Berkeley College Foundation Scholarships

Scholarship Guidelines for High School Applicants (#1)

Application Deadline: The deadline has passed.

Number of Scholarships Available: 5

Amount: $1,000 per semester (up to eight semesters or degree completion, whichever occurs first)

For eligibility, applicants must:

  • Apply and be accepted to Berkeley College (any campus) for the Fall 2020 semester
  • Enroll in a Berkeley College Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree program
  • Have a high school cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher
  • Submit FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)

Renewal: In order to continue receiving the Berkeley College Foundation Scholarship, recipients must:

  • Maintain a Berkeley College cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher each award year
  • Maintain continuous enrollment. Recipients may take no more than one (1) semester leave and be considered for eligibility upon readmission.

Additional terms:

  • Berkeley College and Berkeley College Foundation employees and family members are not eligible to apply for this scholarship.
  • Applicants who are selected to receive full-tuition scholarships from Berkeley College are also not eligible to apply.
  • Students who complete their first degree program and choose to enroll in a second degree program may re-apply for the scholarship. (Scholarship eligibility ends upon completion of the first degree program.)
  • Students who elect to participate in a study abroad program while enrolled at Berkeley College will continue to receive the scholarship.

Scholarship Guidelines for Adult/Transfer Applicants (#2)

Application Deadline: The deadline has passed.

Number of Scholarships Available: 5

Amount: $1,000 per semester (up to eight semesters or degree completion, whichever occurs first)

For eligibility, applicants must:

  • Apply and be accepted to Berkeley College (any campus) for the Fall 2020 semester
  • Enroll in a Berkeley College Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree program
  • Submit FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)

Renewal: In order to continue receiving the Berkeley College Foundation Scholarship, recipients must:

  • Maintain a Berkeley College cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher each award year
  • Maintain continuous enrollment. Recipients may take no more than one (1) semester leave and be considered for eligibility upon readmission.

Additional terms:

  • Berkeley College and Berkeley College Foundation employees and family members are not eligible to apply for this scholarship.
  • Applicants who are selected to receive full-tuition scholarships from Berkeley College are also not eligible to apply.
  • Students who complete their first degree program and choose to enroll in a second degree program may re-apply for the scholarship. (Scholarship eligibility ends upon completion of the first degree program.)
  • Students who elect to participate in a study abroad program while enrolled at Berkeley College will continue to receive the scholarship.

Questions

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at 844-489-5232 or email info@BerkeleyCollegeFoundation.org.


Berkeley College Foundation Leadership Awards and Scholarship Recognition Dinner held on November 14, 2019

On Thursday, November 14, 2019, the Berkeley College Foundation Leadership Awards and Scholarship Recognition Dinner was held in the Renaissance Hall Atrium at the Woodland Park Campus of Berkeley College. The event included a cocktail reception and dinner, followed by the presentation of awards and scholarships.

The 2019 Berkeley College Foundation Scholarship recipients honored at the event were:

Photo of Tatiana Aviles

Tatiana Aviles
Justice Studies - Criminal Justice
White Plains Campus

Photo of Elly Barbosa

Elly Barbosa
Business Administration - Management
Woodland Park Campus

Photo of Eduardo Beleno

Eduardo Beleno
Justice Studies - Criminal Justice
Woodbridge Campus

Photo of Daniyel Bingham

Daniyel Bingham
Business Administration - Management
New York City Campus

Photo of Antonioni Miguel

Antonioni Miguel
Justice Studies - Criminal Justice
New York City Campus

Photo of Beverly Munoz

Beverly Munoz
Justice Studies - Criminal Justice
Paramus Campus

Photo of Angel Sanchez

Angel Sanchez
Interior Design
Woodland Park Campus

Photo of Mateo Sanchez

Mateo Sanchez
Justice Studies - Criminal Justice
Paramus Campus

Photo of Trinity Sarden

Trinity Sarden
Justice Studies - Criminal Justice
Woodland Park Campus

Photo of Yanni Vrakas

Yanni Vrakas
Justice Studies - Criminal Justice
Woodland Park Campus

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