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  1. 1. College of Arts and Sciences Majors Anthropology (B.A.) Art (B.A.) Biology (B.S.) Chemistry (B.S.) Communication, Media and Theatre (B.A.) Computer Science (B.S.) Earth Science (B.S.) Economics (B.A.) English (B.A.) Environmental Science (B.S.) Environmental Studies (B.A.) Geography (B.A.) Global Studies (B.A.) Graphic Design (B.F.A.) History (B.A.) Justice Studies (B.A.) Latina/o and Latin American Studies (B.A.) Mathematics (B.A.) Music (B.M. & B.A.) Philosophy (B.A.) Physics (B.S.) Political Science (B.A.) Psychology (B.A.) Social Work (B.S.W.) Sociology (B.A.) Spanish (B.A.) Women’s and Gender Studies (B.A.) College of Business and Management Majors AACSB accredited Accounting (B.S.) Finance (B.S.) General Business Administration (B.S.) Management (B.S.) Marketing (B.S.) Daniel L. Goodwin College of Education Majors Community Health (B.S.) Early Childhood Education (B.A.) Elementary Education (B.A.) Human Resource Development (B.A.) Inner City Studies (B.A.) Middle Level Education (B.A.) Physical Education (B.A.) Special Education (B.A.) Secondary Education Licensure Program • Science: Biology • English: Language Arts • Science: Chemistry • Science: Physics • Social Science: History • Mathematics Nontraditional Degree Programs University Without Walls (B.A. or B.S.) Interdisciplinary Studies (B.A.) Let’s Be Social Connect with us online to learn more about Northeastern and to join in the NEIU community! Find us on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. Also, connect with us on Instagram @NEIUlife. neiu.edu/international College of Business and Management AACSB accredited Accounting (M.S.) Business Administration (M.B.A.) Daniel L. Goodwin College of Education Community and Teacher Leaders (M.A.) • Community-based Leader Concentration • School-based Teacher Leader Concentration Clinical Mental Health Counseling (M.A.) Educational Leadership (M.A.) • Higher Education Leadership Concentration • School Leadership (K-12) Concentration Elementary Education (M.A.T.) Exercise Science (M.S.) Family Counseling (M.A.) Gifted Education (M.A.) Human Resource Development (M.A.) Inner City Studies (M.A.) Instruction in Language Arts (M.S.) • Secondary Education Literacy Education (M.A.) Middle Level Education (M.A.T.) Rehabilitation Counseling (M.A.) School Counseling (M.A.) Secondary Education (M.A.T.) Special Education (M.A. & M.S.) Teaching and Inquiry (M.S.) College of Arts and Sciences Biology (M.S.) Chemistry (M.S.) Communication, Media and Theatre (M.A.) Computer Science (M.S.) • General Concentration • Management Information Systems Concentration English (M.A.) • Composition Concentration • Literature Concentration Geography and Environmental Studies (M.A.) Gerontology (M.A.) History (M.A.) Latin American Literatures and Cultures (M.A.) Linguistics (M.A.) Mathematics (M.S.) • Applied Mathematics Concentration • Secondary Education Concentration Music (M.A.) • Applied Music Pedagogy Political Science (M.A.) Social Work (M.S.W.)- Full Program and Advanced Standing • Leadership and Change Concentration • Vulnerable Populations Concentration Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) (M.A.) Intensive English Program The school for the Advancement of English Language and Learning (SAELL) has four levels of instruction based on the Common European Framework Reference for Language. The program’s innovative curriculum offers electives content-based instruction classes, and English for academic purposes so students’ language learning is related to their future study. As a student in SAELL, you can expect to be in small classes for at least 18 hours per week, and it is located in our main campus. Student Housing - The Nest Located in the heart of the Main Campus, the 440-bed apartment-style units come fully furnished with individual leases and utilities included. National studies show that students living on campus are more likely to be successful and graduate. neiu.edu/housing Course Level Placement Students are placed into their level of study based on their most recent test score. The TOEFL PBT, TOEFL IBT and IELTS equivalents are listed below. Safety According to College Stats, Northeastern is the nation’s third-safest campus. According to YourLocalSecurity, Northeastern is the safest campus in Illinois. Diversity According to The Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education and U.S. News & World Report, Northeastern is the most diverse college or university in the Midwest. According to Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, Northeastern is a top- 100 university for ethnically diverse graduates. The over 100 student organizations include an active Muslim Student Association. International Programs on Facebook 1 2 3 4 310-413 417-450 453-494 497-547 0-34 35-45 46-59 60-78 4.0-5.0 (composite) 5.0-5.5 (composite) 5.5-6.0 (composite) 6.0-6.5 (composite) A1: Breakthrough A2: Waystage B1: Threshold B2: Vantage SAELL level TOEFL PBT TOEFL IBT IELT Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs www.neiu.edu International Student Guide neiu.edu/international CEFR 18_International Brochure.indd 1-3 9/27/18 1:55 PM
  2. 2. Scholarships A number of scholarships may be available to international students at Northeastern Illinois University. For more information visit: neiu.edu/scholarships Welcome Northeastern Illinois University, a fully-accredited* state university, attracts students from more than 100 countries around the world. In fact, our university is consistently ranked as one of the most ethnically diverse universities in the Midwestern United States. Northeastern is located on roughly 67 acres in an attractive residential area on the Northwest Side of Chicago, America’s third largest city. The University offers more than 40 undergraduate and 30 graduate programs in the arts, sciences, education, and business. Innovative Faculty use interactive pedagogies to ensure students learn critical thinking, adaption to change, problem solving, leadership, and how to work collaboratively - qualities employers seek. *Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (hlcommission.org). Visit neiu.edu/about/accreditation for a full list of accredited disciplinary bodies. Office of International Programs Financing Success Fall Semester: June 15 Spring Semester: October 1 Full Summer & First Half Summer: March 1 Second Half Summer Session: April 1 Applying as an International Student Contact Us Contact the Office of International Programs for any questions about the application process or to check on your admission status (Note: M.A./M.S. applications take longer to process since they must be approved by the University and the degree department.) Office of International Programs 5500 N. St. Louis Avenue, Room LWH 0008 Chicago, Illinois 60625 USA Phone: 1 (773) 442-4796 Email: International-Programs@neiu.edu neiu.edu/international Jobs International students are allowed to work on campus part time for up to 20 hours per week under the provisions of the F-1 Visa. Graduate Assistance is offered through the College of Graduate Studies and Research. Some programs will offer Curricular Practical Training (CPT) for international students for part time. Optional Practical Training (OPT) is available after degree is completed. 1. Apply for admission at neiu.edu/Admissions. 2. Submit the $30 application fee. 3. Submit required documents. 4. Wait for I-20 to schedule appointment with U.S. Consular Office (www.usembassy.gov). 5. Report to the Office of International Programs at Northeastern Illinois University upon arrival in the United States. Admission application $30 USD Application Fee Official ACT (school code:1090) or SAT (school code:0993) scores Required if you have earned fewer than 24 semester hours of college credit Official transcript from high school Required if you have earned fewer than 24 semester hours of college credit Official transcripts from all colleges/universities attended. Transcripts outside the U.S. must be evaluated by Educational Credentials Evaluators, Inc. (ece.org) or World Education Services, Inc (wes.org). TOEFL (school code:1090) or IELTS (school code:1090) Official Score Reports Minimum score for bachelor’s degree: TOEFL PBT 500/TOEFL IBT 61/IELTS Composite 6.0 Minimum score for master’s degree: TOEFL PBT 550/TOEFL IBT 79/IELTS Composite 6.5 Statement of goals and objectives Two letters of recommendation with signed supplemental Letter of Recommendation Forms Any additional program-specific required documents. Check for additional requirements (GRE for Business, school code:1090) Notarized Financial Statement https://admissions.neiu.edu/international-applicants Notarized bank letter(s) from each sponsor’s financial institution Copy of passport photo page Copy of Form I-94 and Form I-20 (if applying from within the U.S.) Note: Graduate students who have a low score on their TOEFL/IELTS score are able to be admitted conditionally to the university through SAELL, the Intensive English Program. Must achieve sufficient score with in 1 year. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Admission Requirements Bachelor’s degree SAELL program Master’s degree After Admission Decision I-20 Processing-Documents required for I-20 Approximately 8,000 Students 16:1Student-to- Faculty Ratio 1stLeast Student Debt According to U.S. News & World Report, Northeastern is the best in the state and among the nation’s leaders at graduating students with the least debt. Application Deadlines Bachelor’s degree SAELL program Master’s degree 18_International Brochure.indd 4-6 9/27/18 1:55 PM
