Maguire Business Scholars Program
The Maguire Business Scholars Program is a last-dollar scholarship program for students who major in the Risk, Insurance, and Healthcare Management degree program. This prestigious award is made possible by the Maguire Foundation who is committed to improving the quality of life for people through investing in education to improve opportunities for youth and believes that education builds a solid foundation for success. Maguire Scholars are encouraged to give back to society through good works and community service.
To be eligible for consideration, candidates must meet the following criteria:
- Demonstrated financial need, determined though a completed FAFSA form.
- Be in good academic standing as determined by the University.
- Pursuing a major (or double major) in Risk Management and Insurance.
- Be a member and active participant in the Fox School’s Sigma Chapter of Gamma Iota Sigma.
- Preference shall be given to students from a Maguire High School Partner and students who were Maguire High School Scholars.
- The Maguire Foundation Scholarships is renewable based on the student maintaining the above criteria throughout their enrollment at the Fox School. Maguire Scholars are encouraged to follow the Foundation’s “6 Steps to Success”:
- Show up every day. Set goals and have dreams. Success is a marathon.
- Be passionate and positive about your dream. If you don’t love it, you’ll never make it.
- Be a high achiever. In business or in school, that means being professional and being a leader. You and you alone know if you’re giving a full measure of your effort.
- To be successful, you have to stay fit physically and mentally, stay positive, stay motivated.
- The most important of my principles: surround yourself with winners in business and personal life.
- Balance your life. Give an equal measure of time and attention to: Family, Business, Fitness, Spiritual Life.
Click here to apply. Application will only be viewable during the application period, which will be announced at a later date.
Fox School Ethics and Social Responsibility Scholarship
Provides $5,000 scholarship to a student in good standing who is enrolled in one of the following programs: Online MBA, Professional (part-time) MBA, Executive MBA, Global MBA, Masters of Science in Digital Innovation Marketing, Masters of Science in Human Resource Management, or the Online BBA program.
The scholarship will be awarded to a student who has made a significant contribution in the fields of business ethics and corporate social responsibility. The contribution can be part of academic requirements, part of the student’s internship or employment experience, or in the student’s role in a professional organization (student, work, or community) or any such contribution in the areas of business ethics and corporate social responsibility as deemed significant to the Faculty.
Requirements: To apply, students must submit the following:
- A resume,
- A 500-1,000 word essay that explains why the student is deserving of the award, and
- A letter of recommendation from a person inside or outside the university.
Fox School Ethics Award
Provides $1,000 to a Fox School graduate or undergraduate student in good standing who is enrolled and who actively promotes sustainability and/or ethics in business (e.g., bringing in speakers or career connections, working with the Office of Sustainability, experiential learning).
Submission of an essay that explains why the student is deserving of the award.
Fox School Community Good Neighbor Award
Provides $1,000 to an academically qualified Fox School graduate or undergraduate student in good standing who is enrolled and who demonstrates exemplary volunteer work/community service
Submission of an essay that explains why the student is deserving of the award.
Fox Social Entrepreneurship Multimedia Scholarship
Scholarship – Tuition
This $2,000 award is for a BBA student in good standing who is enrolled and who has developed a multimedia project showcasing a local social entrepreneur. The student will combine audio from an on-site interview with photographs/video to create a short (3-5 minute) documentary communicating the ways in which the local entrepreneur has created a socially and environmentally responsible business.
- The student applicant must gain permission to document the business, to record an interview with its originator and give permission to Fox to use the final product on a website and/or social media
- The final product must be within the time constraints (3-5 minutes) and contain edited multimedia.
- The final product must convey information about how the business serves both people (employees, customers, local community members), and planet (sustainability features).
River Ward Scholarship
Scholarship – Tuition
Two – $5000 scholarships will be awarded to incoming or current Fox School of Business or Sport, Tourism, and Hospitality Management undergraduate students who grew up in the River Ward district (Port Richmond, Bridesburg, Kensington, and Fishtown) and deemed eligible by the Fox School CAFSBM committee & approved by the River Ward Board of Directors. Scholarships are renewable for up to 4 years if the student maintains a 3.0 CGPA or better.
Valid driver’s license or current utility bill w/ name & address
Name & address of the legacy contact, Relationship to the legacy contact, Reference name & contact number that knows the Applicant’s Legacy Relationship
Fox School Awards Competition
- Students with financial need must complete their FAFSA details and select Temple as the school to send the details, no later than February 28, 2020.
