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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.

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