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Grewal, Harchand Singh & Jagir Kaur Memorial Scholarship

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In 2003, brothers Pritam Singh Grewal and Amarjit Singh Grewal created this scholarship in memory of their parents and to honor their belief in personal excellence. Pritam is president of ADPP Enterprises, which owns and operates gas stations in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The company has grown from an entrepreneurial start-up to one of the best-run gas retailers in the country.

“My parents always encouraged us to put our best effort in all our endeavors,” says Mr. Grewal, “and to push the limits of excellence. This principle has been the cornerstone of ADPP Enterprises’ way of doing business. I also understand the hardships of being a student, especially for students who are striving to excel in their studies despite being saddled with the burden of arranging the finances required to pursue their studies.”

The purpose of the award is to recognize the business success the brothers have achieved thanks to values instilled by their parents and to recognize a student with “a consistently high level of academic performance.”

  • For students enrolled in the Anisfield School of Business who demonstrate exceptional academic excellence
  • GPA 3.5+
  • Applicants must attach a one- to two-page essay describing their career goals and how they arrived at this decision

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2020 Recipient

Nicholas Juenemann

Nicholas Juenemann is a Junior Accounting major from Sayreville, N.J. He has a minor in International Business and intends to study abroad in China during his senior year. He is a Presidential Scholarship recipient and currently holds a 3.98 GPA.

Nick is a part of both Alpha Lambda Delta and Beta Gamma Sigma Honors Societies. He is also a part of Alpha Kappa Psi, where he serves as the treasurer. He has worked two internships in his time at Ramapo, one in cost accounting and one in tax. He will be starting a position as an Audit Associate in September of 2020.



2019 Recipients

Sumit Adhikari

Sumit Adhikari in an international student from Kathmandu, Nepal majoring in Business Administration. He has a 4.0 GPA.

At Ramapo, Sumit is part of the International Student Organization, South Asians Club, and Enactus Club. He also works for Student Activities Revenue Management at the Center for Student Involvement.

Sumit is also a part of SAIL (Sophomores Advancing in Leadership) program at Ramapo and plays soccer for Ramapo College Indoor Soccer Club. “I plan to go to graduate school to study finance and economics.”


Ryan Greff

Ryan Greff of Fair Lawn, N.J. is a Business Administration major with a concentration in Finance and a minor in Information Technology Management. He has a 4.0 GPA.  He is a member of the Alpha Lamba Delta Honor Society, the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, and the Golden Key Honor Society.

Ryan has been active in several organizations on campus, including the Ramapo College Foundation Board of Governors, Student Government Association, Anisfield School of Business Dean’s Advisory Council, and the President’s Committee for Campus Sustainability.

He serves as an Assistant Scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 53, as well as a Merit Badge Counselor. He is also an intern for the NJ Small Business Development Center.

Ryan is proud of his work in the Student Government Association. As a Senator-at-Large, he has successfully increased commuter representation on campus by working to add commuter advisory seats on the President’s Advisory Council and Library Learning Commons Task Force. He led the creation of the Commuter Overnight Housing Program. He has also worked to obtain volt-chargers for the Potter Library, passed Student Government legislation that aims to increase the recycling rate on campus and regulate the organization’s use of Styrofoam, and worked with the financial aid office to increase private scholarship opportunities for students.

After Ramapo, Ryan plans to work as a force to help grow small business in New Jersey.



2018 Recipients

Robert Sartori

Robert Sartori of Ramsey, N.J. is a junior Business Administration major with a concentration in Marketing, and currently holds a 3.74 GPA. He is also a member of the Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society.

He is a member of the Ramapo College Baseball team, which won the 2016 NJAC Championship his freshman year. He has participated in Relay for Life, and was a volunteer note-taker for disabled students his sophomore year. He also helps at the Thanksgiving Food Drive with the baseball team.

Robert hopes to pursue a career in television production and writing after he graduates.


Meredith Butler

Meredith Butler of Pawtucket, R.I. is a Business Administration major with a double concentration in Management and Finance.  She has a 3.87 GPA. She is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society, Golden Key International Honour Society, and has been on the Dean’s List for the past four semesters.

Meredith is a captain on the Women’s Track and Field Team at Ramapo, and a member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Council.  She is the Parliamentarian of her sorority, as well as a member of the Academic Excellence Committee and Standards Board.

“I’m interning at Cambridge Medical Funding Group in Glen Rock, N.J. which I hope will prepare me for a career in the business world.”


2017 Recipients

Nicholas Evans

As a quadruplet, Nicholas Evans understands the financial challenges of paying for a college education. On learning of his scholarship, Nicholas remarked, “I know my parents will appreciate this award as well, as they will see the hard work I put into my schoolwork paying off!” The Business Administration/Management major from Midland Park, NJ has a 3.75 GPA and was named to the Dean’s List in Spring 2016.

