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Scholarships

J. Edwin White Memorial Scholarship

  1. Amount: $500 per semester. Available fall and spring semesters during the academic year. May be awarded for one or both semesters. One or two scholarships are awarded per year.
  2. Criteria: The student must have a declared major in Finance and indicate that they will continue to pursue a degree in Finance. The student must be an undergraduate and classified at the junior-level or higher at the time of receiving the scholarship. An overall grade point average of 2.75 or higher is required. Academic performance, overall and in finance courses, is the major factor in selecting recipients; however, extracurricular activities, career objectives and availability of other sources of financial assistance are considered. Preference is given to graduates of high schools in Leon and Wakulla counties (Florida).

Mark and Nancy Casper Hillis Scholarship

  1. Amount: $500 per semester. Available fall and spring semesters during the academic year. May be awarded for one or both semesters. One scholarship is awarded per year.
  2. Criteria: The student must have a declared major in Finance and indicate that they will continue to pursue a degree in Finance. The student must be classified at the junior-level or higher at the time of receiving the scholarship. An overall grade point average of 2.75 or higher is required. Academic performance, overall and in finance courses, is the major factor in selecting recipients; however, extracurricular activities, career objectives and availability of other sources of financial assistance are considered.

John Philip Pomeroy Presidential Scholarship

  1. Amount: $500 per semester. Available fall and spring semesters during the academic year. May be awarded for one or both semesters. One or two scholarships are awarded per year.
  2. Criteria: The student must have a declared major in Finance and indicate that they will continue to pursue a degree in Finance. The student must be classified at the junior-level or higher at the time of receiving the scholarship. An overall grade point average of 2.75 or higher is required. Academic performance, overall and in finance courses, is the major factor in selecting recipients; however, extracurricular activities, career objectives and availability of other sources of financial assistance are considered.

Karl and Sophie Schweizer Scholarship

  1. Amount: $500 per semester. Available fall and spring semesters during academic year. May be awarded for one or both semesters. Six to nine scholarships are awarded per year.
  2. Criteria: The student must have a declared major in Finance and indicate that they will continue to pursue a degree in Finance. The student must be classified at the junior-level or higher at the time of receiving the scholarship. An overall grade point average of 2.75 or higher is required. Academic performance, overall and in finance courses, is the major factor in selecting recipients; however, extracurricular activities, career objectives and availability of other sources of financial assistance are considered.

 

Application Period

Open application period is April for the following fall and spring semesters. Click HERE for this year's application. Application deadline is the Friday of exam week during the spring semester. Students are notified by early July if they have been selected for the scholarship and for which semester.