Cameron School of Business Scholarships

Graduation

Unrestricted

For Freshman

Denis G. Carter Scholarship Is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability in accordance with the university’s criteria for the award of merit scholarships. It is available to an incoming freshman at UNCW who has expressed interest in pursuing a major within the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship is renewable if the recipient remains in good academic standing. Contact the Office of Admissions for information

Hughes Brothers, Inc. Scholarships The recipients must be incoming freshmen who have graduated from an accredited North Carolina High School and demonstrated a genuine interest in majoring in one of the programs offered by the Cameron School of Business. The recipients shall be selected by proven academic ability as a first consideration with need as a secondary factor. The recipients must have demonstrated high potential for leadership and a concern for sharing his/her talents with peers and the community through activities in high school or the community. The awards may be renewable subject to maintaining academic performance as determined by the selection committee and meeting other criteria stated herein. For awards that have been renewed, the recipient should have declared a major in one of the programs offered by the Cameron School of Business prior to their junior year.

General

BB&T Scholarship Fund Scholarships shall be awarded annually and shal be determined based on funds available and with reference to the rate of in-state student tuition and fees. If income from the endowment is sufficient, multiple scholarships shall be awarded, without invading the principal. Preference shall be given to the following: rising junior, junior or senior in the Cameron School of Business at UNCW and student with at least a 3.0 GPA.

Cameron School of Business Departmental Awards From time to time and as funds are available, Cameron will issue departmental awards.

Daniel W. Desmond Endowed Scholarship The Daniel W. Desmond Endowed Scholarship will be awarded to a rising junior, senior, or graduate student who will be accepted into the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship is subject to the criteria and guidelines adopted by the Cameron School of Business. A least one scholarship shall be awarded annually. If income from the endowment is sufficient, multiple scholarships may be awarded. The recipient will be a deserving student of high, demonstrated scholastic ability, need, strong character, and be supported by recommendations from the faculty of the Cameron School of Business. Because the scholarship is renewable contingent on continuing satisfactory academic progress, a new recipient may not be named each year. The same recipient may receive this scholarship for a period of time not to exceed two years.

David Andrew Seel Scholarship in Business The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. The recipient must have completed at least their freshman year and be in pursuit of a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business. The recipient must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.2. Financial need will be a secondary consideration. The scholarship will be awarded to undergraduate students. In addition, the scholarship is renewable providing the recipient continues to meet the criteia for award.

Frank Dunne, Jr. Memorial Endowed Scholarship The Frank Dunne, Jr. Memorial Scholarship, intended to be principally a merit-based scholarship subject to the criteria and guidelines adopted by the Cameron School of Business, and will be awarded to a rising junior, senior, or graduate student who will be accepted into the Cameron School of Business. One scholarship will be awarded annually. The recipient of the scholarship will be a deserving student of high, demonstrated scholastic ability, need, strong character, and be supported by recommendations from the faculty of the Cameron School of Business. Because the scholarship is renewable contingent on continuing satisfactory academic progress, a new recipient may not be named each year. The same recipient may receive this scholarship for a period of time not to exceed two years.

Gwendolyn "Cookie" Ward Family Scholarship The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability. The recipient must have been accepted into the Cameron School of Business.

Independent Insurance Agents of North Carolina Inc. Scholarship Fund One scholarship shall be awarded annually, the amount of which shall be determined based on funds available and with reference to student tuition and fees. Preference shall be given to the following: upper class undergraduate student who have been accepted for full time enrollment in the Cameron School of Business at UNCW. Student with a demonstrated commitment towards a career in insurance. Student with at least a 2.5 GPA and who is a legal resident of North Carolina.

J.W. Jackson Scholarship Fund Jackson scholars will be selected from students enrolled or eligible to enroll as juniors, seniors, or graduate students in the Cameron School of Business at UNCW. Recipients will be selected based on proven academic ability, leadership potential and high moral character. One half will be awarded in the fall and one-half will be awarded in the spring semester. Recipients of the J. W. Jackson Scholarship are eligible to reapply if his/her grade point averages are competitive with other candidates for the scholarship.

