Through the auspices of the Floyd L. Moreland Scholarship Fund of the Latin/Greek Institute, a limited amount of money (contributed by friends and previous Institute students) will be available to help reduce tuition costs for some exceptionally qualified students who demonstrate need. A separate scholarship application must be filed. This can be obtained by writing to the Latin/Greek Institute at The Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10016. Filing this form also makes the student eligible for consideration for the Christina M. Dunkle Memorial Scholarship Award. These awards are privately funded and are not administered directly by The City University of New York. All applications with complete supporting materials must be received before April 12 for the 2013 program. Incomplete applications will not be considered after that date.
Undergraduates who are residents of the State of New York may be eligible for tuition assistance through the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP). Check with the financial aid office at your college or university. The phone number of the TAP office at Brooklyn College is (718) 951-5051.
Graduate students in art history and archaeology may be eligible for merit scholarships of $2000, funded by the Samuel H. Kress Foundation. No separate application is necessary.
Since our funds are extremely limited, scholarship applicants are urged to investigate the possibility of financial aid from all outside sources, including student bank loans. Information about Guaranteed Student Loans (GSL) should be secured from the financial aid officer at the school at which the student is matriculated for a degree.