Business Education Scholarships

Application process

School of Business scholarships are awarded based on the criteria established by the donor and the qualifications of the students. Most scholarships awarded are merit based, meaning that the higher the GPA and ACT scores, the higher the chances of receiving an award.  The scholarship committee strives to meet the requirements established by the donors.  

There is no separate scholarship application process for the below scholarships unless a link is included. 

Scholarships awarded by professional organizations have separate application processes.

Drs. Nancy & Robert Hite

The Hite scholarship awards shall be given to students who are preparing to be business teachers at the undergraduate or graduate levels based on academic standing and need, with priority given to incoming freshman, transfer, or graduate students.

George Walters

Students majoring in business who demonstrate scholarly achievements and financial need will be eligible for this renewable scholarship. Consideration will be given to a master's degree student in business education that is a DPE member.

Helen Dow Memorial

Helen, a 1927 graduate in education, established this scholarship to help worthy and needy students who shall be majoring in business education.

KBEA Scholarship

The Kansas Business Education Association (KBEA) Scholarship will be awarded annually at the KBEA Convention, generally held in the fall. The scholarship will be in the amount as specified by the Executive Board, as well as the number of scholarships awarded (2014 is approved for two $500 scholarships.

The scholarship can be awarded for undergraduate work in business education or graduate work in a business related field. Applications for the scholarship will be submitted to the KBEA Past-President by May 15. Applicants must submit a transcript indicating they are qualified junior or senior undergraduate business education student or a graduate student at an accredited college or university and complete the application process.

Applicants must have an overall grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale in their post-secondary work. The scholarship will only be awarded once to an applicant. Applicants must be members or student members of KBEA.

Nora S. Stosz Memorial

Students majoring in business education are eligible for this scholarship.

Don't forget to check out Business ScholarshipsFinancial Aid & Scholarships, and Professional Organization Scholarships.