  3. 3. 3/2/2018 Northeastern Illinois University assumes no financial responsibility for international students. All international students are required to show proof that funds are guaranteed for the first year of study to obtain an I-20. Please ensure that adequate funding will continue to be available from the same or equally reliable sources for subsequent years. The following figures indicate the minimum amount needed for one academic year (fall & spring terms, minimum full-time enrollment) and twelve months of living expenses. Estimated costs may be higher or lower than shown. An international student on an F-1 or J-1 visa cannot sponsor another international student. If you are adding dependents you will need to provide additional expenses per year. Dependents are not permitted to work in the U.S. 1. PERSONAL RESOURCES: You and your sponsor(s) must: 1) complete the section below; and 2) attach an original bank/financial institution letterhead, for each sponsor/financial institution, verifying that funds, stated in U.S. dollars, and totaling at least the minimum amount required for one year’s support, as described above, are available to you (savings account, current money market account, current certificates of deposit) while you are pursuing a full-time course of study applicable to your degree program. The letter must bear the original signature, in ink, of a bank officer/official. For more acceptable financial documentations see page 2. Sponsor Name: Sponsor Address: Sponsor Phone # Sponsor Email Address: Relationship to Student: I will provide FULL financial support towards student’s educational and living expenses for the full length of degree program at NEIU. I have attached an official bank letter/bank Statement. Sponsor’s Signature: Date: I will provide PARTIAL financial support of the amount of USD: $ Sponsor’s Signature: Date: II. OTHER RESOURCES: If you will be sponsored by a government agency or private grant or scholarship, the sponsor or official designee must complete the appropriate section below. Please attach the official contract or agreement when returning this form. THE INFORMATION MUST INCLUDE THE EXACT OR MINIMUM AMOUNT OF U. S. DOLLARS WHICH WILL BE PROVIDED EACH YEAR AND THE LENGTH OF TIME THIS MONEY WILL BE AVAILABLE. WE CANNOT ADMIT YOU WITHOUT THIS INFORMATION AND SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION. Governmental Agency/Scholarship Name: Amount Award $ Duration of Award EXPENSE AY 2016-2017 AY 2017-2018 AY 2018-2019 Tuition and Mandatory fees Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice. $ 12,816.00 $ 15,375.00 $ 15,832.14 Health insurance- Estimated $ 1,234.00 $ 1,750.00 $ 1,200.00 Books & supplies - Estimated $ 1,800.00 $ 1,800.00 $ 800.00 12 mo. Living expenses (room & board) - Estimated $ 12,000.00 $ 12,000.00 $ 12,000.00 12 mo. Transportation expenses - Estimated $ 360.00 $ 384.00 $ 384.00 TOTAL $ 28,210.00 $ 31,309.00 $ 30,216.14 Applying to College of Business Tuition and Mandatory Fees Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice. $ 12,816.00 $ 17,140.00 $ 18,014.36 Total $ 28,210.00 $ 33,074.00 $ 32,398.36 Will you be accompanied by Dependents? YES NO These figures are subject to increase without notice. Please attach a sheet of paper listing the name, date of birth, country of birth, country of citizenship, and relationship to you of all dependents, along with identification pages of their passports. If yes. Additional for Spouse + $ 7,200.00 +Health Insurance $ 1,689.00 Total + $ 8,889.00 If Yes, Additional Per Child + $ 6,000.00 +Health Insurance $ 642.00 Total + $ 6,642.00 Student Name: Surname/Family Name Given Name/First Name Middle Name (s) Term applying: Fall ____________ Spring __________ Summer IA _________ Summer II _______ Summer IB_______ Applicant’s Certification I certify that the financial information furnished is a complete and accurate statement of resources available for study in the United States. I understand that submission of inaccurate and/or fraudulent information can be considered sufficient cause for termination my enrollment and revoking my I-20 at Northeastern. I will submit original financial documentation upon arrival to the U.S. to my PDSO/DSO. (Applicant’s Signature) (Date) (Signature and seal/stamp of Notary Public or Legal Official FINANCIAL STATEMENT: GRADUATE INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS Required for I-20 Processing and University Admission
  4. 4. 3/2/2018 REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION ANY COMBINATION OF Fund is acceptable, as long as you can demonstrate the coverage for 12 months. This financial statement and attached supporting document(s) cannot be dated more than six months prior to the date of receipt in the OIP. Scanned original copies will be received for application. Legible Scanned PDF Copies are acceptable. Please make copies of all application documents, including your financial documents, for yourself. Students must submit original financial statement and bank letter upon arrival to the U.S. They will become property of the University and will not be returned. Copies will not be provided to you by the OIP. Bank letter/statement/ Loan Guidelines Sponsor can be: Self, Family, Friend. Personal Funds Personal Loan Must be dated within 6 months of application submission. Name of account holder must be present Official letter must be in English, or be certified by an English Translator. Type of Account ONLY: Savings, Checking, Certificate of Deposit, Money market Accounts Must show currency and its USD equivalency Must be issued by bank with official bank seal. Official Bank Letter with Bank Seal, if no seal must be Notarized Recent Bank Statements must be dated within the last 6 months. Sponsors from Family/Friends in the U.S.: Copy of Affidavit of Support –I-134 is required got to https://www.uscis.gov/i-134 . Copy of Official Bank Letter with Official Bank Seal Must be dated within the last 6 months Governmental Agency/Scholarship Sponsor: Original letter from Governmental Agency or Scholarship Sponsor Must be dated within the last 6 months Must indicate award recipient Must indicate period of time covered by the award Must indicate institution, Northeastern Illinois University Must indicate total amount of support given to during the time period. Must indicate if the amount will be awarded to student or to the institution. LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES, RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS, EMPLOYER LETTERS, REAL ESTATE HOLDINGS, BUSINESS ACCOUNTS AND TAX RETURNS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE. FAXES AND PHOTO COPIES ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE.
  5. 5. Last Updated: January 15, 2015 SP/Admission Review/Page 1 INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE (IB) EQUIVALENCY GUIDE OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS REVIEW & PROCESSING Students, who have successfully completed the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme coursework and receive the minimum score as indicated for the subject and level below, will receive college credit for this work. A maximum of 30 credit hours of lower division credit may be awarded through International Baccalaureate. This credit is included in the maximum of 64 semester hours that is accepted from a community college toward graduation. IB Course/Exam Levels are: SL = Standard Level; HL = Higher Level INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE – GROUP 1: Studies in Language and Literature IB SUBJECT IB LEVEL REQUIRED SCORE NEIU EQUIVALENT SEM. CREDITS Language A: French SL or HL 4 – 5 6 – 7 FREN 210 FREN210andFREN252 3 cr. 6 cr. Language A: Spanish SL or HL 4 – 5 6 – 7 SPAN 253 SPAN252andSPAN253 3 cr. 6 cr. Language A: English SL or HL 5 – 7 ENGL 201, 202 and 203 9 cr. INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE – GROUP 2: Language Acquisition IB SUBJECT IB LEVEL REQUIRED SCORE NEIU EQUIVALENT SEM. CREDITS Language B: French SL or HL 4 – 5 6 – 7 FREN 210 FREN210andFREN221 3 cr. 6 cr. Language B: Spanish SL or HL 4 – 5 6 – 7 SPAN 224 SPAN224andSPAN225 3 cr. 6 cr. INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE – GROUP 3: Individuals and Societies IB SUBJECT IB LEVEL REQUIRED SCORE NEIU EQUIVALENT SEM. CREDITS Business and Management SL 4 – 7 MNGT 201 3 cr. Economics SL or HL 5 – 7 ECON 200 3 cr. Geography SL SL HL HL 6 7 5 6 - 7 GES 104 GES 104 and GES 199 GES 104 GES 104 and GES 199 3 cr. 6 cr. 3 cr. 6 cr.