James J. and Lucy H. Giammaria Scholarship in Business The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. Financial need will be a secondary factor. The recipient must be enrolled as a part-time (as defined by the university) undergraduate student, a North Carolina resident, and have been accepted into the Cameron School of Business. Preference will be given for returning students provided they continue to meet the award criteria.

Joseph Lewis King Scholarship The scholarship is to recognize the contributions of women to the world of business. The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability in accordance with the university's criteria for the award of merit scholarships. It is available to a student with at least two semesters remaining until graduation at the time of selection and who has been accepted into the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship may be renewed based on a competitive process.

Judy R. Tharp Scholarship in Business The scholarship is created to encourage students of diverse backgrounds to pursue a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business and in recognition of Judy Tharp's career in credit union administration and the advancement of women in business and industry. The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. The recipient must have been accepted for admission to the University of North Carolin at Wilmington with an interest in pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of business. The scholarship may be awarded to undergraduate or graduate students. The scholarship may be renewed for returning students at the discretion of the award authority provided they continue to meet the award criteria. The award will be disbursed in equal installments in the fall and spring semesters.

Madison S. Locklear Scholarship in Business The scholarship will be used to assist students interested in pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. Financial need, as determined by the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid, will be a secondary consideration. The recipient must have been accepted for admission to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington with an interest in pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship may be awarded to undergraduate or graduate students. The scholarship may be renewed for returning students at the discretion of the award authority, provided they continue to meet the award criteria. The award will be disbursed in equal installments in the fall and spring semesters.

Mary McDuffie Walker Scholarship This merit scholarship is awarded to a rising junior or senior in the Cameron School of Business. Selection is based on demonstrated academic ability in accordance with the university's criteria for the award of merit scholarships and strong character as supported by recommendations from the faculty of the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship is renewable for a second year contingent on satisfactory academic progress. The award will be disbursed one-half in the fall and one-half in the spring semester.

Matthew D. Glova Scholarship in Business The scholarship will be used to assist students interested in pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. The recipient must have been accepted for admission to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington with an interest in pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship may be awarded to undergraduate or graduate students. The award will be disbursed in equal installments in the fall and spring semesters.

New Hanover County Estate Planning Council Scholarship in Business The scholarship will be used to assist students interested in pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. The recipient must have been accepted for admission to the University of North Carolina Wilmington with an interest in pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship may be awarded to undergraduate or graduate students. The award will be disbursed in equal installments in the fall and spring semesters.

Norman R. Kaylor Endowed Scholarship The scholarship shall be considered principally a merit scholarship subject to the criteria and guidelines adopted by the Cameron School of Business. One scholarship will be awarded annually; the amount of which shall be determined based on funds available and with reference to an amount equal to in-state tuition and fees. If income from the endowment is sufficient, multiple scholarships will be awarded. The Norman R. Kaylor Scholarship shall be awarded annually to a rising junior, senior, or graduate student who will be accepted in the Cameron School of Business. In recognition of Dr. Kaylor's contributions to the Cameron School of Business, the recipient of the scholarship will be a deserving student with proven scholastic achievement, leadership qualities and exemplary moral and ethical character. Preference shall be given to the student with entrepreneurial interests and characteristics and in good standing with the Cameron School of Business with demonstrated scholastic ability (.2 over Cameron's minimum GPA requirement) and demonstrated financial need.

Roger P. Hill Scholarship The award will be half in the fall and half in the spring semester. The recipient must be a rising junior or senior and have been formally accepted into the Department of Economics and Finance within the Cameron School of Business. The award must be given to an undergraduate student with an emphasis being given to non-traditional students.

Stephen and Kathleen Kelbley Scholarship The award will be awarded to a declared Business Major in the Cameron School of Business. The student must be a rising junior or senior. The scholarship will be merit based as a first priority, with need, exemplary moral character and leadership potential serving as secondary considerations. The award shall be evenly divided between fall and spring semesters. Recipients of this scholarship in their junior year are eligible to reapply if their grade point average is competitive with those of other candidates for the scholarship.

