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Your gift creates possibility for future SU alumni. Our scholarships make the difference for countless students pursuing the dream of higher education. Help us support the next generation. Give now.

The Our Time Has Come Scholarships

The following scholarships are available each year to students who meet eligibility criteria and complete the application process by the deadline. For more information, contact Angela Morales-Patterson at aamorale@syr.edu or 315-443-4556.


ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS:

Frank Carmona Scholarship: Undergraduate Latino students. First awarded in 1987-88.


Undergraduate Black and Hispanic Scholarship: African American and Latino students. First awarded in 1989-90.
 
Undergraduate Black and Hispanic in Public Communications Scholarship: African American and Latino students enrolled in the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. First awarded in 1989-90.
 
Wayne K. Brown Scholarship: Undergraduate African American and Latino students enrolled in the S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. First awarded in 1990-91.
 
Leon O. Woods Scholarship: Undergraduate African American students enrolled in The College of Arts and Sciences. First awarded in 1990-91.
 
David Bing Scholarship: Undergraduate African American and Latino students. First awarded in 1992-93.
 
Corning Scholarship: Undergraduate African American students majoring in engineering subjects in the College of Engineering and Computer Science. First awarded in 1992-93.
 
Undergraduate Black and Hispanic in Engineering Scholarship: Engineering majors enrolled in the College of Engineering and Computer Science. First awarded in 1993-94.
 
Undergraduate Black and Hispanic in Liberal Arts (Arts and Sciences) Scholarship: Students enrolled in The College of Arts and Sciences. First awarded in 1993-94.
 
DeLuca Charitable Trust Endowed Scholarship: African American and Latino students undergraduate scholarship. First awarded in 1997-98.
 
Ruby Helen Henry and Marion A. Goodwin Scholarship: African American undergraduate students. First awarded in 1997-98.
 
Angela Y. Robinson Scholarship: African American and Latino juniors or seniors enrolled in the S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications who are majoring in broadcast journalism. First awarded in 1998-99.
 
Homer L. Harrison Scholarship: African American and Latino undergraduates enrolled in the Martin J. Whitman School of Management. First awarded in 2002-03.
 
Graduate Black and Hispanic Scholarship: African American and Latino students. First awarded in 2003-04.
 
Lois and Martin J. Whitman Undergraduate Scholarship: African American and Latino students. First awarded in 2006-07.
 
Lee Poindexter Anthon Scholarship: African American and Latino freshman students who are graduates of the Leadership and Public Service High School. First awarded in 2008-09.
 
Syracuse 8 Scholarship Fund: African American or Latino first-year students who exhibited leadership skills and participated in community service activities during
high school. First awarded in 2011-12.
 
Delta Sigma Theta Endowed Scholarship: Provides scholarship financial assistance to undergraduate students enrolled full time at Syracuse University, with preference to African American or Latino students. First awarded in 2014-15.
 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Iota Upsilon Chapter Alumnae Endowed Scholarship Fund: Provides financial assistance to undergraduate students, with first preference to an eligible undergraduate Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. student. The first award is scheduled for August 2016.
 
Mimi Delyne Flack Endowed Scholarship for Graduate Social Work Students: Provides scholarship and financial assistance to a graduate student in the School of Social Work, with preference to African American and/or Latino students. The first award is scheduled for August 2016.


NON-ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS:

Joyce DuVall Robb Scholarship: African American or Latino students enrolled in the Martin J. Whitman School of Management or School of Education. First awarded in 2008-09.


Philip J. Davis Undergraduate in Public Communication Scholarship: African American students enrolled in the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. First awarded in 2009-10.


Latino and African American Graduate Supported Scholarship: Students enrolled in schools and colleges other than the Martin J. Whitman School of Management. First awarded in 2009-10.


Helena Mitchell Scholarship Fund: Provides financial assistance to sophomore students in the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, with preference to African American or Native American students. First awarded in 2011-12.


Maxmillian Osiris Radford Finley Memorial Scholarship Fund: African American or Hispanic junior or senior students majoring in environmental engineering, or for any engineering major who is from Atlanta, Georgia, or the southeastern United States. First awarded in 2011-12.


Phi Iota Alpha Scholarship: Latino freshmen students who attended Summer Start and who demonstrate a willingness to be active in the Syracuse community. First awarded in 2014-15.


Wegman’s Food Markets Scholarship: African American or Latino undergraduate students. First awarded 2014-15.


Keith Brown and Victor Holman Scholarship: Scholarship and financial assistance to graduate students with a GPA of 3.0 or above, with preference to African American and Latino students. First awarded in 2015-16

Meet the OTHC Scholars

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The Our Time Has Come Scholarship has helped make my dream of attending Syracuse University a reality and has helped me and my family significantly financially.” -Taylyn Washington-Harmon Meet our scholars

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