Nicholas is active in the Golf Club at Ramapo. His love of golf also takes him off campus, where he works at TGA of Bergen County as a golf instructor.

He also volunteers his time at St. Catharine’s RC Church in Glen Rock.

Riana Katz

Riana Katz is an incoming sophomore Business Administration Major with a concentration in Management and an intended minor in Women and Gender Studies. She currently holds a 3.96 GPA. She is in the Honors Program, Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society, and is a Dean’s List recipient.

This coming semester she is looking forward to serving as an Honors Development Group Leader, Leaders in Service Member, Enactus Vice President of Administration and Project Manager, Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity Secretary, and interning at Automatic Data Processing (ADP). Riana demonstrates her dynamic work ethic and passion to serve her community through both her academic achievements and civic engagement.



2016 Recipient

Princep Shah

Princep Shah of Nepal is a Business Administration major with a concentration in Finance, Math and Computer Science.  He has a 4.0 GPA.

Princep has been active in Student Government at Ramapo, where he has been an alternative student governor as well as a member of the ASB Dean’s Advisory Council.   He is also a Resident Assistant, and an active member of the Finance and Investment Clubs.

As part of a semester abroad, he worked as a Consumer and Wealth Management intern at Bank of Ireland in Dublin.

“The leadership and extracurricular opportunities that Ramapo provides has helped me grow a lot… I have learned so much, grown so much, and best of all, I have made friendships that will last a lifetime!”



2015 Recipient

Alexis Duke

Alexis Duke of Flemington, N.J. is an accounting major. She has a 3.8 grade point average. She was inducted into the Golden Key Honor Society, National Society of Collegiate Scholars and Alpha Lambda Delta.

At Ramapo, Alexis has been active in several organizations and activities, including the College Programming Board (CPB), Alpha Kappa Psi and Ramapo College Student Ambassadors. She served as On-Campus Programmer for CPB and the service chair for Alpha Kappa Psi.

Alexis has also been involved in off –campus activities, including service as a volunteer with community food supply and school supply drives.


2014 Recipient

Saroj Maharjan

Saroj Maharjan is an international student from Nepal majoring in economics and accounting. He has a grade point average of 3.94.
On campus, Saroj has participated in the Federal Reserve Challenge, the CFA Research Challenge Team, the KPMG mentorship program and the United Nation’s DPI Public Youth Conference.



2013 Recipient

Melanie Ciandella

Melanie Ciandella of Maywood, NJ is a Business Administration major with a concentration in Finance. She is a member of Change Collegiate Network, the History Club, Intervarsity, the College Honors Program, Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. Melanie became interested in finance by watching her Mom manage the household bills. “I do not want people to suffer and go into debt because they do not properly manage their money or have the foresight to question what they are being billed for,” Melanie says. Melanie has a 3.85 grade point average and plans to become a financial planner.


2012 Recipient

Caitlin Mahoney

Caitlin Mahoney of Montville, NJ is an Accounting major. Many of her activities revolve around organizations that will assist her career. On campus, she works in the Center for Student Involvement as a student activities revenue management assistant. She also is a member of the Allocations Committee and a volunteer for the Judicial Board. Off campus she attends networking and professional development events sponsored by the NJCPA and the Morris County Chamber of Commerce. Caitlin, who has a 3.98 grade point average, plans to become a CPA.



2011 Recipient

Leidy Duque

Leidy Duque of Hackensack, NJ is an International Business major. A native of Colombia, Leidy is excited about the possibility that the United States will open a free trade agreement with South America. “My objective is to own a business or be part of one that will facilitate international free trade between the United States and South America.” She is confident that her college education, South American roots and ability to speak and write both English and Spanish will provide her with an advantage. Leidy, who has a 3.71 grade point average, is grateful to her family in Colombia for their love and support.

I am eager to obtain my degree in international business and this scholarship has played an important role in facilitating my goal. It is not only the financial assistance, but also the knowledge that there are those who are willing to help those who try hard. This has truly been a motivation to me and an important part of my college education.


2009 Recipient

Sarah Warren

Sarah Warren, a Business Administration/ Finance major from Belle Mead, NJ is passionate about her studies and humanitarian causes. The senior, who has a grade point average of 3.84, is proud of her induction into Delta Mu Delta National Business Honor Society. As president of the Operation Smile Student Association, she helped organize numerous fundraisers. Sarah believes it is imperative to make a difference through action and particularly enjoys working as a tutor for the Office of Specialized Services.

She also volunteers for community service projects, including performing in talent shows for the elderly and assembling Mother’s Day baskets for abused women.

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