Scholarships must be renewed by filing the FAFSA and TAP Application for the following academic year. Full and partial scholarships, in combination with all New York state aid, may not exceed charges for tuition. Scholarship applicants are urged to apply early in the school year since scholarships are awarded on a priority basis and are subject to the current budget. Recipients must maintain a required cumulative index and full-time status for renewal of their scholarships and awards. The administration reserves the right to withdraw scholarships or awards if these requirements are not met. (Please see "Academic Policies and Procedures" section of the catalog for an explanation of cumulative average.)
Alumni Lifetime Scholarships
Graduation for Molloy students is truly a commencement. After receiving their degree, graduates may return as often as they choose, on a space available basis, to audit courses in the level in which the degree was awarded. With the payment of all non-tuition fees, alumni are forever welcome at Molloy. Growth, recreation and enhancement of the person are lifelong endeavors, totally congruous with Molloy's "life-time scholarships". Records of courses that have been audited will be retained and transcripts will be issued upon written request and submission of appropriate fee. At no time will credit be granted for audited courses.
Grants up to full tuition are given to full-time students based on athletic ability. Recipients must maintain a minimum cumulative index of 2.0, file the required financial aid applications annually and continue to participate in the sport for which the grant was given.
Dominican Academic Scholarships
These partial tuition scholarships, ranging from $4,000 to $20,000 are based on academic achievement. Recipients must be first semester full-time freshmen who must maintain at least a 3.0 cumulative index for a maximum of eight consecutive semesters for renewal. Recipients must also file the required financial aid applications annually for renewal of this scholarship. Application deadline: March 1.
Eagle Scout Award Scholarship
This scholarship of $1,000 per academic year is awarded to a freshman candidate who is an Eagle Scout award recipient from the Long Island region. Molloy College is proud to offer this special incentive award to a talented young man to encourage educational success.
Encarnacion Amor Verde Scholarship
These partial to full tuition scholarships are awarded to full-time students of Hispanic ancestry, with preference given to incoming freshmen. Eligible candidates must have a strong academic background (the equivalent of a B+ high school average) and have demonstrated involvement in and commitment to the Hispanic community. The recipient must maintain an overall cumulative index of 3.0.
Fine Arts and Performing Arts Scholarships
These are up-to-the-full tuition scholarships awarded to entering full-time freshmen who are adjudged to have exceptional talent or have achieved proficiency in art, music or communication arts. Qualifications are demonstrated through audition, the submission of a portfolio or other documented experience. Recipients must major in the areas for which the scholarships are awarded and maintain at least a 3.0 cumulative average for a maximum of 8 consecutive semesters for renewal. Recipients must also file the required financial aid applications annually for renewal of this scholarship.
Girl Scout Gold Award Scholarship
This scholarship of $1,000 per academic year is awarded to a freshman candidate who is a Girl Scout Gold award recipient from the Long Island region. Molloy College is proud to offer this special incentive award to talented young women to encourage educational success.
Molloy College Community Service Award
A partial tuition award ranging from $1,000 to $5,000 per year is awarded to an incoming student who has demonstrated a commitment to his/her community and school. It is renewable annually for a maximum of eight consecutive semesters. Criteria for renewal are a minimum G.P.A. of 2.5 and continued commitment to community service through college activities.
Molloy College Grant
Institutional grant money is awarded to students who demonstrate financial eligibility as determined through the financial aid forms. Renewal of this institutional grant money is not automatic; the student must file the appropriate forms annually to demonstrate financial need. Additionally, the student must be full-time and maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of a 2.0.
Molloy College Scholar's Program
These are full tuition scholarships for entering full-time freshmen. Awards are based on academic achievement and college aptitude test scores. Minimum eligibility requirements are a minimum of 95 percent high school average and either a minimum score of 1380 combined from critical reading and math or a minimum of 29 on the ACT. Students must maintain a minimum cumulative index of 3.5 for a maximum of eight consecutive semesters taking a maximum of 16 credits each semester for renewal. Recipients must also file the required financial aid applications annually for renewal of this scholarship. Application deadline: December 15.
Phi Theta Kapa Scholarship
These scholarships of $1,000 per academic year are awarded to undergraduate incoming transfer students who are members of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society of the Two-Year College. Recipients must maintain a 3.0 G.P.A. and file the required financial aid applications annually for scholarship renewal.
Scholarships ranging from $1,500 to $5,000 awarded to full-time undergraduate transfer students who have completed at least 30 credits of full-time course work at a previous college. Recipients must be transferring in a minimum cumulative index of a 3.0. For nursing majors, a 3.3 cumulative index is required. Recipients must also file the required financial aid applications annually for renewal of this scholarship.
Dual degree program for transfer second degree students
Scholarships of $1000 are awarded to students who are eligible for the undergraduate transfer scholarship for the first two years of attendance, or until completion of the sequence NUR 305 and NUR 306. Student must transfer in a cumulative average of at least a 3.5 and attend on a full-time basis (a minimum of 12 credits per semester).
Dual degree program for transfer registered nurses
Scholarships of $1000 are awarded to students who are eligible for the undergraduate transfer scholarship providing they meet the basic criteria for the award. The student must be full-time (a minimum of 12 credits per semester) and transfer a cumulative average of at least a 3.5 for consideration of this scholarship.
Renewal of the scholarship in the dual degree programs is contingent upon maintaining the cumulative G.P.A. designated upon receiving the scholarship and attending on a full-time basis. Recipients must also file the required financial aid applications annually for renewal of this scholarship. The financial aid office reserves the right to withdraw a student from consideration of the scholarship if he/she is not meeting the basic criteria outlined above. Additionally, recipients may not simultaneously receive a graduate assistant award and a transfer scholarship.
Tuition Reduction for Relatives Attending
A reduction in tuition of $1000 granted to the lower classman attending full-time when more than one member of the immediate family, living in the same household, is already enrolled as a full-time student in the college.
Tuition Reduction for Sibling Attending Parochial School
A reduction in tuition of $500 granted to the classman attending full-time when one or more members of the immediate family, living in the same household, enrolls in a parochial school. Please contact the Office of Financial Aid for additional information.