• Robert G Lawrence Outstanding Senior in Equine Business – presented to the Outstanding Senior from the August to May graduating classes
  • AIM Scholarship– (VIEW PDF)  from $500 – $1,500 per year
    • Advance your personal development through active participation in equine events on and off campus. Expand your comfort zone with experiences that open your mind to new ideas, people and opportunities
    • Initiative to take charge of your own personal development and to ignite your enthusiasm to build industry relationships; leadership and communication skills; and self-motivation necessary to succeed in today’s workplace
    • Merit optimizing your personal development with scholarship in the classroom, leadership roles on teams and groups; participation in networking events; providing service through volunteering with local equine-related organizations and events
  • The Kent Hollingsworth Memorial Scholarship – The Kent Hollingsworth Memorial Scholarship – Awarded to a sophomore/junior/senior majoring in Equine Business who in the opinion of the Department of Equine Business exemplifies qualities of scholarship and professionalism. The award is two semesters – $2,500/semester total $5,000
  • Thalheimer Memorial Scholarship  – To be awarded to an incoming freshman Equine Business major with a minimum ACT composite score of 25 and minimum ACT Math score of 26, who demonstrates a financial need to attend. The scholarship is a one-time award in the amount of $10,000 to be distributed as $5,000 for the fall semester and $5,000 for the spring semester
  • Equine Industry Program General Scholarship – Awarded to an incoming freshman/sophomore/junior majoring in Equine Business (may be split). Based on academic excellence, leadership qualities, and need. The award is two semesters – $2,500/semester total $5,000
  • Chuck E Schmidt Memorial Scholarship – Awarded to a sophomore/junior/senior majoring in Equine Business (may be split) who in the opinion of the Equine Industry Program exemplifies qualities of scholarship and professionalism. The award is two semesters – $2,500/semester total $5,000
  • Timothy T Capps Memorial Scholarship – (VIEW PDF) Awarded to a junior or senior majoring in Equine Business who is also an active member of the Riding and Racing Club and has an essay component. The award is two semesters – $1,000/semester – Total $2,000

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University of Louisville
College of Business
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Louisville, KY 40292
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