Institutional Scholarships | Gratz College

Institutional Scholarships

Gratz College is proud to offer a range of scholarships as part of our institutional aid for students. Scroll down for information about how to apply. The scholarships listed below are made possible through the generosity of our donors.

Leon Fisher Scholarship

Anna and Isidore Roseman Scholarship  

William B. and Sylvia L. Rudenko Scholarship  

Seymour M. Shore Endowment Scholarship

Albert and Ida Shugarman Endowed Scholarship

Norman E. Friedman Scholarship Fund for Camp Administration and Leadership

Rebecca Gratz Scholarships for the Ed.D. in Education Leadership

Deena Grossmann Memorial Scholarship

Benjamin and Dorothy Abrams Memorial Scholarship

Lena and Anna Abramson Scholarship

Moishele Bursztyn Memorial Scholarship for Holocaust and Genocide Studies

Barton E. Ferst Scholarship for Holocaust and Genocide Studies

Helen B. Ferst for Holocaust and Genocide Studies

Abraham Getman Memorial Scholarship for Holocaust Studies

Hyman Gratz Scholarships for the Ph.D. in Holocaust and Genocide Studies

Samuel P. Mandell Fellowship for Holocaust and Genocide Studies  

Ann Druit Scholarship

Belle and Sidney Druitt Memorial Scholarship   

Marion Koppelman Scholarship in Hebrew or Jewish Education

Ruth Koppelman Scholarship in Hebrew or Jewish Education

Judaic Lodge Scholarship

Dr. Hedy K. Singer Memorial Scholarship

Dr. David M. and Roslyn Sklaroff Scholarship for Jewish Education 


Scholarship Application Process

Students seeking scholarship support must use our online form to apply. Applications will be reviewed by the Gratz Scholarship Committee, and each applicant will receive a decision letter (see deadlines here). Qualifications for scholarships are based on many factors, including financial needs and criteria specified by the donors.

Students must also complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order for their scholarship application to be considered by the Gratz Scholarship Committee.

Apply Here

For more information, contact the Office of Institutional Advancement
[email protected]
215-635-7300 x126

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