  6. 6. Last Updated: January 15, 2015 SP/Admission Review/Page 2 Global Politics SL or HL 5 – 7 PSCI 275 3 cr. History SL or HL 6 – 7 HIST 199 6 cr. INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE – GROUP 3: Individuals and Societies (Continued) Information Technology in Global Society SL or HL 5 – 7 CS 100 3 cr. Philosophy SL 5 – 7 PHIL 199 3 cr. Psychology SL or HL 5 – 7 PSYC 100 4 cr. Social and Cultural Anthropology HL 6 – 7 ANTH 212 3 cr. World Religions SL 5 – 7 PHIL 202 3 cr. INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE – GROUP 4: Sciences IB SUBJECT IB LEVEL REQUIRED SCORE NEIU EQUIVALENT SEM. CREDITS Biology SL HL HL HL Student can petition to have HL 6 – 7 count as BIO 100. 5 – 7 5 6 7 BIO 100 BIO 100 BIO 201 BIO 201 and BIO 202 3 cr. 3 cr. 3 cr. 6 cr. Chemistry HL (4 hours) HL (5 hours) HL (9 hours) 5 – 7 5 – 7 5 – 7 CHEM 212 CHEM 211 CHEM211andCHEM212 4 cr. 5 cr. 9 cr. Computer Science SL or HL 5 – 7 CS 101 3 cr. Environmental Systems and Societies SL SL HL HL 6 7 5 6 – 7 GES 150 GES 150 and GES 199 GES 150 GES 150 and GES 199 3cr. 6 cr. 3 cr. 6 cr. Physics SL HL 5 – 7 5 – 7 PHYS 110 PHYS 206/203 or 206L PHYS 207/204 or 207L 4 cr. 8 cr. Sports, Exercise and Health Science SL 6 – 7 HLED 107 3 cr.
  7. 7. Last Updated: January 15, 2015 SP/Admission Review/Page 3 INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE – GROUP 5: Mathematics IB SUBJECT IB LEVEL REQUIRED SCORE NEIU EQUIVALENT SEM. CREDITS Mathematical Studies SL 5 – 7 MATH 173 or MATH 113 or MATH 163 3 cr. Mathematics SL or HL 5 – 7 MATH 187 4 cr. Further Mathematics HL 6 – 7 CS 201 and MATH 202 3 cr. 4 cr. INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE – GROUP 6: The Arts IB SUBJECT IB LEVEL REQUIRED SCORE NEIU EQUIVALENT SEM. CREDITS Dance SL or HL 5 – 7 DANC 101 3 cr. Film SL or HL 5 – 7 CMTM 160 3 cr. Music SL HL 6 – 7 5 – 7 MUS 104 MUS 104 3 cr. 3 cr. Theatre SL or HL 5 – 7 CMTT 130 3 cr. Visual Arts SL or HL SL HL 5 6 – 7 6 – 7 ART 199 ART 199 Course determined after advising 3 cr. 6 cr. 6 cr.
  8. 8. Last Updated: January 15, 2015 SP/Admission Review/Page 1 INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE (IB) EQUIVALENCY GUIDE OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS REVIEW & PROCESSING Students, who have successfully completed the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme coursework and receive the minimum score as indicated for the subject and level below, will receive college credit for this work. A maximum of 30 credit hours of lower division credit may be awarded through International Baccalaureate. This credit is included in the maximum of 64 semester hours that is accepted from a community college toward graduation. IB Course/Exam Levels are: SL = Standard Level; HL = Higher Level INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE – GROUP 1: Studies in Language and Literature IB SUBJECT IB LEVEL REQUIRED SCORE NEIU EQUIVALENT SEM. CREDITS Language A: French SL or HL 4 – 5 6 – 7 FREN 210 FREN210andFREN252 3 cr. 6 cr. Language A: Spanish SL or HL 4 – 5 6 – 7 SPAN 253 SPAN252andSPAN253 3 cr. 6 cr. Language A: English SL or HL 5 – 7 ENGL 201, 202 and 203 9 cr. INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE – GROUP 2: Language Acquisition IB SUBJECT IB LEVEL REQUIRED SCORE NEIU EQUIVALENT SEM. CREDITS Language B: French SL or HL 4 – 5 6 – 7 FREN 210 FREN210andFREN221 3 cr. 6 cr. Language B: Spanish SL or HL 4 – 5 6 – 7 SPAN 224 SPAN224andSPAN225 3 cr. 6 cr. INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE – GROUP 3: Individuals and Societies IB SUBJECT IB LEVEL REQUIRED SCORE NEIU EQUIVALENT SEM. CREDITS Business and Management SL 4 – 7 MNGT 201 3 cr. Economics SL or HL 5 – 7 ECON 200 3 cr. Geography SL SL HL HL 6 7 5 6 - 7 GES 104 GES 104 and GES 199 GES 104 GES 104 and GES 199 3 cr. 6 cr. 3 cr. 6 cr.
  9. 9. Last Updated: January 15, 2015 SP/Admission Review/Page 2 Global Politics SL or HL 5 – 7 PSCI 275 3 cr. History SL or HL 6 – 7 HIST 199 6 cr. INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE – GROUP 3: Individuals and Societies (Continued) Information Technology in Global Society SL or HL 5 – 7 CS 100 3 cr. Philosophy SL 5 – 7 PHIL 199 3 cr. Psychology SL or HL 5 – 7 PSYC 100 4 cr. Social and Cultural Anthropology HL 6 – 7 ANTH 212 3 cr. World Religions SL 5 – 7 PHIL 202 3 cr. INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE – GROUP 4: Sciences IB SUBJECT IB LEVEL REQUIRED SCORE NEIU EQUIVALENT SEM. CREDITS Biology SL HL HL HL Student can petition to have HL 6 – 7 count as BIO 100. 5 – 7 5 6 7 BIO 100 BIO 100 BIO 201 BIO 201 and BIO 202 3 cr. 3 cr. 3 cr. 6 cr. Chemistry HL (4 hours) HL (5 hours) HL (9 hours) 5 – 7 5 – 7 5 – 7 CHEM 212 CHEM 211 CHEM211andCHEM212 4 cr. 5 cr. 9 cr. Computer Science SL or HL 5 – 7 CS 101 3 cr. Environmental Systems and Societies SL SL HL HL 6 7 5 6 – 7 GES 150 GES 150 and GES 199 GES 150 GES 150 and GES 199 3cr. 6 cr. 3 cr. 6 cr. Physics SL HL 5 – 7 5 – 7 PHYS 110 PHYS 206/203 or 206L PHYS 207/204 or 207L 4 cr. 8 cr. Sports, Exercise and Health Science SL 6 – 7 HLED 107 3 cr.
