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Due to the generosity of a number of businesses and individuals, there are numerous USC Upstate Foundation scholarships available for students pursuing a business administration degree. Applications are accepted for these scholarships November 1 through February 1 each year through the Office of Financial Aid.
Arthur T. Meilinger Annual Scholarship Awarded to a full-time business major, working at least 25 hours a week, a rising senior with over 90 credit hours, USC Upstate minimum 3.0 GPA, and a resident of South Carolina. This scholarship awards $750 per year. Budweiser of the Carolinas Scholarship Awarded to a South Carolina resident admitted into the upper division of the business-marketing program. It may be renewable provided a cumulative USC Upstate 2.25 GPA is maintained. The scholarship awards $1,000 per year. Clary/Drucker Accounting Scholarship Established in honor of Diana Clary and Meyer Drucker, retired faculty members, for having made a positive impact in the USC Upstate accounting program and the Upstate community. The award is intended to assist a current student who is an accounting major, a rising senior, has a USC Upstate cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, and is a South Carolina resident. This scholarship awards $600 per year. Clinton Richard Smith ScholarshipAwarded to a full-time Johnson College of Business student who has financial need. Preference is given to a married student whose parents are engaged in a local small business or industry. This scholarship awards $1,000 per year. Craig Pressley Giegerich '02 Memorial Accounting ScholarshipProvides financial assistance to a full-time student who wants to pursue a career in the accounting field. Recipient must be a business major with emphasis in accounting, have completed 90 credit hours with a cumulative 3.2 GPA, expressed financial need, and be a S.C. resident.Donald W. Yates ScholarshipAwarded to a part-time or full-time business major, with an emphasis on marketing. The student must also have financial need (as defined by the U.S. Department of Education) and be a non-traditional student, rising senior with more than 90 hours of credit and a cumulative 3.0 GPA or higher. This scholarship awards $1,000 per year. Extended Stay Hotels Annual ScholarshipProvides financial assistance to an incoming freshman majoring in business. Need based will be considered first and merit based second. This scholarship awards $1,000 per year. Jerry Bennett ScholarshipAwarded to a transfer student from the state's technical college system, with preference given to students from Spartanburg Community College and Greenville Technical College, to help pursue a major in accounting at USC Upstate. Recipient must be a full-time student, business major with financial need as defined by the Department of Education (must complete FAFSA). John S. Poole Foundation Scholarship Will provide financial assistance to a full-time student. The scholarship will be awarded to a full-time student who closely meets the criteria of: earned 60 or more hours with a junior status, cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, declared business major, history or civic involvement, student athletes are given first consideration. Amount of the award will be based on available funds as determined by the USC Upstate Foundation or its designee. Rick O'Brien Memorial ScholarshipAwarded to a full-time junior or senior business administration major with a concentration in accounting. The recipient must have a cumulative 3.0 GPA and be employed a minimum of 10 hours per week. Preference is given to a student involved in community volunteer work. This scholarship awards $400 per year. TD Bank ScholarshipGiven to a Johnson College of Business student who meets the following criteria: full-time student; earned a minimum of 60 hours and has a 3.0 GPA; completed FAFSA form; and active in the Upstate community. This scholarship awards $1,000 per year. Ted Eilenberg Scholarship Awarded to a student enrolled in a degree program in the Johnson College of Busi¬ness and Economics. The recipient must be a junior or senior, have financial need, and a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5. Wells Fargo Bank ScholarshipAwarded to a senior business major from South Carolina. In the event of a tie, the selection shall be based on demonstrated need, leadership and community service. This scholarship awards $1,000 per year. Wesley K. Wilber ScholarshipEndowment created to assist male, non-traditional students majoring in business, with financial need, and not eligible for state merit based scholarships. The student must complete the FAFSA, and can be enrolled full or part-time.
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