The School of Hospitality Business scholarship applications are accepted for consideration during spring semester (only) for disbursement the following school year. Seniors can receive scholarships through their graduation semester. To be considered for any and all scholarships, your application must be completed and submitted by the posted deadlines.
Applicants for The School of Hospitality Business scholarships must meet the following criteria as well as any criteria stipulated by the individual scholarship endowment for which they are being considered.
Please note that most scholarships are awarded based on a combination of academic achievement, financial need, extra-curricular leadership, and endowment-specified criteria.
Traveling abroad for your studies? Scholarship amounts vary, but are typically in the $1,000 range.
Study Abroad Application Deadlines
We trust that you are all safe and healthy! Your School of Hospitality Business recognizes that many of you are experiencing unexpected financial hardships due to the Covid pandemic and beyond. We are accepting Emergency Fund Grant applications. While our funds are limited, we seek to provide you with some relief from your unexpected financial hardships. If you are experiencing financial distress, please complete the application, and we will consider it promptly. These grants are separate from the annual scholarships.
Carl P. Borchgrevink
Director and The John and Becky Duffey
Faculty Fellow in Hospitality Business
Please submit your completed scholarship application form and all required documents between February 1 and April 15 to: email@example.com
There are three scholarship categories offered:
The scholarship application must be completed to be considered for any scholarships listed within the first two scholarship categories (1 and 2 above). For scholarships listed within the last category (3), please review the criteria and apply on your own.
Any questions or concerns, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
No. Hospitality business freshmen are welcome to apply.
No. If the specific purpose of the scholarship award is for education abroad, and you did not go, then you forfeit the award.
It is a common business courtesy to write a thank-you letter to acknowledge assistance given you. Doing so builds a good rapport with business leaders and sponsors. Besides, it’s just good manners. In addition, our sponsors read your letters and often comment on them. Sending out a letter that is properly formatted and grammatically correct is a reflection of your high standards and those of The School.