The Brock School of Business awards this academic scholarship to applicants who display exceptional academic potential through high scores on the GMAT or GRE*. Applicants are automatically considered for this scholarship in the application review process, and scholarship recipients are notified prior to enrolling in the graduate program.
Students enrolled in an MBA entrepreneurship elective course are considered for a $1000 scholarship named for a graduate of the MBA program who died suddenly in 1997. Russell was a great advocate of Samford's entrepreneurship focus.
Chris Morgan was an MBA student when he passed away in 1998. A scholarship fund established in his name helps selected students meet tuition expenses.
Other scholarship money may be available from time to time. Current and prospective students should make scholarship inquiries at the Office of Academic Programs. There is no application process for these scholarships -- all students are considered and selected based on academic performance and progress in the program.
GRE scores are converted to an equivalent GMAT score using the GRE Comparison Tool for Business Schools.