  10. 10. Last Updated: January 15, 2015 SP/Admission Review/Page 3 INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE – GROUP 5: Mathematics IB SUBJECT IB LEVEL REQUIRED SCORE NEIU EQUIVALENT SEM. CREDITS Mathematical Studies SL 5 – 7 MATH 173 or MATH 113 or MATH 163 3 cr. Mathematics SL or HL 5 – 7 MATH 187 4 cr. Further Mathematics HL 6 – 7 CS 201 and MATH 202 3 cr. 4 cr. INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE – GROUP 6: The Arts IB SUBJECT IB LEVEL REQUIRED SCORE NEIU EQUIVALENT SEM. CREDITS Dance SL or HL 5 – 7 DANC 101 3 cr. Film SL or HL 5 – 7 CMTM 160 3 cr. Music SL HL 6 – 7 5 – 7 MUS 104 MUS 104 3 cr. 3 cr. Theatre SL or HL 5 – 7 CMTT 130 3 cr. Visual Arts SL or HL SL HL 5 6 – 7 6 – 7 ART 199 ART 199 Course determined after advising 3 cr. 6 cr. 6 cr.
  11. 11. SCHOLARSHIP
  12. 12. The Northeastern Illinois University Foundation is committed to providing support for the students and faculty of Northeastern through private, philanthropic donations. Since 1969, the NEIU Foundation has existed as an independent, 501(c)3, nonprofit corporation in the State of Illinois and as the official fundraising and private gift-receiving agency for Northeastern Illinois University. Over the years, the Foundation has worked to provide a range of support, especially scholarship support, to students who demonstrate need and/or achievement. In this brochure, you will see listed the more than 100 scholarships funded through private gifts to the NEIU Foundation. • Endowed scholarships award annual interest income yielded from the investment of the donor’s original gift. The NEIU Foundation manages the investment of the original gift, which remains intact and is grown over time. Because only the interest income is awarded, endowed scholarships are perpetual funds. • Many of the NEIU Foundation’s scholarships are named in honor or memory of a donor’s loved one. • Awardable amounts from an endowed scholarship may vary from year to year. Endowed scholarship amounts are calculated on a three-year rolling average to remain as consistent as possible. • Annually-funded scholarships rely on a donor’s gift to the scholarship fund each year, which is then awarded in the course of one year. In some cases, these are larger sums that are spent down over the course of several years. • Students may be eligible for more than one Foundation scholarship. • Because these scholarships are funded through private donations, students from countries other than the U.S., or students who live in the U.S. but are not U.S. citizens, are not prohibited from receiving most Foundation scholarships, so long as they meet scholarship criteria. In addition to the scholarships available through the Foundation, there are a variety of state, federal and locally-funded financial aid opportunities available through the Office of Scholarships at Northeastern Illinois University. For more information and to apply for scholarships available to Northeastern students, visit AcademicWorks. Log in with your NEIU username and ID: neiu.academicworks.com AcademicWorks is an online, searchable database of all University and NEIU Foundation scholarships. You may also contact the Office of Scholarships at scholarships@neiu.edu. ABOUT THE NEIU FOUNDATION
  13. 13. “Scholarships have opened doors for me that would not have been opened otherwise. It is motivating me to keep going. I have people I don’t even know supporting my education.” KIM MILLER, 2014 Tom Dalof Heroes Award Recipient Miller is a high-achieving social work major and the recipient of multiple scholarhsips. She works full-time with women in need and shares her story of struggle and acievemnt to motivate others. She plans to attend graduate school after she completes her bachelor’s degree in 2016. Learn how you can make a difference: neiu.edu/giving ......................................................................................................................................................
  14. 14. ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS FUND NAME CRITERIA and ESTIMATED AMOUNT CONTACT Junior or senior in music. Based on financial need. Additional conditions apply. $1,200. Sasha Gerritson, music, (773) 442-5906, s-gerritson@neiu.edu BROMMEL-BARNETT-KENAS-MCGUCKIN- NICOSIA-SPEAKE SCHOLARSHIP IN MUSIC Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu SHERMAN P. APPEL SCHOLARSHIP Entering freshmen (odd years). Sophomore/ junior (even years) in the honors program. Minimum GPA 3.5. $900. BERNARD J. BROMMEL DOCTORAL SCHOLARSHIP Scholarship for alumni who have Masters degrees to complete Ph.D. degrees. For first or second year graduate students. $5,000. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu Jeffrey Hill, political science, (773) 442-5659, j-hill@neiu.edu ROBIN ARCHIA PRIZE FOR SERVICE Freshman, sophomore, junior or senior in political science. Based on merit/academic excellence. Additional conditions apply. $500. Paul Schroeder-Rodriguez, world languages and cultures, (773) 442-4279, p-schroeder-rodriguez@neiu.edu Full-time junior or senior in Spanish. Minimum GPA 3.25. Additional conditions apply. $1,100. JEWELL BERLINGER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Tony Adams, communication, media and theatre, (773) 442-5928, a-adams3@neiu.edu BROMMEL-ADAMS-BELL-JORDAN SCHOLARSHIP IN COMMUNICATION, MEDIA, AND THEATRE Senior or graduate in communication, media and theatre. Minimum GPA 3.0. Additional conditions apply. $1,200. Senior in the honors program. Additional conditions apply. $1,200. Peggy Shannon, honors program, (773) 442-6044, p-shannon@neiu.edu BROMMEL-BRADY-PORTOKALIS SCHOLARSHIP IN THE HONORS PROGRAM BROMMEL-CHAN-LAIRD SCHOLARSHIP FOR ENSEMBLE ESPAÑOL Full or part-time spohomore, junior or senior in Ensemble Español. Major or minor in communication, media and theatre. Minimum GPA 2.5. $1,100. Jorge Perez, Ensemble Español, (773) 442- 5904, j-perez1@neiu.edu ASPIRE SCHOLARSHIP Support for undocumented Northeastern students. Additional conditions apply. $1,100. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu Jessica Mueller, alumni relations, (773) 442- 4211, j-mueller4@neiu.edu NEIU ALUMNI ASSOCIATION INTERNSHIP SCHOLARSHIP Must be a student member of the alumni association and secure an internship opportunity for academic credit. Additional conditions apply. $1,100. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu Junior or senior in humanities who has attended NEIU at least 2 semesters progressing toward a degree. $600. BERLINGER HUMANITIES AWARD BROMMEL-DENSON-EVERSON-SNELL SCHOLARSHIP IN COMMUNICATION, MEDIA AND THEATRE Full or part-time junior or senior in communication, media and theatre. Completed three courses in communication. Minimum GPA 3.4. $1,100. Tony Adams, communication, media and theatre, (773) 442-5928, a-adams3@neiu.edu
  15. 15. ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS FUND NAME CRITERIA and ESTIMATED AMOUNT CONTACT BROMMEL-PEREZ SCHOLARSHIP FOR ENSEMBLE ESPAÑOL Male student preferred. Freshman, sophomore, junior or senior in dance. Minimum GPA 3.0. Additional conditions apply. $1,200. Jorge Perez, Ensemble Español, (773) 442- 5904, j-perez1@neiu.edu Junior or senior in the honors program. Additional conditions apply. $1,200. Peggy Shannon, honors program, (773) 442- 6044, p-shannon@neiu.edu BROMMEL-MANGANIELLO-WOHL SCHOLARSHIP IN THE HONORS PROGRAM Junior or senior in interdisciplinary studies or university without walls. Minimum GPA 3.0. Additional conditions apply. $1,200. Kim Sanborn, nontraditional degree programs, (773) 442-6038, k-sanborn@neiu.edu BROMMEL-MENDELSON-HENINGTON SCHOLARSHIP IN INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES OR UNIVERSITY WITHOUT WALLS Freshman, sophomore, junior or senior. Additional conditions apply. $1,100. BROMMEL-NIEMANN DETERMINATION AGAINST ALL ODDS SCHOLARSHIP Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu Junior or senior in music (voice). Additional conditions apply. Audition required. $1,200. Sasha Gerritson, music, (773) 442-5906, s-gerritson@neiu.edu BROMMEL-RATNER SCHOLARSHIP IN MUSIC Junior or senior. Additional conditions apply. $1,100. