Admissions & Aid
Brooklyn College offers more than 600 scholarships, awards, and prizes each year to undergraduate and graduate students. More than $1 million is available to support the education of qualified students.
For more information, contact the Office of Scholarships at 718.951.4796 or visit their website.
Magner Career Center Internship Stipend Awards are competitive cash awards to help current undergraduate and graduate students take nonpaid/low-paying off-campus internships. Financial awards range from $1,000 to $3,500 and are taxable. Internships providing small stipends, such as for travel or lunch, and internships for academic credit are also available. Stipends are awarded based on the number of hours and weeks worked at the internship site.
These awards are made possible by very generous donations from Brooklyn College alumni (Magner, Sisti, Tow, Kandel, O’Hara, Friedman, Garil, Glaser, Geen, Kandel, and Weill) and Kauffman, Citigroup, and Turing’s Craft foundations.
For more information about these awards, contact the Magner Career Center at 718.951.5696 or visit their website.
Every year the Department of Mathematics gives out thousands of dollars in scholarships and awards.
Scholarship and award candidates are selected based solely upon faculty recommendations to the Departmental Committee on Honors and Awards. With the exception of the Stanley Newman ’73 Scholarship, there is no application procedure. Students wishing to determine whether they meet the qualifications for the Newman scholarship should contact the chair of the Committee on Honors and Awards, whose contact information can be obtained from the department, 1156 Ingersoll Hall, 718.951.5246.
A student can be considered for graduation with honors in the Mathematics Department if the following minimal requirements are both satisfied:
Note that it is not necessarily the case that all awards are given out each year.
The following students were selected to graduate with departmental honors:
The following students were selected for AMS memberships:
The following students have been selected for AWM memberships:
The following student was selected to graduate with departmental honors: