Rutgers University–Newark students have the ability to qualify and apply for scholarship support. Scholarships come from various programs both inside and outside of the University. They may have a variety of qualifying requirements for students in cooperation with Financial Aid. If interested, you should contact your school, college, or The Office of Financial Aid.
Below is a look at key scholarship opportunities currently being offered at Rutgers University-Newark:
Honors Living-Learning Community
The Honors Living-Learning Community (HLLC) is a transformative college access and success program that fosters the academic, social, and personal development of talented first-year and transfer students with a desire to make a difference in their communities and beyond. HLLC builds supportive networks among diverse students who desire to live and learn together.
- Offers a residential scholarship that covers room and board
- Provides personalized faculty mentoring and academic advisement
- Introduces the cohort to an innovative and interdisciplinary curriculum
- Exposes students to meaningful internships and research assistantships
- Helps students with academic promise to realize their dreams
For more information, visit HLLC
Rutgers University-Newark Talent and Opportunity Pathways Program
The Rutgers University-Newark Talent and Opportunity Pathways program or RU-N to the TOP—is a financial aid program that provides a “last-dollar” scholarship, meaning that this scholarship will cover the cost of in-state tuition and mandatory school fees after all federal, state, and internal/external scholarships and grants have been applied. The scholarship program starts for students entering Rutgers University-Newark for the first time in the Fall 2016 school year.
For more information, visit RU-N to the TOP
Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship
Phi Theta Kappa has named Rutgers University-Newark to its 2018 Transfer Honor Roll, which identifies the top four-year colleges and universities creating dynamic pathways to support transfer students.
This transfer student exclusive scholarship award was created for students who are attending any of the 19 NJ community colleges and are members of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. Phi Theta Kappa scholarship recipients are notified by March for fall enrollment.
Criteria for consideration are specific so please review them carefully:
- Students who are enrolled full-time in a transfer program at a community college at the time of application.
- Students who are a member of their community college’s Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society at the time of application.
- Students who have completed 45 credits at the time of application.
- Students who will be earning an associate’s degree in arts (A.A.) or science (A.S.)
- At the time of enrollment must have a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.8 for consideration; grades from all college courses are considered.
- Students must enroll directly from the community college, with no intervening enrollment at another institution.
For more on Phi Theta Kappa, visit Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship