New York City
December 2002

Grants Offered by Finch College

The majority of people today find it increasingly difficult to keep up with the cost of education. At Finch College, the Alumnae Association Foundation has taken great strides in ameliorating the situation through the generosity of its members and friends.

A one-time $1ergraduate study at an accredited four-year college in The United States. Each applicant must submit a letter of no more than 1,000 words that explains how the grant would be used and why it is needed, along with a current curriculum vitae, college transcript(s), two letters of recommendation, and the address, telephone number, and name of all college and universities attended,,500 grant will be awarded to a Community College student (over the age of 22) entering und including attendance dates and degree(s) received. Also required are proof of age and social security number. All applications must be completed by April 15, 2006.

The Foundationís Education Committee will evaluate all applications on the basis of need, qualifications, and the extent to which the grant will be used effectively. Each recipient will be required to furnish a quarterly report evidencing that the grant was or is being used for the purpose approved by the Board of Trustees; a transcript of the grantee's grades when and as issued by the educational institution attended by the recipient. The winner will be notified by May 1, 2006. Applications should be submitted to: Education Committee, Finch College Alumnae Association Foundation, Law Offices of Barbara Katsos, 777 Third Avenue, New York, New York 10017.#

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