The Heath Scholarship in Business The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. Financial need will be secondary consideration. The recipient must be majoring in a degree program offered by the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship may be awarded to undergraduate or graduate students. The scholarship may be renewed for returning students at the discretion of the award authority, provided they continue to meet the award criteria. The award will be disbursed in equal installments in the fall and spring semesters.

Thomas N. Janicki Scholarship in Leadership and Service The scholarship will be used to assist students in the Cameron School of Business who have demonstrated a strong sense of commitment to service, leadership, and volunteerism. The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. The recipient must be an undergraduate student pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business. Special consideration will be given towards students who have a demonstrated commitment to service, leadership, and volunteerism. The scholarship may be renewed for returning students at the discretion of the award authority, provided they continue to meet the award criteria. The award will be disbursed in equal installments in the fall and spring semesters.

Wells Fargo Scholarship The scholarship is considered a diversity scholarship. The scholarship award will be half in the fall and half in the spring semester. The recipient must have been formally accepted into the Cameron School of Business as a student seeking a degree in business administration. The award may be made to either an undergraduate or a graduate student. The scholarship recipient will be selected based on demonstrated academic ability. The award may be renewed subject to the committee's recommendation.

William J. and Jacqueline S. Warwick Scholarship The recipient must have been accepted into the Cameron School of Business and must qualify as an in-state student. The recipient may be an undergraduate or graduate student. The selection will be based on demonstrated academic ability, as evidenced by a minimum 3.3 GPA, with financial need as a second consideration. The scholarship is renewable, and the selection committee shall give preference to a recipient who continues to qualify for the scholarship until graduation. The award will be one-half for the fall semester and one-half for the spring semester.

Accounting - Undergraduate

Charles R. Long Scholarship Fund This scholarship is awarded alternately by the Cameron School of Business and the Philosophy and Religion Department. Recipients in the Cameron School of Business may be majoring in or planning to major in Accountancy. The committee should consider prospective recipient's needs and academic potential as the first priority in the selection process. Leadership potential and citizenship will be considered as additional factors in the selection process. At the donor's request, preference will be given to applicants from Southeastern North Carolina. Past recipients may be considered for continuation of the scholarship at the committee's discretion.

Gerald and Dolores Green Scholarship The recipient of this scholarship must have been accepted into the Cameron School of Business and indicated a commitment to major in accounting. The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected based on demonstrated academic ability. The scholarship award will be valued at in-state tuition and fees to the extent endowment earnings permit. The award shall be evenly divided between fall and spring semesters. The scholarship may be renewed at the discretion of the scholarship selection committee.

Institute of Management Accountants Wilmington Chapter Scholarship Fund One scholarship shall be awarded annually, the amount of which shall be determined based on funds available and with reference to an amount equal to in-state student tuition and fees. Preference shall be given to a rising junior or senior who will be enrolled full time in the Cameron School of Business at UNCW. Student with a demonstrated commitment towards a career in accounting. Student in good standing with the Cameron School of Business, with demonstrated scholastic ability and financial need.

Accounting - Graduate (These scholarships are granted through MSA application/approval proces, not by CSB Scholarship Committee.)

Dixon Hughes Graduate Scholarship Awarded to a student who has been accepted into the Cameron School of Business MSA program. The scholarship is a merit based award. * This scholarship is granted through MSA application/approval process, not by CSB Scholarship Committee.

Elwood Walker Scholarship The merit scholarshp is to be awarded to a student admitted into the Masters of Science in Accountancy Program in the Cameron School of Business. Selection is based on demonstrated academic ability in accordance with the university's criteria for the award of merit scholarship and strong character as supported by recommendations from the faculty of the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship is not renewable. The award will be disbursed one-half in the fall and one-half in the spring semester.

Grant Thorton LLP Accounting Scholarship Awarded to a student who has been accepted into the Cameron School of Business MSA program. The scholarship is a merit based award. * This scholarship is granted through MSA application/approval process, not by CSB Scholarship Committee.

Hamilton and Johnson Accounting Scholarship Awarded to a student who has been accepted into the MSA program in the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship is a merit based award. * This scholarship is granted through MSA application/approval process, not by CSB Scholarship Committee.

