The Kellogg Executive MBA Program admission committee awards a limited number of scholarships to admitted students during the admission cycle. The scholarship decisions are awarded based on a holistic review of the completed scholarship application, the application for admission, and the interview component. Admitted students are notified of the scholarship awards no later than three weeks prior to Launch Week.
The Admission Committee Scholarship Awards include:
NOTE: Scholarship decisions will only be made for admitted students who have completed the scholarship application.
- Drake Scholarship – Awarded to select candidates who are committed to advancing issues and topics related to women in business, thanks to the generous support of Ms. Ann Drake, EMBA alumna, Class of 1984. The Drake Scholarship significantly reduces the cost of tuition in the program. Award recipients must maintain good academic standing in order to remain eligible.
- Diversity Scholarship – Awarded to extraordinary students from under-represented backgrounds to enhance diversity within the Kellogg community. The award amounts vary and are determined by the admissions committee.
- Not-for-Profit Scholarship – Awarded to one student working in a not-for-profit organization per cohort in September and January. The Not-for-Profit Scholarship covers thirty
percent of the tuition in the program. Award recipients must maintain good academic standing in order to remain eligible.
- General Scholarship – The award amounts vary and are determined by the admissions committee. Award recipients must maintain good academic standing in order to remain eligible.
In addition to the scholarships awarded by the Admission Committee, the Mork Scholarship and Lavengood Scholarships require students to complete all financial aid materials for consideration and are awarded by the Financial Aid Office.
- Mork Scholarship – One $10,000 scholarship awarded annually to a student working in the energy industries. Students must complete all financial aid
- Lavengood Scholarship – Awarded to one student working in social services, government, or education on a yearly basis. Scholarship amount varies. Students must
complete all financial aid application materials.
Students are encouraged to investigate all sources of funding, including outside scholarships. Some resources that may offer funding opportunities include:
- FastWeb – scholarship search engine
- FinAid – comprehensive resource for student financial aid information, including an online searchable database of financial aid resources
- Scholarships.com – scholarship search engine
Kellogg alums who work in the public non-profit field or federal, state, or local government may be eligible for the Collins Family Loan Assistance Program. Please see additional information on our website:
Collins Family Loan Assistance Program