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Through the Rutgers College Academic Excellence Awards Program, eligible students are invited to apply for consideration for a Rutgers College Academic Excellence Award, funded through the awards and scholarships listed below. Eligible entering students are invited to apply for a Rutgers College Academic Excellence Award shortly after their offer of admission to Rutgers College. Eligible continuing students are invited to apply at the end of each academic year. All Rutgers College Academic Excellence Awards are processed through the Office of the Dean.

Mitchell Adelman Memorial Scholarship for Creative Writing. For sophomores, juniors, or seniors who are in the top third of their class and have an interest in creative writing. Applicants submit short stories or poems to a selection committee.

Antonio Africano Endowed Scholarship. For full-time undergraduate students based on academic merit and financial need, with preference for student(s) who attended Emerson High School or Union Hill High School, Union City, New Jersey.

Dr. Scipio Africano Endowed Scholarship. For full-time undergraduate students based on academic merit, with preference for student(s) who attended Emerson High School, Union City, New Jersey.

Jerome and Lorraine Aresty Research Scholarship. For students who submit a proposal for the Henry Rutgers Scholars Program; based on academic accomplishments and the quality of the research proposal.

Jerome and Lorraine Aresty Scholarship. For an outstanding student(s) who is a resident of New Jersey. Financial need also is a consideration.

The Bainton Family Scholarship. For juniors and seniors; based on academic merit and financial need.

David and Dorothy Bernstein Scholarship. For students in the Rutgers College General Honors Program in support of a summer research experience in a biophysical chemistry/ molecular biophysics laboratory at Rutgers. Applicants submit materials to the Bernstein Selection Committee.

Bloomberg Financial Markets. For sophomores majoring in mathematics or economics; based on academic merit and financial need.

William Taylor Buck and Gertrude Havens Truex Buck Memorial Scholarship. Based on academic merit and financial need.

Edward M. Burnett Scholarship. For a student(s)who is a resident of Union Township, New Jersey.

Cap & Skull Endowed Scholarship. For sophomores who exhibit the values of Cap & Skull: scholarship, leadership, and service to Rutgers.

Herman Y. Carr Scholarship in Physics and Astronomy. For juniors or seniors majoring in physics or astronomy. Based on faculty recommendations and academic merit.

Marvin Harold Cheiten Award. Awarded to senior(s) with highest academic record.

Crandon F. Clark Oral History Archives Internship Scholarship. For sophomores who demonstrate the ability to assist the Oral History Archives program in compiling the oral histories of Rutgers University alumni/ae.

Class of 1909 Scholarship. Based on academic merit and financial need.

Class of 1915 Waksman Scholarship. For a student(s) with high academic achievement and financial need who demonstrates strong personal character through participation in community and extracurricular activities.

Class of 1917, 1766 Fund. For a graduating senior(s) who is a descendant of the Rutgers College Class of 1917.

Class of 1920 Endowed Merit Scholarship. For a student(s) at Rutgers College or the School of Engineering; based on academic merit.

Class of 1922 Old Guard Scholarship. Granted annually to students who are New Jersey residents and are enrolled at Rutgers College, Cook College, and the School of Engineering; based on academic merit.

Class of 1923 Scholarship. Based on academic merit and financial need.

Class of 1924 Scholarship. Preference given to students who are children of Rutgers College alumni.

Class of 1925 Scholarship. For student(s) of Cook College, Rutgers College, and the School of Engineering, with preference given to descendants of the Class of 1925; based on academic performance.

Class of 1929 Scholarship. Based on academic merit and financial need.

Class of 1931 Scholarship. Based on academic merit and financial need.

Class of 1932 Scholarship. Based on academic merit.

Class of 1934 Spence Memorial Scholarship. For a student(s) attending Rutgers, Douglass, or Cook College, with preference given to students who are lineal descendants of alumni of the Class of 1934; based on academic merit, financial need, and leadership or service to the university or community.

Class of 1938 Memorial Scholarship. Based on academic merit.

Class of 1944-Crandon Clark Scholarship. For Rutgers College sophomores, and renewable through the senior year, on the basis of academic merit, character, and financial need. Preference given to graduates of Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey, High School; Ridgewood, New Jersey, High School; Teaneck, New Jersey, High School; or Cheshire Academy, Cheshire, Connecticut. Preference also given to members of the Rutgers football or track teams, or ROTC members who plan to participate in advanced ROTC.

Class of 1944 Endowed Scholarship. Based on academic merit.

Class of 1954 Merit Scholarship. Based on academic merit.

Class of 1963 Good Citizen Scholarship. For a full-time junior or senior; based on academic merit, achievement, leadership, and community service.

Class of 1964 Honors Scholarship. For participant(s) in the Rutgers College General Honors Program.

Class of 1966 Scholarship. Based on academic merit.

Class of 1969 Scholarship. For participant(s) in the Rutgers College General Honors Program; based on financial need.

