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Scholarships

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 scholarship application.

LIST OF SCHOLARSHIPS

Aaron and Rose Shapiro Scholarship

To provide one or more scholarships annually to an entering freshman who demonstrates financial need and academic promise or a continuing student who demonstrates financial need, has a GPA of 3.5 or higher and is enrolled as a full-time student. A recipient of this scholarship is eligible to receive it only once.

Abraham Briloff Scholarship

For an incoming freshman who intends to major in accounting or a continuing student who is an accounting major and exhibits academic promise and financial need. To be eligible, a continuing student must have a G.P.A. of 3.4 or higher. Candidates will be chosen by the Office of Financial Aid.

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.

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.

Alexander (`41) and Bess Aschengrau Scholarship

To incoming freshman interested in accounting or an undergraduate majoring in accounting, who demonstrate academic merit and financial need.

Alfred P. Berger Memorial Scholarship for Excellence in Advertising Studies

To an outstanding student in Advertising.

Alpha Phi Omega Memorial Scholarship

For a full time student, on a degree track, with a GPA of 3.0 or higher and demonstrated financial need.

Anna Ein Soffer `72 Memorial Scholarship

For an incoming freshmen intending to pursue a major in the Zicklin School of Business who have demonstrated financial need and a high school grade average (GPA) of 3.0/80 or higher. The scholarship is renewable for students who continue to demonstrate financial need and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA. Candidates will be selected by the Office of the Vice President for Enrollment Management.

Anonymous Scholarship

To support one year of tuition, books and fees for an financially needy undergraduate resident of one of the five boroughs of New York City.

Anonymous Scholarship 2

For financially needy students.

Anonymous Scholarship 3

For financially needy students.

Arlene and Bernard Richards Anniversary Scholarship

To an undergraduate student who has demonstrated commitment to his or her education through an outstanding academic record.

Arthur Milton Memorial Scholarship

For incoming freshmen who demonstrates financial need and academic excellence (as indicated by High School GPA and SAT scores). Students are eligible for renewals.

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.

Barbara and Arthur Gallagher Scholarship

To an entering freshman who demonstrates financial need and a commitment to service.

Barbara and David Krell Scholarship

An incoming or current student who demonstrates financial need. Candidates will be selected by the Office of Financial Aid.

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.

BCAA Scholarship

To a single student for up to four years as long as the student remains in good academic standing, maintaining at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA during that period. To be awarded to an incoming freshman with financial need with preference given to a student who is the first in his/her family to attend college. A high school cumulative GPA of at least 3.0. Demonstrates excellence in service, academics and leadership.

Becker Family Scholarship

To juniors from the Zicklin or Weissman School for academic excellence.

Becker Family Scholarship - Graduate

To a graduate student from the Zicklin School of Business or the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences for academic excellence.

Bernard I. `47 and Judith K. `47 Klein Scholarship

To an entering freshman, transfer student or to a current undergraduate, based soley 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.

Bert W. and Sandra Wasserman Scholarship

To graduate students who have demonstrated excellence in accountancy.

Betty and Marvin Levine Scholarship

For one matriculated student enrolled for the junior or senior year as an accounting major who has demonstrated financial need and a GPA of 3.0 or higher. If awarded to a junior year student, the scholarship may be continued in the student’s senior year if the student continues to meet the criteria of the scholarship.

Bryant Hayes Scholarship

For a student who has taken one of the Great Works in Literature course (ENG 2800, ENG 2850, LTT 2800 or LTT 2850) and has demonstrated financial need. Eligible Scholars will be nominated by a Professor/Instructor teaching the Great Works in Literature course after each academic semester.

Carl Spielvogel `56 Scholarship in International Marketing

To graduate students who intend to study international marketing and pursue a career in that field.

Charles H. Falk Memorial Scholarship

To provide a scholarship to support a student(s) studying international business broadly defined. The recipient shall be eligible to continue to receive the scholarship based on academic performance and maintenance of full-time status.

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

Full and partial tuition scholarships for students in the School of Public Affairs. Recipients will be chosen on a merit basis.

Class of 1940 Scholarship

to financially needy students

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.

Class of 1959 Scholarship

For incoming freshmen or continuing students who demonstrate financial need and academic promise.

Cohen Family Graduate Real Estate Scholarship

For full-time students entering the Master of Science in Real Estate degree program at the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College.

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.

