BHI is committed to supporting the education of Judaic scholars, educators, and communal
professionals who exemplify excellence in their chosen fields. Students enrolled in TU's graduate
Judaic Studies and Jewish Professional programs have access to BHI's need- and merit-based
Scholarship application information and due dates
for 2012-2013 BHI Scholarships:
Need-based scholarships will meet Towson University criteria for need, and will be awarded based on ranking by TU Financial Aid office.
Students receiving merit and/or need-based scholarships from BHI must take 2 or more 3-credit courses per semester, are expected to help with BHI events, and write thank you letters to donors.
Students receiving Merit scholarship must maintain a GPA of 3.5 or higher.
Procedures for applying for scholarship:
Requests by current students received after April 17th will not be considered.
For more information about BHI scholarships, please contact Michelle Taylor (410-704-7118). For information about FAFSA and Financial Aid/loans, please contact the Financial Aid office (410-704-4236).