Named Scholarships

School of Business

Scholarship Name Description
Class of 1981 Business Scholarship Awarded to a student in the School of Business who is in good academic standing and has demonstrated financial need.
Howard Alper Memorial Scholarship Awarded to a junior or senior finance major with demonstrated financial need and an established record of academic achievement. Established in honor of Howard Alper by family and friends.
John D. Amsterdam '69 M.B.A. Endowed Scholarship Awarded to an outstanding student who has earned a bachelor's degree from the School of Business, who is entering one of the school's master's programs, who has exhibited active involvement and leadership in the school, and who has demonstrated financial need.
Wendy Bahlav '78 London Center Endowed Scholarship Awarded to a student majoring in business who will be attending the London Center and who has demonstrated financial need.
Douglas Betts Memorial Scholarship Awarded to outstanding students in the School of Business.
Borg-Warner Scholarship Awarded to an outstanding woman or African American, Latino, Asian, American, or Native American (ALANA) student in the School of Business who aspires to a career in corporate management. Financial need is not required.
Daniel J. '87 and Karen Heiligman '88 Branch Business Scholarship Awarded to an outstanding student, majoring in business, who demonstrates financial need.
Lewis H. Durland Scholarship Awarded to students with demonstrated financial need who attend the School of Business and reside in the greater Ithaca area. Established by Frank and Barbara Collyer in memory of Lewis H. Durland, a member of the board of trustees from 1977 to 1983.
Dane Fischer '02 Scholarship Awarded to a student in the School of Business who, regardless of need, demonstrates leadership in the school and/or the campus community and who has maintained a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher. Established by Cris and Tim Fischer in honor of Dane's graduation from Ithaca College in May 2002.
Forster Educational Foundation Scholarship Awarded to outstanding students in the field of accounting. Established by a gift from the Forster Educational Foundation.
R. G. "Red" Fowler Scholarship Awarded to a student majoring in business. Established in 1984 to honor R. G. "Red" Fowler, former manager of NCR and founder of the Friends of Ithaca College.
Diane J. Frisch '76 Scholarship Awarded to a junior or senior in the School of Business who intends to pursue a career in human resources and who has demonstrated financial need.
Stephen E. Garner Endowed Scholarship Awarded to an outstanding junior or senior in the School of Business with recognized leadership abilities, commitment to the community, and demonstrated financial need. Established in memory of Stephen E. Garner in 2006.
Garone Family Scholarship Awarded to a sophomore, junior, or senior majoring in business who is facing an unexpected financial situation that jeopardizes his or her continued enrollment at Ithaca College. Preference is given to students from Long Island.
David Giannotti '69 Endowed Scholarship Awarded to a junior or senior in the legal studies program who has demonstrated financial need and a history of outstanding performance.
Robert H. and Audrey E. Gordon Memorial Scholarship Awarded to seniors with demonstrated financial need who have established records of academic achievement and active participation in volunteer service on or off campus. Preference is given to students planning to pursue graduate study in preparation for careers in labor relations, labor law, or education. Established as a memorial tribute to Robert H. "Tickey" and Audrey E. Gordon.
Joseph M. Hartnett Scholarship Awarded to deserving students in the School of Business, with preference given to students from Tompkins County. Students must meet high citizenship standards both on and off campus. Strict measures of grade point averages or scholastic aptitude are not to be overemphasized. Established through gifts from Tompkins Trust Company and the friends of Joseph M. Hartnett.
Investment Track Scholarship Awarded to a junior or senior in the School of Business with a demonstrated interest in the investment field and who has maintained a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher. Financial need is not required.
Seymour Knox Foundation Business Scholarship Awarded to students from the Buffalo, New York, area who are enrolled in the School of Business. Financial need is not required. Established by a grant from the Seymour Knox Foundation.
Lynn Love Liepertz '70 Scholarship Awarded to an outstanding student, majoring either in business or in music, who has demonstrated financial need.
Aniello Massa Accounting Scholarship Awarded, regardless of financial need, to full-time accounting majors at the sophomore or junior level who have exhibited outstanding academic achievement and demonstrated a commitment to the accounting program. Financial need is not required.
Patricia Nally Memorial Scholarship Awarded to a student in the School of Business with a grade point average of at least 3.0, a record of participating in cocurricular activities in the business school, and demonstrated financial need.
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Scholarship Awarded to accounting majors who are in their third year and going into their fourth year, or in their fourth year and admitted to an M.B.A. program at Ithaca College; who demonstrate outstanding academic performance, with a grade point average of 3.3 or higher; who plan to pursue careers in public accounting; and who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents of the United States. Established through contributions from the accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers and Ithaca College alumni employed there. Financial need is not required.
Robert Rackow Scholarship Awarded to students in the School of Business with demonstrated financial need. Established in memory of Robert Rackow.
Elmer D. Robinson Scholarship Awarded to an M.B.A. student with a grade point average of at least 3.0. Preference is given to a student from Tompkins County or a surrounding county. Financial need is not required. Established in memory of honorary trustee Elmer D. Robinson by his family and friends.
David W. Sass '57 Distinguished Achievement Scholarship Awarded to a senior in the School of Business who has demonstrated financial need and the best record of academic achievement as determined by the dean. Established by honorary trustee and alumnus David W. Sass to recognize and support superior academic achievement in business.
Michael Sherman and Sarah Skelton Sherman Scholarship Awarded to a junior or senior finance major with academic excellence and demonstrated financial need. The student must be a U.S. citizen or must have permanent nonresident status.
Singer Family Scholarship Awarded to an outstanding student with demonstrated financial need in the School of Business or the Roy H. Park School of Communications.
David P. Storch '75 Scholarship Awarded to worthy students in the School of Business. Established by David P. Storch.
John Sweeney '87 Memorial Scholarship Awarded to students in the School of Business who demonstrate an entrepreneurial spirit and actively help to improve campus life. Established in memory of John Sweeney, a 1987 graduate of the School of Business.
John T. Tucker '61 Scholarship Awarded to one sophomore, junior or senior in the School of Business with a grade point average of 2.75 or higher who demonstrates financial need and resides in a select group of counties, in the following order: Jefferson, St. Lawrence, Lewis, and Franklin. If no candidate from the School of Business meets these criteria, the scholarship will be awarded to a junior or senior from the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance majoring in physical therapy, occupational therapy, or health sciences. Established by John T. Tucker '61.
Robert A. Ullrich M.B.A. Scholarship Awarded to a graduate of the School of Business who is entering one of the school's master's programs with the highest undergraduate grade point average and who has shown active involvement and leadership in the school. Financial need is not required. This merit-based scholarship honors the service and dedication of Robert Ullrich, dean of the School of Business, 1998-2004.
Michelle Vitale '92 Accounting Scholarship Awarded to an accounting student who demonstrates exceptional involvement in the campus community as well as financial need. Established in memory of Michelle Vitale '92, who was an active member of the School of Business accounting program.
M. Raquib Zaman Business Scholarship Awarded to a student in the School of Business majoring in accounting or business administration who is in good academic standing. Financial need is not required. This scholarship was established in honor of Professor Zaman in recognition of his 40 years of dedicated teaching at Ithaca College.