Crowe Horwath LLP Outstanding Accounting Student Scholarship

To a junior entering his/her senior year majoring in Accountancy. The student must have a 3.3 GPA in major and overall, exhibit excellent leadership skills, and must be a domestic student and a graduate of U.S. high school.

Daniel S. and Florence Roher Scholarship

To an outstanding undergraduate student majoring in Business Journalism.

Darmstaedter Scholarship

To academically deserving students who would otherwise experience difficulties meeting college expenses.

David M. Levine Scholarship

To provide a scholarship to an incoming freshman who is the first in his or her family to attend College and who demonstrates financial need and academic promise. Preference shall be given to students who intend to major in Statistics and Quantitative Modeling or Computer Information Systems. The scholarship is renewable provided the recipient maintains a 3.0 GPA and continues to demonstrate financial need. Recipients will be chosen by the Financial Aid Office.

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.

Defliese Sustenance Scholarship

To students who plan on majoring in Accountancy, have demonstrated financial hardship and have been part-time students.

Deloitte Foundation Leadership Scholarship

To Full time junior or senior students majoring in Accounting with a Minimum GPA of 3.3 and demonstrating traits of leadership

Donal E. Farley Scholarship

To an in-state graduate student majoring in Public Administration for academic excellence, service to Baruch and his or her community.

Donald Loff Scholarship for Excellence in English

For a junior or senior majoring in English who has demonstrated financial need and a grade point average of 3.0 or higher. The scholarship is renewable for students who continue to demonstrate financial need and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA. Candidates will be selected by the English Department.

Donald P. Brennan Family Scholarship

For an incoming freshman with a minimum SAT of 1,250 and a high school average of B+ or higher. The student should be the first in their family to attend college and demonstrate a desire to study Finance and/or Computer Information Systems/Statistics.

Dorothy B. Joseph Memorial Scholarship

to financially needy students

Dr. Martin Pinz Scholarship

To provide a scholarship for an incoming freshman who demonstrates academic promise and financial need and intends to major in one of the natural sciences. The scholarship is renewable for up to three additional years provided the recipient maintains a 3.0 GPA and continues to demonstrate financial need. Recipients will be chosen by the Financial Aid Office.

Durst Family Scholarship in Real Estate and Sustainability

To an undergraduate real estate major who agrees to focus upon sustainable real estate in either the real estate development or investment tracks within the Department of Real Estate. Applicants must have at least a 3.2 GPA and provide a short (no more than 1 page essay) explaining how they propose to examine the links between real estate and green or sustainable business practices.

Edith M. Briloff Memorial Scholarship

To entering freshman or currently enrolled students who demonstrate academic excellence.

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.

Edward Spiegel Scholarship for Excellence

For full time graduate students in the Zicklin School of Business who have demonstrated academic excellence (with a minimum GPA of 3.2).

Edythe Becker Scholarship

To provide annual scholarships to one or more students enrolled in a degree program in the Department of Journalism and Writing Professions who has a deep and demonstrated passion for and interest in writing. Each recipient is required to complete an essay on the importance of writing in her life, what impact she hopes to have in whatever area of journalism she chooses to pursue and what impact she hopes to have on her readers. Preference shall be given to female students. The recipient shall be a U.S. citizen or a legal resident on the path to citizenship.

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.

Eli Mason Memorial Scholarship

To students who demonstrate financial need.

Elias Schonberger '42 Scholarship

To provide a scholarship for an incoming freshman who demonstrates academic promise and financial need. The scholarship is renewable for up to three additional years provided the recipient maintains a 3.0 GPA and continues to demonstrate financial need. Recipients will be chosen by the Financial Aid Office.

Ellen & Bernard Liebman Scholarship

To an undergraduate student based on academic excellence and a record of service through extracurricular activities.

Ellen Knowles Harcourt Scholarship

Three (3) incoming freshmen to be used for tuition, fees, and other services such as mentoring provided to the student. It will be renewed each year, provided that the student(s) remain in good academic standing, and making annual progress towards graduation in four years.

Erwin H. Ezzes Scholarship

To provide scholarships each year for four years to entering freshman or currently enrolled students who demonstrate financial need.

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 activities.

Financial Women’s Association of New York Graduate Scholarship in Business

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.

Time Equities Graduate Student Merit Award

The William Newman Department of Real Estate will award up to two awards each year of up to $5,000 to eligible, full-time or part-time students entering the Master of Science in Real Estate degree program at the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College or entering one of Zicklin’s MBA programs with a major in Real Estate.

