GRADUATE SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIPS
Lake Forest Graduate School of Management (LFGSM) is committed to attracting and developing outstanding leaders who inspire trust and conﬁdence in others. Private donors have generously given scholarship money to support LFGSM’s mission to develop great leaders who change lives. In addition to these private donors, LFGSM offers scholarships and grants for inspiring leaders, tuition assistance, and more. Contact our Admissions team today to see which opportunities you may qualify for.
President’s Scholars are proven leaders who have achieved measurable results, demonstrate a high level of self-awareness and adaptability, and are committed to developing their leadership potential.
The Emerging Leaders graduate school scholarship is awarded to those who demonstrate exceptional leadership potential and show the ability and desire to deliver meaningful results, think innovatively, and gain a heightened level of self-awareness.
Leadership Scholars demonstrate strong leadership potential, verbal and written communications skills, intellectual ability, and motivation. Financial need is also considered. Leadership Scholarships range from $3,510 - 7,000, and are awarded in the form of tuition credit and are disbursed equally over your degree program. .
Tuition Assistance Grant
Candidates who are not eligible to receive tuition assistance from their employer are eligible for a Tuition Assitance Grant in the amount of $3,510. Tuition Assistance Grants are awarded in the form of tuition credit and are disbursed equally over your degree program..
Joseph A. Kaule Scholarship
Women with an undergraduate nursing degree who are in financial need of tuition support are welcome to apply for this graduate school scholarship. Established in 2009 by Robert J. and Mary Linda Gariano, LFGSM Class of 2004, in memory of Linda’s father, Joseph Kaule, a successful pharmacist.
Daniel J. Yomine Endowed Scholarship
The Yomine Scholarship was established in 1987 to support students with a demonstrated financial need who are employed in a manufacturing position. This graduate school scholarship is named in memory of Daniel Yomine, an astute businessman and longtime friend of the school.