College of Community and Public Affairs

Tuition and Funding

Information about tuition and fees for the college’s graduate programs are presented on the University's Graduate School costs and funding webpage.

Information about tuition and fees for the college’s undergraduate program, human development, are available on the University’s Undergraduate Admissions webpage.

Scholarship information

Scholarships and Fellowships

How to apply

There are scholarships for both graduate and undergraduate students of the College of Community and Public Affairs. Applicants must be matriculated in CCPA or accepted for admission, be enrolled for full or part-time study, and be in good academic standing.  

These scholarships are for tuition expenses, and are awarded for a range of criteria from $500 to $3,000.  Some are need-based — eligible students are automatically considered after filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Others require a specific application, and are due by April 17 and can be uploaded or sent to:

CCPA Scholarship Committee
College of Community and Public Affairs
PO Box 6000
Binghamton, NY 13902-600

They may also be delivered to the CCPA Dean's Office (UDC-333). 

Scholarships for CCPA graduate students

Helen Hudda Gow Graduate Scholarship

Awarded to a graduate student with demonstrated financial need maintaining a minimum GPA of 3.0. Selected by the Dean of the College of Community and Public Affairs.

To apply

  • Submit application 
  • Submit Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

Theodore Rector Scholarship

Awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Student Affairs Administration with a GPA of 3.0 and demonstrated financial needed. Selected by CCPA Scholarship Committee.

To apply

  • Submit application 
  • Submit Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) 

MSW student fellowships/field placement awards

Fellowship and Field Placement Awards in Social Work are available to matriculated and newly admitted MSW students. Please contact the Department of Social Work for more information.

CCPA scholarship for graduate and undergraduate students

Awarded to matriculated students with demonstrated financial need. Selected by CCPA Scholarship Committee.
Requirements

To apply

  • Submit application
  • Submit Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
  • Demonstrated financial need
  • Good academic standing
  • Matriculated as a graduate or undergraduate student in CCPA 

Axtell Promise Award

Awarded to matriculated graduate students with a demonstrated record of academic excellence and a commitment to public service. Selected by the Dean of the College of Community and Public Affairs.

Requirements

  • Letter of interest submitted to jdorak@binghamton.edu

Barnes and Noble Scholarship

Scholarships are available to graduate students matriculated in or admitted to the College of Community and Public Affairs. Selected by faculty committee.

Requirements

Constance Coiner Undergraduate Senior Scholarship

Awarded to a matriculated undergraduate student who will be a senior in the fall semester. Selected by Human Development faculty committee.

To apply

  • Application (pdf)
  • At least one faculty statement of support
  • Matriculated, undergraduate senior
  • 3.0 GPA or higher
  • Demonstrated community and/or extracurricular involvement in activities related to social change
  • 1000-1250 word essay

Roger L. and Mary F. Kresge CCPA Scholarships

Awarded to matriculated undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need. Selected by Human Development Faculty Committee.

To apply

  • Submit application 
  • Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
  • Matriculated
  • Demonstrated financial need
  • Good academic standing
  • Broome County resident who graduated from a Broome County high school or lived in Broome County for two or more years with a commitment to being an active resident
  • Planning a career working with children or young adults

Latin American Partnership Fund

Awarded to matriculated students, faculty and staff with interests in South America. Can support study abroad, research or other activities. 

To apply 

  • Submit application 
  • Demonstrated financial need
  • Evidence of the application for or availability of other funds, and additional evidence of applicant's interests in Latin America (outlined in detail in the application)

Maureen C. White Adult Learner Scholarship

Awarded to matriculated students age 25 years or older with demonstrated financial need. Selected by CCPA Scholarship Committee.

To apply 

  • Submit application
  • Submit Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
  • Demonstrated financial need
  • Good financial standing
  • Matriculated student 
  • 25 years of age or older

Mian Scholarship

Awarded annually to a human development student. Recipient should show continuous academic improvement, preference will be given to students facing a financial hardship.

Reeves-Ellington Study Abroad Scholarship

Awarded to matriculated graduate or undergraduate students with demonstrated interest in international study or languages. Selected by CCPA Scholarship Committee.  Applications for this scholarship are due by March 1, 2017.

To apply

  • Submit application 
  • Good financial standing
  • Matriculated graduate or undergraduate student
  • Interest in international study or languages

Clifford D. Clark Minority Fellowships (graduate students only)

Awarded to outstanding minority students from groups historically underrepresented in the University's graduate and professional programs. Awards are given to full-time students who are Native American Indian, African American or Hispanic American, are U.S. citizens or have permanent resident status, and are newly admitted to a graduate program unit. 

See Graduate School information on Clark Fellowships.

Last Updated: 4/11/17