- If you do not complete the FAFSA in time, you will not be submitted for consideration of any scholarship where “financial need” is required.
- You must complete the General Application and hit submit. Then begin to apply to the opportunities by going to where there is a green arrow, mouse over “opportunities” and then click on “All”. Read the description under each opportunity’s requirements and apply to those for which you qualify. Many scholarships/awards ask for essays or other pertinent information as described within the opportunity and you will not advance until you complete these requirements.
- After all the applications have been reviewed, and if you are offered a scholarship/award, you may receive an email from Academic Works requiring you to upload a thank you note to the donors. If you do not upload a thank you, SFS will not be able to apply the scholarship dollars to your tuition invoice.
The CAFSBM applications will open up (2/3) and close 2/28. Winners will be notified in late March.
Supplemental Academic Scholarships (SAS)
The Supplemental Academic Scholarships are a group of Temple University-administrated scholarships awarded annually thanks to the generous support of donors.
Diamond Research Scholars Program
The Diamond Research Scholars Program offers a seven-month long funded research experience under the direction of a faculty mentor. Participants receive a summer stipend of $2,750 and tuition remission for up to three hours of research or independent study in the fall for their research or creative arts project.
The 2018 Program application opens in December
AMP International Research Scholars Program
The Temple AMP International Research Scholarship provides undergraduate students a stipend of $5,000 in support of international STEM research projects undertaken with the supervision of a faculty mentor during the summer. To be eligible, students must be underrepresented minority STEM majors, US citizens or permanent residents, enrolled full-time at the time of application and at Temple Main Campus for the fall semester following the research experience and propose to conduct STEM research in an international location for a minimum of four (4) weeks. The scholarships are competitive and limited to eight (8) awards.
Diamond Peer Teachers Program
For fall semester – The Diamond Peer Teachers Program provides upper-level undergraduates at Temple University the opportunity to experience the challenges and rewards of college-level teaching, to work with faculty mentors to develop their own pedagogical skills, and to provide supplemental instruction in lower-level and GenEd courses. Peer Teachers earn a semester stipend of $2,250 and tuition remission for one internship credit.
Fall 2019 application is now open with a deadline of March 1
Creative Arts, Research, And Scholarship (CARAS) Program
For summer and fall projects – The Creative Arts, Research And Scholarship (CARAS) Program provides funding to encourage and support undergraduate and professional students engaged in scholarly, creative, and research projects that contribute to advancing their field of study. Two types of grants are made through the CARAS program: Research/Creative Project Grants provide undergraduate and professional students up to $3,000 in support of scholarly, research or creative arts projects undertaken with the supervision of a faculty mentor. Travel Grants provide up to $1000 for undergraduate travel to present research or creative work or travel to conduct on-site research.
Non-Temple Scholarship Opportunities
- Black Student Fund
- College Board
- College Scholarships
- College Scholarship and Online Degrees
- Free Scholarship Search
- Gates Millenium Scholars
- National Data Base of Scholarships
- The Scholarship Page
- Traffic Club of Philadelphia
- U.S. Department of Education
Visit Student Financial Services for additional opportunities.
Study Abroad Scholarship Resources
MarcDavid LGBTQIA Scholarship Award
Applications are now available for the MarcDavid LGBTQIA Scholarship Award.
This scholarship award is given to an undergraduate TU student who is active in the LGBTQIA community. This activity can be inside or outside of the Temple community. The student who is awarded this scholarship will receive it for each semester they are a full time undergraduate student at Temple.
We are no longer accepting applicants for this award. Applications will open up next spring.
William (Bill) Bergman Award
Applications are available for the William (Bill) Bergman Award. This scholarship award is presented to a Temple University Student in good academic standing who demonstrates University leadership as well as service to the broader community. Preference shall be given to students with financial need who are from a Philadelphia High School.
The Diamond Award is the highest recognition by Student Affairs given to a Temple University undergraduate student. This recognition is based on a holistic evaluation of the student’s accomplishments. The Award is reserved for those who have demonstrated superior leadership, academic achievement, service to the University, and impact on a community (local, regional, or global). Through their leadership, it is clear that they are set apart from others as especially deserving of this unique honor. Award recipients are recognized at the Annual Diamond Award Ceremony.