FWA Mentee Award

For students participating in the FWA mentee program and are to be awarded without regard for financial need.

FWA-BMO Capital Markets Endowed Scholarship

For juniors 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. Scholarships are renewable provided maintain a minimum 3.2 GPA.

George Segal '60 Scholarship

To provide partial, annual scholarships for financially needy, academically promising students from the five boroughs of New York City. The scholarship may be renewed provided the recipient maintains a minimum 3.0 GPA and continues to demonstrate financial need. Candidates will be chosen by the Office of Financial Aid.

Gil King Scholarship

To a student with financial need and academic merit. Chosen by the Financial Aid Office.

H. Richard and Estelle Davis Scholarship

To provide full or partial scholarship(s) to entering freshmen or currently enrolled student who demonstrates financial need and academic excellence.

Hagedorn Fellows in Public Affairs

These fellowships of $2,000 per year for a maximum of two years are awarded among applicants from the population of current Baruch students and transfer students declaring a major in Public Affairs. Undeclared students must have a cumulative 3.25 GPA while previously declared BSPA majors must have a 3.5 GPA within the BSPA major to be considered. Applicants must submit one faculty-written recommendation as well as an essay, and are selected by an ad hoc SPA faculty committee. Priority will be given to low-income applicants who are otherwise ineligible for TAP or Pell grants.

Hagedorn Graduate Scholarship

For graduate students in the School of Public Affairs Program

Hagedorn Scholarships in Public Affairs

These scholarships are funded at a rate of $2,000 per student per year, guaranteed for a maximum of four years provided the student maintains declaration of the BSPA major and a 3.0 cumulative GPA. They are granted to incoming freshman on a competitive basis, administered by the Vice-President for Student Affairs. Interested high school students must submit an essay as well as a recommendation from their high school guidance counselor.

Harnisch Family Scholarships

To incoming freshman of very high academic quality.

Harnisch Foundation Journalism Scholarship

For outstanding juniors majoring in journalism who are committed to a career in journalism. Up to $6,000 per student will be provided to cover tuition, a summer stipend to allow for an internship (up to $2,000), targeted assistance for technology, and travel funds and fees for outside seminars when applicable. The scholarship is renewable in the senior year for students who remain enrolled in the program, committed to a journalism career and maintain a grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher. Recipients of the scholarship shall be chosen by designated individual(s) in the Department of Journalism and approved by the Office of Financial Aid.

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.

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.

Hedwig Reinhardt Scholarship

for student scholarships

Helen Hollinger Reiser Scholarship

To an entering freshman who demonstrates financial need. In recognition of the fact that Mrs. Reiser was a member of the first graduating class of Baruch College to include women, preference in awarding this scholarship shall be given to a female student. Candidates will be selected by the Office of Financial Aid.

Henry and Henrietta Quade Scholarship

To students who exhibit academic achievement and have a financial need.

Henry and Lottie Burger Scholarship

Provide a scholarship(s) to junior or senior accounting majors who demonstrate financial need and have a Grade Point Average of 3.0 or higher. Candidates will be selected by the Office of Financial Aid.

Henry and Lucy Moses Honors Scholarship

To entering freshman students who have achieved a superior high school academic record.

Herbert R. and Blanche L. Brinberg Scholarship

To an entering freshman who intends to enroll in the Zicklin School of Business who has been enrolled in the Baruch College Honors Program and who demonstrates financial need.

Herbert Sedler Scholarship

For an incoming freshmen who demonstrates academic promise and financial need and is a U.S. citizen or a legal resident on the path to citizenship. The scholarship is renewable for up to three additional years provided the recipient maintains a 3.0 GPA and continues to demonstrate financial need. Recipients will be chosen by the Financial Aid Office.

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.

HSBC Scholars Program

Be enrolled as a full-time, junior or senior, Be majoring in the STEM curriculum or other business-related academic programs, Have a minimum 3.0 GPA, Demonstrate financial need, Be a U.S. Citizen or U.S. Permanent Resident and Complete a short essay

HSBC Scholarship

To entering freshmen who have outstanding academic credentials.

Hubert Mullings Scholarship

For a continuing or transfer undergraduate student in the Zicklin School of Business who demonstrates financial need, has a GPA of 3.2 or higher and is a member of a group traditionally underrepresented in the business disciplines. Preference shall be for students who are working full time and who are completing the majority of their course work in the evening or on weekends. Candidates will be selected by the Office of Financial Aid.