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu BROMMEL-ROCCI DETERMINATION AGAINST ALL ODDS SCHOLARSHIP Junior or senior in history. Additional conditions apply. $1,200. BROMMEL-LINDBERG SCHOLARSHIP IN HISTORY Michael Tuck, history, (773) 442-5606, m-tuck@neiu.edu BROMMEL-LEVY-STANIEC SCHOLARSHIP IN COMMUNICATION, MEDIA AND THEATRE Full-time or part-time sophomore, junior or senior in communication, media and theatre. Minimum GPA 3.2. $1,100. Tony Adams, communication, media and theatre, (773) 442-5928, a-adams3@neiu.edu Junior or senior in communication, media and theatre. Additional conditions apply. $1,200. Tony Adams, communication, media and theatre, (773) 442-5928, a-adams3@neiu.edu BROMMEL-KRAMER-BARNITZ SCHOLARSHIP IN COMMUNICATION, MEDIA AND THEATRE Junior or senior in dance. Minimum GPA 3.0. Additional conditions apply. $1,200. Jorge Perez, Ensemble Español, (773) 442- 5904, j-perez1@neiu.edu BROMMEL-KOMAIKO-PEREZ SCHOLARSHIP FOR ENSEMBLE ESPAÑOL Junior or senior in political science. Additional conditions apply. $1,200. Jeffrey Hill, political science, (773) 442-5659, j-hill@neiu.edu BROMMEL-FEIGENHOLTZ SCHOLARSHIP IN POLITICAL SCIENCE Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu BROMMEL-HAHS-STEINBERG SCHOLARSHIP Junior or senior in global studies. Additional conditions apply. $1,200. Junior or senior in communication, media and theatre. Additional conditions apply. $1,200. Tony Adams, communication, media and theatre, (773) 442-5928, a-adams3@neiu.edu BROMMEL-HANSON-IJAMS-HAYWARD SCHOLARSHIP IN COMMUNICATION, MEDIA AND THEATRE Junior or senior in the honors program. Additional conditions apply. $1,200. Peggy Shannon, honors program, (773) 442-6044, p-shannon@neiu.edu BROMMEL-COZAD-ELLIOTT SCHOLARSHIP IN THE HONORS PROGRAM
  16. 16. ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS FUND NAME CRITERIA and ESTIMATED AMOUNT CONTACT Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu NEIU civil service employee. Available 2016. Additional conditions apply. $400. HARRIS FAMILY ENDOWMENT (CIVIL SERVICE SCHOLAR AWARD) Latino sophomore, junior or senior in education. Minimum GPA 2.5. Additional conditions apply. $750. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu AIXA DIAZ MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Dr. Howard Bultinck, educational leadership and development, (773) 442-5809, h-bultnick@neiu.edu Sophomore, junior or senior minority student in Human Resources Development. Minimum GPA 3.4. $700. EXECUTIVE LEARNING EXCHANGE’S CHICAGOLAND LEARNING LEADERS RIGHTSTART4KIDS SCHOLARSHIP Freshman in education. Minimum ACT/SAT score. Additional conditions apply. $3,200. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu CHICAGO TEACHERS COLLEGE ASSOCIATION ENDOWMENT Sophomore, junior or senior. For travel expenses and research presentations. Additional conditions apply. Renewable. $750. Saba Ayman-Nolley, psychology, (773) 442- 5844, s-ayman-nolley@neiu.edu PEGGY CONDON MEMORIAL AWARD IN PSYCHOLOGY Freshman, sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student. Additional conditions apply. $1,600. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu CLASS GIFT SCHOLARSHIP Based on merit/academic excellence. Additional conditions apply. $7,000. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu ELVINA DAVID MEMORIAL FUND Freshman, sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student. Minimum GPA 3.0. Additional conditions apply. $700. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu TOM DALOF HEROES AWARD Contact Pedroso Center for requirements. $1,600. Diane DiMaso, (773) 442-5442, d-dimaso@neiu.edu DEAN MURRELL J. HIGGINS DUSTER LEGACY FUND Junior, senior or graduate student in political science. Minimum GPA 3.3. Additional conditions apply. $950. Jeffrey Hill, political science, (773) 442-5659, j-hill@neiu.edu SHIRLEY CASTELNUOVO MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu PROFESSOR BONNIE B. BUSSE MEMORIAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP Full-time sophomore, junior or senior, K-12 education major. Minimum GPA 3.5. Additional conditions apply. $3,500. Freshman, sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student of Polish descent. Additional conditions apply. $800. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu CHICAGO SOCIETY FOUNDATION ENDOWMENT Freshman, sophomore, junior or senior. Additional conditions apply. $1,100. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu BROMMEL-WAMBACH DETERMINATION AGAINST ALL ODDS SCHOLARSHIP Freshman, sophomore, junior or senior. Additional conditions apply. $1,100. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu BROMMEL-SCHAACK DETERMINATION AGAINST ALL ODDS SCHOLARSHIP
  17. 17. FUND NAME CRITERIA and ESTIMATED AMOUNT CONTACT ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS Tom Parry, health, physical education, recreation and athletics, (773) 442-4818, t-parry1@neiu.edu Must complete student teaching in secondary health or internship in community health. Minimum GPA 3.0. Additional conditions apply. $850. CHUCK KANE MEMORIAL AWARD: EXERCISE SCIENCE Student in English, linguistics, foreign language, art or music with an interest in Persian poetry/music. Preferably of Iranian descent. $500. IRANIAN HERITAGE CULTURAL FUND Dean’s office, College of Arts and Sciences, (773) 442-5700 Dean’s office, College of Business and Management, (773) 442-6100, cobm-do@neiu.edu Junior or senior in business. Minimum GPA 3.0. Additional conditions apply. $850. DR. DURWARD HOFLER SCHOLARSHIP IN THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT KAY HILTON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Junior or senior in elementary or secondary education. Additional conditions apply. $2,200. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu Freshman. Based on merit/academic excellence. Additional conditions apply. $2,000. JENNY AND EDWARD HARJU MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Dean’s office, College of Business and Management, (773) 442-6100, cobm-do@neiu.edu Female student. Junior or senior in business/management. Additional conditions apply. $750. ELAINE HELMAN AWARD Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu Undergraduate or graduate student preferably undocumented and of Mexican descent. Additional conditions apply. $400. JESUS GUADALUPE FOUNDATION ENDOWMENT Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu MIG team registration fees, travel, per diem, room and board. Additional conditions apply. $400. HARRIS FAMILY ENDOWMENT (MODEL ILLINOIS GOVERNMENT PROGRAM AWARD) DR. HARRY N. HILD STUDENT WRITING AWARD FOR THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Presented to the winner of the Student Writing Competition. $700 Dean’s office, College of Arts and Sciences, 773-442-5700 Mark McKernin, art, (773) 442-4943, m-mckernin@neiu.edu Awarded at end of academic year to a senior selected by the faculty. $450. FRITZMAN-HALLBERG AWARD FOR ART Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu Minimum GPA 3.0. Renewable up to four years. Additional conditions apply. $3,900. DANIEL L. GOODWIN NEIU FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP DR. LAWRENCE FRANK FIRSTYEAR MERIT AWARD Student must be nominated by faculty/staff and participate in a First-Year Experience Program. $2,100. Barbara Sherry, (773) 442-4804, b-sherry@neiu.edu
  18. 18. FUND NAME CRITERIA and ESTIMATED AMOUNT CONTACT ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS FUND NAME CRITERIA and ESTIMATED AMOUNT CONTACT Sophomore, junior or senior in special education. Additional conditions and age requirements apply. $6,500. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu MARY LOUISE KOOYUMJIAN SCHOLARSHIP Full-time sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student in music. Minimum GPA 3.0. Audition required. Additional conditions apply. $1,900. Sasha Gerritson, music, (773) 442-5906, s-gerritson@neiu.edu THE REVEREND JOHN M. KRUMP SCHOLARSHIP Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu Graduate student in counselor education. Minimum GPA 3.0. Additional conditions apply. Renewable once. $450. THE ALBERT, RUTH, AND DONNA TERRY KATZ SCHOLARSHIP Full-time junior/senior in elementary education. Polish, Eastern European descent or veteran preferred. Minimum GPA 3.0. Additional conditions apply. $5,500. Dean’s office, College of Education, (773) 442-5500 DR. OLGA KASZUBOWSKI MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu Graduate student. Based on merit/academic excellence. Additional conditions apply (2 scholarships of $500 each). CHUCK KANE SCHOLARSHIP FOR THE GRADUATE COLLEGE Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu Freshman, sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student in the College of Education. Additional conditions apply (3 scholarships of $500 each). CHUCK KANE SCHOLARSHIP FOR THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Graduate student in music or art. Minimum GPA 3.0. Audition required. Additional conditions apply. $850. Sasha Gerritson, music, (773) 442-5906, s-gerritson@neiu.edu THE JOHN AND EVA KRUMP FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP IN MUSIC OR ART Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu Freshman, sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student in COBM. Additional conditions apply (3 scholarships-$500 each). CHUCK KANE SCHOLARSHIP FOR THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu Freshman, sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student in the College of Arts and Sciences. Additional conditions apply (3 scholarships-$500 each). CHUCK KANE SCHOLARSHIP FOR THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Tom Parry, health, physical education, recreation and athletics, (773) 442-4818, t-parry1@neiu.edu Senior in secondary health education or community health and wellness. Minimum GPA 3.0. Additional conditions apply. $850. CHUCK KANE MEMORIAL AWARD: HEALTH AND WELLNESS Tom Parry, health, physical education, recreation and athletics, (773) 442-4818, t-parry1@neiu.edu Student majoring in physical education. Minimum GPA 3.0. $850. CHUCK KANE MEMORIAL AWARD: PHYSICAL EDUCATION
