CSB/SJU Global Business Leadership/Management students receive scholarships from a number of sources.
Based on the criteria, the following are endowed scholarships specifically for sophomore and junior CSB/SJU Global Business Leadership/Management majors. Students will be notified in the spring of each year when the application process begins.
A committee of Global Business Leadership/Management faculty reviews the applications and chooses the recipients based on the criteria of each scholarship.
Clarence and Julia Scherer Scholarship
Established in 1981 to recognize management majors for scholarship, participation in extracurricular/campus activities, and financial need.
Daniel L. Schwartz Memorial Scholarship
Created by friends of Daniel Schwartz, class of 1985, a senior management major from Burnsville who was killed in an accident five days before his graduation.
Elizabeth Quinlan Scholarship
Established in 1976 by Ms. Quinlan who was a pioneer among women in business and management. Ms. Quinlan founded the Young Quinlan Stores in Minneapolis in 1894, one of the first stores in the United States to specialize in women's ready-to-wear clothing.
Mary Weinzierl Endowed Scholarship
A scholarship awarded to a College of St. Benedict student who is determined, driven, highly motivated to succeed, and an individual who takes risks and works hard to accomplish her goals.
Rothstein Family Scholarship
A scholarship created by the Rothstein family out of the love they have for the College of Saint Benedict. They appreciate that it is private, small, and personal which allowed their daughters to blossom through the experience of attending. This scholarship is awarded to College of Saint Benedict students who have a minimum GPA of 3.0, and major in business.
Charles E. Merrill Scholarship
Established to reward students for academic excellence
Buzz and Vicki Benson Family Scholarship
- This scholarship is to be awarded to Global Business Leadership/Management or Economics majors who have "enrolled in a concentration in entrepreneurial studies, like the E-Scholars Program." The awards are also based on the "recommendation of the head of the department" and are to be awarded to students entering their junior year.