Joanne Rockness MSA Scholarship Awarded annually to a student accepted into the Cameron School of Business and the MSA program. The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship with financial need being secondary consideration. Awarded by CSB Scholarship Committee and MSA director.

McGladrey & Pullen Graduate Scholarship Awarded to a student who has been accepted into the MSA program in the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship is a merit based award. * This scholarship is granted through MSA application/approval process, not by CSB Scholarship Committee.

Pittard, Perry & Crone Inc. Jake Rhyne Memorial Scholarship Awarded to students who have been accepted into the Cameron School of Business Masters of Science in Accountancy Program. The recipient must be a resident of eastern North Carolina or a county in which Pittard, Perry & Crone, Inc. maintains an office.* This scholarship is granted through MSA application/approval process, not by CSB Scholarship Committee.

Economics & Finance

First Citizens Bank, SSB Scholarships The scholarship fund is intended to provide undergraduate academic scholarships for students attending UNCW and enrolled in the Cameron School of Business. This scholarship will be awarded annually. Because the scholarship is renewable contingent on continuing satisfactory academic progress, a new recipient may not be named every year. The same recipient may receive this scholarship for period of time not to exceed two years. Preference is given to students majoring in Economics and Finance. Preference in awarding the scholarship will be given to a high school student from New Hanover or Pender Counties in North Carolina.

International

Harold W. Wells & Sons International Business Scholarship The recipient must have been accepted into one of the Cameron School of Business International Programs. The award may assist in funding tuition and fees, as well as other expenses such as travel, associated with the international programs.

Michael W. Ward Family Scholarship The recipient must have been accepted into the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability. The award will be half in the fall and half in the spring semester.

ISOM

Purchasing Management - Association of Carolinas-Virginia Scholarship Awarded annually to a student with an indicated interest in the field of purchasing management. Special consideration is given to students who have selected the operations management option in the business systems major.

Warren Gulko Memorial Scholarship The scholarship is being created by Information Systems and OPerations Management Department and will be used to assist students majoring in operations management or information systems in the Cameron School of Business. The recipient must be a rising junior or senior in the Cameron School of Business majoring in operations management or information systems. The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship with financial need being a secondary consideration. Proven academic performance, strong moral character and leadership is the primary factor in determining the recipient.

Marketing

Curly Capra Hunt Scholarship in Business The scholarship will be used to assist students interested in pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. Recipients must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5. The recipient must have been accepted for admission to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington with an interest in pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business. Preference will be given to students in marketing-related discipines. The scholarship may be awarded to undergraduate or gradutae students and is renewable.

Restricted

For Freshman

Beth Dow Fortenbery Memorial Scholarship The scholarship is being created to assist students enrolled in the Cameron School of Business who will participate in an international program offered through UNCW. The award will be half in the fall and half in the spring semester. The recipient must have made a formal commitment to enroll in one of the programs offered through the Cameron School of Business and to participate in one of the UNCW sponsored international programs. The scholarship is intended to assist an entering freshman female student from North Carolina or Virginia. The scholarship is renewable for four years based on the recommendation of the scholarship committee.

Porter Honors Scholarship in Business The scholarship is being created to assist students enrolled in the UNCW Honors Scholars Program with an interest in pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. The recipient must have been accepted for admission to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and enrolled in the Honors Scholars Program with an interest in pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship is automatically renewable for a period of four consecutive academic years provided the recipient maintains the minimum requirements for the honors program and continues their pursuit of a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business at UNCW. The award will be disbursed in equal installments in the fall and spring semesters. The Honors Scholars Program s hall select the recipient using any committee structure or process deemed appropriate by the Director.

Shelia A. Adams International Business Scholarship The scholarship is intended to assist an undergraduate student, with preference given to freshmen and students in the TransAtlantic Business School Alliance (TABSA). In the event there are no such applicants, upper classmen and/or Cameron School of Business students with an option in International Business shall be considered. The scholarship recipients will be selected based on demonstrated academic ability.

General

Cameron B2B Scholarships: CFCC was established to help improve opportunities for business students at Cape Fear Community College to become Cameron business majors. The student must have received an Associates Degree in Business from Cape Fear Community College. The scholarship is a merit award.

