Corporation and Foundation Support


Providing access to higher education through scholarships is increasingly important. Foundation and corporate scholarship donors assist students in realizing their dreams and reaching their fullest potential, and they empower the University to recruit the best and brightest students. Scholarships enable students to pursue their goals and can help to distinguish resumes from other candidates during the employment interview process. Fairleigh Dickinson University has established partnerships with myriad institutional donors and continues to develops new relationships for scholarships support across a variety of needs and interests. One such need is the national demand for future healthcare workforce with healthcare professionals who culturally represent the communities they serve. FDU’s Henry P. Becton School of Nursing & Allied Health offers a number of scholarship opportunities for eligible students made possible by:

Helene Fuld Health Trust 
Edward W. & Stella C. Van Houten Memorial Fund 
• Walter and Louise Sutcliffe Foundation

Pharmacists, who play an important role in the delivery of healthcare services, must earn a doctor of pharmacy degree, which takes six years to complete. To support our students as they work towards their PharmD., FDU’s School of Pharmacy & Health Sciences provides scholarship awards to eligible students made possible by:

Allergan Foundation
CVS Health Foundation

The diverse scholarship opportunities that reflect the University’s and institutional donors' respective goals include:

Charlotte W. Newcombe Foundation: The Foundation has created an scholarship endowment for students enrolled in FDU’s Regional Center for Students with Learning Disabilities at the Metropolitan campus.
Robert Sydney Needham Foundation: The Foundation awards grants to establish and support the Robert Sydney Needham Memorial Scholarship at New Jersey colleges and universities. FDU students enrolled in the Silberman College of Business are eligible for support.
  Dr. Scholl Foundation: Scholarship awards from the Dr. Scholl Foundation support students enrolled in the University’s Latino Promise program.