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.

Christ Brown Institutional Investor Journalism Scholarships

For juniors who have declared a major in journalism.

Internal Auditors Division of the Securities Industry Association Scholarship

To a full-time Accountancy major interested in a career in auditing or financial accounting.

Iris and Perry M. Finkelman Scholarship in Real Estate

For part-time students entering the Master of Science in Real Estate degree program at the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College.

Irving Weinstein Trust Fund Scholarship

To worthy undergraduate students majoring in Accountancy, Taxation or Business Administration.

Irwin Fromme Scholarship

To students with upper class standing who have achieved academic distinction and majoring in foreign trade, international marketing or finance.

Isabelle & William Brunman Scholarship

To an entering student with an academic average of B or an enrolled student with 3.0 GPA who has a record of community service and financial need.

Israel S. and Theresa Wiesel Scholarship

For a student studying business journalism with academic promise and financial need.

Jan Stackhouse Scholarship

To student(s) in the Executive Master of Science Program in Industrial and Labor Relations program who demonstrate financial need and academic promise. To be eligible, recipients must have completed at least 24 credits within the program and have maintained a 3.25 GPA. Recipients should be active in workers rights or women`s rights as demonstrated by leadership or volunteerism. A personal statement will be required for consideration.

Jerome Evans Memorial Scholarship in Marketing

To a senior majoring in Marketing for excellence in scholarship and service to the College community.

Jerome S. Berg Scholarship

For a junior or senior majoring in Real Estate who has demonstrated financial need and a grade point average of 3.0 or higher. The scholarship is renewable for students who continue to demonstrate financial need and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA.

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.

Joanne C. Wittlin Memorial Scholarship

Description: To honor Joanne’s memory, a scholarship has been established in her name by her friends and family. 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. Criteria:A Junior or Senior year undergraduate in good standing enrolled at Baruch College, Majoring in Real Estate, With a minimum GPA of 3.0

Joel M. and Naomi Kupsky Young Scholarship

To provide a scholarship to an entering freshman who demonstrates financial need and academic promise. The recipient shall be eligible to continue to receive the scholarship throughout his or her undergraduate career; provided he or she continues to demonstrates financial need; maintains a 3.5 GPA; and is enrolled as a full-time student.

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.

Joseph (’30) and Vivian F. Douglas Scholarship

To an entering freshman who demonstrates financial need.

Joseph and Harriet Nadler Scholarship

To an accounting student with a solid academic record.

Joseph Drown Foundation Scholarship

To entering or continuing students of distinguished academic promise and performance.

Julius and Frances Weber Scholarship

For a senior majoring in accounting who has demonstrated financial need and a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher.

Julius Perler ‘38 Memorial Scholarship

For a junior accounting major who has demonstrated financial need and a grade point average of 3.0 or higher. The scholarship is renewable for students who continue to demonstrate financial need and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA. Candidates will be selected by the Office of Financial Aid.

Karl and Helen Meyer Scholarship

To provide an annual, full tuition scholarship to in incoming freshman who is a first generation American or an immigrant and who demonstrates financial need and academic promise. The scholarship shall be renewed for up to three additional years provided the recipient maintains a minimum 3.0 GPA and continues to demonstrate financial need.

Kenneth Peskin Scholarship

To provide an annual, full tuition scholarship to in incoming freshman who is a first generation American or an immigrant and who demonstrates financial need and academic promise. The scholarship shall be renewed for up to three additional years provided the recipient maintains a minimum 3.0 GPA and continues to demonstrate financial need.

Kobren Family Honors Scholarship

To entering freshman who meet the high academic standards of and are admitted to and accept placement in the Baruch Honors Program.

Lawrence and Barbara Chong Family Scholarship for Innovation

For juniors studying entrepreneurship in the Zicklin School of Business or studying social entrepreneurship in the School of Public Affairs who have demonstrated financial need and a grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher.

Lewis and Karen Altfest Scholarship

To provide one undergraduate scholarship (2/3 of annual endowment spinoff) and one graduate scholarship (1/3 of annual endowment spinoff) for students with academic promise and financial need who desire careers in finance. Each scholarship is reserved for someone who intends to establish a career in personal financial planning or in the absence of such a qualified applicant, one desiring a career in the financial services area. Undergraduate applicants must have SAT scores of 550 or higher on each part of the exam. Graduate students must have GMAT scores of 550 or higher. In the event that there are no qualified candidates, available funding will carry forward to the next academic year. Recipients will be chosen by the Financial Aid Office.

