Welcome to the Rutgers Business School-New Brunswick undergraduate scholarship website.
Scholarships are a great way to help pay for college and are one of many ways that you can fund your education. RBS scholarship awards are based on academic merit, demonstrated leadership, participation in organizations, community service, financial need, or any combination thereof. RBS scholarships are highly selective and are not automatically renewable.
Selection Process: RBS students now have an opportunity to apply for scholarships during the application period. Applications will be available in August/September of each calendar year for a 3-4 week period. Email reminders will be sent to all RBS students.
The scholarship portal link is below and will become active when the application process opens. Carefully read each scholarship description before you apply. You may apply for more than one scholarship. Apply only to those you are eligible for. Take advantage of this great opportunity to help finance your road to success.
- Merit scholarships look for students with academic achievement, leadership qualities, and potential to contribute to the scholarly community.
- Financial need scholarships are based on the student and family's financial record, and most of them require applicants to fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid – FAFSA. GPA is also a huge factor.
Completing the FAFSA annually is how students apply to receive federal grants, loans, merit-based scholarships from Rutgers–New Brunswick, and work-study offers. FAFSA applications also determine if New Jersey students are eligible for state aid. All students are encouraged to submit a FAFSA every year.
The following scholarships are available to undergraduate RBS New Brunswick students:
|Alumni Association Scholarship|
|This scholarship is made to a NJ resident and/or NJ high school graduate. Recipients must be in their sophomore year or higher. The administrator will select recipients among full-time undergraduate students based on academic merit and financial need. Award amount is $1,000. FAFSA is required.|
|Atrion Corporation Endowed Scholarship|
|This scholarship is intended to assist non-traditional or part-time students on the New Brunswick campus based on academic merit and financial need. Recipients must have a minimum GPA of 2.5. FAFSA is required.|
|The Bank of New York Mellon Endowed Scholarship|
|Scholarships are awarded to full-time New Brunswick campus undergraduate students based on academic merit and financial need. FAFSA is required.|
|Vito Cardace Endowed Scholarship|
|Scholarships are awarded to qualified full-time students as determined by the program administrator.|
|Classroom to Boardroom Scholarship|
|This scholarship is for a first-year F/T undergraduate student applicant based on academic merit. The donor requests that the recipient make an informal pledge to “pay it forward” to future Rutgers students once they graduate.|
|CENTER FOR WOMEN IN BUSINESS SCHOLARSHIP (CWIB)|
|The Center for Women in Business (CWIB) works in partnership with businesses and organizations to develop women leaders. Through education, opportunities, and thought leadership, the Center removes barriers, builds community, and empowers women to succeed. CWIB will award selected students with up to $5,000 in scholarship money to fund expenses while pursuing a degree at RBS. This scholarship will be awarded to students who demonstrate a commitment to developing their own leadership potential and/or advancing other women in business. This scholarship is awarded to a F/T undergraduate student based on financial need. Recipients should be participants in the Rutgers Business School’s Women BUILD Program or a student leader in an RBS club or organization.|
|Gary M. Cohen Endowed Scholarship|
|This scholarship is awarded to a full-time undergraduate business student based on financial need. Recipient must be academically outstanding and driven who otherwise might not be able to attend the university. FAFSA is required.|
|Jayceryll Malabuyoc De Chavez Memorial Endowed Scholarship|
|Scholarships are awarded to RBS students based on academic merit. Students should have a minimum GPA of 3.2 and have demonstrated leadership at the University and/or in the community. Preference should be given to finance majors but is not required. FAFSA is required.|
|Michael and Elizabeth Dimond BAIT Scholarship|
|(BAIT) majors who maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 are eligible. This scholarship will be distributed to a new student annually based on eligibility. FAFSA is required.|
|Edgar Dunlap Memorial Fund|
|This award is made annually to a junior or senior RBS student majoring in business based on academic merit and financial need. The fund will support one student annually. FAFSA is required.|
|Robert & Leighanne Egan Family Endowed Scholarship|
|Scholarships are to be awarded to f/t RBS students on the New Brunswick campus based on academic merit and financial need. FAFSA is required.|
|Falzon Family Scholarship|
|Scholarships are awarded to RBS F/T undergraduate students based on academic merit with a 3.4 or higher GPA and financial need. Scholarship recipients should be working part-time. FAFSA is required.|
|Victor W. Farris Scholarship|
|Scholarships are awarded to f/t undergraduate students majoring in the RBS RAISED Entrepreneurship program with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher.|
|Richard Peter Federici Endowed Memorial Scholarship|
|Scholarships are awarded to NJ residents who have a minimum GPA of 3.0. FAFSA is required.|
|Hamelsky Scholarship Fund|
|This scholarship is awarded to a full-time undergraduate Business School student at the New Brunswick campus on the basis of high academic standing. Recipient must be an NJ resident.|
|Recipients must be full-time and in good standing to qualify for this award. This fund will provide $1,000 awards as allowable based on the amount of income earned.|
|Littman Family Endowed Scholarship|
|This scholarship is to be awarded to full-time undergraduate RBS students based on financial need and academic merit. FAFSA is required. Preference will be given to students in Middlesex County, NJ.|
|Richard E. Luhmann Scholarship Fund|
|This scholarship is based on academic merit and awarded to a senior accounting major at RBS. $1,000 awards will be made.|
|C. Thomas Mallos Endowed Scholarship|
|Scholarships are awarded to full-time accounting juniors or seniors based on academic merit. FAFSA is required.|
