BCF UNDERGRAD 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
Abraham Goldstein Centennial Scholarship
To a student in the Zicklin School of Business who has achieved excellence in
two or more courses offered by the Law Department.
Abraham J. Briloff Award in Ethics
To a graduate student who has submitted a paper, deemed outstanding by a faculty
committee, that addresses contemporary issues in business ethics.
Addison Gayle, Jr. Scholarship
To a student who has excelled in African-American courses and is a member of
a club that has contributed to the quality of life for African Americans.
Advertising Women of New York
For an enrolled student majoring in Marketing or Advertising with a minimum 3.2
GPA in related courses.
Alfred P. Berger Memorial Scholarship for Excellence in Advertising
To an outstanding student in Advertising.
Arlene and Bernard Richards Anniversary Scholarship
To an undergraduate student who has demonstrated commitment to his or her education
through an outstanding academic record.
Association of Real Estate Women (AREW) Scholarship
To a student majoring in Real Estate and Metropolitan Development, who has a
demonstrated financial need, graduated from a New York City public high school,
and expects to pursue a career in real estate.
BCAA Accountancy Scholarship
To an accountancy student.
Baruch College Alumni Association Scholarship
To undergraduate students of high academic standing who are entering their final semester or academic year
and possess strong records of participation in student affairs.
Baruch College Auxiliary Enterprises Corporation Scholarship
To a matriculated undergraduate sophomore or junior who has made a significant
contribution to the quality of student life on campus while maintaining a minimum
GPA of 3.0.
Becker Family Scholarship
To juniors from the Zicklin or Weissman School for academic excellence.
Bernard I. '47 and Judith K. '47 Klein Scholarship
To an entering freshman, transfer student or to a current undergraduate, based
solely on financial need.
Bernard Kestenbaum Scholarship
To a sophomore, who is an immigrant or the child of an immigrant, on the basis
of academic merit and financial need.
Charles H. Falk Memorial Scholarship
Created for an outstanding student studying international business.
Children's Hope India Scholarship
To incoming freshmen who have demonstrated financial need and scholastic achievement
AND are international or immigrant students, with preference given to students
from South Asia.
Clark Foundation Student Scholarship
For students in the School of Public Affairs.
Class of 1952 Scholarship
For a full-time, matriculated undergraduate student in good standing who has
declared a specialization in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management.
Crowe Horwath LLP Outstanding Accounting Student Scholarship
To a rising senior accounting major who exhibits leadership skills, with a minimum 3.3 GPA.
To academically deserving students who would otherwise experience difficulties
meeting college expenses.
David S. Zeidman Scholarship
To provide one scholarship or more annually to a junior majoring in accounting
who demonstrates financial need and has a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Dean Francis J. Connelly Scholarship
To a student of junior or senior enrolled in the Zicklin School of Business for
academic excellence, leadership and service.
Deloitte Foundation Leadership Scholarship
For full-time accounting major juniors and seniors who demonstrate traits of leadership, and maintain a minimum 3.2 Grade Point Average.
Edith M. Briloff Memorial Scholarship
To entering freshman or currently enrolled students who demonstrate academic
Edna Markowitz Kaufman '40 and Harold M. Kaufman '37 Prize Scholarship
To a junior majoring in public accounting who has an overall GPA of 3.0 or above
and is need of financial aid.
Eisner and Lubin Scholarship
To students who meet the following criteria: is a junior or senior accounting
major with at least a 3.7 GPA, has demonstrated financial need and is planning
to attend graduate school to pursue a master`s degree in accounting.
Ellen & Bernard Liebman Scholarship
To an undergraduate student based on academic excellence and a record of service
through extracurricular activities.
Enterprise Rent-a-Car Scholarship
To a deserving student for academic achievement.
Eric Kobren Fellowship in Business Journalism
For students in the Undergraduate Business Journalism program.
