The CNYAMT Music Merit Scholarship for Final Year Students provides tuition assistance to a final year high school student who is pursuing a degree in music at an accredited university, who demonstrates his command of performance (vocal, instrumental, or keyboard), his participation in relevant musical activities, and his commitment to the further study of. In addition to tuition funds provided by the Air Force, ROTC fellows receive financial assistance from Syracuse University equivalent to the cost of room and board, as specified in the Syracuse University cost of attendance, but can be used to cover non-specific room and board costs. This fund, created by Joshua Allyn, grants an annual scholarship to a student who is going to attend a college or university to obtain a degree in the fields of agriculture, food science or engineering, or who comes from a family of farmers. In addition to tuition funds provided by the Army, ROTC fellows receive financial aid from Syracuse University equivalent to the cost of room and meals, as specified in the cost of attending Syracuse University.
This scholarship is awarded in recognition of academic potential, participation in community activities, and leadership. The Invest in Success Scholarship is awarded to first-year and transfer students in good standing, who have completed 15 or more credits and earned a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.75 in their first semester at Syracuse University. Those who aspire to be exceptional musicians often face fierce competition, a competition that causes many to reconsider their future in the music business. If you receive a 100 percent tuition benefit from the SU DTB program, you will receive a merit-based scholarship on a nominative basis only, since your scholarship is already included in the funding of your dependent benefit.
Boyd was director of the Department of Music from 1947 to 1971 and oversaw its rapid expansion after the university joined the newly created State University of New York in 1948. For students who qualify for the New York State World Trade Center Memorial Scholarship (through HESC), Syracuse University will match this scholarship with university funding up to an amount equal to full tuition (these university funds may include merit-based scholarships from Syracuse University). Brevett established this scholarship in 1999 in memory of her husband, Peter, a Cortland-area attorney for more than fifty years. Students who do not meet the requirements in their first semester, or who lose the scholarship because they do not meet the renewal requirements, will not be reconsidered for this scholarship in future semesters. In conjunction with the National Corporation for National and Community Services, the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship Programs will award a scholarship (combined with Merit Scholarships from Syracuse University, if applicable) equivalent to at least half the cost of tuition to qualified undergraduate students who have participated in the AmeriCorps program.
Eligibility for the Invest in Success Scholarship is determined based on the student's enrollment and first-semester GPA at Syracuse University.