The Risk Management, Insurance, & Financial Services and Actuarial Science program awards more than $100,000 in scholarships each year to worthy RMI/AS students of outstanding merit. Students who specialize in Personal Wealth Management or other business-disciplines may also meet the curriculum requirements to qualify.
The following RMI/AS Endowed Scholarship Funds have been established to provide awards to Culverhouse students.
January 15, 2021 for high school seniors (incoming freshmen) entering in Fall of 2021.
March 1, 2021 for continuing students and all new transfer students (including graduate students).
Scholarship applications are for scholarships for the upcoming academic year (for example, the application due on March 1, 2021 (January 15, 2021 for incoming freshmen) is for scholarships for Fall and Spring of the 2021-2022 academic year). That is, you submit your application in the semester prior to when you will receive them (note that scholarships available through the application are not awarded in the Summer).
Please apply! Everyone is eligible for scholarships so everyone should apply.
Our committee uses the campus-wide scholarship application for undergraduate scholarships for all currently-enrolled students. Once an application has been submitted, you will not be able to view it again. Please make sure to write down any information you need prior to submitting. Also, double check that you submitted it correctly; often, students think that they have completed the application but they have not properly submitted them. You can check with us if you would like our help in determining whether you properly submitted your application.
Currently enrolled students, who are seeking scholarship assistance, should log on to MyBama, click the Academics tab, then look in the center column for the Scholarships box.
For incoming Freshmen and Transfer students, please use THIS LINK for scholarship details.
Our scholarship committee meets shortly after the March 1st deadline to evaluate all of the undergraduate and graduate applications. Scholarships are then assigned based on a variety of factors.
Qualifications to be considered for a scholarship include, but are not limited to:
Other factors affecting your application include:
Note that you have the opportunity to provide additional details about financial need or other special circumstances on the application.
*Students with exceptional potential may receive a scholarship as early as the second semester of their sophomore year. **Actuarial Science students must establish a plan with their advisor for completing an actuarial exam.
If you are awarded a departmental scholarship, the department will send an Adobe Sign letter to your UA email address along with a hard copy to your permanent address. The letter will contain instructions on how to accept your award(s). Please submit all requested items to the Accounting department.
After the department has received the signed acceptance letter, funds will be allocated to the student’s account. This normally takes place in mid-July for the upcoming Fall semester and late-December for the upcoming Spring semester.
The department will send an Adobe Sign letter to your UA email address along with a hard copy to your permanent address.
No later than May 15th.
Yes! Everyone should apply, as scholarships are awarded based on many factors.
Award amounts vary based on the scholarship in question. Typical awards range from $1,000 to $2,500 per semester.
Please be thorough when filling out your application. Set aside at least 30 minutes to complete it. List any achievements or interests that you believe help set you apart from the other applications. When in doubt, add more information, not less.
These are personal circumstances that are outside of your control and have, or likely have had, a significant impact on your academic performance. These challenges could be physical, emotional, or financial. Whether you have overcome these situations or are still currently dealing with them, they are still noteworthy to your personal growth while in school.
For questions concerning scholarship, please contact the RMI/AS Program Coordinator at (205) 348-4611