Need some help paying for college? More than 75 percent of Ball State students receive financial aid. Visit the university's financial aid area for information on how to apply for grants, loans, and other forms of assistance.

The Miller College of Business also has a number of ways to help, including a host of scholarships. And if you’re enrolling in graduate studies, you might qualify for a graduate assistantship or fellowship.

There’s just one scholarship application for all Miller College scholarships. Many of the business scholarships are for any business student. Some, on the other hand, are aimed specifically at students within this department.

For example, information systems students may qualify for the Harold and Anna Marie Bull Scholarship. Business and marketing education majors are eligible for the Herschel and Adaline Eastman Scholarship, the Steven A. Knote Memorial Scholarship, the Ruth R. Loats Scholarship, the Marketing Teacher Education Scholarship, and the Dr. and Mrs. William C. Wayne Scholarship.

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