  19. 19. FUND NAME CRITERIA and ESTIMATED AMOUNT CONTACT ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS ARTURO NAJERA MEXICAN-AMERICAN SCHOLARSHIP Junior in Spanish. Minimum overall GPA 3.0 and Minimum GPA in Spanish 3.0. $700. Paul Schroeder-Rodriguez, world languages and cultures, (773) 442-4279, p-schroeder-rodriguez@neiu.edu Full-time junior or senior in Spanish. Latino/a descent. Minimum GPA 3.25. Additional conditions apply. $2,200. DR. CALIXTO C. MASÓ SPANISH SCHOLARSHIP Paul Schroeder-Rodriguez, world languages and cultures, (773) 442-4279, p-schroeder-rodriguez@neiu.edu Full-time junior or senior in business. Minimum GPA 2.5. Additional conditions apply. $1,100. ANDREW MIHOPOULOS SCHOLARSHIP Dean’s office, College of Business and Management, (773) 442-6100, cobm-do@neiu.edu Early childhood education major with financial need. $2,000. MARION L. MOLYNEAUX SCHOLARSHIP Ngoc-Diep Nguyen, teacher education, (773) 442-6197, n-nguyen8@neiu.edu Student pursuing any major in the arts or sciences. Preference for international or undocumented. Essay required. Minimum GPA undergraduate 2.5 and graduate 3.0. $900. DR. MOHAMMAD MOSSADEGH SERVANT LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP IN THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Dean’s office, College of Arts and Sciences, (773) 442-5700 Student pursuing any major in COBM. Preference for Iranian descent. Essay required. Minimum GPA undergraduate 2.5 and graduate 3.0. $4,200. DR. MOHAMMAD MOSSADEGH SERVANT LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP IN THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT Dean’s office, College of Business and Management, (773) 442-6100, cobm-do@neiu.edu Sophomore, junior or senior in English. Additional conditions apply. $550. ELY LIEBOW MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Tim Libretti, english, (773) 442-5823, t-libretti@neiu.edu Full-time student in good academic standing that demonstrates financial need. Latino/a descent. $2,200. DR. CALIXTO C. MASÓ EMERGENCY SCHOLARSHIP Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu Sophomore, junior or senior in English or communication, media and theatre. Additional conditions apply. $700. PAULA M. LEVY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu Junior, senior or graduate student. Minimum GPA 3.5. Additional conditions apply. $1,100. DANIEL K. KUZUHARA HOPE CENTER SCHOLARSHIP Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu Undergraduate or graduate student pursuing degree in early childhood education. $700. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu THE SUE, MARY JANE, AND JACQUELINE KRUMP SCHOLARSHIP Early childhood education major with financial need. $700. MARY JANE KRUMP CASCINO SCHOLARSHIP Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu
  20. 20. ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS FUND NAME CRITERIA and ESTIMATED AMOUNT CONTACT JORGE RODRIGUEZ SCHOLARSHIP Freshman, sophomore, junior or senior of Cuban descent majoring in education. Based on financial need. $400. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu Junior or senior. Additional conditions apply. $700. THE JEROME M. SACHS TRIBUTE SCHOLARSHIP Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu Full-time undergraduate or part-time graduate students. Latino/a descent. Minimum GPA 2.5. Additional conditions apply. $2,800. DR. SANTOS RIVERA ENLACE ENDOWMENT Frank Gaytan, director of ENLACE, (773) 442- 4877, f-gaytan@neiu.edu Minimum GPA 3.0. Based on financial need. $400. BERNARD AND ETHEL RATTNER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu Freshman, sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student. Minimum GPA 3.0. Additional conditions apply. $1,500. THE PEACE SCHOLARSHIP Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu Based on financial need. $5,000.NEIU FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu Full-time sophomore, junior or senior living in Lake County. Special consideration given to Latino/a students. Minimum GPA 2.5. Additional conditions apply. $6,500. NEIU COLLEGE OF LAKE COUNTY UNIVERSITY CENTER SCHOLARSHIP Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu Sophomore, junior or senior in music. Based on merit/academic excellence. Audition required. Additional conditions apply. $600. THE JOAN SACHS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Sasha Gerritson, music, (773) 442-5906, s-gerritson@neiu.edu A.C. SHABICA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Freshman, sophomore, junior or senior. Based on merit/academic excellence. Additional conditions apply. $950. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu SMITH-BARNEY MERCANTILE FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP Full or part-time undergraduate or graduate student in the College of Education. CPS High School graduates only. Minimum GPA 2.5 for undergraduate and 3.0 for graduate. Additional conditions apply. $1,100. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu NADA SPASOJEVICH SCHOLARSHIP Sophomore, junior or senior with an interest in vocal/dance performance, music education or the arts. Based on merit/ academic excellence. Audition required. Additional conditions apply. $1,000. Sasha Gerritson, music, (773) 442-5906, s-gerritson@neiu.edu
  21. 21. FUND NAME CRITERIA and ESTIMATED AMOUNT CONTACTFUND NAME CRITERIA and ESTIMATED AMOUNT CONTACT ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS MARK ZINMAN SCHOLARSHIP Undergraduate Special Education major. Minimum GPA 3.0. Essay and letter of recommendation required. $700. Sandra Beyda-Lorie, Special Education, (773) 442-5583, s-beyd@neiu.edu Sasha Gerritson, music, (773) 442-5906, s-gerritson@neiu.edu Sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student in music. Additional conditions apply. $2,200. MARLENE WILCZYNSKI AND KENNETH P. GILL SCHOLARSHIP RONALD WILLIAMS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP African-American sophomore, junior or senior. Minimum GPA 3.0. Additional conditions apply. $850. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu GUS ZIAGOS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP AWARD Declared major in Physical Education, Secondary or Community Health. Minimum GPA 3.0. Renewable by nomination only. Additional conditions apply. $850. Tom Parry, health, physical education, recreation and athletics, (773) 442-4818, t-parry1@neiu.edu EMILY VINSON STOFFA SCHOLARSHIP Freshman piano majors. Audition required. Additional conditions apply. $1,100. Sasha Gerritson, music, (773) 442-5906, s-gerritson@neiu.edu ROBERTO EUGENE TIRADO SCHOLARSHIP Incoming freshman from Lake View High School. Puerto Rican descent preferred. Minimum GPA 2.0. Renewable until degree completion. Additional conditions apply. $950. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu DORIS VROOMAN MENTORING AWARD First semester sophmores will work with a mentor for a full semester. Must be interested in a major within the College of Arts and Sciences. Minimum GPA 2.75. $2,000. Damaris Tapia, alumni relations, (773) 442- 4208, d-tapia1@neiu.edu LYNNE E. WORSHAM MEMORIAL AWARD First preference to students who attended Michael Faraday Elementary School. Second preference to graduates of any school within the Chicago Public School system interested in a degree in education. $300. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu
