Every year, Jewish Studies awards five or more scholarships of between $500 and $1,000, and sometimes more.
Please email a copy of your transcript, a short statement of your goals and need for the scholarship, and, if applying for the Mervis Scholarship, a faculty recommendation to Associate Dean Linda Johnson at email@example.com by that date.
Winners will be determined by the Jewish Studies B.A. Committee.
The application deadline for all scholarships is February 1st.
HERBERT AND ELAINE GIMELSTOB SCHOLARSHIP FOR JUDAIC STUDIES
- Provides for all students majoring in Jewish Studies
- The recipient is required to write an acknowledgement letter thanking the donor for the scholarship
NATHAN AND MARION CROSBY SCHOLARSHIP
There are two Nathan and Marion Crosby Scholarship awards:
- The Nathan and Marion Crosby Holocaust and Judaic Library Collections Endowment Scholarship is $500. The scholarship will be offered to an entering student who plans to major in Jewish Studies. The student is required to have a 3.5 high school grade point average and to acknowledge receipt of the award.
- The Nathan and Marion Crosby Scholarship Fund in Holocaust and Judaic Studies is $500.00. The scholarship will be offered to a Jewish Studies major, giving preference to a student who is a descendant of a victim of the Holocaust. The recipient is required to acknowledge receipt of the award.
FRANK M. MERVIS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FOR JUDAIC STUDIES
- Junior or Senior standing, at least a 3.0 GPA and/or scholarly excellence in course work.
- A commitment to some aspect of Jewish communal service, including education and teaching.
- Nomination by faculty, peer or self; supporting data including a statement of goals, record of transcript and at least one faculty letter of recommendation.
- Evaluation by the Jewish Studies B.A. Committee.
RADDOCK EMINENT SCHOLAR CHAIR ESSAY CONTEST
Open to all currently enrolled FAU undergraduate students; $250.00 Prize.
- Essays may treat any aspect of the Holocaust and its contemporary implication: ethical, moral, theological, historical, literary, philosophical, sociological and psychological themes.
- Papers may have originated as course work or be independent of such.
- Nominations by faculty or peers or self-nomination.
- 15 typewritten pages, double spaced.
Details and deadlines for submission of applications will posted on this site as they are available.