A wide range of opportunities and awards are available to students in the Falk College, providing you with the means to enhance your personal, academic, and career growth. Some of these include Dean’s List, Peer Advisor Award, University Scholar, and Remembrance Scholar. Many scholarships and awards are also available for students. Opportunities include:
Students at the College are named to Dean’s list when they have achieved a minimum of a 3.4 semester grade point average and have earned at least 12 credit hours of course work. Students receive a certificate of achievement from Dean Murphy and often cite this honor on their resume, portfolio or when applying for employment.
A group of 8 to 12 academically outstanding graduating seniors are designated each year as Syracuse University Scholars. Students are selected by a University wide faculty committee from candidates nominated by the schools and colleges in the following process. Each school and college nominates academically outstanding students according to criteria developed within that college or school. Each school or college may nominate a minimum of two and as many as one student per every 100 students in this graduating class. Nominees submit a portfolio of appropriate supporting documents. Information on the selection process, including nominating forms, guidelines for student portfolios, and criteria for evaluation of co-curricular activities, is available in the college deans’ office.
The Remembrance Scholarship, one of the highest awards a Syracuse University student can receive, is given to seniors chosen for distinguished scholarship, citizenship, and service to the community.
In recognizing the achievements of the 35 Scholars, we pay tribute to the Syracuse University students and all those lost in the terrorist attack on Pan Am Flight 103 on December 21, 1988, over Lockerbie, Scotland.
The Haudenosaunee Promise Scholarship Program
Syracuse University is pleased to announce The Haudenosaunee Promise Scholarship Program. The Promise seeks to make the rich educational experiences of the University available to admitted, qualified, first-year and transfer American Indian students. The Promise expresses Syracuse University’s gratitude and appreciation for the historical, political, and cultural legacies of the Haudenosaunee and honors the continually growing relationship between us. Qualified students receive financial assistance equal to the cost of tuition, housing and meals (on-campus), and mandatory fees for each year of full-time undergraduate study.