As we strive to be one of the top business schools in the country, we rely heavily on investments from our alumni and friends to ensure that we are able to attract the best and brightest students.Â Scholarships continue to serve as one of our strongest recruitment tools and allow us the opportunity to deliver a first-class educational experience to our students.Â
The formula is a simple one: as dollars dedicated to financial aid increase, so does the quality of the student body.Â Term and current scholarship support for graduate programs provide annual funding to empower The Jones Graduate School of Business to recruit graduate students and ensures that the school continues to grow in reputation and national rankings.Â Both endowed and current scholarships may be named in honor of an esteemed colleague, one's family or a business/organization.
MBA Scholar | Â $3,000,000
Funds support a student's full tuition and fees as well as a stipend covering books and living expenses. There is a competitive and publically spotlighted application and interview process facilitated by the Admissions Office within the business school. Recipients are expected to utilize their leadership skills during their time at the school and amongst their community.
Full Named Deanâ€™s Endowed Scholarship |Â $2,000,000
Funds support a student's full tuition and fees.
Named Scholarship |Â $100,000
Funds support offsetting student tuition. A new student is selected on an annual basis.
Current Use Funds
Named Scholarships |Â $10,000+
Funds are fully distributed over an agreed time period and may cover the full cost of tuition and fees. Current use scholarships at the Jones Graduate School of Business support a student(s) until the funds are exhausted.
Current and endowed scholarship donors are recognized in the business school's Annual Report published every fall. They are invited to attend, along with their recipient(s), the school's annual scholarship dinner during the spring semester. In addition, the support is showcased on the school's website.