Scholarships and Awards
Funds for academically talented and creatively gifted students are offered by Ohio University through a variety of scholarships. In fact, 95% of OHIO's first-year students received financial aid in 2017–18.
According to the Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships, $11 million was awarded to first-year students in fall 2018.
All students applying for financial aid must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and be aware of certain general eligibility requirements. Learn More on the Future Bobcats Financial Aid Page
College of Business Current Student Scholarships
Professional and Online Graduate Programs Scholarships
The College of Business offers several different financial opportunities for our graduate students, including a corporate partner program scholarship, alumni scholarship, and a veteran and military scholarship.
Our students strive for excellence. Ohio University's College of Business offers nearly $185,000 in Deans Scholarships to current students. Deans Scholarships are based on academic merit and seniority. Current students will be notified by the Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships when the next application is open. Award: $1,250
College of Business endowed scholarships are made possible through the generosity of our donors. The College of Business awards nearly $225,000 in endowed scholarships to current students who have demonstrated strong academic merit at the annual College of Business Student Awards Banquet. Current students will be notified by the Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships when the next application is open. Award: Varies based on donor contribution.
Global Consulting Program and Study Abroad Scholarships
Experience business in a cross-cultural environment. The College of Business offers need-based scholarships for current students participating in the Global Consulting Program. Eligibility is based on data provided in the FAFSA.
KeyBank and OHIO’s College of Business have partnered to offer 15 diverse students a scholarship that is evenly dispersed over four years. Students in this program will participate in professional development activities to gain the leadership, communication, and professional skills needed to successfully transition into the workplace and become future global leaders. Award: $8,000
Ms. Beatrice Selotlegeng Scholarship
The Ms. Beatrice Selotlegeng Scholarship awards a scholarship that can be awarded up to four years. Recipients will be required to maintain academic excellence and participate in student organizations and monthly meetings with the COB Assistant Director for Diversity and Inclusion. Award: $2,000