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Culverhouse awards scholarships every year to students of outstanding merit.

The Culverhouse College of Business scholarships are awarded to undergraduate students enrolled in Culverhouse and possess a 3.0-grade point average or higher. Once an application is submitted, it cannot be viewed again. Please make sure to write down any information you need before submitting.
You must complete the undergraduate scholarship application by the due date to receive any type of award.

Application Guidelines

Deadlines

The priority deadline for continuing students and all new transfer students is March 1, 2021. Unless otherwise noted, Culverhouse scholarships are specific to the school. For this and other reasons, they are awarded as they become available in the spring for the following academic year. The deadline for incoming freshmen to submit a scholarship application is January 15, 2021.

Application

To be considered for Culverhouse College of Business scholarships, you must submit an undergraduate scholarship application. The application is submitted through myBama. To access the application, log in, and select Admissions/Scholarships on the left side of the screen. For Incoming Freshmen and Transfer Students, please click Application for Scholarships.  For Undergraduate Students, please click Current Student Scholarship Application.

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Review

Applications are reviewed by the Culverhouse College of Business Scholarship Committee after the March 1st deadline. If awarded, you will receive an email notifying you of the award with the amount.

Thank You Letter

You are expected to write a thank-you letter to the donor. As soon as this is received, the scholarship will be awarded to your student account.

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Scholarships

Below are the criteria for each college-wide scholarship.  Please review the scholarships below to determine whether you meet the qualifications.  For departmental scholarships, please contact your major department.

Priority of consideration is given to entering full-time freshmen who enroll in the Culverhouse College of Business and whose high school academic records, college entrance test results, and character indicate a reasonable probability of success. Recipients must be in-state residents, must have scored a maximum of 25 on the ACT or an equivalent score on the SAT, and should demonstrate financial need, high moral character, love of community, and a willingness to participate in community service.

 

Priority of consideration shall be given to full-time undergraduate students who are enrolled in the Culverhouse College of Business.

 

Priority of consideration shall be given to full-time undergraduate students who have maintained a 3.6 high school GPA and are enrolled in the Culverhouse College of Business.

 

Priority of consideration shall be given to students who are from Baldwin County and who intend to pursue a degree in the Culverhouse College of Business and who demonstrate financial need.

 

Priority of consideration is given full-time students who have graduated from a high school in Baldwin County, are pursuing a degree in the Culverhouse College of Business, and who demonstrate financial need, although not necessarily need as defined by federal guidelines.

 

Priority of consideration is given to first-generation college students who are enrolled as undergraduates in the Culverhouse College of Business, who graduated from high schools in Jefferson and Shelby County, Alabama, and who maintain the grade point average required by the College. It is the donor's desire that recipients possess leadership qualities and a strong work ethic and are well-rounded as demonstrated by their involvement in on and off-campus extracurricular activities.

 

Priority of consideration is given to juniors and seniors majoring in information technology disciplines, which include management information systems and computer science.

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Priority of consideration is given to full-time students in the Culverhouse College of Business who possess a strong work ethic and desire to succeed but not necessarily a high grade point average.

 

Priority for the award is given to persons whose academic records and admission tests indicate a high probability of outstanding academic performance.

 

Priority of consideration is given to physically challenged students who are residents of Alabama and who are enrolled in degree programs in the Culverhouse College of Business.

 

Priority of consideration is given to students who have enrolled in the Culverhouse College of Business who have a strong academic record, significant involvement in extracurricular activities, and who demonstrate financial need, although not necessarily as defined by federal guidelines.

 

In selecting scholarship recipients, first priority is given to full-time undergraduate students with majors in the Culverhouse College of Business who are from Patrick's high school alma mater, Decatur High School in Decatur, Alabama. Second priority is given to Culverhouse College of Business majors from Morgan County, Alabama.

 

Priority of consideration shall be given to full-time undergraduate female students who are enrolled in the Culverhouse College of Business, demonstrate financial need, and possess a 3.0 or higher GPA.

 

Priority of consideration shall be given to full-time undergraduate students who are enrolled in the Culverhouse College of Business, majoring in business, are legal residents of the state of Alabama, and demonstrate financial need, although not necessarily need as defined by federal guidelines.

 

Priority is given to students enrolled in the Culverhouse College of Business who show interest in international affairs with a concentration in Japan. Second priority shall be given to students enrolled in Culverhouse.

 

Priority of consideration is given to students who are enrolled in the Culverhouse College of Business, with preference given to those who meet one or more of the following criteria, listed in order of importance: female students who are residents of the state of Alabama, students who are members of the Alabama Forensic Council, students who have a 2.5 GPA or higher on a 4.0 scale, and students who are involved in extracurricular activities.

 

Priority of consideration is given to students who are enrolled in the Culverhouse College of Business and graduated from a high school in the state of Kentucky.

 

Priority shall be given to full-time students enrolled in the Culverhouse College of Business.

 

Priority of consideration shall be given to students who are enrolled in the Culverhouse College of Business, who graduated from a high school within the state of Alabama, and whose academic records indicate scholastic success by achievement of a 3.0 GPA or above on a 4.0 scale.

