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Scholarships and Awards - $30,000+

 

Senior Honors

School of Business major and GPA of 3.5 and above

Bill Rankin Award

Deserving rising senior student aspiring to a career in human resources

Elevator Pitch Competition

Demonstration of and contribution to entrepreneurial spirit

Ann M. Kendlehart Scholarship

Academic achievement and potential in accounting, business, and economics

Samuel H. Sloan Memorial Scholarship

Rising senior student with superior all-college average

Ronald B. and Emily P. Mackall Scholarship

Rising junior/senior demonstrating an appreciation for the fine arts

David W. Edward Business Plan Scholarship

Outstanding presentation of a successful business concept

Joseph F. and Cecelia R. Zunic Scholarship

Achievement in the area of accounting

John B. Fouss Leadership & Scholarship Fund

Sophomore with high academic achievement and strong leadership characteristics

Donald R. & Denise Fishback Scholarship

Rising senior demonstrating high character, integrity, and leadership skills

William C. Neely Free Market Business Award for Excellence

Outstanding academic and leadership skills and interest in marketing or management

Ron Bergey Accounting Scholarship

Outstanding accounting major intending to enter the accounting profession

Robert E. and Jane S. Lauterbach Scholarship

Rising senior displaying outstanding academic achievement

PICPA Outstanding Senior

Graduating senior exhibiting excellence in field of accounting

School of Business Outstanding Senior

Graduating senior exemplifying outstanding academic achievement and initiative, that portend continued success in accounting, business, or economics.

Alumni Entrepreneur of the Year

Honors Westminster College Alumni for outstanding success as entrepreneurs.

2019 Lyn Goss ‘66
2018 Chad Wise ’97, DDS
2017 Laura Scotford ‘86
2016 David Robbins ‘82
2015 Dave & Robin Gooch ’75 ‘75
2014 Robert Jazwinski ’75, CPA/PFS, CFP

It is the intention of Westminster's School of Business that all our students, not just those who are in traditional entrepreneurial roles, strive to think entrepreneurially within their own sets of responsibilities and work situations.