  22. 22. FUND NAME CRITERIA and ESTIMATED AMOUNT CONTACT GEORGE RICO PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARSHIP IN MUSIC Recognizes academic promise and is offered to incoming freshman entering in the fall semester who intend to major in music. Presidential Scholars are automatically admitted into the university honors program. Minimum GPA 3.35 and 27 ACT composite score. Renewable for 3 academic years if GPA of 3.5 is maintained and participation in the university honors program continued. Audition required. Full-tuition for one year, fees and book allowance for a total of 4 years. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu JARVIS FAMILY PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARSHIP Recognizes academic promise and is offered to incoming freshman entering in the fall semester. Presidential Scholars are automatically admitted into the university honors program. Minimum GPA 3.35 and 27 ACT composite score. Renewable for 3 academic years if GPA of 3.5 is maintained and participation in the university honors program continued. Full-tuition for one year, fees and book allowance for a total of 4 years. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARSHIP Recognizes academic promise and is offered to incoming freshman entering in the fall semester. Presidential Scholars are automatically admitted into the university honors program. Minimum GPA 3.35 and 27 ACT composite score. Renewable for 3 academic years if GPA of 3.5 is maintained and participation in the university honors program continued. Full-tuition for one year, fees and book allowance for a total of 4 years. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARSHIPS CRITERIA and ESTIMATED AMOUNT CONTACT ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS
  23. 23. FUND NAME CRITERIA and ESTIMATED AMOUNT CONTACT “When I see social work students, I see myself. We are first-generation college students, children of immigrants, and people from under-represented groups. We have the ideal to help others like us. I would not have achieved my goal of serving others without the financial assistance that supported my education. I give because I want to ensure that the cycle of service continues.” FRANK GAYTAN, Director of ENLACE Leadership Institute
  24. 24. FUND NAME CRITERIA and ESTIMATED AMOUNT CONTACT ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIPS ALL annual scholarships are dependent upon annual donations. THE ANDREW A. HAY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Sophomore, junior or senior in earth science (major or minor). Minimum GPA 3.0. Renewable. Additional conditions apply. Earth sciences department, (773) 442-6050 GRAINGER FOUNDATION COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT SCHOLARSHIP Student in the college of business and management. Additional conditions apply. $5,000. Dean’s office, College of Business and Management, (773) 442-6100, cobm-do@neiu.edu ANITA LOUISE BIANCO STUDENT TEACHING AWARD Awarded to a student in Special Education. Additional Conditions apply. $300. Sandra Beyda, special education, 773‐442‐5583, s-beyda@neiu.edu RUTH HANNA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP IN MUSIC Female. Junior, senior or graduate in music. Audition required. Additional conditions apply. Renewable one time. $3,000. Sasha Gerritson, music, (773) 442-5906, s-gerritson@neiu.edu Sasha Gerritson, music, (773) 442-5906, s-gerritson@neiu.edu HAROLD E. BERLINGER MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP Freshman, sophomore, junior or senior in music. Based on merit/academic excellence. Audition required. APPLIED PROFESSIONALISM AWARD IN SOCIALWORK Sophomore, junior or senior in social work. Based on merit/academic excellence. Additional conditions apply. Jade Stanley, social work, (773) 442-4764, j-stanley@neiu.edu LUCILLE AND EDWARD KEATING SCHOLARSHIP Junior or senior in education. Minimum GPA 3.0. Additional conditions apply. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu VIRGINIA KANE SCHOLARSHIP Freshman, sophmore, junior, senior or graduate student. Additional conditions apply. $500. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu THE RORY DONNELLY FAMILY ASSISTANCE AWARD Female. Single parent. Minimum GPA 2.0. Renewable (by nomination only). Provides 50% of monthly daycare expenses. Additional conditions apply. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu COMMUNICATING SEXUALITIES SCHOLARSHIP Student registered in either class, The Sociology of Sexualities or Communication, Gender and Identity. Minimum GPA 3.0. Additional conditions apply. $550. Tony Adams, communication, media and theatre, (773) 442-5928, a-adams3@neiu.edu Education major. Minimum GPA 2.75. Additional conditions apply. Multiple awards. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu GREATER MILWAUKEE FOUNDATION DONALD P. TIMM FUND WILLIAM ITKIN CHILDREN’S SERVICES SCHOLARSHIP Undergraduate showing outstanding leadership, academics and services to children and within the special education program. $500. Sandra Beyda, special education, 773‐442‐5583, s-beyda@neiu.edu NEIU LIBRARY AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH Students must present at the annual Student Research and Creative Activities Symposium. Essay required. Additional conditions apply. $300. Mary Thill, library, 773‐442‐4405, m-thill@neiu.edu
  25. 25. FUND NAME CRITERIA and ESTIMATED AMOUNT CONTACTFUND NAME CRITERIA and ESTIMATED AMOUNT CONTACT DR. KUSOL VAROPHAS AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING GRADUATE STUDENTS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE Graduate student. Based on merit/academic excellence. Additional conditions apply. Jeffrey Hill, political science, (773) 442-5659, j-hill@neiu.edu MCGOWAN SCHOLARSHIP IN MUSIC Sophomore, junior or senior in music. Additional conditions apply. Sasha Gerritson, music, (773) 442-5906, s-gerritson@neiu.edu VINCENT ODDO MEMORIAL AWARD Full-time sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student in music or music education. Audition required. Additional conditions apply. Sasha Gerritson, music, (773) 442-5906, s-gerritson@neiu.edu OPERA PICCOLA AWARD IN MUSIC Full-time sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student in music (voice). Minimum GPA 3.0. Audition required. Additional conditions apply. Sasha Gerritson, music, (773) 442-5906, s-gerritson@neiu.edu PI SIGMA ALPHA-THETA LAMBDA CHAPTER SCHOLARSHIP Junior or senior in political science. Minimum GPA 3.25. Additional conditions apply. Up to $500 per semester. Jeffrey Hill, political science, (773) 442-5659, j-hill@neiu.edu KEEGAN NOONE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Degree-seeking student in good standing who is enrolled in or has completed the course“Social Justice and Mental Health.” Additional conditions apply. $1,000. Cris Toffolo, justice studies, (773) 442-4761, c-toffolo@neiu.edu ORVIETO MUSICA AWARD Sophomore, junior or senior in music (major or minor). Audition required. Additional conditions apply. Sasha Gerritson, music, (773) 442-5906, s-gerritson@neiu.edu History major or minor. Minimum GPA 3.5 in history. Additional conditions apply. $1,000. Michael Tuck, history, (773) 442-5606, m-tuck@neiu.edu SUSAN E. ROSA MEMORIAL AWARD FOR GRADUATE STUDIES Sasha Gerritson, music, (773) 442-5906, s-gerritson@neiu.edu HAMILTON AND MARILYN VIETS AWARD IN MUSIC Sophomore, junior or senior in music or music education. Audition required. Additional conditions apply. $1,000. NEIU FOUNDATION STUDENT TRAVEL AWARD Degree-seeking student in good standing whose research/work has been accepted for presentation at an academic conference. Funds may be split among multiple presenters and used for airfare, rental car, hotel and conference fees. $600 for domestic travel, $1000 for international travel (per conference). Marcus Hamlin, (773) 442-4200, m-hamlin@neiu.edu LESLIE W. MACDONALD SCHOLARSHIP Freshman, sophomore, junior or senior. Additional conditions apply. $2,500. Michelle Morrow, scholarships, (773) 442- 4606, m-morrow@neiu.edu ELYSE J. MACH MUSIC AWARD Presented to the finalists of the department of music’s annual concerto competition. Additional conditions apply. Sasha Gerritson, music, (773) 442-5906, s-gerritson@neiu.edu ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIPS
  26. 26. Apply for Scholarships at neiu.academicworks.com or email scholarships@neiu.edu for information ALUMNI & Contact the Development Office: (773) 442-4210 or visit neiu.edu/foundation Interested in learning more about scholarships in the NEIU Foundation?