 

Priority is given to full-time undergraduate students enrolled in the Culverhouse College of Business who demonstrate financial need.

 

Priority of consideration is given to students who are enrolled in the Culverhouse College of Business and who are participating in the study abroad program.

 

Priority of consideration shall be given to students who are enrolled in the Culverhouse College of Commerce and Business Administration, who are members in good standing of Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, and who exhibit strong character such as leadership, community service, and academic achievement.

 

Priority of consideration shall be given to students who are enrolled in the Culverhouse College of Business; who are majoring in operations management with a concentration in the transportation industry; who demonstrate financial need, although not necessarily need as defined by federal guidelines; and who maintain a grade point average of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale.

 

Priority is given to incoming freshman or transfer students in the Culverhouse College of Business who are children of employees affiliated with the Anderson family. The scholarship shall be awarded based on the following criteria:

First priority of consideration shall be given to students who are enrolled in the Culverhouse College of Business who are children of employees of companies affiliated with the Anderson family, including Anderson Media, Books-A-Million, American Promotional Events, Anderson Press, and affiliates. Second priority of consideration shall be given to students enrolled in the Culverhouse College of Business who graduated from high schools in counties of northwest Alabama, which include Lauderdale, Limestone, Colbert, Lawrence, Franklin, Marion, Winston, Jefferson and Shelby counties, who are not children of employees of companies affiliated with the Anderson family.

The scholarship may be renewable for up to four years of a recipient's undergraduate education provided the recipient maintains a minimum 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale and remains enrolled in the Culverhouse College of Business. Must have a 3.0 or above GPA.

 

Priority is given to undergraduate students enrolled in the Culverhouse College of Business who graduated from HS in Chilton Co and have demonstrated signs of a strong work ethic, personal integrity, and leadership.

 

Priority of consideration shall be given to students enrolled full-time in the Culverhouse College of Commerce and Business. Achninistration who graduated from a high school in Mobile County, Alabama, and who demonstrate financial need, although not necessarily as defined by federal guidelines.

To the extent permitted by law, preference shall be given to those students whose enrollment would further the University's compliance with its court-imposed remedial obligations to diversify its student population or whose enrollment would enhance the diversity of the University's student body. Among qualified applicants, recipients shall be selected on the basis of a good moral character, strong work ethic, and demonstrated leadership skills.

 

Priority of consideration shall be given to students enrolled in the Culverhouse College of Business who demonstrate financial need. Additional priority shall be given to graduates from high schools within Tarrant County, Texas.

 

Priority given to deserving students enrolled full-time in the Culverhouse College of Business. Students must have a 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale.

 

This fund is to award scholarships to deserving full-time undergraduate students in the Culverhouse College of Business.

 

Priority is given to full-time students in the Culverhouse College of Business.

 

Fellowship is awarded to outstanding students pursuing a course of study leading to a graduate degree in the Culverhouse College of Business.

 

Students enrolled full-time in the Culverhouse College of Business and who demonstrate financial need, although not necessarily need as defined by federal guidelines.

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Priority of consideration shall be given to junior and senior level students who are enrolled in the Culverhouse College of Business who have faced hardships in either their personal lives or at home and may not otherwise be able to attend college due to financial need. Among qualified applicants, the deciding factor shall be financial need, although not necessarily need as defined by federal guidelines.

 

To the extent permitted by law, priority of consideration shall be given to female undergraduate students who are enrolled in the Culverhouse College of Business and whose enrollment would enhance the diversity of the College’s student population, thereby improving the quality of the College’s educational experience and product.

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Priority of consideration shall be given to students enrolled full-time in the Culverhouse College of Business who are considering study abroad and immersion programs. First preference shall be given to students who have graduated from a high school in the state of Alabama. If no students meet the above criteria, second preference shall be given to students who have graduated from a high school outside of the state of Alabama.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes there are scholarships available for freshmen and transfer students. Both can apply at their respective links below.

The priority deadline for scholarship applications from high school seniors is January 15.

 

All award letters are sent to the student’s crimson email account and will contain instructions on how to accept the awards.

Recipients are notified between March and April of each year.

Award amounts vary based on the scholarship in question. Typical awards range from $500 a semester to $1500 a semester.

Your UA GPA must meet the minimum qualifications set forth in the individual scholarship; traditionally that GPA requirement is a 3.0.

You will be on probation which requires a semester GPA of 3.0. If you are unable to meet that requirement you will lose the scholarship but are eligible to reapply the following year if grades improve.

Please be thorough when filling out your application. Set aside at least 30 minutes to complete it. List any achievements or interests that you believe help set you apart from the other applications. When in doubt add more information not less. If you have declared a specialization, please indicate in the last question on the scholarship application under 'Extenuating Circumstances.'

Contact

Lottie Pearce | Scholarship and Stewardship Coordinator

lpearce@culverhouse.ua.edu
456 Alston Hall
Box 870223

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