Scholarships and grants – money that does not have to be repaid – are naturally the most sought-after type of financial assistance when attending college.

Upon applying to Elon as an entering student, the Office of Financial Aid offers:

Scholarships & Grants in the Love School of Business

Endowed Scholarships

Students already enrolled at Elon as a declared business major will receive endowed scholarship application information via email in mid-February. The Love School of Business offers a wide variety of endowed scholarships funded by generous donors. These endowed scholarships are available to Love School of Business students each year. The highly competitive application process begins in February and applications are due in March. Scholarship recipients are notified in April, with their scholarship to be applied to their Elon account during the following academic year. For further questions, please contact Shannon Kimball at

Major-specific Scholarships & Grants


Finding scholarships outside of Elon

Finding scholarships should be a yearly search. Foundations, service clubs, churches, and corporations give away millions of dollars of scholarships each year to worthy students. Many Elon students receive these types of scholarships in addition to financial aid in the form of loans that need to be repaid. Students must seek these scholarships on their own.

If you are unsure where to look for outside scholarships and grants, the following scholarship search engines can help you get started:

  • This free scholarship search service maintains a database of over 3.7 million college scholarship opportunities. Filling out a questionnaire profile will determine your eligibility for scholarships. You’ll then receive a customized list of scholarships for which you are qualified.
  • Fast Web Scholarship Search: This free scholarship search site uses a matching algorithm to filter and match scholarships to a student’s profile. This search service maintains a database of more than 1.5 million college scholarship opportunities and will email when a new match scholarship is available.
  • College Board’s Big Future Scholarship Search: This free database lists scholarships and other types of financial aid programs from 6,000 national, state, public and private sources, and is updated annually.

We also recommend reviewing the Federal Trade Commission’s advice on how to avoid scholarship scams.