Endowed Scholarships

The Carey Business School offers a number of institutional and endowed scholarships to students each year. These scholarships are primarily merit-based; however, many include a priority for financial need. The average scholarship amount awarded for 2015-2016 was $2,000. The review of applications will occur in August with notification to the students in early September. 

In some cases, returning students meeting the academic criteria may receive funding first. Interested students should complete the Carey Business School Endowed Scholarship Application by June 15, in addition to the FAFSA. Students in part-time programs will also need to complete the Supplemental Information Form.

  • School-wide Scholarships 
  • Undergraduate Scholarships
  • Real Estate Program Scholarships

School-wide Scholarships

BGE Scholarship
Established in 1998 with a generous gift from the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company, this fund supports students with demonstrated financial need.

Bloomberg Scholars Program
An alumnus of the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering and former chairman of the Johns Hopkins University Board of Trustees, the Honorable Michael Bloomberg, former mayor of New York City, established the Bloomberg Scholars Program in 1995 to provide financial support to students with outstanding academic ability and potential.

Carey Business School Scholarship
Established in 1986 by the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School with gifts from the annual fund, this scholarship provides support for students with demonstrated financial need.

Charles T. and G. Audrey Carter, Jr. Scholarship
Established in 1998 by G. Audrey Carter and business alumnus Charles T. Carter, '81, this scholarship supports students of the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.

Howard E. Cooper, Jr. Memorial Scholarship
Mary Cooper Evans established this fund in 1985 in honor of Dr. Howard E. Cooper, Jr., professor emeritus and former associate dean of McCoy College, who taught at Johns Hopkins from 1928 until his retirement in 1964. This fund supports students majoring in business.

Dean's Alumni Advisory Board Scholarship
Established in 2009 by the members of the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School's Dean's Alumni Advisory Board, this merit-based scholarship is awarded to an outstanding graduate student in business.

William C. Dulin Scholarship
This merit scholarship was established in 1987 to honor Dr. William Carter Dulin, former professor of management at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. Dr. Dulin was a member of the task force charged with developing the School's first graduate business degree program applicable to the private, public, and nonprofit sectors. The scholarship supports outstanding students studying business management.

Dr. Frederick H. Glade, Jr. Scholarship
The Dr. Frederick H. Glade Jr. Scholarship was established by family in 1991 to honor Dr. Glade, who directed the School's former Division of Business and Management from 1969 to 1979. This scholarship provides assistance to graduate students majoring in business or management.

James G. Green Memorial Scholarship
The James G. Green Memorial Scholarship was established in 2004 by the Green Contracting Company as well as family and friends in honor of the late James G. Green. This merit scholarship supports students in the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School who are employed full time.

John and Dolores Hunter Family Scholarship
The John and Dolores Hunter Family Scholarship was established in 2014 by John and Dolores Hunter to provide financial assistance for students enrolled at the Carey Business School. Preference is given for an outstanding student with financial need who possesses a highly demonstrated commitment to mentorship of culturally diverse individuals in their professional or volunteer activities.

Alfred D. Johnson Jr. and Marta D.V. Johnson Scholarship
This fund was established in 2014 by Alfred and Marta Johnson, to support students at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School with financial need.

Dong H. Lee Scholarship
The Dong H. Lee Scholarship was established in 2014 in memory of Dong H. Lee, MS Finance '05, by his colleagues at WallachBeth Capital.

Linda C. Mistler Scholarship
This fund was established in 1998 by Linda C. Mistler, '88, to support students at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.

Helen M. And E. Magruder Passano, Jr. Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1997 by Baltimore civic leaders and Johns Hopkins alumni, Helen M. Passano, '78 and E. Magruder "Mac" Passano, '67, '69, to provide support to students in the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.

John B. Schneeman, Jr. Scholarship
Established in 1986 by the estate of John B. Schneeman, this scholarship provides assistance to students at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.

The Elinor and E. William Scriba Scholarship
The Elinor and E. William Scriba Scholarship was established in 1995 by Elinor and Bill Scriba, '57. This fund provides support for students at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.

William H. Thomson Scholarship
This merit scholarship was established by Dorothy S. Thomson in memory of her husband, William H. Thomson. This fund provides support to outstanding students.

Zarsy Scholarship
This scholarship for US Citizens or permanent residents was established for students with financial need.

Undergraduate Scholarships

Isaac and Fannie Fox Scholarship
The Isaac and Fannie Fox Scholarship was established in 1998 by Lillian Bernice Fox, '61 in memory of her parents. This fund supports undergraduate students at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.

Lillian Bernice Fox Scholarship
Established in 1997 by Lillian Bernice Fox, '61, this fund supports undergraduate students at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.

