The College of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
Between November and February 1st of each year, to be considered for any institutional scholarship including departmental scholarships, continuing UNR students must complete the scholarship application in MyNEVADA: go to Student Center, Supplemental Forms, Scholarship Application. You must also complete this form.
To be eligible for consideration for scholarships which require financial need, by March 1 annually students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and include federal school code 002568; University of Nevada, Reno, Reno, NV. Students not eligible to complete the FAFSA (such as international students or students with DACA status), may complete the Financial Aid Calculation for Non-FAFSA Eligible Students form by March 1 annually.
If you wish to apply for a College of Business scholarship for the 2015/2016 academic year, you must download and fill out the application linked below in addition to the general University application form. Most College of Business awards must be made following very specific donor requirements, and our evaluation of your application will depend on the information you provide. Please note that not all scholarships are awarded based on GPA ranking or financial need.
Do not complete this application if you do not intend to be a University student for the upcoming year.
Donors of College of Business scholarships require that you are full-time (12-15 credits undergraduate, 9 graduate). We will also assume that you will be enrolled in both the Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 semesters unless you tell us otherwise in your essay. You must also be a declared major in the College of Business to receive an award.
Honesty and personal integrity are key values of the University of Nevada community. The issue of academic integrity is taken very seriously at the University and the College of Business. Since the majority of students take pride in total academic integrity, it is hoped that you, as a student, will take action to influence the practice of integrity in the academic community. Students found to have cheated, will not be eligible for scholarships from the College of Business.