Marketing Department Scholarship

(Current Academic Year Opportunity) Spring 2021 Marketing Department Scholarship: The main objective of Marketing Department Scholarship is to provide financial assistance to worthy undergraduate students majoring in Marketing at CSUN. The scholarship fund is financed principally by a bequest from the estate of the late James F. McRaith, a member of the Marketing faculty for thirteen years.

  • Applicants must complete and submit a General Application via my Matador Scholarships
  • Applicants must be declared Marketing majors (undergraduates working towards a B.S. in Marketing)
  • Applicants must have completed some upper division coursework required in the major
  • Applicants must have a 3.0 GPA or higher in 1) all coursework taken toward the degree, 2) all coursework taken at CSUN, and 3) upper
    division coursework required in the major.
  • Applicants must have a minimum of 9 units remaining after the current Fall 2020 term to complete their undergraduate degree.
  • 3 unit minimum enrollment for Fall, 3 unit minimum enrollment for Spring.
  • Enrollment: Part-time and Full-time applicants are welcome to apply.
  • Applicants should have evidence of extra-curricular activity in marketing-related areas (e.g., American Marketing Association, marketing Internship, marketing work experience, etc.)
  • Applicants must submit a current DPR

The number of scholarships awarded depends on the merit of the applications received, the number of applicants, and the available funds.
The size of an awarded scholarship grant will depend on the merits of the successful applicants and any special circumstances. The Marketing Department anticipates that most awards will fall in the range of $700 to $2500.

Please contact Deborah Heisley at deborah.heisley@csun.edu should you have questions regarding this scholarship opportunity.

Award
Varies
Deadline
02/21/2021
Supplemental Questions
  1. Please upload your current Degree Progress Report (DPR).
  2. Are you a declared Marketing major?
  3. Have you completed some upper division coursework in your major
  4. After the current Fall 2020 term, how many units will you need to complete your undergraduate degree?
  5. From your Degree Progress Report, what is your GPA in all coursework taken toward your degree?
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