Ficurelli Family Scholarship
To a junior or senior student who is in the top one-half of the class based on
grades, was employed at least part-time and is actively participating in extracurricular
Financial Women's Association-BMO Capital Markets Endowed Scholarship
Created to recognize undergraduate students with financial need and academic accomplishment who are completing the business core curriculum with the intention of concentrating in finance, who through either coursework and/or participation in clubs or other activities, demonstrate an interest in advancing women`s roles in the financial services industry.
Harvey and Sheila Stone '41 Prize Scholarship in International Marketing
To juniors with the greatest potential for success in international marketing
based on creativity and innovative thinking.
Henry and Henrietta Quade Scholarship
To students who exhibit academic achievement and have a financial need.
Henry and Lottie Burger Scholarship
To junior or senior accounting majors who demonstrate financial need and have a Grade Point Average of 3.0 or higher.
Herman and Mollie Eagle Scholarship
To a student(s) in the Junior year, or a graduate student who exhibits excellence
in their major and holds a GPA of 3.0 or better. The award is given on the basis
of academic merit and financial need and the candidate must have made an outstanding
contribution to a Jewish organization on campus.
To entering freshmen who have outstanding academic credentials and previous recipients who have remained enrolled in good standing.
Hugh Lamle Scholarship
For students majoring in Finance and Investments with a demonstrated financial
need. Scholarship is renewable if demonstrated financial need exists.
I. Harold Kellar Scholarship
To an undergraduate senior majoring in International Business who has made the
most meaningful contribution to AIESEC.
Institutional Investor Magazine, Chris Brown Memorial Journalism Scholarships
For juniors who have declared a major in journalism.
Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association's Internal Auditors Society Scholarship
To a full-time Accountancy major interested in a career in auditing or financial
International Advertising Association, NY Chapter Undergraduate Scholarship
To a full-time undergraduate International Marketing or Communications major with a minimum 2.8 GPA, selected on the basis of academic distinction, volunteer or professional work, internships or study abroad, and a written essay.
Irving Weinstein Trust Fund Scholarship
To worthy undergraduate students majoring in Accountancy, Taxation or Business
Irwin Fromme Scholarship
To students with upper class standing who have achieved academic distinction
and majoring in foreign trade, international marketing or finance.
Jerome Evans Memorial Scholarship in Marketing
To a senior majoring in Marketing for excellence in scholarship and service to
the College community.
Jesse Abramowitz Scholarship in Accountancy
To a third or fourth year student majoring in accounting with a GPA of 3.0 or
above and in need of financial aid.
John Bauer Scholarship
To a matriculated student who demonstrate the same personal characteristics and
qualities as those of John Bauer: leadership, unselfish devotion to the service
of others, compassion, candor, courage and strength of conviction.
Joanne C. Wittlin Memorial Scholarship
The scholarship will be used to bring talented young people into the real estate industry through financial support to outstanding undergraduate students in the Baruch College real estate degree program.
Joseph and Harriet Nadler Scholarship
To an accounting student with a solid academic record.
Late-Returning Student Scholarship
To an undergraduate Baruch Student(s) who is returning to college to complete
his/her undergraduate degree(s) in business and demonstrates financial hardship.
Lillian Kormendy Scholarship
To a junior or a senior with a major in the Weissman School on the basis of academic
Louis J. Cappelli '58 Scholarship
To an undergraduate finance or accounting major who is the first in their family
to attend college, attending evening classes and in need of financial assistance.
Louis Shevlan Memorial Scholarship
To an outstanding junior majoring in Accountancy on the basis of academic merit
and financial need.
M. Freddie Reiss Scholarship
For students with demonstrated financial need majoring in accounting.
Marilyn S. Broad Memorial Scholarship
To a transfer student with a minimum 3.0 GPA. He/she will be (or is becoming
upon transferring into Baruch) a student in the Zicklin School of Business. He/she
should exhibit an interest in advancing the equality of women in the workplace,
either through his/her course work in Human Resources or through his/her participation
in activities that advances women`s equality in the work place, examples are
Financial Women`s Network or Women in Business Seminars.
