Buller Entrepreneur Scholarship


Full Tuition – 1 Available (Year 1)

This one-time scholarship is available to new students entering a Bachelor of Arts program majoring in Business Administration or entering the Bachelor of Business Administration program. Students applying for this scholarship must show potential in both Business Administration, academic studies and co-curricular activities.

In order to receive the above scholarship, students must meet the following criteria/requirements. When the criteria are met, the recipient will receive reimbursement for tuition each semester. This does not include student fees. Disbursement will take place within 4 weeks after semester start date. A reduction of credit hours (less than 12) within the semester in which the scholarship is received, will result in forfeit of the scholarship amount for the
respective semester.

  • Applicant must meet criteria for enrollment.
  • Applicant must be enrolled in a University College degree program majoring in Business Administration or in the Bachelor of Business Administration program.
  • Applicant must maintain an acceptable Accumulated Grade Point Average (AGPA) of 2.5.
  • Applicant must be enrolled in no less than 24 credit hours over the fall and winter semesters.

This application will be considered only after a formal application to Providence University College has been received. As part of the formal application process, you must have your high school send an official transcript covering all your high school studies within one semester of completion.

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