The NBMBAA has established scholarships with several universities, exclusively for NBMBAA members.
Click here for more information: http://damore-mckim.northeastern.edu/grad/fulltime-mba/admissions/scholarships/
In partnership with IBS, the NBMBAA awards the Graduate Merit Scholarship to an outstanding African American student who is either a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident in the United States, and is a member of the NBMBAA in good standing.
McCallum Leadership Scholar awards will be given on behalf of NBMBAA and Bentley University. Candidates cannot be current students of Bentley or the McCallum Graduate School and will be selected based on prior academic achievement, standardized test scores, evidence of leadership qualities and commitment to social responsibility.
The McCallum Leadership Scholar Program will provide:
For additional information, please visit: http://www.bentley.edu/graduate/admission-financial-aid/tuition-financial-aid/scholar-program
This scholarship award covers full-time tuition for one National Black MBA Association student member admitted to the MBA program each fall. Please identify your NBMBAA active membership on your resume and/or in your graduate essay. Eligibility: Cumulative GPA 3.5 preferred; GPA 3.0 minimum with strong recommendations; and, GMAT of 500 minimum. Requirements: Must be fully admitted (no conditions or provisions) to the MBA program. Total award: 18 credit hours for the academic year and up to 6 credit hours in the summer. This is an auto renewable scholarship with good academic standing, up to 2 years. http://www.umaine.edu/business/mba/graduate-programs/
Background to the Thurgood Marshall Scholarship: Awarded to individuals who have been traditionally underrepresented at The University of Maine and whose socioeconomic background, prior academic or work experience, and/or graduate educational interests would bring a unique perspective to the UMaine community.