Business students are able to earn valuable scholarships to reward them for their outstanding academic achievements while assisting them in paying for their college education. The College, along with its departments, recognizes student achievements by offering a diversity of scholarship money, totaling approximately $300,000 each year.
Incoming freshmen who have excelled in academics, leadership, and community service should consider applying for this group of scholarships. Please note, only those who have been admitted to BGSU and the College of Business are eligible to apply.
Additional scholarships not listed in the Scholarship Search link above:
Christian Korsnack (Moss Adams) Scholarship
Construction Financial Management Association Scholarship
Crowe Horwath Scholarship
Deloitte & Touche Scholarship
Gilmore, Jasion & Mahler Scholarship
Ernst & Young Scholarship
Marathon Ashland Petroleum Scholarship
R.A. Whaley (Ernst & Young) Scholarship
REA and Associates Scholarship
Wayne Landes (Ernst & Young) Scholarship
All full-time accounting major
Junior or senior accounting major
Robert A. Patton
Based on academic achievement; minimum 3.0 GPA; involvement in campus and/or community activities; a junior or senior next academic year.
Marta Rubcich Endowment
An undergraduate majoring in business administration
Herbert R. Hipp International Business Scholarship
Demonstrated interest in international business; minimum 3.0 GPA; a junior or senior next academic year
Entrepreneurship Graduating Senior of the Year Award
A graduating senior (May, August, or December)
Bruce and Janet Misamore
Amount varies. Rising junior or senior. Must have completed or currently enrolled in FIN 3000. Full Time student in CBA with a specialization in Finance.
Finance Faculty Book Scholarship
Amount varies; rising junior or senior; must have completed or currently enrolled in FIN 3000; minimum overall GPA of 2.50
John & Inge Bowyer Annual Book Scholarship and The Louis &
Adelyne Klein Annual Book Scholarship
Amount varies; rising senior; full-time student in the College with a specialization in Finance; minimum overall GPA of 2.50
Chan and Young Hahn Freshman Scholarships
Award amount: variable based upon availability of funds Student in CBA with a specialization in International Business, Management, and/or Supply Chain Management; minimum GPA 3.0; freshman standing
Karl & Joan Vogt Award
Award amount: $250 - $500; amount variable based upon donors and availability of funds Student in CBA with a specialization in International Business, Management, and/or Supply Chain Management; minimum GPA 3.0; incoming freshmen, rising freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors
NAPM Pharmaceutical Scholarship
Full-time rising junior or senior who is officially enrolled in the CBA; declared specialization in Supply Chain Management; Award amount: Variable based on available fund balance Minimum GPA 3.0; evidence leadership through campus or community involvement
Outstanding Senior Awards
Award amount: variable based upon availability of funds Student in CBA with a specialization in International Business, Management, or Supply Chain Management; must have senior status and graduating in May, minimum GPA 3.0. Award offered to a student(s) in each specialization who has demonstrated leadership in student professional organizations, campus or community organizations; relevant co-op/internship; positive contribution to BGSU’s program and reputation.
Supply Chain Management Institute Corporate Partnership Scholarships
Award amount: $500 - $1000; amount and number of scholarships awarded are based upon donations from current SCMI members and donors. Current SCMI corporate partners are: Advanced Drainage Systems, Bendix, CACI, Diebold Inc., Emerson Climate Technologies, Exel, Expeditors, First Energy, First Solar, Honda, John Deere, Magna-Norplas Ind., Marathon, Matco Tools, Nordson Corp., Owens Corning, Parker Hannifin, Swagelok, Therma-Tru and XPO Logistics Co. Student in CBA with a specialization in International Business, Management, and/or Supply Chain Management; minimum GPA 3.0; incoming freshmen, rising freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors; first preference given to Supply Chain Management majors.