The College of Business and Economics (CBE) is proud to offer the following scholarships and awards to qualified applicants.

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  • J. Harold and Wynona F. Anderson Scholarship – given by James L. Whitlock to honor his late wife’s parents
  • Suzanne and Suzie Arena Memorial Scholarship – established by Mr. Frank Arena to memorialize his late wife and daughter
  • Jimmy Gayle Atkins Memorial Scholarship – established by Landon G. Atkins in memory of his son
  • BB&T Scholarship – established by a gift from BB&T
  • James Butler, Jr. Scholarship – established by virtue of a gift from Anne DeJarnette Butler, Class of 1964, to honor the memory of her husband
  • John E. Carr III Accounting Scholarship – established by the College of Business and Economics and the Longwood University Foundation honoring Col Carr, who began his career at Longwood in 1966 and served on the Foundation Board from 1967 through 1989
  • Barry J. and Donna P. Case Scholarship – funded by Mr. and Mrs. Case, this scholarship recognizes their significant commitment of time, talent, and resources; Mr. Case served on the Longwood University Board of Visitors as well as the CBE Corporate Advisory Board.
  • Evelyn M. Coleman Scholarship – given by faculty, staff, Boards, and friends to honor Ms. Coleman for her more than 40 years of dedicated service to Longwood
  • College of Business and Economics Scholarship – established by the Richard S. Reynolds Foundation
  • Jay Christopher DeBoer Memorial Scholarship – funded by family and friends of Chris, Class of 1998 and a member of the Men’s Golf Team.
  • Paul and Frances Fox Scholarship – established by the CBE Corporate Advisory Board in honor of Mr. Fox, a member of the Corporate Advisory Board since its beginning in 1992, and in memory of his wife
  • Neil J. Humphreys Scholarship – established by Dr. Humphreys, a management professor in the College of Business and Economics from 1993 to 2000.
  • Jack Jacques/Delta Sigma Pi Scholarship – established by the brothers of Kappa Nu Chapter of the International Fraternity of Delta Sigma Pin to honor Dr. James Wilfred Jacques, Jr. who served as the first dean of the School of Business and Economics at Longwood
  • Ripon and Claire La Roche Scholarship – established by Dr. and Mrs. La Roche with first preference given to supporting nontraditional students
  • Wayne McWee Scholarship – established by Jason and Carol Wisch Blount, class of 1990, in honor of Dr. McWee and the profound and inspirational influence he shared with his students.
  • Harriet Butterworth Miller and William Tomlinson Miller Scholarship – established by Mrs. Miller, Class of 1951, in appreciation for the education she received in the business program at Longwood
  • Andrew O’Brien Memorial Scholarship – established by family and friends of Andrew, Class of 2004
  • Norma Redmond Memorial Scholarship – established in memory of Ms. Redmond, Class of 1975, by her parents, Thomas H. Redmond and Ruby E. Redmond
  • Siddons/Bailey Scholarship – established by the families of Louise Haskins Hawthorne Siddons, a 1924 graduate, and Mary Pickett Wilson Bailey who attended Longwood in 1922
  • Adam and Lacy Sunukjian Scholarship – established by Mr. and Mrs. Sunukjian, Class of 2004, in recognition of Longwood University, a place that not only brought Adam and Lacy together, but played a large part in who they are today
  • Marjorie Crismond Tremaglio Scholarship – established by friends and family of Ms. Tremaglio, Class of 1958.
  • David and Lynn Tucker Scholarship – established by David J. Tucker, a 1986 graduate of the business school and his wife Lynn P. Tucker
  • Larry and Elizabeth Tucker Scholarship – established Mr. and Mrs. Tucker, parents of David J. Tucker
  • Wells Fargo Bank Plurality Scholarship – established by virtue of a gift from Central Fidelity Bank to benefit minority students in their pursuit of a college education
  • Edward M. and Mattie Leigh Fretwell Whitlock Scholarship – established by James L. Whitlock in honor of his late parents
  • Joyce G. Whitlock Scholarship – established by James L. Whitlock in honor of his late wife, class of 1961