Graduate Assistantships, Scholarships, and Financial Aid
In support of academic excellence, both The University of Akron and the College of Business Administration offer a wide variety of scholarships and other opportunities to help students in their educational pursuits. These scholarships are provided by corporations, foundations, professional organizations, faculty, alumni and other individuals.
Students admitted to a CBA degree program may be eligible for a Graduate Assistantship. A graduate assistant position is an arrangement in which a full-time graduate student works as a computer lab assistant, instructional support assistant, or research assistant (very few research assistantships are awarded). In return, the graduate assistant is awarded a stipend and tuition benefits. Go to the Graduate Assistants page for additional information and eligibility, or review a Fact Sheet (pdf).
Complete a Graduate Assistantship application.
Federal Work Study Program
Federal College Work Study funding is available to Graduate Students. You should file a FAFSA form and check with The University of Akron Student Financial Aid Office for more information www.uakron.edu/finaid or look up eligibility information at http://www.uakron.edu/finaid/work-study.dot.
College of Business Administration Scholarships
Each year, the College of Business Administration awards more than 100 graduate and undergraduate scholarships to both current CBA students and incoming freshmen.
The University of Akron offers scholarships specifically for CBA majors. Learn about the awards that are available.
Learn about the many sources of financial aid and work-study opportunities available to all UA students through the University's Office of Student Financial Aid.