The Morton Bahr Online Learning Scholarship at SUNY Empire State College
Morton Bahr is recognized as one of the world's most influential union leaders and has been noted especially for groundbreaking leadership on worker education issues. He is the labor movement's leading expert on technology and information-based industries.
The Morton Bahr Online Learning Scholarship is available to individuals pursuing a degree at Empire State College.
The scholarship, created in the name of Empire State College alumnus Morton Bahr, assists union members and other workers by advancing their educational goals and enhancing educational access through distance learning.
Who can apply for the scholarship?
Union workers, family members and/or domestic partners interested in registering for undergraduate degree studies with Empire State College may apply. Potential scholars interested in applying should send in their applications as soon as possible.
What does the scholarship cover?
Scholarship awards will fully cover tuition, fees and special services. Students in the program will be eligible for scholarship funding for one or two courses per term, for a maximum of 8 credits. They will continue to receive scholarship funding as long as they maintain satisfactory academic progress. Once enrolled as a Bahr scholar, students also must apply for other federal, state, corporate or union financial aid for which they may be eligible.
How do I apply?
Call 800-847-3000, ext. 2492
Upon request, an application can be sent to you via email or regular U.S. mail.
2015-16 Application/Nomination Forms - Bahr Scholarship Application (PDF 185kB)
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