Livingston College Scholarships are administered by the Dean's
Scholarship Committee, and/or special committees are appointed to award
Kenneth Christmon Memorial Scholarship.
Awarded annually to a junior or senior majoring in social work; based on academic merit and financial need.
Emerging Leaders Scholarship Fund.
to attract students of all academic disciplines to participate in the
college's minor in organizational leadership. The award targets
entering first-year students with a record of outstanding leadership
and community service while in high school and third-year Livingston
students (who have declared the minor) with a strong academic
background and a demonstrated record of community service.
Claire Hernandez Scholarship Award.
a Latino/ Latina who has completed at least 24 credits at Livingston
College. The award is based on academic merit (minimum 3.0 grade-point
average) and financial need.
a junior or senior (54+ credits) who demonstrates leadership qualities,
community service and academic merit (minimum 3.0 grade-point average).
Livingston College Opportunity Scholarship.
to full-time undergraduate students based on academic merit and
financial need as determined by the Office of Financial Aid.
Livingston Scholarship Fund.
must have a minimum of 12 credits (including E-credits) at Livingston
College. These awards are based on academic merit (minimum 2.0
grade-point average) and/or financial need.
Lynton Fellows Scholarship.
Livingston College juniors or seniors (54 or more credits) who
demonstrated a contribution to interracial harmony in the recent past.
Students must submit two nomination forms confirming their
contributions to the university community.
Plofker Family Endowed Scholarship Award.
students of Livingston College who demonstrated a contribution to the
college, university, local, state, national or world community. The
award will be given to a student in good academic standing with
financial need. Reference letter(s) required.
For students in the Livingston College Honors
Program. The award is based on academic merit (minimum 3.0 grade-point
average) and financial need. Preference is given to minority students
interested in pursuing a career in teaching.
For a junior or senior majoring in political
science; based on academic merit and financial need, with preference
given to Union County residents.
Women's League of Rutgers
Students must have completed three years (or 72
credits) with the last four terms at the Rutgers-New
Brunswick/Piscataway campus. These awards are based on academic merit
(minimum 3.2 grade-point average) and community service. Two reference
letters must be submitted supporting community service activities.