College of Engineering Industrial Advisory Board Scholarship
The College of Engineering Industrial Advisory Board Scholarship was established in December 2014 by the College of Engineering Industrial Advisory Board. The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial assistance to undergraduate students majoring in the College of Engineering.
Dr. Jagdish C. Dhawan Memorial Endowed Scholarship
The Dr. Jagdish C. Dhawan Memorial Endowed Scholarship was established for the purpose of providing a tuition scholarship to deserving undergraduate students in the College of Engineering. Faculty nominated, no application required.
Undergraduate students may appeal any final course grade that the student believes to be in significant violation of clearly established written policies, a result of improper procedures or discriminatory. Before initiating a formal grade appeal, the student must consult with the instructor assigning the grade and present evidence why the student believes the grade to be in error. If this does not lead to resolution, the student may initiate, in writing, a formal grade appeal. To be considered, the written appeal must be submitted no later than the deadline for the removal of incompletes, as noted in the . However, it may be in the student’s best interest to appeal earlier than this deadline if his/her academic progress is dependent on the outcome of the appeal. In addition, the student should consult with the college or school offering the course for which the grade is being appealed to determine if other requirements for the written appeal are in force.
Upon recommendation to the Senate of the Academic Council by the faculty of the relevant departments or schools and the Committee on Undergraduate Standards and Policy, degrees are awarded four times each year, at the conclusion of Autumn, Winter, Spring, and Summer quarters. All diplomas, however, are prepared and distributed after degree conferral in accordance to the distribution dates listed on the web site.
Students who wish to terminate their study as undergraduates (e.g., for transfer to another institution) should submit a properly endorsed to the office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, via the office of Undergraduate Advising and Research (UAR), Sweet Hall. In this instance, applications for reinstatement through the Request to Return and Register in Undergraduate Study are not appropriate. Any student wishing then to return to undergraduate study at Stanford is required to apply as a transfer student through the Office of Undergraduate Admission, and such re-admission is not guaranteed.
Students must apply for conferral of an undergraduate or graduate degree by filing an Application to Graduate through Axess by the deadline for each term. The deadlines are published in the . A separate application must be filed for each degree program and for each conferral term.
New Horizons Credit Union Undergraduate Scholarship
The New Horizons Credit Union Undergraduate Scholarship was established in July 2017 for the purpose of providing a tuition scholarship to a deserving full-time undergraduate student majoring in the Mitchell College of Business. Student must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and have a home residence of one of the following counties: Mobile, Baldwin, Monroe, Clarke, Washington, Escambia counties in Alabama or Escambia, Santa Rosa, and Okaloosa counties in Florida.
Parker Endowed Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 2007 for the purpose of providing financial support to Mitchell College of Business students majoring in Accounting. Scholarship is to be awarded annually to an accounting major with a GPA of 3.00 or above calculated on a 4.0 scale. Student must demonstrate leadership ability in the form of community service or be actively involved in the Accounting Club or Beta Alpha Psi or the equivalent. The student should be classified as a junior, senior or a graduate level student. The student selected must not already have a full scholarship. This scholarship was made possible by donations from Paula Diane Parker in honor of Mr. Wallace Freeman Parker.
Mitchell Scholars Program in the College of Business
This scholarship program was established in 1999, offering an extraordinary opportunity to Alabama students wishing to pursue a degree through the Mitchell College of Business.
The Mitchell Scholars Program allows elite business students to develop to their full potential. Through faculty mentorship and a four-year $50,000 scholarship, that includes a laptop computer, scholars will pursue challenging programs while developing stewardship and civic responsibility. Mitchell Scholars have the opportunity to participate in faculty research projects, culminating in an honors research thesis and creation of a peer-reviewed publication or creative work. Scholar students will be given priority registration so they can maintain progress to their goals.
Mitchell College of Business 50th Anniversary Scholarship
The Mitchell College of Business 50th Anniversary Scholarship was established in July 2017 for the purpose of providing financial assistance to a full-time undergraduate student classified as a junior as of the beginning of the award year. Student must be a declared business major and have a minimum 3.5 GPA.
Luther E. Clements Scholarship in Accounting
The Luther E. Clements Scholarship in Accounting was established in June 2014 by Stephen Clements. The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial assistance to an undergraduate students majoring in Accounting within the Mitchell College of Business. Preference given to students who graduated from a high school in Mobile or Washington Counties in Alabama.
Helen and Robert Sellers Scholarship in Business
This scholarship was established in 2006, in honor of Helen and Robert Sellers, with the purpose of providing financial support to a student majoring in the Mitchell College of Business.