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Scholarships

 
The DezMax Scholarship is awarded annually to BIC students who embody the cause-driven character of BICster Desmond Maxwell, who died a few months before graduating with BIC’s inaugural class of 2015. Each year, BIC awards up to $3,000 to a BIC student/s whose submission embodies the spirit of Dez, a Harlem native, proud Marine, and CCNY alum. 
 
Eligible students should submit 1) a 250-word abstract outlining their proposal and 2) a 7-10 minute digital presentation of their communications-based solution to a societal problem.
 
Be inventive. Consider the business viability of your proposal. You may submit an idea which was geminated in a class or for another competition; however, submissions will be judged on how well they meet the spirit of the DezMax “Cause + Charisma” Scholarship. 
 

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:

 
Students currently enrolled in the MPS program in Branding + Integrated Communications (BIC) are may apply after their first semester in the BIC program and if they meet the following criteria:
 
>>Demonstrated academic excellence (3.5 BIC GPA)
>>Evidence of serious personal dedication to chosen cause and/or a proven record of leadership shown in and outside of the classroom.
>>Being able to demonstrate financial need will strengthen an applicant’s submission.
 

APPLYING for the DexMax Scholarship.

 
Please submit your statement and video to Professor Nancy R. Tag, ntag@ccny.cuny.edu, by December 30th.  The BIC Admissions Committee will select winner/s by Mid-January. The Desmond Maxwell Cause + Charisma Scholarship will be applied directly to the subsequent Spring semester’s tuition.   
 
 

MAKING a donation.

 
The DezMax fund is administered through the City College Fund. Please go to this link to donate. Be sure to write “The Desmond Maxwell Scholarship” in the COMMENT box. 
 
 
 

THANKS to our donors. 

 
 
 
Special appreciation to GroupM which has pledged $5,000 every year for five years. 
 
 
Extra gratitude to Rob Norman — not just for his heartfelt contribution, but for his encouragement to others to donate. 
 
Thanks to the following for donating to the Desmond Maxwell Scholarship:
 
(list to come)