Class of 1979 Merit Scholarship. Based on academic merit, with preference given to a student(s) who is a descendant of a member of the Class of 1979.

Class of 1988 Scholarship. For juniors or seniors who demonstrate personal character through service to the community. Preference given to descendants of the Rutgers College Class of 1988.

Class of 2001 Student Leadership Endowed Scholarship. Based on leadership, merit, and financial need.

1929 Sara C. Clavin Memorial Scholarship. For full-time students; based on academic excellence.

College Scholars Scholarship. Based on academic merit.

Jerome and Suzanne Deady Memorial Scholarship. For a student(s) enrolled in Rutgers College or Douglass College.

William H.S. Demarest Scholarship. For a first-year student(s), preferably one who is preparing for a career in the ministry and who is a resident of New Brunswick or its vicinity.

Katherine Frey Dickerson Scholarship. For students who express an intention to study for the Protestant ministry.

James F. Dougherty Endowed Scholarship. Based on academic merit.

Harriett and Robert Druskin Endowed Scholarship. Based on academic merit and financial need.

Ervin S. Fulop Scholarship Fund. For a full-time student(s); based on academic merit and financial need.

Gaipa Endowment Scholarship. Based on financial need.

Robert E. Galbraith Scholarship. For a student(s) in a premedical major.

Garretson Scholarship. For an undergraduate Rutgers University-New Brunswick/Piscataway student(s) based on academic merit, financial need, good character, and instructor recommendations, with preference given to Somerset County residents and those students studying for the Christian ministry.

Elmer Godwin Endowed Scholarship. For full-time undergraduate students based on academic merit, with preference given to incoming Educational Opportunity Fund Program students.

Frank T. Gorman, Jr., Scholarship. Award for excellence in the humanities to students who participate in the Rutgers College General Honors Program.

Dr. Roy T. Gottesman Memorial Scholarship. For full-time undergraduate students majoring in chemistry or chemical engineering, based on academic merit. Preference will be given to rising seniors who plan on pursuing postgraduate education in a related field.

The Grillo Family Endowed Scholarship. Based on academic merit and financial need.

Richard E. Gruen Memorial Scholarship. For a New Jersey resident(s) who is majoring in the arts or sciences.

Oswald Haldane, '73 Scholarship. Based on academic merit and financial need.

Raymond Hill Memorial Scholarship. For a full-time student(s) majoring in economics or accounting; based primarily on academic standing and financial need.

Timothy Hubbard Scholarship. Based on academic merit or financial need.

Henry N. Johnson Memorial Scholarship. Based on academic merit or financial need.

Charles H. Karczewski Memorial Endowed Scholarship. For full-time undergraduate students majoring in history, based on academic merit and financial need.

Noemie Benczer Koller Scholarship in Physics and Astronomy. For juniors or senior females majoring in physics or astronomy. Based on faculty recommendations and academic merit.

Elizabeth and Adam Krauss Permanent Memorial Scholarship.

Norma and Sol D. Kugler Endowed Scholarship. For juniors based on academic merit or financial need. Recipient must reside in Bergen County and must major in a Rutgers Business School discipline or in Jewish studies, with preference given to underrepresented minorities to increase diversity in these areas of study.

Hans Lagerloef Scholarship. For a student(s) who is a resident of New Jersey, with preference given to those from the Township of Weehawken.

Lambda Chi Alpha-Paul V. Maggio Scholarship. For juniors or seniors based on academic achievement, leadership, and community service.

Bonnie Wallace LeClear Scholarship. Based on academic merit or financial need.

Egbert LeFavre Scholarship. For a premedical or biological sciences major(s).

Duncan and Nancy MacMillan. For full-time students, based on academic merit and financial need, with preference to veterans and students who are between the ages of 21 and 30.

Peter F.E. Marapodi Scholarship. For a full-time student majoring in chemistry, with preference for a student who is a New Jersey resident; based on academic merit.

Franklin J. Marryott Endowed Scholarship. For full-time undergraduate students studying music or history, with preference given to students whose hometown is Jamesburg, New Jersey.

Franklin J. Marryott Undergraduate Research Award. For students majoring in history who submit a proposal for the Henry Rutgers Scholars Program; based on academic accomplishments and the quality of the research proposal.

Harold H. and Reba Martin Endowed Scholarship Fund. For full-time undergraduate juniors and seniors based on academic merit and financial need.

McGimpsey & Cafferty Endowed Scholarship. For juniors or seniors who participate in the prelaw advising program at Rutgers College. Based on academic merit.

Louis B. Migliorini Scholarship. For a resident(s) of Middlesex County, New Jersey.

George Morris Scholarship. Based on academic merit and financial need.

David Murray Scholarship. For a student(s) who is a resident of Middlesex County, New Jersey; based on academic merit and financial need.

