Stony Brook Alumni Association Past Presidents Scholarship

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This scholarship is exclusively for current Stony Brook students who are enrolled as a sophomore, junior or senior.

The previous Presidents of the Stony Brook Alumni Association remain actively committed to the students of Stony Brook University. They recognize the importance of developing leadership skills as a foundation for success. These are the very qualities that exemplify this group of dedicated individuals who continue to give back to the students of our campus. They have generously contributed financial support to allow us to provide scholarship funding to our up and coming student leaders. Students who are eligible to apply for and receive this scholarship must meet the following criteria:

  • Be enrolled full time (minimum of 12 credits/semester) as a Sophomore, Junior or Senior in a
    degree granting academic program
  • Demonstrate high academic achievement by maintaining a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0
  • Demonstrate financial need as determined by a current FAFSA application, reviewed and
    confirmed by the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship Services
  • Demonstrate clear leadership ability through participation in on-campus or off-campus
    activities; examples include: serving in a leadership role in an organization, participating in a
    project or academic endeavor or contributing to a community service initiative

The application is here at http://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/finaid/pdfs/Alumni_Associ_Past_Presidents_Schol_App.pdf. You have until October 1, 2015 to enter. Good luck!

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