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Economics Scholarships

Several scholarships are available to Economic & Finance students including: the Phelps County Bank Scholarship;Economics Alumni Scholarship; Economics Department Freshman Scholarship; Microeconomics Royalty Scholarship for Freshmen; Weiner Endowed-Economics Scholarship; Microeconomics Royalty Scholarship for Economics Majors; Microeconomics Royalty Scholarship for Economics Minors.Contact us for more information.

Maxwell C. Weiner Scholarship in Economics

Maxwell C. Weiner Scholarship in Economics is an endowed scholarship from a bequest made by the family of Mr. Weiner, Economic majors and dual majors may apply for this scholarship.

Phelps County Bank Scholarship

The Phelps County Bank Scholarship was established for Economics majors and/or dual majors who have an outstanding grade point average.Economic majors and dual majors may apply for this scholarship.

Economics Alumni Scholarship

The Economics Alumni Scholarship is given to Economics majors who demonstrate leadership and academic excellence.Money from the scholarship is obtained through the annual phonathon.Economic majors and dual majors may apply for this scholarship.

Economic Royalty Fund Scholarship

The Economic Royality Fund Scholarship is funded through monies, received from the Economics Department textbook.Scholarships are given to both majors and minors.

Scholarship Winners

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