Additional Marketing Scholarships

E.V. Jones Service Scholar Award

Open to a member of the ISU Delta Omega Chapter of Pi Sigma Epsilon with a 3.5 GPA or higher; $300. The award celebrates salesmanship and helping society. Award winners are determined based on service to the Delta Omega Chapter of Pi Sigma Epsilon and/or service to the community. Marketing department faculty will choose the recipient of this award.

Vern McGinnis American Marketing Association Scholarship

For a junior or senior interested in a Marketing career with at least a 3.0 GPA and an active member of AMA. Other criteria are demonstrated leadership in campus and/or community activities along with commitment to civic engagement through meaningful involvement in community service and civic activities. This award is for $2,000 and is to be given each year.

The William and Nancy Yarger Student Professional Development Award

The William and Nancy Yarger Student Professional Development Award has been established to enhance student professional development by helping to defray the costs of attending a regional or national leadership conference for one or more worthy student leader from a student organization housed within the Department of Marketing.  [To meet the requirements for this award, the recipient(s) must be a student leader planning to attend Illinois State University the next academic year.]  Applicants must be in good academic standing, and be selected to a leadership position in one of the following organizations:  the ISU-American Marketing Association, Delta Omega Chapter of Pi Sigma Epsilon, and/or the Sports Marketing Student Association.

EMBolden Endowed Scholarship for Women in Marketing

The EMBolden Endowed Scholarship for Women in Marketing was established to assist current female Marketing majors who are actively participating in paying for their education while focusing on their studies, as well as participating in campus or community based organizations.  Applicants must be enrolled for at least 12 semester hours during both the fall and spring semesters, demonstrate involvement in school and/or community activities and/or have substantial work history, and be actively engaged in a leadership role on campus.  Beginning in 2020, this annual award increases to $3,000.