The Boler College of Business offers a variety of scholarship opportunities both through the Dean’s Office and through each of the departments for individual majors.
The scholarship application process begins each January with applications due in the Dean’s office at the end of that month. These scholarships cannot be applied for graduate work. Scholarships are competitive with the primary emphasis on academic performance. The Jean Sutowki is for outstanding need. The Dean's office ones are only for senior year but some departments have ones for other years.
Deadline to apply for the Boler College Dean’s Scholarship is January 31, 2021. The application link can be found here for the Boler Dean's office Scholarships. Information for each departmental scholarship offerings are listed below.
Please contact Laura Atkins, Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Studies, for information about the application process.
Boland Scholarships are awarded to full-time female senior Boler College of Business Students for meritorious scholastic achievement. Scholarship winners are selected in the spring for the following academic year.
Fiftieth Anniversary Scholarship
Fiftieth Anniversary Scholarships are awarded to senior Boler College of Business students for meritorious achievements. Scholarship winners are selected in the spring for the following academic year.
The Jean Sutowski Scholarship
The Sutowski Scholarships are awarded to full-time Boler College of Business students in their senior year who have unmet financial need and are in good academic standing. Scholarship winners are selected in the spring for the following academic year.
Department of Accountancy Scholarships
Traditionally, each spring, John Carroll University has honored selected accounting students for achievements and excellence in accountancy and other demonstrated qualities. The honors so bestowed on our outstanding accounting majors are given special substance through cash awards generously provided by the accounting profession and industry of Greater Cleveland and our Accounting Alumni. The Kramer School of Accountancy and Information Sciences presented over 30 awards in spring 2020. The awards were sponsored by the following firms/organizations:
Allyn Adams Foundation
Ciuni & Panichi
Cohen & Co.
Grant Thornton, LLP
Jarosz Family Foundation
HW & Co.
Institute of Internal Auditors
Maloney + Novotny
Meaden & Moore
Robert T. Sullens Foundation
Robert Walsh Foundation
Department of Economics and Finance Scholarships
The Department of Economics and Finance offers several scholarships and awards for meritorious academic and service efforts. During applicable application periods, students will find a link at the bottom of this page with further information on how to submit an application.
Economics Awards for Current Seniors
Bombelles Award for achievement in international, environmental or global economic affairs
John Marshall Gersting Award to an outstanding graduating major in Economics
Sonia Gold Economics Achievement Award to the student that attains the highest score on the Economics Comprehensive Exam
Economics Scholarships for Rising Seniors
Lavelle Scholarship for meritorious scholastic achievement in economics and demonstrated financial need
Economics Awards for Juniors and Rising Juniors
Omicron Delta Epsilon Junior Honors Award for the highest ranking junior Economics major with at least 12 hours of economics
Finance Awards for Current Seniors
Financial Executive Institute Award to recognize scholastic achievement of a senior, finance major planning a career in financial management.
David M. Benacci Award for achievement in investments and demonstrated financial need
Finance Faculty Student Service Award for academic achievement and service to the department
Clifford Outstanding Senior in Finance Award to an outstanding graduating major in finance
Finance Scholarships for Rising Seniors
Clifford Scholarship for meritorious scholastic achievement and demonstrated financial need
Jason & Michelle Stevens for meritorious scholastic achievement and demonstrated financial need
John D. Volpi, Sr. for meritorious scholastic achievement and demonstrated financial need
Pacelli Scholarships for meritorious scholastic achievement and demonstrated financial need
Department of Management, Marketing and Supply Chain Management Scholarships
The following scholarships, ranging from $1,000 to $3,000 are available
Arthur J. Noetzel Scholarship awarded to a junior management, marketing or supply chain management major for scholastic achievement and leadership potential
George A. Merritt Scholarship awarded to a junior management major for scholastic achievement and leadership potential
American Body Company Hustle and Harmony Scholarship awarded to a junior marketing major with scholastic achievement and career aspirations in selling
Feeley Logistics Scholarship awarded to outstanding business logistics major for scholastic achievement and leadership potential
The Plain Dealer Scholarship awarded to a junior management major who graduated from a high school in one of the following Ohio counties: Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, Medina, Portage, Summit. Recipient must have genuine financial need.
To apply for the Management, Marketing and Supply Chain Scholarships, please download the application here
Lavelle Internships in Non-Profit Organizations
Lavelle Internships in Non-Profit Organizations are funded through the Robert M. Ginn Institute for Corporate Social Responsibility and provide funding for students to complete an administrative or managerial internship at a local, private, non-profit organization. Only unpaid internships are eligible for funding through this program and must involve at least 135 work hours during the funded semester. Students must have a GPA of 2.20 or higher and must be have an academic status of sophomore or higher and registered with the Center for Career Services or through an academic department.
Applications are due 1 week prior to the start of the term in which the internship will be completed (fall, spring or summer). At most, 10 awards are granted per semester. Selection criteria include internship quality and appropriateness of work to the student's academic program.
To apply, students must complete the application and be registered in one of the campus internship courses such as BPD 490 or CE 199.