Silberman College Scholarships
Scholarships for Undergraduate and Graduate Business Majors
Throughout the academic year, business students can apply for scholarships. The Student Development Committee works with University Development and Financial Aid on new and existing scholarships to review applications and recommend recipients. To date, we’ve awarded almost $500,000 in grants to our Silberman College of Business students.
Scholarships for Silberman College of Business Students
The below scholarships are intended strictly for business students. To find out more information, email the Student Development Committee.
- Adrian Alexander Cummings Endowed Scholarship
- Barbara V. Brusco Scholarship
- COBA Stanley Iwanski Scholarship
- David E. Knee Scholarship
- Diana Sabo Boyes Memorial Scholarship
- Donald E. Outcalt Scholarship
- Dr. Helen Warren Endowed Scholarship
- Dr. Margareth Bellevan Scholarship
- Elia G. Stratis Scholarship
- Ellsworth P. and Reta R Hibler Endowed Scholarship
- Entrepreneurial Studies Scholarship
- Frank J. Walsh, Jr. Endowed Scholarship
- Gregg L. Nelson Outright Scholarship
- Harold Hackerman Accounting Scholarship
- James F. Jamieson Scholarship
- John Robert and Marye Trinkle Ruzila Endowed Scholarship
- JP Morgan Chase/Evelyn Dotson Scholarship
- Kurt G. Brown Memorial Scholarship
- Louis and Elizabeth Rice Scholarship
- Margaret and Marshall Endowed Scholarship
- Marshall and Margaret Outright Scholarship
- Mary A. Schwarz Scholarship
- PNC Bank – Linda Bowden Silberman College of Business Diversity and Inclusion Scholarship
- Robert and Patricia Pures Scholarship
- Robert Rosselli Scholarship
- Robert S. Needham Memorial Scholarship
- Saul D. Feldman Family Fund
- The Matthew Emmens Endowed Scholarship
- Vespa Family Endowed Scholarship
Please check back periodically and be on the lookout for emails from the Student Development Committee to learn about scholarship opportunities as they become available. You may direct any questions to the Student Development Committee.
General and Organizational Scholarships for Accounting Majors
These are private scholarships and not affiliated with FDU. By selecting any of the following links, you will be leaving the FDU website.
- American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) National Scholarship Search
- Educational Foundation for Women in Accounting (EFWA) Scholarships
- Go College (Scholarships for Accounting Majors)
- Independent College Fund of New Jersey (ICFNJ)
- Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) Student Scholarships
- National Society of Accountants (NSA) Scholarship Foundation
- The New Jersey Society of CPAs (NJCPA) Scholarships
- NJCPA Bergen Chapter Scholarship (Information is posted each fall)
- Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) Scholarship
4 Plus 1 Combined Degree Advantage
Fairleigh Dickinson University has announced an incentive program that offers the incoming class the opportunity to continue into the graduate-degree level with an extension of their undergraduate scholarships by one year. Students can choose from a wide selection of combined degrees.
Advantages of this program include saving time by accelerating the student’s education. Students enrolled in this program can graduate with both a bachelor’s and master’s degree. Students also have the flexibility to go from undergraduate degrees at one FDU campus and finish their graduate degrees at the other. Qualified students must declare their intent to pursue a five-year combined degree after earning between 60 and 80 undergraduate credits. This is only offered to students continuing at the master’s graduate level on a full-time basis.
Read about the Combined Degree Advantage or contact the Undergraduate Admissions Office by calling 1-800-FDU-8803.
General Scholarships for FDU Students
The following resources are available to FDU students:
- Association of Latino Professionals For America (ALPFA) scholarship opportunities through FDU’s ALPFA chapter for Latino students.
Graduate Scholarships, Assistantships, and Financial Aid
Scholarships for Graduate Students
Graduate Assistantships are highly competitive and sought-after positions giving students the opportunity to work with SCB faculty and offset tuition. Currently enrolled SCB graduate and undergraduate students at both the Metropolitan Campus and the Florham Campus are also encouraged to apply. For more information, please visit the Silberman College of Business graduate assistantships page.
Financial Aid for Graduate Students
For more information on financial aid, please check the Graduate Financial Aid section of the website.
Helpful Links to Graduate Financial Support Information:
By selecting any of the following links, you will be leaving the FDU website.
- International Scholarship Search: Study Abroad and International Student Scholarship Search Online.
- FinAid: The Financial Aid Information Page
- Scholarship Search: The World’s largest and oldest private sector scholarship database.
- U.S. Department of Education: Financial Aid, grants, loans, and work-study are the three major forms of aid available through the Department’s Federal Student Aid office.
- Peterson’s Scholarship Search
- FastWeb Scholarship Search
- Financial Information for Veterans