Department of Marketing Scholarship Opportunities

Department of Marketing Scholarship Opportunities

A major in marketing at Florida Atlantic University prepares students for a wide range of careers, across all types of organizations, around the world. Course material is kept up-to-date and focuses on how marketing theory is applicable to real-world current events. Faculty members maintain strong ties with community members and business partners, and they have international education and research experience, which adds a global perspective. To read more about the Major in Marketing at FAU and all it has to offer, please click here.

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Allen E. Smith Memorial Fund

The Allen E. Smith Memorial Fund provides an annual financial award to the winner of the Undergraduate Researcher of the Year for the College of Business. The award honors long-time Marketing professor Allen E. Smith, who was passionate about the benefits of undergraduate research participation and mentored many students in ground-breaking research projects. Students apply or are nominated by faculty for the award each spring.

Bernard & Molly Kozel Scholarship

The award is given to a student enrolled in the College of Business who is interested in marketing. Preference is given to female students.

Minto Communications Scholarship

Established in 2006 by Minto Communities, Inc. to annually provide scholarships to part time or full time students enrolled in marketing.

The recipient of this scholarship shall be determined in accordance with the following criteria:

Minimum 3.0 or above GPA to be eligible

  • Florida resident
  • Junior or Senior status
  • Verifiable financial aid

Zimmerman Scholarship Fund

Awarded to marketing students that meet this criteria:

  • GPA of 3.25 or above
  • Must demonstrate leadership qualities through service
  • Expected to demonstrate excellence in attendance and provide letter of recommendation from FAU faculty indicating excellent class attendance