You may apply online to RIT using this online application.
The RIT Financial Aid Office has many resources for financial aid and other scholarship information for incoming and current students.
Each year many generous alumni and corporate donors contribute funds to dozens of Saunders College of Business merit awards. These donations enable the Saunders College to distribute merit awards to E. Philip Saunders College of Business students who have demonstrated strong leadership abilities and who have excelled within their academic programs.
If you are a Saunders College of Business student and if you meet the criteria below, you are strongly encouraged to complete an application for a Saunders College of Business merit scholarship award. Awards are typically between $500 and $2,000 and will be distributed during the 2013-2014 academic year.
The M&T Bank Scholars Program provides a scholarship for one community-college transfer entering the E. Philip Saunders College of Business as a full-time student.
The key elements of this program are funding in the form of a scholarship and a mentoring program that provides assistance with career decision-making and planning.
To be considered for this outstanding opportunity, a candidate must be a minority student residing in Monroe County with a sincere interest in the financial services industry, who has been accepted as a community-college transfer to the E. Philip Saunders College of Business as a full-time student. Candidates should also have excellent academic records with demonstrated leadership through school or community involvement.
This program is an excellent way for the right student to gain mentoring support as well as an opportunity to earn financial assistance for the bachelor's education.
Apply here for the M&T Bank Scholars Program. Applications are due by May 1 for Fall enrollment. Late applicants will be considered if funds are available. Please contact Melissa Russell at firstname.lastname@example.org to check on funding availabilty.
Transfer students who have completed an Associates degree from a two-year school who is a member of NYSTAA may qualify. Students also need a GPA of 3.0 or above, and plan to attend a four-year school who is a member of NYSTAA. RIT's Saunders College of Business is a member of NYSTAA. Check the NYSTAA Web site for more information. Applications are typically due prior to March 1.
If you have any questions concerning the above criteria, or questions regarding the application, please contact Peter Rosenthal by email.
StreamlineRefinance.net provides a $1,000 annual scholarship for finance and other students. Details, requirements, and the scholarship application can be found on the StreamlineRefinance.net site.