Contingent upon satisfactory performance and academic progress, all MEM students are eligible for need-based financial aid. To be considered for financial aid, prospective students must request financial aid while submitting their application. In addition, the Conrades Fellowship is available to select students with demonstrated leadership potential as judged by a faculty review.
The George C. A. "Gus" Conrades '90 Distinguished Fellowship
The Conrades Distinguished Fellowship provides assistance, based on financial need, to students with leadership potential. Conrades Fellows work collectively and with a faculty mentor on an entrepreneurial project approved by the MEM program director and Dean that culminates in a report or presentation and/or business plan for the year. This competitive fellowship provides students with a deeper understanding of team process and leadership.
For more information, contact Geoffrey G. Parker, director of the MEM program.