Students interested in scholarship opportunities should first visit the Office of Career Development, Transfer, and Scholarship Opportunities in C102 or call (718) 368-5115. The Office's website has updated information on scholarship opportunities and the counselors in that office can assist students with the application process.
The Honors Program provides additional support to Honor students and Phi Theta Kappa members who are interested in applying for scholarships, especially transfer scholarships. Honor students should visit the Honors House in M377 for assistance.
Listed below are some of the scholarships, internal and external, available to entering, current, and graduating students.
Students who have been on the Dean's List two consecutive semesters and enroll for the third semester are eligible for the Dean's List Scholarship. They will be notified by the Associate Provost office in M386.
Students interested in the Wave scholarship should contact Mr. Wayne Harewood, Director of Financial Aid, at (718) 368-4644 or visit U-201.
CUNY Office of Academic Affairs maintains The Prestigious Scholarships website which lists some of the best scholarships available to undergraduate students. Honor students should visit the website to learn about the eligibility for each scholarship, the application process, and the deadlines.
The Kaplan Leadership Associate's Degree Scholarship offers financial and academic support, including individualized academic advising, transfer counseling, college tours, mentoring opportunities, leadership training and development to high potential associate degree students with unmet financial need who are also members of underrepresented populations in higher education. Scholarships for associate's degree candidates can be up to $3,000.00 and for bachelor degree candidates up to $25,000.00 per year plus additional funding to assist with living expenses.
Annual awards are given to graduating students who achieve academic excellence in their various disciplines, and to students who give outstanding service to the college through student government and other student activities. The Faculty Committee on Awards administers the annual Awards Program. The Awards Ceremony is part of the two-day Commencement Exercises at Kingsborough and is usually held the evening before the Commencement Day in June. Families and friends of the awardees are invited to the annual Awards Ceremony to share in the celebration of the students' success.
The Faculty Committee on Awards, chaired by the Associate Provost, also selects the Valedictorian. All students who have achieved a GPA of 4.00 and have no more than 12 transfer credits to Kingsborough are invited to audition for the Valedictorian speech.
Awards are determined by departmental or college scholarship committee. Application deadlines will be announced for awards that are competitive.
Department of ArtThe Fine Arts AwardThe Graphic Design and Illustration Award
Department of Behavioral Sciences and Human Services The Behavioral Sciences AwardThe Substance Abuse Counseling Program AwardMental Health and Human Services Program AwardThe Early Childhood Education AwardEducation Studies AwardDepartment of Biological Sciences The Biological Sciences Department AwardThe Physical Therapist Assistant Program AwardDepartment of Business The Accounting Program AwardThe Business Administration Program AwardThe Retail Merchandising Program AwardThe Office Administration and Technology Award
Department of Communications and Performing Arts The Communications Award The Speech Communication AwardThe National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA) AwardThe Performing Arts AwardThe Broadcasting AwardThe Communications and Performing Arts Award
Department of English The English AwardThe Journalism and Print Media Program AwardDepartment of Foreign LanguagesThe Foreign Language AwardHebrew/Yiddish Scholastic Studies Award
Department of Health, Physical Education and RecreationThe Health, Physical Education and Recreation AwardThe Recreation and Recreation Therapy AwardThe Community Health Program AwardThe Patricia Hazlewood Spirit of Community Health AwardThe Exercise Science/Personal Training Program AwardDepartment of History, Philosophy and Political ScienceThe Political Science AwardThe History Studies AwardThe Philosophy Studies AwardThe Bernard Klein Excellence AwardDepartment of Mathematics and Computer ScienceThe Mathematics Program AwardThe Computer Science Program AwardThe Computer Information Systems Award
Department of Nursing The Nursing Scholastic AwardThe Surgical Technology Award
Department of Physical Sciences The Chemistry AwardThe Engineering Science AwardThe Physics Program AwardDepartment of Student Development The New Start Program AwardDepartment of Tourism and HospitalityThe Tourism and Hospitality AwardThe Virtual Enterprise AwardThe Maritime Technology Award
Special AwardsThe Liberal Arts Award
The Women's Studies Program Award
The David B. Silver Scholarship Award
The Lucille Nieporent Memorial Award
The Cope Award for Academic Excellence
The Charlotte Keller Marmaros Scholarship for Promising Professionals in Gerontology
The Patricia Hazlewood Spirit of Community Health Award
The Student Leadership Service AwardThe Honors Program Award
The Science Scholars Award
The Israel and Julia Glasser Scholarship for Political Science
The Leon M. Goldstein Scholarship Award for Academic Excellence and Community Service
The Otis Hill Scholarship Award
The Rachelle Goldsmith College Now Honors Program Scholarship Award
The KCC Alumni Association Scholarship Award
The KCC Retirees Scholarship
Presidential Honors Scholar Certificate
The President's Award for Distinguished Scholarship
The Valedictorian Award
Student Service AwardsCertificate of RecognitionBronze Awards Silver Awards Gold Awards
Special Service AwardsThe Library AwardThe Childcare Center Memorial Service AwardThe Peer Advisor Service AwardThe Student Service AwardThe Anthony F. Russo Student Leadership Service AwardThe Kingsborough Referees Award
Wave Scholarship Awards
TheDream.US is a national scholarship fund for DREAMers. We provide college scholarships to highly motivated DREAMers who have applied for or received DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) or TPS (Temporary Protected Status) approval and who, without financial aid, cannot afford a college education that will enable them to participate in the American workforce.
To be eligible to apply, you must:
Robert SchacterOffice of the Associate Provost718-368-5797 M-386Robert.email@example.com
Therese McNultyNew Americans Center718-368-5600 V-125Therese.McNulty@kbcc.cuny.eduSCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION DEADLINE: October 26, 2014
More information: www.thedream.us