Scholarship Overview

  • Country: USA
  • Scholarship Type: Merit-based
  • Institutions: Binghamton University
  • Funded by: Binghamton University
  • Tuition Type: Full tuition
  • Degree Program: Undergraduate
  • Scholarship Amount: Up to $30,000 annually
  • Separate Application Required?: Not needed
  • Deadline: 1 December, 2024.

Scholarship Benefits

  • Twenty new students entering their first year are awarded a yearly scholarship of $10,000 for a maximum of four years of academic pursuit, given that the beneficiary upholds a designated GPA.
  • A group of five incoming freshmen will be granted a scholarship covering the entire in-state cost of attendance for undergraduate studies, which amounts to around $30,000 per year, lasting up to four years, as long as the beneficiary maintains a specified GPA.


Binghamton scholarships are awarded based on a diverse set of criteria, which encompass academic achievement, donor preferences, chosen majors, program involvement, and frequently demonstrated financial need as evaluated by the (FAFSA).

How to apply

  • Upon admission to Binghamton, exceptionally accomplished students may be chosen for one of three notable four-year scholarship commitments: the President’s Scholarship, Provost’s Scholarship, or Dean’s Scholarship.
  • There is no formal application process; these awards are granted through a competitive selection process and the amount of the scholarships may differ. To remain eligible, students must maintain full-time enrollment and meet specific minimum grade-point-average requirements.

Additional Information

Every student who submits a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which is the federal form utilized to assess a family’s ability to contribute towards college expenses, is automatically considered for scholarships at Binghamton University.

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