|Kenneth G. and Jessica Miller Scholarship|
|This scholarship is awarded to full-time students based on academic merit and financial need. One $1,000 award will be made each year. FAFSA is required.|
|Nan and Paul Okarma Scholarship - Road to CPA Program|
|Two $5,000 awards will be made to F/T undergraduate NB accounting majors with a 3.0 or higher GPA. FAFSA is required.|
|Omotayo Okusanya Scholarship - Beta Alpha Psi|
|This scholarship is awarded to a F/T New Brunswick undergraduate Accounting major in their junior year who is a member of Beta Alpha Psi with a minimum GPA of 3.5.|
|Omotayo Okusanya Scholarship – Beta Gamma Sigma|
|This award is made to a F/T New Brunswick undergraduate student who is in their junior year and has a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Preference will be given to members of the Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society. FAFSA is required.|
|Omotayo Okusanya Scholarship – B-STAR|
|This award is made to (Business Student Transition at Rutgers Program) B-Star Program students.|
|Omotayo Okusanya Scholarship – Road to Wall Street|
|This award calls for a sophomore, junior, or senior with a 3.5 GPA or higher who has completed a summer internship with a Wall Street investment bank or in the area of venture capital, private equity, or asset management at a reputable financial services institution and has earned a grade of A in the Road to Wall Street class.|
|Dr. Rosa Oppenheim Leadership Award|
|This award is made to graduating seniors who support future business leaders who exhibit a commitment to leadership. A short essay on leadership is required.|
|Palumbo Family Endowed Scholarship|
|Scholarships are to be awarded to one Essex County, NJ resident who is a full-time student of either Newark or NB campus. Students should be an accounting major with a minimum GPA of 3.0, involved in extracurricular activities such as sports, clubs and/or community service and have a financial need. FAFSA is required.|
|William T. Quinn, Sr. Memorial Endowed Scholarship|
|Scholarships are to be awarded to full-time undergraduate students in their junior year enrolled in RBS on the New Brunswick campus. The student should demonstrate an interest in an entrepreneurial career, be an NJ resident and have previous work experience. FAFSA required.|
|Rutgers Business School 75th Anniversary Endowed Scholarship Fund|
|Undergraduate students will be awarded each year based on academic merit and/or financial need. FAFSA is required. Scholarships may be renewed.|
|RBS Board of Advisors Scholarship Fund|
|This scholarship is for F/T undergraduate, graduate, or MBA students based on academic merit and financial need.|
|School of Business Scholarship|
|The scholarship will be awarded to entering seniors based on academic performance. The scholarship is not renewable.|
|Patricia Verderami Scholarship|
|Program Administrator will select scholarship recipients among full-time undergraduate Accounting majors based on academic merit and financial need. FAFSA is required. Preference will be made for a student either employed part-time or significantly involved in some aspect of student life.|
|Petra Cephas Scholarship|
|Petra Cephas is a Christian organization that would like to support a hard working incoming or current B-Star student that has demonstrated unmet financial need on either the Newark or New Brunswick campus. The company’s hope is that this gift will inspire the student(s) to continue their studies and provide opportunities for greater success. FAFSA is required.|
Supply Chain Management Scholarships
For additional details and to apply for these scholarships, please contact the Center for Supply Chain Management at email@example.com.
Council of Supply Chain Management (CSCMP)
This professional organization, offers annual scholarships to SCM students. In the last two years, Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) in New Jersey has awarded over 14 Scholarships worth over $10,000 to Rutgers Business School Supply Chain Management Students and 4 of those students have attended the National CSCMP Meetings all travel expenses paid by CSCMP. Watch for announcements for the application process during the spring semester, typically in March.
Institute for Supply Management Scholarships
This professional organization offers annual scholarships to SCM students. The number of scholarships vary from year to year, typically from 2-4 are offered annually. In addition to the scholarships, the Services Group provides financial assistance for students and an academic advisor to attend the annual ISM conference by subsidizing conference fees and portions of travel expenses. ISM also provides annual membership to the organization to full time students and waives the membership fee.
To learn more, please click here.
New Jersey CSCM Student Award (NJ Industry Award)
The CSCMP-NJ Roundtable offers scholarships each year to Rutgers Business School's undergraduate, MBA and Ph.D. students concentrating in Supply Chain Management.
R. Gene Richter Scholarship
The following is an announcement from the most recent scholarship, but this typically is an annual scholarship. “The Institute for Supply Management™ (ISM) is pleased to work with the R. Gene and Nancy D. Richter Foundation in the promotion of the R. Gene Richter Scholarship Program. The R. Gene and Nancy D. Richter Foundation in partnership with the ISM R. Gene Richter Scholarship Fund will provide scholarships of up to $5,000 U.S. dollars to individuals seeking education in the area of supply management or supply chain management. Eligible students will be in their senior year during the 2016-2017 academic year. Students must be enrolled full time in an accredited supply management program with the intention of specializing in the supply management profession. Scholarship recipients will be chosen based on outstanding academic achievement, high ethical standards, and potential to become a future leader in the supply management field.” R. Gene Richter Program Foundation website at richterfoundation.org.
Supply Chain Leadership Award
The Center for Supply Chain Management honors students who have demonstrated exemplary leadership and dedication to supply chain management during their academic careers. Recipients are selected based on academic merit, contribution to the Rutgers supply chain management program, and the recommendation of faculty members.