Cornerstone Executive Scholarship in Business The scholarship will be used to assist students pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. The recipient must have been admitted into the Cameron School of Business. The recipient must be a mentee in the Cameron Executive Network. The scholarship shall be awarded to undergraduate students in their junior and/or senior year. The scholarship may be renewed for returning students at the discretion of the award authority, provided they continue to meet the award criteria. The student must reapply to be considered for renewal. The award will be disbursed in equal installments in the fall and spring semesters.

Davis Funeral Home Diversity Scholarship in Business The Scholarship is considered a diversity scholarship (as defined by the university) and a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. The recipient must have been accepted for admission to UNCW with an interest in pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business. the scholarship may be awarded to undergraduate or graduate students. Special consideration will be given to students who have demonstrated experience in or commitment to working with the African American community.

Herbert and Gina McKim Scholarship will be used to assist students who have majored in business at Cape Fear Community College and wish to pursue a baccalaureate degree in business in the Cameron School of Business at UNCW. The recipient must have been accepted into the Cameron School of Business and have graduated from Cape Fear Community College with a major in Business. The selection will be based on demonstrated academic ability, as evidenced by a minimum 3.0 GPA, with financial need as a secondary consideration.

James C. Braye Scholarship This diversity scholarship will be awarded to a student(s) accepted into the Cameron School of Business. If the award amount exceeds tuition and fees for one student, subsequent awards may be made. It is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient(s) will be selected on demonstrated academic ability in accordance with the university's criteria for the award of merit scholarships.

Mary Ramey King Scholarship The scholarship is to recognize the contributions of women in the world of business. The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability in accordance with the university's criteria for the award of merit scholarships. It is available to a student with at least two semesters remaining until graduation at the time of selection, who graduated from a high school (public or private) in southeastern North Carolina and has been accepted into the Cameron School of Business.

Pearson & Patterson Group Scholarship in Business The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. The recipient must have been accepted into the Cameron School of Business majoring in economics, finance, management, accounting, or marketing. The scholarship may be awarded to undergraduate or graduate students.

PNC Bank Honors Scholarship Endowment The recipient must have been accepted in the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship is merit based as a first consideration and need as a secondary factor. The recipients must have graduated from a high school located within a North Carolina county where there is a branch or office of Centura Banks, Inc.

Robert and Jennifer Rippy Scholarship in Business Scholarship will be used to assist students who have majored in business at Cape Fear Community College and wish to pursue a baccalaureate degree in business in the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. Financial need will be a secondary consideration. The recipient must have been accepted for admission into the UNCW Cameron School of Business after having graduated with a business degree from Cape Fear Community College with a cumulative 3.0 GPA. The scholarship shall be awarded to an undergraduate student and is renewable if the recipient continues to meet the scholarship criteria. The award will be disbursed in equal installments in the fall and spring semesters.

Sally R. Wilkins Scholarship The Wilmington Business and Professional Women's Club Scholarship in memory of Sally R. Wilkins is to be awarded annually to a financially needful female student who plans to pursue a career in business or a profession. Candidates must be able to demonstrate academic achievement and clearly stated career goals. Recipient must be a female seeking to prepare for entry into or further development in a business or professional career. The scholarship will be non-renewable.

Seahawk Vanguard Scholarship in Business The scholarship is a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. Financial need will be a secondary factor. The recipient must have been accepted for admission into the Cameron School of Business at UNCW. The scholarship will be awarded to an undergraduate student entering his/her senior year of study. The award will be disbursed in equal installments in the fall and spring semesters.

Accounting - Graduate (These scholarships are granted through MSA application/approval proces, not by CSB Scholarship Committee.)

Ivancevich/Collins Scholarship The recipient must have been accepted into the Masters of Accountancy Program. The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected based on academic ability, as evidenced by a minimum of a 3.0 GPA, and demonstrated extra-curricular involvement in community activities.