Janice K. and Charles S. Friedman and Gertrude and Edmund Kahn Scholarship
Providing support for undergraduate students, this fund was established by the late Janice K. Friedman, '37, in memory of her husband, Charles S. Friedman, and her parents, Gertrude and Edmund Kahn.

Joseph and Norbert Grunwald Scholarship
The Joseph and Norbert Grunwald Scholarship was established in 1997 by Norbert Grunwald, '49, retired director of the Gruntal Financial Corporation, in memory of his brother Dr. Joseph Grunwald, '43. Until his death in 1997, Dr. Joseph Grunwald served for many years at the Brookings Institution and as president of the Institute of the Americas. This fund supports undergraduate students at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.

Real Estate Program Scholarships

AFIRE Scholarship
The Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate established this fund in 2004 to create a merit scholarship to support students in the Edward St. John Real Estate Program and promote the study of international real estate.

Allan L. Berman Real Estate Institute Class of 1993 Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1998 by members of the Allan L. Berman Real Estate Institute (now the Edward St. John Real Estate Program) class of 1993 for students in the Edward St. John Real Estate Program.

Benjamin Edward Carroll Memorial Scholarship
Established in 2004 by Priscilla Carroll in honor of her father, the late Benjamin Edward Carroll, this merit-based scholarship was created to support an outstanding student in the Edward St. John Real Estate Program.

Cochran, Stephenson & Donkervoet Scholarship
Established in 2000 by the Cochran, Stephenson & Donkervoet Inc. Architectural Firm, this fund supports students pursuing the Master of Science in Real Estate in the Edward St. John Real Estate Program, with an interest in the senior housing field.

Aaron and Fannye Cohen Scholarship
David Cohen, former chairman of the Real Estate Advisory Board, and his wife Susan established the Aaron and Fannye Cohen Scholarship in 2000 in honor of their parents. This fund supports students in the Edward St. John Real Estate Program with demonstrated financial need.

Paul Lee Cordish Scholarship
John P. Kyle, former chairman of the School's Real Estate Advisory Board, established this scholarship in 1998 in honor of his mentor and Johns Hopkins graduate, Paul Lee Cordish. The fund supports a student in the Edward St. John Real Estate Program.

CoreNet Global Mid-Atlantic Chapter Scholarship
This fund was established in 1998 by NACORE, the International Association of Corporate Real Estate Executives, to support students in the Edward St. John Real Estate Program. The scholarship recipient will be asked to make a real estate presentation at a meeting of the Baltimore-Washington Chapter and will be invited to attend Chapter meetings as an honorary member during the year of the award.

CREW Maryland Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 2001 by Commercial Real Estate Women, Inc. (CREW), a professional organization for women active in commercial real estate. This fund supports students who live or work in Baltimore or Suburban Maryland with demonstrated financial need who are pursuing a Master of Science in Real Estate. Applicants who exemplify CREW's mission to encourage the advancement of women in the profession and those pursuing a career in commercial real estate will be given priority. The scholarship recipient will be invited to attend Chapter meetings as an honorary member during the year of the award.

Ryan L. Dearborn Scholarship
The Ryan L. Dearborn Scholarship was established in 2014 by Ryan Dearborn, MS in Real Estate '97, to provide financial assistance to students in the Edward St. John Real Estate Program.

M. Shawn Krantz and Joseph D. Shaw Scholarship
Established in 2004 by M. Shawn Krantz and Joseph D. Shaw, this fund supports a student in the Edward St. John Real Estate Program who has excelled in the study of the field of income-producing real estate finance and/or real estate investments. The scholarship is based on merit with a priority to applicants who demonstrate financial need.

Maryland Chapter of the Appraisal Institute Scholarship
The Maryland Chapter of the Appraisal Institute established this fund in 2004 to support students in the Edward St. John Real Estate Program and promote the study of valuation in Real Estate. This scholarship is based on merit.

Opus Scholarship for the Advanced Study of Real Estate
This scholarship was established in 2004 by Opus East LLP and received additional support from the Opus Foundation. This fund supports students studying real estate development in the Edward St. John Real Estate Program. This scholarship is based on merit.

Claudia F. Pleasants Scholarship
Established in 1997 by Claudia F. Pleasants, '95, this fund provides support for an outstanding student in the Edward St. John Real Estate Program. This scholarship is based on merit.

Willard G. Rouse III Scholarship
The Willard G. Rouse III Scholarship was established in 2004 by Clayton Emory, past chair of the School's Real Estate Advisory Board, in honor of the late Mr. Willard G. Rouse III, a Baltimore native and visionary real estate developer. This fund supports an outstanding student in the Edward St. John Real Estate Program. This scholarship is based on merit.

G. Edward Todd Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1998 by James W. Todd in honor of his father, G. Edward Todd, '33. This fund supports an outstanding student in the Edward St. John Real Estate Program. This scholarship is based on merit.