Lewis Friedman Scholarship

For a graduate student in the School of Public Affairs who has shown promise and innovation in the areas of public finance or government budgeting.

Lewis Weston '47 Scholarship

To provide a scholarship for an incoming freshman or current student who demonstrates academic promise and financial need. The scholarship is renewable provided the recipient maintains a 3.0 GPA and continues to demonstrate financial need. Recipients will be chosen by the Financial Aid Office.

Lieberman Family Scholarship

To provide for at least one scholarship to an entering freshman or continuing undergraduate student who demonstrates financial need and academic promise. Preference shall be given to students who are taking evening classes. Candidates will be selected by the Office of Financial Aid.

Lillian Kormendy Scholarship

To a junior or a senior with a major in the Weissman School on the basis of academic excellence.

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.

Marian and Melvin Prottas Scholarship

For graduate students in the Zicklin School of Business who are employed in the health care industry and who demonstrate financial need and academic promise. Preference shall be given to those who meet the criteria outlined above and are enrolled in the Master of Science in Industrial and Labor Relations (MSILR) program.

Marian Beck Schultz Scholarship

To provide one scholarship annually to a student from an underrepresented population (such as female) pursuing accounting who demonstrates financial need and academic excellence.

Marilyn & Stan Ross Scholarship

For a disabled student who demonstrates financial need and academic merit OR For an incoming freshman intending to major in accounting OR a continuing student who is an accounting major and demonstrates financial need and academic merit.

Martin M. Rosner Scholarship

To provide one (1) full scholarship to an entering freshman who demonstrates financial need and academic excellence (as indicated by High School GPA and SAT scores) and is a first generation American or immigrant. The recipient shall be eligible to continue to receive the scholarship throughout his or her undergraduate career, provided he or she continues to demonstrates financial need; maintains a 3.5 GPA; and is enrolled as a full time student.

Martin V. Alonzo Scholarship

For any undergraduate applicant or undergraduate student that has financial need.

Mary and Abraham D. Beame Scholarship

To new or returning School of Public Affairs graduate students preparing for careers in public service.

Matthew Goldstein Student Leadership Scholarship

To an outstanding, continuing matriculated undergraduate student who has excelled in both leadership on campus and scholastic performance.

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.

Max Brenner Scholarship

To provide three (3) full tuition scholarships to entering freshman who demonstrate financial need and academic promise and who plan to pursue accounting as a major. The recipients shall be eligible to continue to receive the scholarship throughout his or her undergraduate career, provided he or she continues to demonstrate financial need; maintains a 3.0 GPA,; remains in the accounting program; and is enrolled as a full time student.

Mayor`s Graduate Scholarship

Students must apply via the Mayor`s Graduate Scholarship Office. Those applications are then forwarded to us for the SPA Committee`s review.

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 Mann Prize Scholarship

To a MBA candidate who demonstrates excellence in accountancy 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.

Mishkin Scholarships

To an outstanding full-time students majoring in Accountancy who have attained junior status and have demonstrated academic achievement.

Mitsui Scholarship

To matriculated MBA candidates with high academic standing, specializing in International Business.

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 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.

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.

Morton M. Raymond Scholarship

To a first-year MBA student, who demonstrates financial need and has excelled in his/her undergraduate studies.

Municipal Credit Union Scholarship

Two (2)scholarships for incoming freshman students annually; Must be graduating from a recognized Hong Kong high school; Must demonstrate academic merit

Murray H. Neidorf Scholarship in Accounting in Honor of Dean Emanuel Saxe

To juniors or seniors majoring in accounting who have shown significant improvement over the past year.

Nadja Fidelia Scholarship

To an entering freshman who demonstrates merit and financial need.

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.

Newman Department of Real Estate Award

The William Newman Department of Real Estate will award several scholarships each year of up to $5,000 to eligible, full-time or part-time students entering the Master of Science in Real Estate degree program, or to current Master of Science in Real Estate students.

Norman Darer Memorial Class of `53 Scholarship

To incoming freshman who demonstrate high academic performance and financial need.

Owen Boyle Scholarship

To provide a full tuition scholarship (instate tuition rate) for an incoming freshman who demonstrates financial need and academic promise and is the child of a trade unionist or himself or herself a trade unionist. The scholarship is renewable for students who continue to demonstrate financial need and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA.

