Thanks to the generosity of alumni, individuals and companies, the VCU School of Business offers more than $100,000 in scholarship funding to freshmen entering the School of Business.
Incoming fall semester freshmen are automatically considered for School of Business scholarships based on information submitted as part of the admissions application as long as their application and all required materials are submitted by November 1. No additional application is required.
Most students offered scholarships from the School of Business possess a 3.75 or higher GPA in a strong college preparatory curriculum and combined Critical Reading and Math SAT scores of greater than 1200.
Additional scholarship opportunities are available from VCU and external organizations.
The Student Financial Management Center can connect you with federal, state, university and private resources that help make college affordable. We encourage all applicants to submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the priority filing deadline of February 1 for financial aid consideration.
Virginia Credit Union Financial Success Center
Research shows that college graduates earn over $1 million more in median lifetime earnings than high school graduates, and we want to support your investment. The new Virginia Credit Union Financial Success Center at VCU is dedicated to helping our community achieve financial success by increasing the prominence of financial instruction, research, programming and monitoring.
The Financial Success Center provides free personal and professional financial education, including assistance and counseling on budgeting, saving, credit, student loan repayment and more. It supports all aspects of financial success through solutions, education and research-oriented financial programs that help individuals reduce debt, build savings and increase financial confidence. Peer-to-peer programs like The Money Spot help with free, expert financial advice — because who understands the day-to-day challenges of students better than students themselves.