Matthew Shepard Memorial Scholarship
To a currently enrolled Baruch College student who has contributed significantly
to an enlightened awareness of gay and lesbian issues within the Baruch academic
community and the business community it serves. Nominations for award are welcome
from Baruch students and faculty. A nomination should contain a statement outlining
the candidate`s contribution and commitment to tolerance and diversity.
For a student enrolled at Baruch College, participating in MIB Solutions internship program.
Milton and Norma Mann Prize Scholarship
To an undergraduate Accountancy major for academic achievement and involvement
in volunteer service on behalf of the College and community.
Milton N. Hoffman Scholarship of The Baruch College Alumni Association
To an outstanding Accountancy major who is continuing on with their graduate
studies at Baruch and in need of financial aid.
To an outstanding full-time students majoring in Accountancy who have attained
junior status and have demonstrated academic achievement.
Mortgage Bankers Association of New York
To a senior who is studying in the Real Estate program and intends to pursue
a career in real estate.
Morton Geller 1943 Scholarship
To an outstanding junior with a GPA of not less than 3.5 in accounting and law
and an overall GPA of not less than 3.2.
Murray H. Neidorf Scholarship in Accounting in Honor of Dean Emanuel
To juniors or seniors majoring in accounting who have shown significant improvement
over the past year.
Nadja Fidelia Scholarship
Created by a Baruch College alumnae to help entering freshmen have access to the resources and opportunities they need to succeed in life, both professional and personally.
Neuberger Berman Scholarship
For students who participated in the Neuberger Berman Internship Program.
New York Compensation Association Human Resources Management Scholarship
To juniors majoring in Human Resources Management and who have demonstrated both
excellence in scholarship and leadership.
Peter Sandick Memorial Scholarship in Accountancy
To a senior in Accountancy who has achieved a high degree of scholastic proficiency
and demonstrated personal attributes of moral character.
Pyramid Consulting Group, LLC Scholarship
For a sophomore student maintaining a of 3.0 Grade Point Average, showing clear signs of leadership, and actively participating in extracurricular activities.
Rappaport Family Scholarships
To juniors and/or seniors from the Zicklin School who have a GPA of 3.0 or better
and in need of financial aid.
Raymond and Jacqueline Berland Memorial Scholarship
To an undergraduate student entering his/her senior year who is a Marketing major
and who has demonstrated academic excellence in marketing courses.
Robert J. Sigman '79 Scholarship
To a full-time undergraduate student who demonstrates a combination of academic
merit and financial need. Preference will be given to a student majoring in Accountancy
or Management/Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management, but the scholarship
may be given to a student enrolled in any undergraduate business major.
Robin Laurie London Memorial Scholarship
For a full time undergraduate student who demonstrates academic merit and financial need with a preference given to students who embody Robin Laurie London's compassion and commitment to helping others.
Ronald I. Heller Entrepreneurship Scholarship
To a full-time undergraduate student in good academic standing who has declared
a major in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management.
Rosalyn Wolf Scholarship
For a student involved with Hillel who has financial need and academic promise.
Sarah and Sol Laterman Scholarship
For incoming freshmen who are graduates of Stuyvesant High School who have outstanding
academic credentials and who have a demonstrated interest in athletics.
Saxe '55 Scholarship
To an entering freshman who demonstrates financial need and academic promise.
Seana Brett Memorial Scholarship
To a student entering his/her junior year who is a finance major, has demonstrated
academic excellence and has significant financial need.
Selma Brenner Scholarship Fund
To a student majoring in CIS who has achieved a 3.0 GPA and demonstrated a commitment
to minority concerns.
WISS & Company Scholarship
To a junior accounting major, with a minimum 3.0 GPA.