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Summer 2015: Upper Level Greek

 

Read a substantial selection of Greek literature with great attention to grammatical detail.

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Fellowship Opportunities for Art History Students

 

The Samuel H. Kress Foundation supports merit scholarships for graduate students in Art History and Archaeology.

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Latin/Greek Institute



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The Latin/Greek Institute
Graduate Center, CUNY
365 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10016



Katherine Lu Hsu, Director
 katherine@brooklyn.cuny.edu


Aramis L. Lopez, Program Assistant
 aramisllopez@gmail.com


Rita Fleischer, Director of Alumni Relations
 212-817-2081
 rfleischer@gc.cuny.edu


 
 

Financial Aid

Latin Greek Institite - The Graduate Center, CUNY

Samuel H. Kress Foundation Fellowships


The Samuel H. Kress Foundation supports a series of competitive fellowships to the Latin/Greek Institute to exceptional art history graduate students at Ph.D.–granting colleges and universities. Preference will be given to recently accepted graduate students with a proposed focus on the history of European art. Fellowship support consists of $2000 to be applied towards tuition. Interested students should apply to the Institute and indicate their interest in being considered for a Kress Foundation Fellowship.


 

Floyd L. Moreland Scholarship Fund


The Floyd L. Moreland Scholarship Fund of the Latin/Greek Institute, supported entirely by contributions from graduates and friends of the institute, offers tuition assistance for Institute students with demonstrated need. A separate scholarship application must be filed, which can be downloaded here.

Filing this form also makes the student eligible for consideration for the Christina M. Dunkle Memorial Scholarship Award. These awards are privately funded and are not administered directly by the City University of New York. All applications with complete supporting materials must be received before April 1, 2014. Incomplete applications will not be considered after that date.


 

Tuition Assistance Program


Undergraduates who are residents of the state of New York may be eligible for tuition assistance through the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP). Check with the financial aid office at your college or university. The phone number of the TAP office at Brooklyn College is 718.951.5051.