The John B. Goddard School of Business & Economics has a variety of private scholarships available to continuing juniors and seniors with declared majors in the Goddard School and who have been formally admitted to our School.
If you are interested in scholarships for the Master of Accounting or Master of Taxation programs please contact Patti Glover. If you are interested in a scholarship for our Master of Business Administration program please contact Mark Stevenson or Matt Mouritsen.
To apply, go to www.weber.edu, log into the eWeber Portal, select the Student Services tab, under the Financial Services channel, select Financial Aid & Scholarship Applications, complete the application, and submit.
In order to fill out the FAFSA, students must have their prior year's taxes completed. However, it is advised everyone go ahead and fill out a FAFSA because President Obama has initiated several education initiatives that might be to their advantage. Also, a FAFSA allows students to be eligible for subsidized school loans (at lower interest rates) and also gives them a "need" rating which is important for private scholarship opportunities. Do not let the word "need" throw you - the government has goofy formulas and you honestly will not know if you qualify for a private scholarship unless you fill out the FAFSA. There are several private scholarships available for students who demonstrate some type of financial need.
Scholarship decisions are made in April and May.
Students awarded an undergraduate scholarship from the Goddard School are required to attend our annual Scholarship Banquet held in the fall of each year.
Goddard School scholarships are created through the generosity of private donors and corporations who contribute the private funds for these awards. Award criteria for sponsored scholarships are developed in consultation with the donors.