School of Business students are encouraged to apply for endowed scholarships. As stated in the undergraduate catalog, awards are based primarily on academic performance. Please read all instructions carefully before completing the application. Please note that endowed scholarships will be awarded for the 2022-2023 academic year, so recipients must be enrolled at Ithaca College for AY22-23.
Many of our endowed scholarships are need-based, meaning students must be eligible for financial aid. REMEMBER: THE PRIORITY DEADLINE FOR FILING FOR FINANCIAL AID IS MARCH 1ST. Filing on time is very important; if you do not file by the priority deadline, you may not be considered as a primary candidate for some scholarships. For assistance in applying for aid, please contact Student Financial Services.
For more information on specific scholarship background or eligibility requirements, please visit: School of Business Named Scholarships. Scholarship recipients will be asked to write a thank you letter to the donor of each award.
- Students submit one application to be considered for all scholarships for which they are eligible. Incomplete applications (including the personal statement) will not be considered.
- All applications must be submitted online through Qualtrics (link below).
- All applications must be submitted by 11:59pm (EST) on Monday, March 15, 2022. The application portal will not accept new submissions after this date.
- Any questions regarding the application process can be directed to: Dawn Kline, Associate Dean, at email@example.com.
- All scholarship awardees will be notified by email by July 15, 2022. You may receive word of your award from the Office of Student Financial Services first, but your letter from the dean's office will contain instructions for writing a thank you letter to your award's donor. Please note that non-recipients will not be notified.
- For awards based on financial need, the amount of the award is determined by the Office of Student Financial Services depending on the availability of funds and on recommendations from the dean and/or faculty.
- It is imperative that recipients write a thank you letter or note to the donor of the award; failure to do so may disqualify your eligibility for future awards.