A complete application packet for admission to the Graduate School must be submitted to the Graduate Enrollment Office prior to or simultaneously with the scholarship application in order for an applicant to be considered a candidate for any scholarship.
A student who receives any scholarship or grant should be aware that the award may reduce the student's loan. Scholarships are competitive. Monies allotted are dependent on funds available each semester.
The Graduate Assistantship is an exciting opportunity for full-time students, which covers the full cost of tuition for up to 30 credits taken during the contracted academic year. In return, the Graduate Assistant works 15 hours per week in an assigned Graduate School office and receives a stipend of up to $5,000 paid bi-weekly through the contract year.
The Graduate School offers the opportunity to apply for a Graduate Assistantship to full-time graduate students who have earned a minimum cumulative G.P.A. of 3.25. The applicant's overall GPA will be considered as of the deadline date. Please note that for those applicants without a GPA in the Graduate School, the overall undergraduate GPA will be considered. Applicants are required to submit the application, statement of qualifications, resume and two sealed letters of recommendation. If appropriate, applicants may be selected to come in for an interview with the awards committee.
The graduate assistantship contract year runs from July 1 through June 30. The 30 credits of tuition remission must be completed during the contract year. Graduate students are not permitted to pursue additional employment either on campus or off campus during the contract year. Graduate students planning to student teach or complete an internship during their contract year must discuss these plans with the awards committee in the application or during the interview. Applications for the Graduate Assistantship award are available in October of the preceding contract year in any of the division offices.
Graduate Assistants must complete 30 graduate credits and maintain a 3.0 cumulative average within the contract year. Typically, students earn the 30 credits by taking 12 credits in the fall and spring semesters and six credits distributed over the summer sessions or winter intersession. Each graduate assistant will meet with his/her advisor to determine an appropriate schedule. Graduate Assistants are expected to work 46 weeks in an assigned office for 15 hours per week (for a total of 690 hours). A mutually agreed upon time schedule is set up between the office supervisor and the graduate assistants. Graduate Assistants are not eligible to receive any other CNR award during the contract year.
Office skills, interpersonal abilities and appropriate professional attire are also required for work in an academic environment. Typically, the College is closed on the following days: Fourth of July, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Martin Luther King Day, President's Day and Memorial Day. These holidays are not paid. There are six (unpaid) vacation weeks which include the week of Thanksgiving, Christmas week, the first week of January, the week of Spring Break, the second-to-last week of the Spring semester, and one summer week to be approved by the immediate supervisor. These weeks are subject to change
Only accepted candidates or candidates in the process of acceptance may submit an application for a Graduate Assistantship. Please call (914) 654-5561 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding the Graduate Assistantship. Graduate Assistantship applications (including statement of qualifications, resume and two sealed letters of recommendation) are due by January 15th and should be sent to:
Wendi Vescio, Associate Dean, Graduate School
The College of New Rochelle
29 Castle Place – Chidwick 103
New Rochelle, NY 10805
Deadline: January 15
Research Assistantships require nomination by and work for a full-time faculty member engaged in research, and require the student to have achieved a minimum 3.25 cumulative G.P.A. Matriculated students may receive up to six credits of tuition remission and are required to work for the nominating faculty member for up to 120 hours in the semester in which the Research Assistantship is awarded.
Students interested in receiving a Research Assistantship should discuss their interest with faculty members who are actively engaged in research. Faculty members must nominate the student at least 30 days before the semester in which the research will be completed.
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Deadline: Thirty days before the semester in which the research will be completed.
The Graduate School offers graduate students who are full-time contracted personnel at approved denominational schools and/or denominational social service agencies a reduced tuition for graduate coursework taken on campus. The amount of the grant is one half of the on-campus graduate tuition with a limit of six graduate credits per fall or spring semester and three credits per intersession and/or any summer session.
Students must submit the Community Service Grant form and a letter on school or agency letterhead to the Division Office each semester for which the student is applying for the grant. The letter must be typed on school or agency letterhead and must state that the student is a full-time employee of the school or agency. Community Service Grant applications are available in the Division Office.
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Deadline: Must be submitted prior to the beginning of each semester
The Graduate School at The College of New Rochelle is pleased to offer merit scholarships to qualifying matriculated students enrolled on the New Rochelle campus. Scholarships are awarded in the Fall and Spring semesters only. Merit scholarships are awarded for academic excellence to students achieving a minimum 3.5 cumulative G.P.A. on a competitive basis. The amount of the award will be determined based on available funds. The applicant’s grade point average will be considered as of the deadline date. Students must submit a new application for each semester in which they wish to be considered for a merit scholarship. Applications are available in the Dean’s Office. Please call 914-654-5561 or email email@example.com with any questions. Fall Deadline: June 1 Spring Deadline: November 15
Mayor’s Graduate Scholarship Program
The Mayor’s Graduate Scholarship Program (MGSP) was developed to offer full-time New York City local government employees the opportunity to compete for scholarships at accredited colleges in the metropolitan area. The College of New Rochelle is a participant in this collaborative effort with the City of New York to inspire and assist city employees in attaining their educational goals in various areas, including public administration and communications.
Key benefits of participating in the program include reduced tuition costs, the opportunity to learn progressive concepts in your field, and the chance to enhance and develop new skills while maintaining full‐time employment. It also offers a wider variety of employment and promotion opportunities.
For more information about the program, including application requirements, deadlines, and FAQs click here: http://www.nyc.gov/html/dcas/html/employees/mgsp.shtml