Gotham Gator Incoming Freshman Scholarship Program
Each year, the Gotham Gators sponsor graduating high school seniors from the New York area who choose to attend the University of Florida. Gotham Gator scholarship recipients are selected after a rigorous review of their applications, which focus on the student’s academic record, community service, and leadership abilities. The scholarship committee holistically reviews each application before a final selection is made.
This year’s Gotham Gator Incoming Freshman Scholarship will be in the amount of $1,000.
Gotham Gator Summer In the City Scholarship Program
Our Gotham Gator Summer in the City Scholarship is open to all Gators interning in the New York City Metro Area during Summer 2016. Current University of Florida students who have already secured an internship in the NY area for the summer are encouraged to apply.
The Gotham Gators Scholarship Committee will review all applications and consider the applicant’s academic achievements while attending the University of Florida, professional promise, and commitment to community service. Consideration will be given for the additional financial burden on those who have unpaid internships, but all Gator interns are encouraged to apply. Applicants must be interning for college credit.
This year’s Gotham Gator Summer in the City Scholarship will be in the amount of $1,000.
Gotham Gator Continuing Education Scholarship Program
This year, we are proud to announce the creation of a new scholarship for upper classmen currently attending the University of Florida. Current UF students from the New York City area are encouraged to apply. Applications will go through the same rigorous review as our high school applicants, and the application review will focus on the student’s academic record while at UF, commitment to community service, and leadership and extracurricular activities at UF. The scholarship committee will holistically review each application before a final selection is made.
This year’s Gotham Gator Continuing Education Scholarship will be in the amount of $500.