The Department of Finance Business Law offers several scholarships and awards to sophomores, juniors and seniors majoring in Finance and Quantitative Finance.  Below is a list of the FIN and QFIN scholarships and awards. 

Finance Students
Pay-It-Forward Scholarship

Department of Finance and Business Law is proudly announcing a new scholarship called “Pay-It-Forward” scholarship. The scholarship is sponsored by Department of Finance and Business Law Executive Advisory Council (EAC), and is open to both sophomores and juniors in the Finance and Quantitative Finance majors.

Joseph T. Kosnik Memorial Scholarship

An endowed scholarship established in memory of finance professor Dr. Joseph T. Kosnik. One junior student is selected each year by department faculty based on academic performance. 

A.J. ('92) & Beth Fischer Scholarship Endowment in Finance for the College of BUsiness

An endowed scholarship established with a gift by A-J and Beth Fischer to provide the financial resources to establish and support the A-J (’92) & Beth Fischer Scholarship Endowment in Finance for the College of Business. One senior student is selected each year by department faculty based on academic performance. 

Phillip H. Maxwell Endowed Scholarship

An endowed scholarship established by Dr. Philip H. Maxwell for Finance. One senior student is selected each year by department faculty based on academic performance.

Outstanding Senior in Finance Award

Annual award to the outstanding senior majoring in Finance.

Quantitative Finance Students
Pay-It-Forward Scholarship

Department of Finance and Business Law is proudly announcing a new scholarship called “Pay-It-Forward” scholarship. The scholarship is sponsored by Department of Finance and Business Law Executive Advisory Council (EAC), and is open to both sophomores and juniors in the Finance and Quantitative Finance majors.

Shelly Wheeler Financial Engineering Scholarship Endowment

An endowed scholarship established by Shelly Wheeler for support of JMU students majoring in Financial Engineering with a minimum of 60 credit hours. One junior student is selected each year by department faculty based on academic performance.

Outstanding Senior in Quantitative Finance Award

Annual award to the outstanding senior majoring in Quantitative Finance.

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