All students are eligible for merit-based scholarships through the department, ranging up to $10,000 per year (based on full-time enrollment).
Additional scholarships are also available through the department for $10,000 and above, including Forte Fellow scholarships and the 10,000 Women Initiative Scholarships from Goldman Sachs. These scholarships are available to qualified students who have been accepted into the program and current students in the Mills MBA program. For application information, please contact MBA Admissions at 510.430.3173 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The application process is handled within the department.
There are many other scholarship opportunities for students to explore. A partial list below should help you start your research. Please note that some scholarships have deadlines, so please start your research early.
Opportunities for international students are displayed in a separate table.
|AICPA Scholarship for Minority Accounting Student
||Prospective and current students of color with an interest in accounting
|Alpha Kappa Alpha Ed Advancement Foundation
||Merit and need-based scholarships. For currently enrolled graduate or undergraduate students
|American Association of University Women (AAUW) Career Development Grants
||Prospective and current graduate female students
|American Association of University Women Selected Professions Fellowship
||Prospective and current graduate female students of color
|Institute for Diversity in Health Management
||Prospective and current graduate students of ethnic minorities
|Chicana/Latina Foundation Scholarships
||Prospective and current graduate or undergraduate students who are Chicana/Latina women
|Government Finance Officers Association (four scholarships)
||Current graduate or undergraduate students interested in state and local government finance
|Financial Women's Association
||Prospective and current graduate or undergraduate women interested in finance or accounting
|George M. Brooker Collegiate Scholarship for Minorities
||Current or prospective graduate students or current undergraduate students of-color who are committed to work in real estate
|Hispanic Scholarship Fund
||Various scholarships for current and prospective Hispanic full-time graduate or undergraduate students
|The LAGRANT Foundation
||Prospective and current graduate full-time students in an ethnic minority group emphasizing in public relations, marketing, or advertising
|National Association of Black Accountants
||Must have current student or professional membership to NABA
|National Black MBA Scholarship
||Currently enrolled full-time graduate students who are African-American
|National Society of Hispanic MBA's
||NSHMBA members. Prospective or current MBA students.
|National Scholastic Achievement Award LULAC
||Prospective and current graduate and undergraduate students who are Hispanic