Scholarship Application Form

This single application will make you eligible for the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Scholarship, the Floyd L. Moreland Scholarship, the Christina M. Dunkle Memorial Award, and the Hardy Hansen Prize.

Stavros Niarchos Foundation Scholars will receive a support package tailored to their residency status as in-state or out-of-state students. Tuition grants will be awarded to outstanding applicants with demonstrated financial need. Tuition grants will be paid directly to the Brooklyn College bursar.

The Latin/Greek Institute has two modest funds from which it can grant partial tuition scholarships to exceptionally promising and needy candidates: the Floyd L. Moreland Scholarship Fund and the Christina M. Dunkle Memorial Fund. A third fund, the Hardy Hansen Prize, will award up to two stipends to support tuition costs during summer study at the LGI. These awards are administered by the City University of New York but are made possible by private contributions from friends and previous students of the LGI.

All scholarships provide only partial tuition; students are encouraged to start seeking funds from other sources as early as possible.

At the conclusion of the summer, scholarship recipients must submit a brief report on their experience at the Latin/Greek Institute for our donors. Scholarship recipients will forfeit their scholarship if they withdraw from the program during the liability period. Details will be provided during registration.

Additional Elements

To be considered for financial aid, the following elements are required:

  • Submit an application for admission to the Latin/Greek Institute (if it has not already been submitted).
  • Ensure that official copies of both undergraduate and graduate transcripts (and high school transcripts, if necessary) have been sent.

Electronic transcripts can be sent by e-mail. Send all regular mail to the following address:

Latin/Greek Institute
CUNY Graduate Center
365 Fifth Ave.
New York, NY 10016

Application for Scholarships

Both applications, with all materials and supporting documents, must be received by deadline. Incomplete applications will not be considered for financial aid.

Application deadline is March 11, 2024 (February 26 for students requiring a Brooklyn College-sponsored international student visa).

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