Thomas H. Nied Endowed Scholarship Fund. For full-time undergraduate students based on academic merit and financial need.

Dorothy O'Leary Endowed Scholarship. For full-time students majoring in journalism and media studies.

Douglass J. O'Neill Endowed Student-Athlete Memorial Scholarship. For a full-time undergraduate athlete based on academic merit, financial need, and service to the community; preference given to those students who work with children.

Susan and George Parker Memorial Scholarship. For a full-time junior(s) or senior(s) majoring in economics or a Rutgers Business School: Undergraduate-New Brunswick student, based on academic excellence.

John W. and Irene B. Perrine Scholarship. For a New Jersey resident who is majoring in English; based on academic merit.

Frances Stafford Peshine Scholarship.
For a student(s) who is majoring in public administration, political science, or government administration.

Estate of Ada Piltz Scholarship. Based on academic merit or financial need.

Jules and Jane Plangere Scholarship. For a full-time undergraduate student who is a graduate of a) Asbury Park, New Jersey, High School; or b) any public high school in Monmouth County, New Jersey; based on financial need.

Richard J. Plano Summer Internship in Physics and Astronomy. Summer research stipends for students majoring in physics or astronomy and working on an innovative research project. Based on faculty recommendations and academic merit.

Rahway Scholarship. For a student(s) who is a resident of Rahway, New Jersey.

Wendell P. Reid Memorial Scholarship. Based on academic merit and financial need.

Norman and Syril Reitman Premed Scholarship. For an outstanding premedical student(s) who has demonstrated financial need.

Arrigo Rogers Memorial Scholarship. For students participating in the Rutgers College Educational Opportunity Fund. Based on academic merit, community service, and civic leadership.

Rutgers College Endowed Scholarship in Economics. For students majoring in economics.

Rutgers College Honors Scholarship.
For a full-time member of the Rutgers College General Honors Program; based on academic merit.

Rutgers College Scholarship. Based on academic merit.

Rutgers University Alumni Scholarship. Based on academic merit.

Rutgers University Premed Scholarship. For a premedical student(s) who is a junior or senior.

Scott Schertzer Endowed Memorial Scholarship. For juniors majoring in labor management/employee relations, business, or economics, and who have demonstrated improved academic ability. Preference given to students who graduated from a high school in Middlesex County, New Jersey.

William L. Schoonover Scholarship. Based on academic performance and financial need.

Alan Marc Schreiber Memorial Scholarship and Research Award. For students who demonstrate academic merit, with preference given to students majoring in mathematics. Research award for student conducting Henry Rutgers Scholars Projectin mathematics or economics.

Robert L. Sells Scholarship in Physics and Astronomy. For juniors or seniors majoring in physics or astronomy. Based on faculty recommendations and academic merit.

Shur Family Rutgers College Prelaw Scholarship. For juniors or seniors who are majoring in history and who participate in the prelaw advising program at Rutgers College. Based on academic merit and financial need.

Jim Sierk Scholar Athlete Scholarship. For a full-time undergraduate student wrestler; based on academic merit and demonstrated athletic ability.

Dr. Joseph J. Soporowski Scholarship. Based on academic merit and financial need.

Agnes V. Taino Memorial Scholarship. For full-time undergraduate students based on academic merit and financial need, with preference to a resident of Bayonne, New Jersey.

Hugh E. Thompson Memorial Scholarship. For a sophomore, junior, or senior; based on academic merit and financial need.

George W. Triblehorn, Jr., Scholarship. For a junior or senior majoring in economics or business. Jane W. Triblehorn Memorial Scholarship. For a full-time junior or senior majoring in economics or business; based on academic merit.

Emma Twyman Memorial Scholarship. For Rutgers College students who are members of the Educational Opportunity Fund program.

Francesco G. Urbano Scholarship. Based on academic performance and financial need.

Theodore Frelinghuysen Vail Prize. Based on academic merit.

John A. Van Der Poel Scholarship. For a student(s) majoring in science, with preference given to chemistry majors; based on academic performance.

Cornelia B. Van Pelt Scholarship. For students who are studying art and music.

Verizon Scholarship. For an outstanding New Jersey resident(s) enrolled in Douglass College, Rutgers College, or the School of Engineering who demonstrate(s) active participation in extracurricular and community events.

War Memorial Scholarship. For a first-year student(s) on the basis of academic merit and personal leadership qualities.

Elizabeth Wehr Scholarship. For a student(s) attending Douglass College or Rutgers College majoring in the humanities; based on academic performance.

Mary Wheeler Wigner Memorial Scholarship. For juniors or seniors majoring in physics. Based on academic merit and financial need.

Charles H. Winfield Scholarship. Based on academic merit or financial need.

Women's League of Rutgers Community Service Award. For undergraduate students who have completed three years of college study (four most recent terms at Rutgers College). Based on high academic merit and outstanding community service within and outside Rutgers University.

 
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