Doermer School of Business

Scholarships for Incoming Freshmen:

Scholarships for Current Students:

Listed below are Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne scholarships designated specifically for business majors. To apply for these scholarships, students must complete the online common scholarship application available on my.ipfw by February 1 to be considered for scholarship for the following academic year. Only students who have completed the pre-business courses and who have been accepted or are currently in the process of being accepted are eligible for these scholarships.

  • Ernst and Young Scholarship

    • Full-time accounting major or PBA
    • 3.0 overall GPA 3.2 major GPA 
  • Samuel W.D. Johnston Memorial Scholarship

    • Full-time accounting major 
    • 3.0 overall GPA 3.2 major GPA 
  •  Dulin Ward & Dewald Scholarship

    • Full-time accounting major or PBA
    • 3.0 overall GPA 3.2 major GPA 
  • BKD Scholarship

    • Full-time accounting major or PBA
    • 3.0 overall GPA 3.2 major GPA 
  • D.A. Stonebarger Scholarship

    • Full-time business major
    • Junior or senior class standing
  • DSB Merit Scholarship

    • Full-time Economics, Finance, Management or Marketing major
    • 3.0 overall GPA
  • Accounting Scholarship

    • Accounting major enrolled in minimum of 6 credit hours
  • Business Education Fund Scholarship

    • Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing student enrolled in minimum of 6 hours
    • A resident of Allen, Adams, Dekalb, Huntington, Noble, Wells, or Whitley counties.
    • Demonstrated financial need (must complete FAFSA)
  • Dean and Myra Stanley Scholarship

    • Part-time or full-time business major
    • Junior or senior class standing
    • 3.0 overall GPA
    • Evidence of leadership
    • US Citizenship
    • Demonstrated financial need (must complete FAFSA)
  • Waterfield Mortgage Scholarship

    • Finance majors
    • 2.5 overall GPA
    • Demonstrated financial need
  • John P. Manzer Memorial Scholarship

    • Economics major
    • Demonstrated financial need

Additional Resources:

  • The IPFW Financial Aid Office helps students gain access to grants, scholarships, loans and part-time university employment.

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