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Other Named Awards

Our Scholarship Committee takes a holistic evaluation of every student’s potential when determining scholarship awards. Along with test results and academic performance, we recognize professional experience, extracurricular involvement, community contributions, and leadership capabilities. In addition to our flagship fellowships and scholarships, Full-Time MBA students may be eligible for one of the following opportunities:

  • Baycross Christian Family Foundation Scholarship—supports students of the Simon Business School with a commitment to social entrepreneurship. Preference is given to students in the Full-Time MBA program.
  • Bell Scholarship—preference is given to students in the Full-Time MBA program.
  • Chesonis Scholarship—established through the generous support of Arunas Chesonis ’91S (MBA), ’04 (LLD) and awarded to an outstanding Full-Time MBA student who has interest in the area of entrepreneurship.
  • Edmund D. McGarry Scholarship—established by Alan R. McGarry, in honor of his father, Dr. Edmund D. McGarry; awarded to a high-achieving Full-Time MBA student.  
  • Eric Vance Fellowship—awarded to a student with above-average academic achievement, leadership potential, and professional promise.
  • Mark Ain Scholarship—established by Mark Ain ’67S (MBA) and awarded to individuals who demonstrate a strong background or interest in entrepreneurship.
  • Michael F. Werner Scholarship—established through the generous support of Brooks Automation, Inc. in honor of Michael F. Werner ’78; awarded to a deserving Full-Time MBA student pursuing an education and career in business or global operations in a manufacturing or technical industry.
  • Peace Corps Fellow— Returning Peace Corps volunteer receives an award toward tuition to study at Simon Business School.
  • Robert Goergen Scholarship—awarded to an MBA student based on academic excellence and a strong potential for success as a business leaders and entrepreneurs.
  • Rosmarie Brunner Scholarship—awarded to a Full-Time MBA female candidate who demonstrates above-average academic aptitude, leadership skills, professional promise, and a commitment to lifelong learning.
  • Teach for America—Those accepted in the Teach for America prorgram receive a scholarship award toward tuition, an application fee waiver and consideration for an admission deferral of up to two years while working for TFA.
  • David Reh Scholarship—awarded to an outstanding student who has demonstrated capacity for success in our full-time MBA program.
  • Florescue Fellowship—this award was established to recognize and partially support a full-time student who is pursuing their MBA studies at the Simon Business School.
  • G. William Schwert Scholarship—awarded to a full-time MBA student with a background or strong interest in entrepreneurship.
  • Goldman Sachs Scholar's Fund—awarded to an outstanding MBA student who has demonstrated an interest and capacity for success in the area of finance.
  • Goodenough Memorial Scholarship—awarded to a 2nd year full-time MBA student who demonstrates entrepreneurial spirit, academic and extracurricular achievement, initiative, high integrity and significant leadership within the Simon community.
  • Schutzman Scholarship—established by Mr. Leonard Schutzman, Class of 1969, former senior vice president at PepsiCo and Executive Professor at Simon and is awarded to an outstanding candidate who has demonstrated high academic achievement.
  • Sheehan Award—awarded to a deserving student who has demonstrated excellence in both academic and professional achievements and is returning to school after some years of work.
  • Wadhawan Scholarship—awarded to an outstanding candidate who has demonstrated high academic achievement.
  • Reeve Early Leader Scholarship—awarded to outstanding Early Leader candidates who have demonstrated capacity for success in our MBA program.
 
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