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Scholarship Support

NYU Stern’s founders recognized that increasing value for business and society begins when you unlock an individual’s potential through education. Stern is stepping forward to meet the challenge through the Stern Access Initiative by creating more full-need scholarship support for high-achieving and low-income Undergraduate College students with the brightest potential, allowing them to make the most of a Stern education without the burden of debt. We thank these generous donors who have established Breakthrough Scholarships in support of the following Access Initiative scholarships.

Access Scholarships

Alvarez Family Scholarship
Established by Antonio C. Alvarez, II MBA '76

American Express Edward P. Gilligan Scholarship
Established by the American Express Foundation

Ed and Nancy Barr Opportunity Scholarship
Established by Nancy and Edward E. BS '57* Barr

William R. Berkley Scholarship
Established by Larry A. Silverstein

Dean's Scholarship
Established by Anonymous

Marie-Josée and Henry R. Kravis Family Scholarship
Established by Marie-Josée and Henry R. Kravis
The Kurbanov Family Scholarship
Established by Olga and Oktay MBA '01 Kurbanov

The Joseph and Mary Landy Scholarship
Established by Mary P. and Joseph P. MBA '96 Landy

Philip and Cheryl Milstein Opportunity Scholarship
Established by Philip L. MBA '74 and Cheryl Milstein

Stern Futures Scholarship (2)
Established by Anonymous (2)

Stern New York City Scholarship
Established by Leonard N. Stern BS '57/MBA '59

Advancement of Women in Business Initiative Scholarships

Established by Nomi Ghez ADCRT '81

NYU Stern’s Advancement of Women in Business initiative seeks to support Undergraduate College and MBA students who demonstrate a deep and abiding commitment to advancing women in business. Scholarships supporting this initiative cover the full cost of tuition for students. NYU Stern is grateful to the following alumnae and members of the Stern School’s Board of Overseers for their support of this important initiative.

Tania Ahuja PhD '01
Kathleen A. Corbet MBA '89
Mary C. Farrell MBA '76*/The Howard Gilman Foundation, Inc.
Nomi Ghez ADCRT '81*
Judy Lee BS '88
Alison J. Mass BS '80/MBA '81*
Ellen J. Schapps Richman MBA '79*
Chandrika Tandon

Community College Transfer Student Initiative Scholarships

The School’s Community College Transfer Student Initiative aims to provide scholarship support for transfer students from community colleges around New York City who are exceptionally talented but have taken a non-traditional path to education by providing them with an opportunity to receive an undergraduate business education at NYU Stern. We are grateful to acknowledge the following donors who have established scholarships to support this group of students.
Martin Cohen Scholarship
Established by Martin Cohen MBA '76

Pamela Craig Scholarship
Established by by Pamela J. Craig MBA '84 and Robert V. Delaney, Jr. MS '82
Howard Meyers Scholarship
Established by Howard M. Meyers BS '64*

Peter Blair Henry Scholarship

The Peter Blair Henry Breakthrough Scholarship was established to honor NYU Stern Dean Peter Henry and his immeasurable efforts to bring the best and brightest to the School and to memorialize his legacy at Stern. We are grateful to the following donors who have contributed to this scholarship between September 1, 2016 - August 31, 2017.

Anonymous (2)
Jerry L. Cohen BS '53/MBA '59*
Andre M. Haroche BS '93/MBA '00*
Andre J.L. Koo MBA '94*
Alison J. Mass BS '80/MBA '81*
Philip L. Milstein MBA '74*
Timothy H. Moe MBA '84*
Elissa and James S. Richman
Brett B. Rochkind BS '98
Alok Singh MBA '75*

If you have questions about your listing or would like more information on how you can contribute, please contact the Office of Development & Alumni Relations at 212-998-4161.

* Denotes consistent giving of five or more years
† Denotes deceased
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