  27. 27. 3/5/2018 Northeastern Illinois University assumes no financial responsibility for international students. All international students are required to show proof that funds are guaranteed for the first year of study to obtain an I-20. Please ensure that adequate funding will continue to be available from the same or equally reliable sources for subsequent years. The following figures indicate the minimum amount needed for one academic year (fall & spring terms, minimum full-time enrollment) and twelve months of living expenses. Estimated costs may be higher or lower than shown. An international student on an F-1 or J-1 visa cannot sponsor another international student. If you are adding dependents you will need to provide additional expenses per year. Dependents are not permitted to work in the U.S. 1. PERSONAL RESOURCES: You and your sponsor(s) must: 1) complete the section below; and 2) attach an original bank/financial institution letterhead, for each sponsor/financial institution, verifying that funds, stated in U.S. dollars, and totaling at least the minimum amount required for one year’s support, as described above, are available to you (savings account, current money market account, current certificates of deposit) while you are pursuing a full-time course of study applicable to your degree program. The letter must bear the original signature, in ink, of a bank officer/official. For more acceptable financial documentations see page 2. Sponsor Name: Sponsor Address: Sponsor Phone # Sponsor Email Address: Relationship to Student: I will provide FULL financial support towards student’s educational and living expenses for the full length of degree program at NEIU. I have attached an official bank letter/bank Statement. Sponsor’s Signature: Date: I will provide PARTIAL financial support of the amount of USD: $ Sponsor’s Signature: Date: II. OTHER RESOURCES: If you will be sponsored by a government agency or private grant or scholarship, the sponsor or official designee must complete the appropriate section below. Please attach the official contract or agreement when returning this form. THE INFORMATION MUST INCLUDE THE EXACT OR MINIMUM AMOUNT OF U. S. DOLLARS WHICH WILL BE PROVIDED EACH YEAR AND THE LENGTH OF TIME THIS MONEY WILL BE AVAILABLE. WE CANNOT ADMIT YOU WITHOUT THIS INFORMATION AND SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION. Governmental Agency/Scholarship Name: Amount Award $ Duration of Award EXPENSE AY 2016-2017 AY 2017-2018 AY 2018-2019 Tuition and Mandatory fees Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice. $ 16,776.00 $ 20,050.00 $ 20,726.88 Health insurance- Estimated $ 1,644.00 $ 1,644.00 $ 1,200.00 Books & supplies - Estimated $ 2,400.00 $ 2,400.00 $ 800.00 12 mo. Living expenses (room & board) - Estimated $ 12,000.00 $ 12,000.00 $ 12,000.00 12 mo. Transportation expenses - Estimated $ 360.00 $ 360.00 $ 384.00 TOTAL $ 33,180.00 $ 33,180.00 $ 35,110.83 College of Business Tuition and Mandatory Fees Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice. $ 16,776.00 $ 21,632.40 $ 22,628.57 Total $ 33,180.00 $ 34,762.40 $ 37,012.57 Will you be accompanied by Dependents? YES NO These figures are subject to increase without notice. Please attach a sheet of paper listing the name, date of birth, country of birth, country of citizenship, and relationship to you of all dependents, along with identification pages of their passports. If yes. Additional for Spouse + $ 7,200.00 +Health Insurance $ 1,689.00 Total + $ 8,889.00 If Yes, Additional Per Child + $ 6,000.00 +Health Insurance $ 642.00 Total + $ 6,642.00 Student Name: Surname/Family Name Given Name/First Name Middle Name (s) Term applying: Fall ____________ Spring __________ Summer IA _________ Summer II _______ Summer IB_______ Applicant’s Certification I certify that the financial information furnished is a complete and accurate statement of resources available for study in the United States. I understand that submission of inaccurate and/or fraudulent information can be considered sufficient cause for termination my enrollment and revoking my I-20 at Northeastern. I will submit original financial documentation upon arrival to the U.S. to my PDSO/DSO. (Applicant’s Signature) (Date) (Signature and seal/stamp of Notary Public or Legal Official FINANCIAL STATEMENT: UNDERGRADUATE INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS Required for I-20 Processing and University Admission
  28. 28. 3/5/2018 REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION ANY COMBINATION OF Fund is acceptable, as long as you can demonstrate the coverage for 12 months. This financial statement and attached supporting document(s) cannot be dated more than six months prior to the date of receipt in the OIP. Scanned original copies will be received for application. Legible Scanned PDF Copies are acceptable. Please make copies of all application documents, including your financial documents, for yourself. Students must submit original financial statement and bank letter upon arrival to the U.S. They will become property of the University and will not be returned. Copies will not be provided to you by the OIP. Bank letter/statement/ Loan Guidelines Sponsor can be: Self, Family, Friend. Personal Funds Personal Loan Must be dated within 6 months of application submission. Name of account holder must be present Official letter must be in English, or be certified by an English Translator. Type of Account ONLY: Savings, Checking, Certificate of Deposit, Money market Accounts Must show currency and its USD equivalency Must be issued by bank with official bank seal. Official Bank Letter with Bank Seal, if no seal must be Notarized Recent Bank Statements must be dated within the last 6 months. Sponsors from Family/Friends in the U.S.: Copy of Affidavit of Support –I-134 is required got to https://www.uscis.gov/i-134 . Copy of Official Bank Letter with Official Bank Seal Must be dated within the last 6 months Governmental Agency/Scholarship Sponsor: Original letter from Governmental Agency or Scholarship Sponsor Must be dated within the last 6 months Must indicate award recipient Must indicate period of time covered by the award Must indicate institution, Northeastern Illinois University Must indicate total amount of support given to during the time period. Must indicate if the amount will be awarded to student or to the institution. LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES, RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS, EMPLOYER LETTERS, REAL ESTATE HOLDINGS, BUSINESS ACCOUNTS AND TAX RETURNS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE. FAXES AND PHOTO COPIES ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE.

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