Albert Dorman Honors College Scholarships

Albert Dorman Honors College scholars receive significant merit scholarships based on their academic performance in high school and on SAT/ACT scores.  Honors students receive awards up to full tuition and room.  Current scholars may apply for one-time awards through the Honors Dean’s Fund to help offset expenses needed to conduct independent research, present at conferences, or study abroad.  For questions about this scholarship opportunity, please send an email to Honors@njit.edu.

Newly Admitted Honors Students (Current High School Seniors)

Students admitted to the Honors College for Fall 2018 can apply for additional scholarships offered through the Dorman Honors College by completing this scholarship form, and uploading the appropriate materials for consideration by April 2, 2018.  This form allows students to apply for the following scholarships:

 

Frederick and Florence Bauder Scholarship For students with a particular ability in chemistry, mathematics or physics (although all majors are eligible). Selected “Bauder Scholars” will receive $2500 per year for four consecutive years (3 years for accelerated students, 5 years for architectures students.)
Women with STEAM (WWS) Scholarship For newly admitted female scholars. Five scholarships of $1500 each will be awarded to students pursuing a degree program in science, technology, engineering, architecture, or mathematics. Selected scholars will attend an annual WWS forum at NJIT and also be awarded an incentive scholarship of $500-$1000  if they maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher after the first year at NJIT.
National Merit Scholarship Award This scholarship provides $1500 per year for four consecutive years (3 years for accelerated students, 5 years for architecture students). To be considered, students must be National Merit semi-finalists or finalists.
STEM Academy Scholarship For students from a magnet or specialized STEM high school. This scholarship provides $1500 per year for four consecutive years (3 years for accelerated students, 5 years for architecture students).  Home-schooled students may also apply for this award.

First Generation and Upward Mobility Scholarship

This scholarship provides $2000 per year for four consecutive years (3 years for accelerated students, 5 years for architecture students).  To qualify, applicants must demonstrate financial need by qualifying for federal Pell grant and/or be of the first in their immediate family to pursue a four-year college degree.

Selected scholars will be notified the week of April 10, 2018 and will have until May 1, 2018 to accept the new scholarship offer (s). 

Please note:  All scholarships noted above may be awarded in addition to any scholarships offered by NJIT.  However, if the total amount of your scholarships and grants exceed award limitations for tuition, fees, room and board expenses, your financial aid awards package may be adjusted.   For details, see the Office of Student Financial Aid Services (SFAS) policies and procedures web page, https://www.njit.edu/financialaid/new/.

Transfer Students
New transfer honors students receive an Honors award up to $5000 per year.