All About Scholarships
Scholarships are used as an alternate source of funding students' education and do
not have to be repaid. Most scholarships are awarded based on academic achievement
and/or merit. Some scholarships are awarded based on financial need. Though some scholarships
have a GPA and/or financial need requirement, not all scholarships require students
to maintain a high GPA or demonstrate financial need. Scholarships are also awarded
on factors such as cultural background, a field of study, special skills, community
activities, and organizational affiliations. In addition, students are not restricted
to the number of scholarships they may apply for or receive.
Available Scholarships and How to Apply
Scholarship opportunities are also available to students who are in the Honors Program, transferring students, as well as academically talented students.
There are more than 1,000 CUNY Wide Scholarships and Grants offered throughout the CUNY campuses.
Scholarships offered primarily to active duty military, veterans, and/or their families.
Disclaimer: The scholarship information posted here is for the sole purpose of aiding students with their search for alternate sources of funding their education. The Financial Aid Office is not affiliated with these organizations and does not evaluate or monitor these services. It is in your best interest to practice precaution in your search.