School of Business Scholarships
- School of Business Scholarships
ALUMNI DEPARTMENTAL SCHOLARSHIP ACCOUNTING-BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
This scholarship is offered to an accounting or business administration major who has completed 32 or more credit hours of study and whose QPA is 3.2 or greater. This award is may be renewable for up to three years as long as the recipient continues to maintain a 3.2 or greater QPA. Financial need is not a factor.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND ECONOMICS AWARD
This scholarship was created by friends, employees, and alumni of the university to support students studying in the Business Administration and Economics Department. The award will be given to a freshman majoring in a program offered by the Business Administration and Economics Department. Awardees will be determined based on SAT/ACT scores, high school QPA and rank, and a typed essay describing why the student wishes to major in business or economics.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT FUND FOR STUDENT RESEARCH
Many of the students are unable to absorb the costs involved in participation in such activities. This fund will not only provide financial support to outstanding students, but will encourage and reward business students who demonstrate the highest potential for academic success at Edinboro University and beyond. The fund will be utilized to support and enhance student research and travel, including, but not limited to conference registration fees, research poster production, and conference travel and lodging expenses.
C&J INDUSTRIES SCHOLARSHIP IN HONOR OF C. RICHARD JOHNSTON
Dennis R. Frampton, a 1989 Edinboro graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Trades Leadership, is president of C&J Industries, a Crawford County plastics manufacturer and product design company specializing in complex, high-precision injection molded components and assemblies. As a member of the Edinboro University Foundation for more than a decade, Dennis served four years as its chair and his leadership efforts helped develop the $115 million Highlands at Edinboro University student housing complex. Preference will be made to those persons working full-time while pursuing a degree. The eligible candidate must be enrolled or enrolling in a degree-seeking program and may be a full-time or part-time student.
LUTHER V. HENDRICKS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
The establishment of this scholarship demonstrates Luther V. Hendricks’ remarkable dedication to higher education with the intention of providing financial assistance to students in the social sciences programs and to encourage the same commitment to education that he demonstrated during his life. The scholarship will be awarded to eligible students meeting the qualifications.
DR. K.V. JACOB ECONOMICS & BUSINESS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship provides financial assistance to a sophomore student majoring in economics or business administration. The recipient must be a full-time student (12 or more credits), have completed 32 or more credits, have a QPA of 3.5 or higher, and demonstrate financial need.
WILLIAM A. LITKE SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship currently provides an annual award to an entering freshman majoring in business administration who graduated from General McLane High School. This scholarship amount varies each year. The recipient must have graduated from high school with a cumulative QPA of a 3.0 or better ("B" average) in a college preparatory curriculum. This individual must also have a minimum SAT score of 900 and demonstrate financial need.
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT J. LOWTHER, JR. SCHOLARSHIP
This annual award will be given to a junior or senior (non-transfer) enrolled in a course of study leading to a bachelor of science degree in economics or business administration. The student must have a minimum of 12 credits, a minimum cumulative QPA of 2.0, and must be a United States citizen. This scholarship is renewable for the second year if awarded to a junior who maintains a 2.0 QPA.
RUSSELL M. WOOD ACCOUNTING SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship provides an award to an incoming freshman accounting major who has exhibited high academic achievement. In addition, the award, once given, will be continued for a 4 year period if the recipient maintains a minimum QPA of 3.0. Financial need is a factor.