BCF GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS
The Baruch College Fund (BCF) offers a number of privately
endowed or restricted scholarship funds administered by the Office
of Financial Aid. BCF Scholarships are funded by generous gifts
from alumni, friends, corporations and nonprofit foundations.
The BCF distributes over $1 million in scholarships to more than
350 students each year. These scholarships are designed to reward,
encourage, and assist the student in pursuing academic excellence
and leadership roles.
All students are considered for BCF Scholarships, although
academic excellence is an important factor. Students must have
earned at least 24 credits at Baruch College in order to qualify.
BCF scholarships are awarded to students who have shown a
high level of academic performance. Scholarships are also awarded
based on financial need, and some are based on specific criteria
such as high school attended, special skills or abilities. Academics,
financial need, leadership positions, campus or community activities,
and work experience are all taken into account during the selection
process for the scholarship recipient. To be eligible for these
scholarships you must complete the online scholarship application,
providing us with additional information about yourself. To increase
your chances of receiving a scholarship, we encourage ALL students
to fill out the online
LIST OF SCHOLARSHIPS
Bert W. and Sandra Wasserman Scholarship
To graduate students who have demonstrated excellence in accountancy.
Carl Spielvogel '56 Scholarship in International Marketing
To graduate students who intend to study international marketing and pursue a
career in that field.
Consolidated Edison MPA Scholarship
To one or more students in the Master's in Public Adminstration program who demonstrate
financial need and have high academic potential.
Financial Women's Association of New York Graduate Scholarship in
To a second year MBA student majoring in finance, who demonstrates financial
need and leadership leadership ability and who demonstrates a commitment to advancing
the role of women in business.
Florence and Joseph Ercolano Fellowship in Mathematics
To an outstanding matriculated graduate student enrolled in the Mildred and George
Weissman School's masters in mathematics program.
Hearst Fellowship in Nonprofit Management
One-year fellowships for new or returning students in the School of Public Affairs
preparing for careers in nonprofit management.
Mary and Abraham D. Beame Scholarship
To new or returning School of Public Affairs graduate students preparing for
careers in public service.
Milton Mann Prize Scholarship
To a MBA candidate who demonstrates excellence in accountancy and involvement
in volunteer service on behalf of the College and community.
To matriculated MBA candidates with high academic standing, specializing in International
Morton Geller 1943 and Betty R. Geller 1943 Scholarship
To a student enrolled in the Master's Degree program in Accountancy or Taxation.
The recipient will exhibit good moral character, should have an undergraduate
GPA of at least 3.2 and undergraduate GPA being not less than 3.5 in accounting
or law, if the recipient was an accounting major as an undergraduate. Candidates
should have taken the CPA examination or provide evidence, such as course work,
that he/she will complete all requirements for the CPA examination.
Richard P. Friedman Graduate Fellowship in Entrepreneurship
To a second year full-time MBA student on the basis of financial need and academic
Samuel and Irving Weinstein Scholarship
To a worthy graduate student in Accountancy or Taxation.
Stephen J. Jerome Fellows
For current students in the Higher Education Administration (HEA) program.
Stuart-James Foundation Scholarship in Business Computing
To an outstanding graduate student in the field of business computing.