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Office of University Undergraduate Admissions

All admitted students who apply for admission by the official admissions deadline are automatically considered for the merit awards administered by the Office of UniversityUndergraduate Admissions. Separate applications forms are not required. All scholarships are renewable unless otherwise stated. All recipients will be informed as to the renewal eligibility requirements. Questions concerning these scholarships may be directed to the Office of University Undergraduate Admissions at 732/932-info.

James T. Bryan. For first-year African-American students who reside in the greater New Brunswick area and enroll in Rutgers College, Douglass College, Newark College of Arts and Sciences, or the College of Nursing.

James Dickson Carr Scholarship. For minority students on the basis of academic promise as demonstrated in high school work and SAT or ACT scores.

Robert B. Clark-Roche. For first-year students majoring in mathematics or a natural science. Merit and financial need are considered and preference is given to women and students of color.

Class of 1940 Merit. For first-year students who enroll at Cook College, Rutgers College, or the School of Engineering. Preference given to descendants of members of the class of 1940.

Class of 1941 Scholarship. Preference given to descendantsof members of the Class of 1941. Contact the Rutgers Alumni Association.

Class of 1970 Scholarship. Preference given to descendants of members of the Class of 1970. Contact the Rutgers Alumni Association.

Class of 1980 Scholarship. Preference given to descendants of members of the Class of 1980. Contact the Rutgers Alumni Association.

Herman T. Hopper Scholarship. For students who reside in Rockland County, New York.

Theodore J. and F. Elizabeth Kirsch Southern California Scholarship Fund. For students who reside and attend public high school in the California communities of San Jose, San Mateo, and Palm Desert. Both merit and financial need are considered.

Frances B. and Paige D. L'Hommedieu Scholarship Fund . For transfer students who complete the associate degree at a New Jersey county college. Must be residents of New Jersey.

National Merit Scholarship. For first-year students.Eligible students are selected by the National Merit Corporation and must select Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, as their first choice college.

National Achievement Scholarship. For first-year African-American students. Eligible students are selected by the National Merit Corporation and must select Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, as their first-choice college.

Outstanding Scholars Recruitment Program (OSRP). For first-year New Jersey residents on the basis of academic merit and SAT scores; renewable for three years based on academic performance.

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Scholarship. For Phi Theta Kappa members who are graduates of New Jersey county colleges, based on academic performance. Must be residents of New Jersey. Renewable for three semesters based on academic performance.

Rutgers National Scholarship. For outstanding first-year, out-of-state (non-New Jersey residents) students on the basis of academic merit and SAT scores; renewable for three years based on academic performance.

Rutgers University Alumni Federation Legacy Scholarship. Established by the Alumni Federation in 1995 to provide merit scholarship awards to outstanding sons and daughters of alumni in their first year of undergraduate study at Rutgers. Nonrenewable.

Rutgers University Award for Academic Achievement. Awarded to first-year minority students on the basis of academic promise as demonstrated in high school work and SAT or ACT scores.


 
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