Accounting

Elizabeth and David Mautz Scholarship in Business The scholarship will be used to assist students pursuing the Master of Science in Accountancy degree. The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected based on academic ability, as evidenced by a minimum of a 3.0 GPA and demonstrated extracurricular involvement in community activities. The recipient must have been accepted for admission to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and the Master of Science in Accountancy Program. The scholarship may be awarded to undergraduate or graduate students. The scholarship may be renewed for returning students at the discretion of the award authority, provided they continue to meet the award criteria. The award will be disbursed in equal installments in the fall and spring semesters.

John A. Marts Business Scholarship This scholarship will be awarded to a married, full-time student in the Cameron School of Business. The recipient is to be employed at least part-time during a majority of any year in which the award is received. Preference will be given to an accounting major with a GPA of at least 2.5. This award will be one-half in te fall and one-half in the spring semester.

June and Turner Johnson Scholarship The scholarship shall be considered a need based scholarship subject to the criteria and guidelines adopted by the university in determining financial need. The scholarship is limited to graduates from one of the New Hanover County High Schools (public or private). The Johnson scholarship is intended to assist a student who has been accepted into the Cameron School of Business and who has chosen to major in Accountancy. If no suitable candidate is available in accountancy, the scholarship shall be made available to a student in Management and Marketing.

Robert F. Warwick Accounting Scholarship This scholarship for merit is intended to assist students enrolled in the accounting program of the Cameron School of Business. The award will be half in the fall and half in the spring semester. The recipient must have been formally accepted into either the undergraduate accounting program or the Master of Science in Accounting within the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship is intended to reward academic merit. Preference should be given first to students who attended a New Hanover County high school. If there is no satisfactory candidate from this pool, then preference shall be given to students who attended a high school in Southeastern North Carolina. If there is no satisfactory candidate then the recipient shall be a student who attended any North Carolina High School.

Economics & Finance

Adam J. Brinkley Scholarship in Business Administration The scholarship will be used to assist students interested in pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. The recipient must have been accepted for admission to the University of North Carolina Wilmington with an interest in pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business in a finance discipline. The scholarship shall be awarded to undergraduate students. The scholarship may be renewed for returning students at the discretion of the award authority, provided they continue to meet the award criteria. The award will be disbursed in equal installments in the fall and spring semesters.

Claude H. Farrell Scholarship in Business It is the intent of the donor that the scholarship be used to assist a student ho exemplified Dr. Farrell’s support of the ideals of a free-market economy. The scholarship will be used to assist students interested in pursuing an undergraduate degree offered by the Cameron School of Business in the areas of economics or finance. The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. The recipient must have been admitted to the Cameron School of Business with an interest in pursuing a degree in the areas of economics and finance. In the event that no applicant meets the minimum criteria, the scholarship will be awarded, following the intent of the donors as closely as possible. The award may be split among deserving students. The award will be disbursed in equal installments in the fall and spring semesters.

Janet Marie McGee Scholarship in Business The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. Financial need will be a secondary factor. The recipient must have been accepted for admission to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington with an interest in pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business in the Department of Economics and Finance. The scholarship may be awarded to undergraduate or graduate students. The scholarship may be renewed for returning students at the discretion of the award authority, provided they continue to meet the award criteria. The award wil be disbursed in equal installments in the fall and spring semesters.

Matthew J. Raines Scholarship in Finance and Business The scholarship will be used to assist students interested in pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. Financial need will be a secondary consideration. The recipient must have been accepted for admission to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington with an interest in pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business in a finance or economics discipline. The Scholarship will be awarded to undergraduate students, with first preference to in-state students. The award will be disbursed in equal installments in the fall and spring semesters.

International

Lake Family Travel Award in Business The intent of the scholarship is to give students an opportunity to broaden their experience while at UNCW through study abroad. The travel award is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. Financial need will be a secondary consideration. The recipient must have been admitted to the Cameron School of Business. The recipient must plan to study abroad in a UNCW-sponsored, credit-bearing, education abroad program. The award may be given to undergraduate or graduate students. Preference will be given to a recipient with an interest in the area of Entrepreneurship and Business Development. The travel scholarship may not be renewed.

ISOM

Information Systems and Operations Management Scholarship The scholarship will be merit based as a first priority, with need, exemplary moral character and leadership potential serving as secondary considerations. The student must be a rising junior or senior. The award shall be evenly divided between fall and spring semesters. Recipients of this scholarship (in their junior year) are eligible to reapply if their grade point average is competitive with those of other candidates for the scholarship.

