Crummer Scholarship Application

    Crummer Scholarships
    Crummer awards scholarships to admitted Early Advantage MBA and Professional MBA students based on a variety of factors including backgrounds, career interests, and academic achievement. Scholarships are awarded to students with career goals in diverse areas of interest and fields including finance, leadership, marketing, the nonprofit sector, entrepreneurship, science, technology, engineering, math, hospitality, sports management, healthcare, etc. 

    Executive MBA students may also apply for a Martin Bell Scholarship, which are awarded annually to senior nonprofit professionals who display exemplary leadership in their respective field.

    To be considered for a Crummer scholarship, applicants must submit an essay addressing each of the following questions:
    1. What are your specific academic/career goals?
    2. How have you contributed to your community?
    3. Why do you need this scholarship? Or What makes you the best fit to receive this scholarship?
    4. How will this scholarship help you achieve your goals?
    Each prompt response must be no longer than 500 words. Recipients must maintain good academic standing throughout the duration of the program, and minimum GPA of 3.0. Only admitted students from the Early Advantage MBA and Professional MBA are eligible to apply for a Crummer Scholarship. 

    To be considered for a scholarship, candidates must submit a scholarship application form any time after submitting their program application, but no later than one week after being issued their acceptance letter/email. 

    *Starting for the Fall 2020 entering class, Accelerated Management Program students with outstanding Rollins undergraduate scholarship funding are only eligible to receive additional Crummer scholarships during terms following the completion of that undergraduate funding. For example, students who have undergraduate funding for their entire 4th year of study at Crummer/Rollins will only be eligible for additional Crummer funding for the 5th (final) year.