Student Scholarship Support
Each year, more than 70 percent of UIC Business students receive some form of financial aid. UIC Business is committed to supporting a talented, well-rounded, hardworking, and diverse student body throughout their undergraduate and graduate education. While students with financial need often receive assistance from government resources, it is almost never enough. Merit and need-based scholarships are essential in attracting and retaining UIC Business students.
General Scholarship Support
Annual scholarship contributions of any size can be made to the UIC Business Scholarship Fund, which provides general scholarship support to undergraduate and graduate business students that exhibit academic excellence and demonstrate financial need.
Named Endowed Scholarships
Donors can establish named endowed scholarships with gift commitments of $25,000 or more. Endowed scholarships can be designated to support a student who reflects your interests and values, or awarded to any deserving student with financial need.
Scholarship Spotlight: Patrick Klimek ’19
Scholarship: Linda and Steve Kolber Scholarship
Why did you choose to attend UIC Business?
I really liked the opportunities of being close to Chicago offered. After getting into the Business Scholars program and the Honors College, I knew UIC was going to be the right fit for me. I also have two older brothers who are attending UIC, which allowed for a smooth transition from high school.
Scholarship Spotlight: Tanmayee Achanti ’20
Scholarship: Business Scholars Scholarship
What is your proudest accomplishment?
My proudest accomplishment associated with UIC was when I got into the Business Scholars program. Getting the scholarship and a place in a cohort program really motivated me to try even harder to continue to make more accomplishments.
Scholarship Spotlight: Ehlimana Gutosic '20
Scholarship: Heller Family Business Scholarship
What is the career path you would like to take after graduation?
The career path I would like to take after graduation is to work for one of the big four accounting firms, become a CPA , and then eventually become a forensic accountant.