School of Business and Technology Scholarships
These scholarships are awarded each year through gifts from generous alumni, faculty and staff, friends, and foundations. Additional gifts to these funds allow Marymount to provide more financial assistance to our students. For more information, please contact the Office of Development at 866-239-4279 or email us.
If you are a student looking for financial assistance, please contact Financial Aid.
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Charles Miller MBA Scholarship
The MBA Scholarship was established in honor of Professor Charles Miller as a way to help alleviate the financial burden of attending graduate school for students dedicated to the program. The scholarship is awarded to students in the Master in Business and Technology program.
The Gloria Spinelli Bohan Scholarship
Established in 2012, this scholarship is awarded annually to female graduate students enrolled in Marymount’s MBA program who show promise and excellence in entrepreneurship.
The Donald Lavanty Health Care Management Scholarship
Established in 2012, the Health Care Management Scholarship is awarded to graduate students enrolled in Marymount’s Health Care Management program who exhibit financial need and academic merit.
Jennifer Tino ’94 World Trade Center Memorial Scholarship
Jennifer Tino ’94 was killed in the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. Despite their immense grief, Jen’s family and friends came together to do something very generous after her death. They donated more than $25,000 to endow this scholarship to ensure that Jen’s name would live on at Marymount for generations. This scholarship supports an undergraduate student in the School of Business and Technology each year.
Robert Sigethy Scholarship
This scholarship was founded to honor Dr. Sigethy’s 12 years of service as dean of Marymount’s School of Business and Technology. An anonymous $10,000 challenge donation ensured that more than $35,000 was raised to endow this fund. The first Dr. Robert Sigethy Scholarship was awarded to an undergraduate student in the School of Business and Technology in the fall of 2004.