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College of Business Administration

Scholarships

The College of Business Administration, thanks to the generosity of donors, offers several scholarships for business majors. Scholarships are awarded to students in every concentration and classification and are usually awarded based on merit or financial need, or a combination of both. Scholarships go to all kinds of students - even students like you.


Scholarship Application Process -- Closed

Students must be admitted to Cal Poly Pomona and enrolled in the College of Business Administration to receive a scholarship. Announcement of scholarships applications are typically announced in spring quarter but check your Cal Poly Pomona email and this website for updates.  Applications are available online. Use search term "CBA."

Department Scholarships

To learn more about scholarships awarded by departments in the College of Business Administration, talk to your Chair or visit the department website.

Deadline: Varies depending on scholarships.

University Scholarships

Cal Poly Pomona offers university-wide scholarships for incoming and continuing students as well as provide a database of other scholarship websites.

Deadline: Varies depending on scholarships.

Selection Process

The College of Business Administration Scholarship Committee selects scholarship recipients through a competitive process. Many of CBA scholarships have specific requirements in addition to merit and/or financial need, such as major or field of interest, community involvement, career goals, leadership skills, or membership in student organizations. The specific criteria for each scholarship are established by the scholarship donor and the college.

To learn more about supporting College of Business Administration scholarships through private or corporate gifts, please contact Jeff Cox at (909) 869-2755.

Testimonials

Alexa Koch

Alexa Koch

"Without the D. Scott Mercer Scholarship, I would be struggling to afford my education. My scholarship has given me the opportunity to focus more fully on my studies and pursue my dreams."