Must be a current undergraduate student majoring in the School of Management and facing an unexpected financial crisis that could prevent the student from obtaining their degree.
Deadline: depends on available funds
In the table below, you will find brief descriptions of the scholarships awarded each fall to students in the School of Management.
To be eligible for a scholarship, you must be enrolled full time for the subsequent semester in School of Management and have a minimum overall GPA of 3.5.
Information coming in Spring 2022
Criteria and Descriptions
|The Challen Family Scholarship||Multiple awards will be based on academic merit (minimum 3.5 GPA) and financial need. Recipients must be Western New York natives and exhibit personal qualities that predispose recipients to success such as leadership potential, high character, loyalty, vision, positive attitude, industriousness, and self-motivation. Made available by the generous bequest of Bruce Challen, BA ’30.|
|Hsinchun Chen and Hsaio-Hui Chow Scholarship||Awarded annually to two Management Information Systems students with financial need. Established in 2010 by Dr. Hsinchun Chen, MBA ’85, and Dr. Hsiao-Hui Chow, PhD ’89 (School of Pharmacy).|
|John G. and Elizabeth Gibbons Scholarship||Multiple awards will be given based on academic merit (minimum 3.5 GPA). Made available by the generous bequest of John G. Gibbons, BS ’31, and his wife, Elizabeth.|
|Charles W. Pearson Scholarship||Awarded annually to one or two students based on academic merit (minimum 3.5 GPA) and financial need. Established in 1977 by the generous bequest of Charles W. Pearson and subsequent donations from family, friends and alumni.|
|Amena and Hatim Nakhoda & Family Endowed Scholarship Fund||Awarded annually to one or two students based on academic merit (minimum 3.5 GPA) and financial need. Must be a junior or senior in the program. Established in 2007 by Moeez H. Nakhoda, BS ’91, and family.|
|Arthur and Louise Wasserman Scholarship||Awarded annually to one student based on academic merit (minimum 3.5 GPA) and financial need. It is the donor's preference that the honoree be a Western New York native of Jewish heritage.|