA of 3.0 or greater and exhibit financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. An additional application for this scholarship is available on the College of Community and Public Affairs website, which can be linked to through the Binghamton University homepage. The review and selection of the recipient is done by faculty in the College of Community and Public Affairs, and awards are made during the spring semester for the following academic year.
Thomas C. '61 and Beverly Adler '78 Brown ScholarshipEstablished in 1996, this scholarship is awarded to a full-time Harpur College student interested in a career in health care. Consideration is also given to a student with proven interest in athletics. The award is based upon academic merit and proven financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. An additional scholarship application is required as well, which may be found on the web at http://www2.binghamton.edu/pre-health/scholarships.html The application deadline is typically March 1 to April 1 each year. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the next academic year.
Thomas L. Carrigg '64 ScholarshipAwarded to a full-time undergraduate student with academic merit and proven financial need. First preference is given to a Binghamton High School student with second preference given to another local area high school student. This scholarship was established by James A. and Loretta Carrigg in memory of Mr. Carrigg's brother.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Timothy Schum Men's Soccer ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded annually to a member of the men's varsity soccer team.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic merit. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Tony and Janet Scarano Men's Basketball ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded annually to a member of the Men's Basketball team who is in good academic standing.Recipient is selected annually by the Athletic Department. No application is required.
Tony Kornheiser Newspaper ScholarshipThis scholarship was established to benefit a student volunteer for the Binghamton University student newspaper, with preference for a staff writer but other student volunteers will be considered. This scholarship is based on merit and application, which is submitted through the English Dept.Student should inquire to the Binghamton University English Department as to application time frame, deadlines, and process. Selection is made based on application and materials submitted to the English Department and review by committee.
UHS Hospitals Nursing ScholarshipAwarded to a full-time Decker School of Nursing student who is from a qualified minority group or an immigrant with US citizenship or their children. The recipient must be a resident of Broome, Chenango, Delaware, Tioga (NY), or Susquehanna (PA) counties. The scholarship award is based on academic merit (GPA 3.0 or higher) and involvement in community service. Financial need may be a secondary consideration.Student must complete Decker School of Nursing General Scholarship application by March 1. Applications are available in the Decker School Deans Office AB-108. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Unger Family ScholarshipEstablished in 2004 by Mr. Howard Unger '82 and Ms. Mindy Unger '82. This scholarship will be awarded annually to a School of Management student with academic merit. The recipient will retain the scholarship for four years as long as the criteria continues to be met. The recipient should hold a position of leadership in extra-curricular activities relating in some manner to business. Preference will be given to students with financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
University Women Female Graduate ScholarshipAwarded to a full-time second year female Graduate student.Application is available on the Graduate School website, which can be linked to through the Binghamton University web page. Review of applications and selection done by the Associate Dean of the Graduate School. The application deadline is June 30th.
Valentina and R. Gordon Wasson ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to full or part-time graduate students in the Decker School of Nursing. Based on academic merit and financial need.Student must complete Decker School of Nursing General Scholarship application by March 1. Applications are available in the Decker School Deans Office AB-108. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
Victor and Esther Rozen Memorial ScholarshipAwarded to a full-time sophomore, junior, or senior with a major or minor in Judaic Studies with academic merit. Preference is given to students with financial need as determined by the Financial Aid Office. First preference is given to a Broome County or surrounding area resident.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Virginia L. Johnson '56 Memorial ScholarshipEstablished in 1995 by the estate of Virginia L. Johnson '56, this scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate or graduate student who is enrolled in mathematics or computer science, based on academic and demonstrated financial need. Student must be employed.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Wanda Bartle - University Women ScholarshipEstablished in 2001 by the University Women, this scholarship is awarded to an incoming freshman female with academic merit and financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Wasserman Family ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded annually to an intercollegiate athlete who is a member of the men or women's soccer team and who is enrolled is the School of Management, with preference for academic merit and proven financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Wilbur and Annabelle Barker Memorial ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded annually to a full time BU student, preferably an undergraduate, and is based on need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
William '81 and Sharon '82 Hohauser Phi Beta Kappa ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded each year to a Harpur College student inducted into Harpur College Phi Beta Kappa, with preference for a student who participates in club sports.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic merit. Selection is made by the Director of Harpur College Phi Beta Kappa. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
William and Alice Gansdorf ScholarshipEstablished in memory of William and Alice Gansdorf, this fund provides scholarships for full-time undergraduate students in good academic standing with proven financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
William and Julianne Orband ScholarshipPreference given to a student from Broome County.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
William B. and Gertude M. Stein ScholarshipThis one-time-only scholarship is awarded to students who have graduated from high schools located in Broome County and who demonstrate need for financial assistance to cover their educational expenses.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
William B. and Mary A. Gault ScholarshipEstablished in 1991, this scholarship is awarded to Broome County students who demonstrate a combination of financial need and a high level of academic promise and performance.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
William H. and Audree F. Rincker ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to a School of Management student with first preference given to a student from the greater Southern Tier of New York with an interest in finance.Application for this scholarship is available in the School of Management Advising Office. Application deadline is February 15. Review and selection made by SOM Advising. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
William H. Lane Incorporated ScholarshipEstablished in 1996, this scholarship is awarded to a matriculated full-time undergraduate junior or senior or full or part-time graduate student in nursing. The award is based upon academic merit and proven financial need. The recipient must be a New York State resident with first preference given to those residing in upstate New York.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. Student must also complete a Decker School of Nursing General Scholarship application by March 1. Applications are available in the Decker School Deans Office AB-108. Recipients will be chosen in the spring for the following academic year.
William S. and Helen G. Chittenden ScholarshipEstablished in 1990 by William and Helen Chittenden, this scholarship is awarded to students from the Southern Tier of New York who demonstrate a combination of financial need and a high level of academic promise and performance.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
William Semple Memorial ScholarshipEstablished in 1994 by Mrs. Mildred Semple, family and friends, in memory of her husband, this scholarship is awarded to a female or under-represented minority student studying engineering in the Watson School who demonstrates extraordinary potential for success.No application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of Watson School students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.
Zurack Scholars Program ScholarshipEstablished in 2007 by Mark Zurack and Kathy Ferguson, this scholarship is awarded to Binghamton University honors students interested in investment banking. A minimum GPA of 3.5 is required, as well as demonstrated financial need.Student must have a FAFSA on file to demonstrate financial need according to federal financial aid guidelines. No additional application or inquiry is required in order to be considered for this scholarship. A review of qualified students is done based on donor terms, and selection is made based on high academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are selected in the Spring for the following academic year.

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