Paul and Miriam Odess Scholarship

To students with financial hardship.

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.

Philip Zimmerman Prize Scholarship

To an outstanding student enrolled for the junior year as an accounting major and the first member of the family to attend college.

Phyllis Milton Scholarship

One full tuition scholarship for incoming freshman who demonstrates financial need and academic excellence (as indicated by High School GPA and SAT scores). The scholarship is renewable for students who continue to demonstrate financial need and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA. Candidates will be selected by the Office of Financial Aid.

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.

Richard A. Samber Scholarship

For a student who shows academic promise and financial need.

Richard Montesano '62 Scholarship

To provide a scholarship for an incoming freshman who intends to major in advertising or marketing who demonstrates academic promise and financial need. The scholarship is renewable for up to three additional years provided the recipient maintains a 3.0 GPA, continues to demonstrate financial need, and is admitted into the advertising or marketing programs at the Zicklin School of Business. Recipients will be chosen by the Financial Aid Office.

Richard P. Friedman Graduate Fellowship in Entrepreneurship

To a second year full-time MBA student on the basis of financial need and academic merit.

Robert and Renee Schnell Scholarship

To provide full or partial scholarship(s) to entering freshmen or currently enrolled students who demonstrate financial need and academic excellence. Currently enrolled students must have a GPA of 3.0.

Robert Demb Scholarship

To students from a yeshiva high school and/or transfer student from Brandeis or Yeshiva universities.

Robert J. Peyser ‘43 Scholarship

For a student with demonstrated financial need. Candidates will be selected by the Office of Financial Aid. Scholarship is renewable for recipients who demonstrate continuing financial need and maintain a 3.2 GPA.

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. Preference will be given to students who embody Robin Laurie London’s compassion and commitment to helping others. Candidates will be selected by the Office of Financial Aid.

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.

Ruth Castalde Scholarship

for female students majoring in accountancy

Ruth Rubin Wiesen Academic Promise Scholarship

To current students for a combination of academic performance and demonstrated financial need.

Salih Neftci Memorial Scholarship

For a current student in the Baruch College Financial Engineering MS Program. The recipient must have demonstrated desire and ability to help other people understand concepts related to financial engineering. Unique background, future goals, and prospects for having a positive impact on others will also be considered as criteria to determine the recipient of the Salih Neftci Memorial Scholarship. Candidates will be recommended by the Director of the Financial Engineering MS Program and approved by the Office of Financial Aid. For Fiscal Year 2011, the Fund shall provide $1,250 for the initial scholarship.

Samuel and Irving Weinstein Scholarship

To a worthy graduate student in Accountancy or Taxation.

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.

Sarah Gottesman Lubin Memorial Scholarship in 19th Century American and/or British Literature

A student in the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences who shows a special interest in British and/or American literature. A student who shall demonstrate financial need. A student who shall have a grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher, or shall have very significant academic qualifications in the opinion of the English Department. A student who shall have the recommendation of an English professor with whom the student has studied English or American literature.

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.

Sidney L. Grossfeld ‘63 Scholarship

For a student who is at least a junior and an accounting major with demonstrated financial need and academic excellence. Candidates will be selected by the Office of Financial Aid.

Solomon J. Freedman Scholarship

To a student majoring in Accountancy.

Solomon Toubin Memorial Scholarship in Arts and Sciences

To students majoring in the Arts and Sciences who exhibit exceptional accomplishments within any of these disciplines.

Solon E. Summerfield Scholarship

To students who have demonstrated academic excellence.

Stanford M. Dinstein Scholarship

To provide a full tuition scholarship (instate tuition rate) and book costs for an incoming freshman who demonstrates financial need and academic promise. The scholarship is renewable for students who continue to demonstrate financial need and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA. Candidates will be selected by the Office of Financial Aid.

Stanley Becker Scholarship

The scholarship is to be awarded to two (2) students. It is designated for a senior advertising major who has shown promise in his or her advertising courses and has financial need.

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.

Sunny and Abe Rosenberg Merit Scholarship

To entering freshman with an interest in business or marketing on the basis of their high school average and SAT scores.

Susan Ponce De Leon Scholarship

Full-time student; Graduate MPA in Housing or demonstrated commitment to Community Development; Renewable for a maximum of two years

Vera and Jacob I. Jacobson Scholarship

For a third year student with financial need.

WISS & Company Scholarship

For students who have Junior standing, a Minimum GPA of 3.0 and Majoring in Accountancy.