Emeritus Professor Grace Ts'ao receives a check from Associate Dean Wade Thomas in March 2003, reflecting donations by faculty and friends to the Dr. Ignatius J. H. Ts'ao Scholarship Fund for Economics and Business students.
The School of Economics and Business has six endowed scholarship funds dedicated to majors in Accounting, Business Economics or Economics, including:
- School of Economics and Business Endowed Scholarship Fund
- John and Claudia DeMelis "Founders Scholarship in Accounting"*
- John Doherty Scholarship
- Steven Edelstein Scholarship in Honor of Dr. Foster Brown
- Dr. Ignatius J. H. Ts'ao Scholarship
- George F. Ring, Jr and Ellen Smith Ring Scholarship
*restricted to Professional Accounting Majors
Eligibility for awards from these endowed scholarships is based upon academic achievement at SUNY Oneonta, measured in terms of overall grade point average and grade point average in a major offered by the School of Economics and Business.
There is no application process for these scholarships. Eligibility for an award is determined by grade point average and a minimum number of earned semester hours.
Awards are contingent upon enrollment at SUNY Oneonta in a School of Economics and Business major. Awards are renewable based upon continued enrollment and sustained academic performance.
Award & Scholarship Recipients
SUNY Oneonta Scholarships
Freshmen and transfer students majoring in Accounting, Business Economics, and Economics may also be eligible for scholarship awards from other sources.
Freshmen students may be eligible for awards from academic merit-based scholarships, academic merit- and financial need-based scholarships, and other criteria-based scholarships made available by the college.
Transfer students may also be eligible for scholarship awards from other sources. Transfer students entering SUNY Oneonta with an Associates Degree from a two-year college are eligible for transfer scholarships.
Every qualified applicant is automatically screened for scholarships.