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​​SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS

PLEASE CHECK THIS PAGE OFTEN; NEW SCHOLARSHIPS ARE ADDED AS FUNDING IS RECEIVED.

Please use the applications below to apply for Queens College Foundation scholarships. For scholarships that do not have individual applications, use the Queens College Foundation Internal Scholarship Application. Please be aware of deadlines, as they vary from one scholarship to another. 

Esther's Book Fund - is an award donated in memory of Esther Sapir Mendick by her daughter, Muriel Greenblatt. This award assists students in purchasing textbooks for their classes. This award is for full-time students.* Letters of recommendation are not required. However, students must file FAFSA. The awards are distributed in the amount of $250. Applications are due the first week of fall and spring semesters. This semester, applications are due by 8 am on Monday, February 8, 2016.  

 *12-credit minimum for undergraduates; 6-credit minimum for graduate students

 
Queens College Foundation Internal Scholarship - This group of scholarships is for all full-time* matriculated students and varies from semester to semester, in accordance with available funding. Most, but not all, of these awards require that the student show financial need (as per the FAFSA – Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Students must file the FAFSA for the academic year in which they are applying for an award. If the FAFSA is not filed, a student can only be considered for awards that do not include financial need among their criteria. Additionally, two letters of recommendation are required. Students will be evaluated for all awards in this category for which they fulfill the requirements (i.e., GPA, major, financial need if required, class standing). Amounts vary from $250 to $2,500. The deadline is March 10 to be considered for a fall scholarship and October 10 to be considered for a spring scholarship. There are no summer scholarships.

*12-credit minimum for undergraduates; 6-credit minimum for graduate students

 
The Steven Errera Scholarship in Economics - provides $5,000 scholarships to be distributed in $2,500 installments for two semesters to four students who are either sophomores or juniors. Applicants must have demonstrated an interest in economics or business. They must also be enrolled full-time, which for this award is a minimum of 15 credits per semester. 
Applications are due by March 10, 2016.
 
The Robert and Jacqueline Willens Scholarship - provides two undergraduates with $2,500 each for two semesters. Students must meet the following criteria:
U.S. citizen
Majoring in economics or accounting
Minimum 3.2 GPA
Participant in Student Life activities or community service
Applications are due by March 10, 2016.
 
The ALA Fraternity Scholarship Fund and the Dead End Boys Scholarship
will be presented to the winners at the Queens College Homecoming Celebration in October 2016.
The ALA Fraternity Scholarship Fund is for sophomores and juniors with special consideration for, but not limited to, veterans and ALA Legacy students.
The Dead End Boys Scholarship is for juniors and gives special consideration to outstanding community service.
Application deadline is March 10, 2016. 

 

The Donald I. Brownstein / John J. McDermott Honors Scholarships in the Humanities - are $5,000 scholarships for undergraduate students in the following disciplines:

(i) Philosophy
(ii) History
(iii) Art History
(iv) Languages and Literary Studies (e.g., English)
(v) Mathematics
(vi) Anthropology
(vii) Sociology
(viii) Economics
 
Applicants for this award must have a minimum GPA of 3.5. Previous Brownstein/McDermott winners should not apply. Applications are due by March 10, 2016.
 
 
The Linakis Scholarship - The late John S. and Yorka C. Linakis were long-time residents and avid supporters of the borough of Queens. They were active in a multitude of community, civic, and interfaith organizations. Their philanthropic endeavors include a legacy of scholarships to be granted to worthy Queens College students based on merit, financial need, and a keen interest in the betterment of their communities. Undergraduate and graduate students from all majors are invited to apply. Applicants must demonstrate an outstanding record of service and academic performance, as well as financial need. Scholarship awards will each be in the amount of $2,000 and recipients will be recognized college-wide for their achievements. Previous Linakis winners should not apply. Application deadline is March 10, 2016.
 
Accounting / Finance Scholarship - This award is in the amount of $2,374 per semester for 2 semesters.  
Criteria for consideration:
Full-time undergraduate students (minimum 12 credits per semester)
Declared accounting and finance majors only
U.S. citizens who are naturalized citizens or whose parents were immigrants 
Financial need not required
Minimum GPA of 3.0 
Application deadline is February 2, 2016.
 
The Prof. Michael Dohan Endowment Fund provides two undergraduate students with $1,500 awards. Criteria for consideration:

Economics major
3.2 minimum GPA within the Economics Department
Show financial need based on the FAFSA
 
Letters of recommendation for this award should be sent directly to the Economics Department in Powdermaker Hall, Room 300. 
Applications are due by March 10, 2016.
The Asian / American Center (A/AC) provides $2,000-$3,000 scholarship awards to Queens College students annually on the basis of financial need and academic achievement (GPA of 3.0 and above). The A/AC scholarships are available to all QC students. Freshmen are especially encouraged to apply. As the purpose of these scholarships is to support students in completing their undergraduate degrees, recipients will be eligible to re-apply for these awards on an annual basis, subject to meeting the criteria. Application deadline is March 31, 2016.
 
The Eleanor Dieckmann Picken Scholarship for Study Abroad was established by Dr. Robert Picken in memory of his wife. Two letters of recommendation are required. Students must file FAFSA, too. The program should be a CUNY-approved study abroad program. Consult with the Study Abroad Office (Kiely 183) about this and about your possible eligibility for the STOCS award (a CUNY study abroad scholarship). Students must file a permit with the Registrar to study abroad and submit a copy of that approval to the Office of Honors and Scholarships, along with a copy of an acceptance letter to the study abroad program. There is no specific deadline for this award. Applications are considered on a rolling basis. Please submit the application at least 2 months prior to your study abroad departure date.
 
IMPORTANT NOTES REGARDING RECOMMENDATIONS: Students must ask professors for their permission before listing them as recommenders. These faculty members should deliver their recommendation letters to the Office of Honors and Scholarships in Honors Hall, Room 16, no later than the appropriate deadline for each scholarship. The student is responsible for contacting the professors and insuring that these letters are delivered in a timely manner. Alternately, professors can email letters ONLY FROM THEIR .EDU EMAIL ACCOUNT (not a personal email account) directly to QC_Honors@qc.cuny.edu

   

 

     



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