School of Business and Management

Daniel B. Goldberg Scholarship

The Daniel B. Goldberg Scholarship is offered to a graduate student pursuing a finance career in state or local government. The recipient will receive $10,000 and will be invited to attend the Government Finance Officers Association’s (GFOA) annual conference.Visit the Government Finance Officers Association site for more information.

Frank L. Greathouse Government Accounting Scholarship

The Frank L. Greathouse Government Accounting Scholarship is offered to a graduate student pursuing a finance career in state or local government. The recipient will receive $5,000 and will be invited to attend the Government Finance Officers Association’s (GFOA) annual conference. Visit the Government Finance Officers Association site for more information.

Government Finance Professional Development Scholarship

The Government Finance Professional Development Scholarship is offered to part-time graduate students currently employed by state or local government. Applicants must be pursuing a career in government finance in order to qualify for the $5,000 award. Recipients will receive their award at the Government Finance Officers Association’s (GFOA) annual conference. Visit the Government Finance Officers Association site for more information.

The Kaplan Group Annual Scholarship

The Kaplan Group Annual Scholarship awards $1,000 to an undergraduate or graduate student pursuing a business or law-oriented degree. Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 2.50 and submit an essay based on one of two selected topics from the website. Visit the The Kaplan Group site for more information.

Minorities in Government Finance Scholarship

The Minorities in Government Finance Scholarship recognizes minorities preparing for a career in state or local government finance. It is offered to full- or part-time upper-division undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in a public administration, governmental accounting, finance, political science, economics, or business administration program. The recipient will receive $5,000 and must belong to one of the following groups: Black or African American, American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, Hispanic or Latino. Visit the Government Finance Officers Association site for more information.

Myra L. Frank Memorial Graduate Scholarship

Established in 2005 by the Los Angeles Chapter of WTS, this scholarship encourages women to pursue career paths in transportation-related fields, such as transportation engineering, planning, finance, or logistics, or careers in the field of environmental planning or science. Two scholarships, one for $6,000 and another for $4,000, are available. Visit the WTS Los Angeles site for more information.

National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA)

The NBMBAA Graduate Scholarship Program awards scholarships to deserving graduate students. Applicants must demonstrate academic excellence, strong communication skills, community involvement, and leadership ability. Scholarships range from $1,000–$15,000. Visit the National Black MBA Association site for more information.

Native American Finance Officers Association Scholarship (NAFOA)

This scholarship program assists Native American and Alaskan Native students working toward a degree within a financially related field: accounting, finance, marketing, economics, or business. Students must demonstrate a commitment to their Native community. Visit the Native American Finance Officers Association site for more information.

Richard Metzler Scholarship

The Richard Metzler Scholarship is offered to graduate students dedicated to scholarship in the field of management consulting. All applicants must demonstrate strong leadership skills as well as good citizenship through community service or other related activities. The Association of Management Consulting Firms determines award amounts. Visit the Association of Management Consulting Firms site for more information.

Robert A. Toigo Foundation Fellowship

Toigo Fellowships are awarded the spring prior to the start of business school. The fellowship program is dedicated to the development of minority professionals within the field of finance. Each class of scholarship recipients includes more than 50 of the most exceptional MBA candidates from a mix of schools nationwide. Visit the Robert Toigo Foundation site for more information.