Admissions & Aid
This award is to full-time matriculated graduate students with a GPA of at least 3.00 and full-time matriculated undergraduate students with a GPA of at least 2.50 who have demonstrated a commitment to serving their fellow students and/or have made a creative contribution to the Brooklyn College community.
Deadline: February 15, 2024
The Zicklin Scholars Degree Completion Program provides funding that will help undergraduate students complete their course work and aid in graduating.
Deadline: October 31, 2023
If you ever imagined a unique project that would advance your personal development, the Rosen Fellowship Program is designed to help you achieve your dreams.
The fellowship grants undergraduate students the possibility to create an out-of-classroom experience that will promote creative or career advancement. Each year, the program supports up to eight students who might not otherwise be able to afford such opportunities and who exhibit extraordinary creativity, determination and promise in articulating and pursuing their career and life goals.
Students may propose a full range of activities, including study abroad, personalized internships, scientific research, artistic expression or community engagement. All applications will be evaluated on the basis of creativity and the degree to which the proposal will credibly advance the student’s personal and professional life goals.
Fellowships are competitive and will provide stipends of up to $5,000 to each chosen recipient.
All full-time undergraduate Brooklyn College students in good standing may apply for the Fellowship provided that, at the time of application, the student will have completed at least 30 credits by the start of the summer 2020 session and will be a full-time student through the fall 2020 International students are not eligible for the Rosen Fellowship.
Deadline: January 2, 2024
It is vital that applicants work with the Scholarships Office to craft their applications. E-mail Stephen Gracia for information and feedback.
The Tow Undergraduate and Graduate International Research Stipends enable students to conduct research in settings outside the United States.