Scholarships

SCCC STEM scholarship

  1. STEM = Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
  2. Awarded to:   Full-time students majoring in STEM disciplines.
  3. Award:   up to $3600 annually
  4. Criteria:
    1. Must be a full-time student majoring in a STEM discipline
    2. Demonstrate academic talent and potential (GPA of 2.7 or above)
    3. Demonstrate financial need, defined by US Dept. of Education for need-based Federal financial aid (FAFSA)
    4. Are citizens of the United States, nationals, permanent residents, or refugees
    5. Application form and more information here: http://department.sunysuffolk.edu/NSFSTEM/index.asp
  5. Deadline:   AUG for Fall applications.
                          DEC 31 for Spring applications.

 

SCCC scholarship & award opportunities

Please check the link below for a lot of information. Apply to all that you are eligible!

http://www.sunysuffolk.edu/Prospects/Scholarships.asp

 

Morton D. Strassberg Memorial Award

  1. Awarded to:   Full-time or Part-time students
  2. Award:   $400-$800 (one award of $800 or two awards of $400 each)
  3. Criteria:
    1. Earth & Space Science (ESS) major
    2. 3.2 GPA for 30 credits
    3. Completed two ESS courses with a 4.0 GPA
    4. Ammerman Campus student
    5. Intend to pursue a career in the ESS field
    6. Personal statement
    7. Faculty letter of recommendation from an ESS faculty member
    8. Student may attend SCCC for next semester or another school.
    9. Must provide verification of enrollment at other school if not attending SCCC.
    10. Recipient to be chosen by ESS faculty committee
  4. Deadline:   APRIL 15

 

Betty Deroski Memorial Scholarship

  1. Awarded to:   Full-time or Part-time students
  2. Award:   $400 (1 award)
  3. Criteria:
    1. Chemistry major
    2. Completion of CHE 133, CHE 134, and CHE 250 or currently enrolled in CHE250, and expecting to successfully complete CHE 251. Most grades must be "A". Grades in MAT 141, MAT 142, and PHY 230, 232 will be considered, if chemistry grades do not clearly define the winner.
    3. 3.5 GPA for 30 credits
    4. Ammerman Campus student
    5. Student may attend SCCC for next semester or another school. Must provide verification of enrollment at other school if not attending SCCC. Personal statement.
    6. Three faculty recommendations (from Science and/or Math Faculty).
    7. Recipient chosen by Dr. Jing-Yi Chin, Assistant Academic Chair of the Physical Sciences Department.
  4. Deadline:   APRIL 15

 

Robert Warasila Achievement in Physics Award

  1. Awarded to:   Full-time or Part-time students
  2. Award:   up to $500 (1-4 awards)
  3. Criteria:
    1. Completion of PHY 130, 132, 230, 232 and enrolled in, and expected to successfully complete, PHY 245 and PHY 246. Most grades must be "A". Grades in MAT 141, MAT 142, and MAT 203 will be considered, if physics grades do not clearly define the winner.
    2. Ammerman Campus student
    3. Recipient nominated and selected by Prof. Thomas Breeden, Academic Chair of the Physical Sciences Department.
    4. Need not attend SCCC in subsequent semester.
  4. Deadline:   APRIL 15