Coggin College of Business has many scholarships to offer both undergraduate and graduate students. Please review the following information before applying. If you have any questions, please contact the Dean's office at email@example.com or 904-620-1540.
Scholarship applications for the 2019-20 academic year will be accepted JANUARY 1, 2019 through MARCH 1, 2019.
To be eligible to compete for scholarships administered by the Coggin College of Business:
- Students must declare a major in the Coggin College of Business
- Must have a GPA of 2.0 or better
- Must have completed a minimum of 36 credit hours
All Coggin College of Business undergraduate scholarships (except study abroad) are awarded once a year, in the spring. Once the application window closes, students will be notified if they received an award for the following Fall and Spring semesters.
Applications will be accepted January 1, 2019 - March 1, 2019 for Fall 2019/Spring 2020 awards. Any applications received after March 1 will not be considered.
Step 1: Review available scholarships related to your major
- All available general scholarships, criteria and award amounts can be found at General Scholarships.
- Study Abroad scholarship awards and application information can be found at Study Abroad.
- Graduate fellowship awards and application information can be found at Fellowship.
Step 2: Review how to apply for your scholarship
Undergraduate/General Scholarships: Review the general scholarship application process, instructions and essay requirements by visiting MyWings Tutorial. This document will explain how to apply for scholarships in each department.
Graduate Fellowships: Review all available fellowship applications found on the Fellowship page. Complete the PDF application associated with your chosen fellowship. You may apply for more than one. Email your completed PDF application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Study Abroad Scholarships: Please complete the following pdf application Study Abroad Application (you will not need to fill out the online application in MyWings). Email your completed pdf application to email@example.com.
*Attention Double Majors: All students with two business majors will fill out two applications; selecting each major in the drop down during the first step of the application. You may use the same essay for both applications.
Step 3: Apply for your scholarship
Following the directions in step two, apply for your scholarship. The scholarship application review and selection process can take up to 8 weeks. Decision notifications will be sent via e-mail to each applicant.
Step 4: Scholarship recipient responsibilities
Students who are awarded a scholarship will be required to complete the steps listed below. It is very important that award recipients meet the donor(s) and express their gratitude in the form of a thank you letter as well as attend a scholarship reception.
- Student award recipients will receive a scholarship acceptance letter via e-mail. This letter should be signed and turned into the CCB Dean's Office, 42/2010 immediately.
- Write and submit a donor thank you letter: students can review the thank you letter guidelines and a sample thank you letter template below. Letters should be typed, signed in ink and submitted in person to the Dean's office. Letters will be mailed directly to the donor(s) from the Dean's office. Please see helpful tips below for more info.
- Attend a scholarship reception event: students should plan to attend a scholarship reception event. These dates and times will be shared with the students by the Dean's office. This event will provide the students an opportunity to meet with the donor(s) and express their gratitude in person.
Scholarship Thank You Letter Tips
Make an impact: Your thank you letter is very important to the donor! IT provides you with an opportunity to share you own personal story as well as a way to express your gratitude for the award.
Make it your own: Use the sample thank you letter template as a guide, but please share your own story and do not copy the wording in the example. The letter does not have to be long, but it should be heartfelt.
Write professionally: You want to make a good impression! Have a friend or family member read your letter for revisions and feedback before submitting it to the Dean's Office. Letters that contain many writing and grammatical errors will be returned to the student for correction. This could delay getting your letter to the donor.