The College of Business and Technology offers several college-specific scholarships and awards. We take great pride in our scholars and look forward to awarding these amazing opportunities to our student scholars, faculty researchers, and leaders.
Thank you to the donors who have made these awards available to the next generation of business and technology leaders.
Current CBT Scholarships
- CBT Tuition Merit Awards
- CBT Student Council's Outstanding Leadership Award: awarded to students who have exceptional leadership within the College.
- Andrew Mihopoulos Memorial Scholarship
- Andrew C. Shayo-Mushi Scholarship
- Elaine Helman Award: awarded to a female CBT student with a 4.0 GPA and an interest in women's studies.
- Dr. Allen N. Shub Scholarship
- Dr. Durward Hofler Scholarship
- Peter W. Stonebraker Faculty Research Award: awarded to faculty with published research.
- Chuck Kane Scholarship for CBT
- Dr. Mohammad Mossadegh Servant Leadership Scholarship
- Society for Information Management - Chicago Scholarship
The University Foundation provides additional scholarships that you may qualify for beyond your CBT affiliation. Find more scholarship dollars through the NEIU Foundation. In addition, there are several Graduate Dean’s Research and Creative Activities Assistantships available to conduct a research or creative activity project with an NEIU faculty member.
Please note that most scholarships are awarded in the fall semester with the exception of a few biannual awards or new scholarships.
Support the business and technology leaders of tomorrow
With a gift to CBT, you join alumni, employees, and friends in breaking barriers for the leaders of tomorrow. Your gift establishes a legacy that drives progress in global business and technology education. Join the CBT giving network and become part of a donor community that is critical in creating lasting value for students, faculty, and alumni.
Drive progress by funding:
- our greatest and current needs with the CBT Fund,
- scholarship creation or endowment support with the awards listed above or create your own,
- or volunteering pro-bono strategy, planning, and advisory services,
- programming and building enhancement funds, and BIG Center innovations.
In addition, student referrals for employment and/or paid internship sites, person-to-person network shares, and classroom speaking engagements strengthen our educational experience and prestige.
Do you have questions about giving to the College? Contact Executive Director of Adult Education, Advancement, and Business Innovation Jessica Mueller at email@example.com.