One annual award will be presented to a graduating senior who will be entering the MS in Public Accounting Program at Mercy University. The candidates must have demonstrate academic excellence, exhibit leadership within the community, and be an active accounting program student participant.
Annual scholarship award for a Mercy University student who is pursuing a career in Advertising, Marketing, Digital Media or Graphic Arts and who has shown outstanding work in their college years. If no Advertising, Marketing, Digital Media or Graphic Arts student is available in a given year, then any undergraduate within Department of Communication and The Arts will be eligible.
One annual award of $500 will be given to a graduating senior who will pursue a graduate degree in English Literature at Mercy University. Preference will be given to applicants who will focus their studies on medieval literature and/or who are graduating from the Bronx campus.
Annual award for a Mercy University student who has completed an undergraduate degree in Marketing and who has shown outstanding work in their college years. If no Marketing Major is available in a given year then any undergraduate within the School of Business will be eligible. The student awardee must display a determination to continue their studies at a graduate level at Mercy University within the School of Business.
Annual award for a journalism student at Mercy University who has demonstrated integrity and scholarly inquiry during their training for a career in journalism.
The purpose of the Elting Memorial Award in Accounting is to honor the memory of Professor James M. Elting by recognizing, at the University's annual Baccalaureate Ceremony, a graduating student who has majored in Accounting and who exemplifies the characteristics valued by Professor Elting: academic achievement, proficiency in taxation, personal growth and service to the University community.
An award up to $500 annually will be bestowed on a student who has completed any undergraduate degree within the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences and has shown outstanding work. The recipient must continue his/her graduate studies at Mercy.
Scholarship award for a graduating student in the Journalism Program who has demonstrated academic excellence. The award is given out at the Quill Awards.
The Howard Kellogg award for excellence in computer studies is given to an outstanding student in computers who demonstrates intellectual curiosity and creativity, as well as service to others.
The Oscar Kammerman memorial business award is given to an outstanding evening student in the business program.
Recognizes a graduating student who has majored in Accounting and who exemplifies the characteristics valued by Prof. Kuchinsky: academic achievement, conscientiousness, diligence, effort, hard work, professionalism and school spirit.
The Frances T.M. Mahoney Scholarship for graduate studies, endowed by Catherine Mahoney Follis, class of 1974, in honor of her sister and a beloved professor, is presented to a Mercy University graduating senior who has demonstrated excellence in his or her undergraduate studies and has been accepted in one of four Mercy University graduate programs in the field of psychology.
Honoring the spirit and dedication to the arts for which this award is named, the recipient is granted a monetary award and medal to recognize his/her dedication to and active participation in drama, oral interpretation of literature or the arts in general at Mercy University or in the wider community.
The Mercy University Memorial fund scholarship for graduate study is given each year to an outstanding student worker.
The Sister Mary Cunningham Award in History is established in memory of Sister Cunningham. Sister was a founding member of the History major who taught at the University for over two decades.
Annual non-cash award for a Mercy University student who has shown outstanding work in the field of creative writing. The award is usually given out at the English Department Honors Ceremony.