Scholarship - Business Ethics
The following list of scholarships was created by donations from individuals and organizations for students of the College of Business (COB). The FAU Foundation and the Dean's Office administer the scholarships once per year at the start of the Fall Semester. Some scholarships are made from the interest accrued on endowed funds. The scholarships may be expendable or endowments. Therefore, each scholarship fund is reviewed and awarded on a case by case basis. To apply, select the red application button to the right. Awards to scholarship recipients are received in writing approximately one month after the application window closes. The closing date for all scholarship applications in the College of Business is October 1, 2016.
Business Ethics Scholarships
Edward E. Shoaf Ethics Scholarship
Established in 2001 by Edward Shoaf for full-time students with demonstrated financial need. Students must complete the three-credit Business Law course or an equivalent, and be involved in community service.
Hilda A. Krinzman Ethics Scholarship Fund
Established by Hilda Krinzman this scholarship is awarded to full-time students who have completed a course in Business Law or Advanced Business Law or a course studying the ethical environment of business. Students must also have demonstrated financial need, show commitment to community service and have a GPA of at least 2.5.
Lee J. and Esther S. Steindel Ethics Scholarship
This business ethics scholarship was established from the estate of the Steindels in 2000. Scholarships are awarded to full-time students with demonstrated financial need. Students must complete the three-credit business law course or an equivalent and be involved in community service.
Mildred A. Becker Ethics Scholarship
Established by the estate of Mildred A. Becker to help a full-time student in the College of Business. Recipient must be a U.S. citizen, show financial need and have high academic standards. Applicant must have completed the three-credit Business Law course or an equivalent and also be involved in community service.
Virginia and Douglas Stewart Business Ethics Scholarship
Established in 2000 by the Virginia and Douglas Stewart Trust. Students under consideration must be full-time, complete either the ethical environment or business law course, have demonstrated financial need, have a commitment to community service and have earned a minimum 2.5 GPA at FAU.
Welcom H. Watson Ethics Scholarship
Established by friends in honor of “Hank” Watson and awarded to full-time students enrolled in the College of Business. Recipients must be residents of Broward County with demonstrated financial need, a GPA of 2.5 or greater and a commitment to community service, who have completed the three-hour business law course or an equivalent.