School of Economics Merit Scholarships

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The School of Economics annually awards a number of scholarships. To be eligible for one of these scholarships, a student must be a declared Economics, Economics and International Affairs, or Global Economics and Modern Languages major and have completed twelve semester hours of economics. Selection is based on merit, defined in terms of academic performance as well as leadership and involvement in the Institute and School of Economics activities and organizations. 

Please use this unified application form for all scholarships. You only need to submit one form. You will automatically be considered for all scholarships for which you are eligible.

Joel V. O’Neal Scholarship

This scholarship of up to $1,000 is awarded each spring for the following academic year to an undergraduate student majoring in Economics, Economics and International Affairs, or Global Economics and Modern Languages. Applications are due by April 30th and recipients will be notified by June 30th each year. Please turn in completed applications to Assistant to the Chair, Dante Christmas

Richard B. Inman, Jr. Scholarship 

This scholarship of up to $1,000 is awarded to outstanding undergraduate students majoring in Economics. Applications are due by April 30th and recipients will be notified by June 30th each year.  Please turn in completed applications to Dante Christmas, Assistant to the Chair.

ODE Scholarship

Omicron Delta Epsilon (ODE) members who are B.S. students majoring in ECON, EIA, or GEML are eligible to apply for up to $1,000 in tuition and fees (must join two semesters prior to graduation) or up to $500 towards tuition and fees (must join one semester prior to graduation). Applications are due by April 30th for the following Fall semester or October 1st for the following Spring semester. Please turn in completed applications to Assistant to the Chair, Dante Christmas