Scholarships

The 2020-21 scholarships application process deadline to submit was February 22, 2020. Recipients will be notified via email as selected. For the 2021-22 scholarship application process, watch for email notification in October/November 2020. 

Instructions

  • View the available scholarships [PDF] and choose which ones you'd like to apply for.
  • Download the scholarship application [PDF] and fill it out completely. Please make sure that any scholarship you would like to be considered for is listed on your application.
  • Prepare a resume for submission with the application.
  • Some scholarships may require a personal statement, references, etc. Be sure these are included in your packet.
  • After gathering all your materials, deliver them personally to the dean's office at 201 Sill Hall. Please note: Incomplete applications will not be considered.

The Process

  • Once the application packet is received and checked for accuracy by the dean's office, it will be forwarded for review.
  • Award recipients will be notified by the College of Engineering and Technology Dean's office when finalized.
  • The names and applications of individuals selected to receive awards will be forwarded to the Office of Financial Aid for final verification and transfer of funds to the student's EMU account.

Scholarship List

  • Grace Fuller Memorial ScholarshipExpand dropdown
    Awarded to a junior or senior majoring in Department of Human, Environmental, and Consumer Resources or any subsequent name the department might bear (FMI, HRM, IDE); cumulative 3.0 GPA and selection based upon scholarly performance and leadership potential.
  • Frances G. Sanderson ScholarshipExpand dropdown

    Awarded to undergraduate in FMI, HRM, IDE programs who demonstrate leadership ability, motivation, and commitment along with scholastic performance. Financial need may be considered.

  • Morell D. Boone ScholarshipExpand dropdown
    Awarded to students seeking a Master of Science (MS) in Technology degree with a 3.0 GPA or better. Student must be enrolled in minimum of 6 credits per semester.
  • A2 Yoga Studio & Spa ScholarshipExpand dropdown
    Awarded to a declared major in HRM.  Preference given to graduate student with a minimum 3.0 GPA and interested in research; must submit a goal and vision statement for future in hospitality; must have a 2.5 academic record from a community college or university in Michigan.
  • Polly and Jim Buchanan Hospitality Management ScholarshipExpand dropdown
    Awarded to Hospitality Management major at the sophomore level or above with at least 25 credit hours completed, including graduate students); have a 2.3 GPA or higher and dedication to completing degree, interest in the hospitality industry by shown work experience and/or support for the student club or other industry related activities. The student can only receive the award once.
  • Coca Cola ScholarshipExpand dropdown
    Awarded to students who earned 56 credits toward their degree; having completed their first HRM cooperative study rotation and are in good academic standing. Financial need may be considered – it will not be one of the required criteria for awarding the scholarship.
  • Rhonda M. Gayleard ScholarshipExpand dropdown
    Awarded to Business Education (BMMT) majors who have a 3.0 GPA or above.
  • Julius M. Robinson ScholarshipExpand dropdown
    Awarded to students majoring in Business Education (BMMT), then secondary education if such curriculum is not offered, who have completed 75 credit hours, junior standing with one full semester taken at EMU and have achieved an outstanding record that semester.
  • Dr. Rose C. Wingo ScholarshipExpand dropdown
    Awarded to Business Education majors with a cumulative 2.5 GPA; completed BMMT 200; student are to express in writing a desire to become a teacher; enrolled in a minimum of 8 credit hours during the semester the award is granted.
  • Alice W. Callum Paralegal ScholarshipExpand dropdown
    Awarded to students with a declared major in Paralegal Studies (Legal Assistant); preference given to junior or senior with a GPA of 3.0; must submit letter stating goals and why applicant should be considered; preference also given to applicants who are active in community service.
  • W.W. GraingerExpand dropdown
    Awarded to junior or senior Industrial Distribution students. Must have completed 9 credit hours toward the Industrial Distribution degree. Must demonstrate merit through course work or service in the Industrial distribution profession or a combination of both.