Management

Beck Family Foundation Entrepreneurship Scholarship The scholarship is in honor of Emily Nolan and will be used to assist students majoring in Entrepreneurship and Business Development within the Cameron School of Business. The recipient must be a student entering his/her senior year who has been admitted to the Cameron School of Business and is majoring in Entrepreneurship and Business Development. The selection will be based on academic ability, as evidenced by a minimum of a 3.3 GPA and demonstrated extra-curricular leadership/involvement in campus activities and/or entrepreneurial endeavors.

Dr. Howard S. Rasheed Diversity Scholarship in Management (Formerly Institute for Innovation Scholarship) The scholarship is a diversity scholarship. The Department of Management shall select the recipient. The Director of the Upperman African American Cultural Center shall be given the opportunity to provide input into the selection process. The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. The recipient must have been accepted for admission to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and be pursuing a degree offered by the Department of Management. The scholarship shall be awarded to an undergraduate student in the Department of Management, with preference being given to a rising senior displaying an interest in entrepreneurship. Special consideration will be given to underprivileged populations, who have overcome obstacles such as socioeconomic or educational disadvantage or disabilities, who are first-generation in their family to attend college, or who have a record of community involvement and demonstrated leadership in working with historically underrepresented populations. The award may be split among deserving students at the discretion of the award authority and in accordance with the minimum scholarship award amount established by the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid. The award will be disbursed in equal installments in the fall and spring semesters.

Jeff Manning Scholarship in Entrepreneurship The scholarship will be used to assist students majoring in Entrepreneurship within the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected based on recognition from faculty as having demonstrated an “entrepreneurial spirit” or otherwise shown the willingness and capacity to own their own businesses. The student must have demonstrated strong academic achievement, as evidenced by a minimum 3.0 GPA. The scholarship is to be awarded to undergraduate juniors or seniors majoring in Entrepreneurship / Business Development and must have been accepted for admission into the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship may be renewed for returning students at the discretion of the award authority, provided they continue to meet the award criteria. The award will be disbursed in equal installments in the fall and spring semesters.

Lower Cape Fear Human Resources Association Scholarship Fund The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability, special achievement, and a career interest in human resource management. The recipient must have minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 and satisfactory performance in all management-related courses. The recipient must have been accepted for admission to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington with an interest in pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business in disciplines related to human resource management. Preference will be given to students who are active in the UNCW Human Resource Association. The scholarship may be awarded to undergraduate or graduate students. The scholarship may be renewed for returning students at the discretion of the award authority, provided they continue to meet the award criteria.

William W. "Bill" Stanfield Scholarship in Business The scholarship will be used to assist students interested in pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. The recipient must have been accepted for admission to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business, majoring in the Entrepreneurship and Business Development Program. The scholarship shall be awarded to undergraduate students. The scholarship may be renewed for returning students at the discretion of the award authority, provided they continue to meet the award criteria. The award will be disbursed in equal installments in the fall and spring semesters.

Marketing

The Sage Island Scholarship in Business The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. Financial need, as determined by the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid, will be secondary consideration. The recipient must have been accepted for admission to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington with an interest in pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business, with preference being given to a recipient choosing a concentration on Marketing or Information Systems. The scholarship will be awarded to undergraduate students. The scholarship may be renewed for returning students at the discretion of the award authority, provided they continue to meet the award criteria. The award will be disbursed in equal installments in the fall and spring semesters.

Wes Berlin Scholarship in Business The scholarship will be used to assist students interested in pursuing a degree offered by the Cameron School of Business. The scholarship is considered a merit scholarship and the recipient will be selected on demonstrated academic ability and special achievement. The recipient must be an undergraduate student admitted to the Cameron School of Business in pursuit of a degree in a marketing-related discipline. Preference will be given to a student who is a member of the Cameron Executive Network and/or member of the Beta Gamma Sigma Marketing Fraternity. The scholarship is renewable at the discretion of the award authority. The award will be disbursed in equal installments in the fall and spring semesters.

 

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