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For information about Hunter College scholarships, please contact the Financial Aid Office, visit their scholarships page, or visit the Division of Student affairs scholarships page.

Receive a Part-Time Completion Award

The Beatrice and Raymond Liebesman Completion Scholarship for part-time students can cover the cost of one additional course to help you complete your degree more quickly.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Matriculated status; includes BA/MA students
  • Current part-time students (11 ½ credits or less) who have also attended on a part-time basis during the prior semester/s
  • Completed at least 60 credits toward first undergraduate degree
  • Declared major
  • Second undergraduate degrees and graduate degrees are ineligible
  • Cumulative Hunter College GPA of 3.0 or greater
  • U.S. citizens or documented international students
  • Willingness to register for an additional class needed for degree completion

Deadline: Friday, January 27

For more information, contact Taahira A. Maynard at 212-772-4925 or


BP-ENDURE Scholarship Program at Hunter College and NYU

The BP-ENDURE program is designed to encourage and prepare undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds to enter into and succeed in PhD programs in the neurosciences. The program has partnered with other prestigious institutions to enrich students' experiences. Throughout the year, students conduct research at Hunter or NYU. During the summer, students are placed at either NYU, Brown University, University of Michigan, or Vanderbilt University. BP-ENDURE students get a monthly stipend, professional development, graduate school application assistance and funds to attend a national conference.


  • Sophomores or juniors that are: first-generation college students and/or economically disadvantaged and/or have a documented disability.
  • Minimum GPA of 3.0.
  • Be committed to applying to a PhD program in a neuroscience-related area.

Deadline: Sunday, January 31, 2017

For more information, please contact us at, visit our website, or find us in room 311, North Building.


McNulty Scholars Program Recruitment

The provost office is now recruiting undergraduate students for the 2017-2018 John P. McNulty Scholars program. The McNulty Scholars Program aims to encourage science and math students to aspire to leadership positions across industry and academia and to support students who have a commitment to the advancement of women in math and science.

Candidates for this program will be outstanding undergraduate women who meet the following criteria:

  • Full-time student
  • Declared major in biology, biochemistry, chemistry, computer science, mathematics/statistics, physics or psychology-neuroscience concentration
  • Starting their junior year in the Fall 2017
  • Minimum GPA of 3.5
  • Demonstrated leadership in academic and/or community activities and an interest in continued leadership activities.
  • McNulty Scholars must work in the lab of a full-time science or math faculty mentor at Hunter for their junior and senior years.

McNulty Scholars are supported for up to 2 years (Junior and Senior year) for a total of up to $12,000 and up to $500 for conference travel.

Deadline: Wednesday, February 1

For more information contact Latifa Fletcher at or (212) 396-6963.


Senior Scholarship for Graduate Study 2017

The Scholarship and Welfare Fund of the Alumni Association Hunter College is offering scholarships for Hunter College undergraduate students to be used towards the first-year of graduate study at any accredited graduate or professional school at which the applicant is matriculated. The range of these one-time awards is $500 - $4,000.


  • Applicants must be Hunter College bachelor's degree graduates of January 2017 or candidates for bachelor's degrees in either June or September 2017 with a minimum GPA of 3.50 for the last 36 credits completed-to-date at Hunter College.
  • Applicants must be U.S. citizens, permanent residents or holding refugee status according to financial aid regulations.

To apply, please fill out the application [pdf].

Deadline: Thursday, February 9, 2017

Place: Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students, Room 1103 East Building

For more information, please contact Arthur Ford at


The Maximizing Access to Research Careers (MARC) Program is Accepting Applications!

The goal of the MARC program is to support and prepare underrepresented juniors and seniors for entry into biomedical and behavioral PhD programs.

MARC Student Benefits & Opportunities:

  • Prepares you for entry into PhD programs
  • Hands on scientific research and faculty mentoring
  • Network with scientists/graduate recruiters
  • Attend conferences and present your research
  • Professional development
  • Monthly stipend of $1,028 and tuition assistance

Deadline: Monday, April 10

For more information, please visit our website or visit us in Room 313N.


Leo S. Rowe Fund for International Students

The Rowe Fund is an educational loan program of the Organization of American States (OAS). The Fund helps citizens from Latin America and Caribbean OAS Member States finance their studies or research by awarding interest-free loans of up to $15,000.

How to Apply:
Please visit the OAS website for more information. Applications are accepted and reviewed year-round.

Apply Now

For more information, please call the International Students Office at (212) 772-4864, email or visit our website.


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