Scholarship recipients receive their awards at Robinson's annual Honors Day celebration
Scholarship recipients receive their awards at Robinson's annual Honors Day celebration
A variety of Robinson departments and initiatives are available to support with an online gift. You can explore our funding priorities farther down this page, or click the button below to find a specific fund. For assistance finding your fund, contact Ivan Segovia, firstname.lastname@example.org.
When students enroll at Robinson, they are responsible for digging deep and working hard. As an inclusive academic institution, it’s on us to provide the experiences, opportunities, and resources they need to prepare for the modern workplace. That’s where your generosity comes in. We are so grateful for your contributions to Robinson: the place where anyone can build skills, blaze paths, and realize dreams.
This fund is essential to the running of the WomenLead program. It covers costs for students, including professional photos, assessments, journals, and books. This fund also provides scholarship support for several students each year.
Panther Immersion Programs include Panthers on Wall Street, Panthers in the District, and Panthers in the Valley. These valuable programs provide Georgia State students with immersive and experiential opportunities that accelerate their professional development, and have the potential to transform their careers.
Robinson Career Advancement Center
Robinson's Career Advancement Center offers professional services and resources for Robinson students and is also the preferred provider of high-potential business talent for the best employers in the Southeast.
RCB Signature Experiences Fund
This fund supports students who participate in our Signature Programs, such as Panthers in the Valley, Panthers in the District, PACE, and more.
Cecil B. Day Endowment
This fund supports all research and programmatic initiatives in the School of Hospitality and provides leadership with the flexibility to support students, faculty, and staff endeavors as needed.
Cecil B. Day Scholarship Endowment
This fund provides scholarships every year, directly impacting School of Hospitality students in need.
Spurgeon Richardson Scholarship in Hospitality Leadership
This scholarship is in honor of Spurgeon Richardson, who has been a leader within Atlanta's hospitality community for decades. Richardson served as president and CEO of the Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau for 17 years. In this role, he positioned tourism as one of the city’s top economic drivers and helped Atlanta develop into a world-class city. This scholarship is presented to a hospitality major based on academic achievement, school and community involvement, and work experience.
Margaret Lupo Memorial Scholarship in Foodservice Leadership
The Margaret Lupo Scholarship is in memory of Margaret Lupo, founder and owner of Mary Mac's Tea Room. Lupo was a leading restaurant entrepreneur known for her Southern hospitality. Each year, the scholarship is awarded to one student who is majoring in hospitality with a restaurant management focus.
Hospitality Administration Alumni Club
This fund supports the initiatives and activities of the Hospitality Administration Alumni Club.
Atlanta Concierge Society Kevin Roach Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship, funded by the professional association for hotel concierges in Atlanta, is in memory of Kevin Roach, a long-time hotel employee who was dedicated to quality guest service. The Concierge Society of Atlanta presents this scholarship to a hospitality major with work experience in the hotel industry in a concierge or guest service capacity.
CRIS - Center for Research in Information Systems
This fund supports the CRIS mission to promote Georgia as a leader in the management and use of IT; to attract new companies to Atlanta and the state; to assist companies in their use of IT to create business value; to provide educational programs to enhance the skills of companies’ IT workforce; and to conduct research that helps companies solve business problems.
Computer Information Systems
This fund supports all research and programmatic initiatives in the Department of Computer Information Systems.
CIS Advisory Board
This fund supports the initiatives of the CIS Advisory Board.
Finance Department Fund
This fund provides scholarships to students pursing an M.S. in Finance and provides leadership with the flexibility to support students, faculty, and staff endeavors as needed.
Finance Doctoral Student Fund
This fund provides doctoral students with stipends and fellowships.
Institute for Insight Fund
This fund supports all research and programmatic initiatives in the Institute for Insight and provides leadership with the flexibility to support students, faculty, and staff endeavors as needed.
Management Department Fund
This fund supports all research and programmatic initiatives in the Department of Management and provides leadership with the flexibility to support students, faculty, and staff as needed.
Marketing Department Fund
This fund supports all research and programmatic initiatives in the Department of Marketing and provides leadership with the flexibility to support students, faculty, and staff endeavors as needed.
Marketing Department Scholarship
This fund provides scholarship support for students studying marketing.
Research Center for Real Estate
This fund provides scholarships for students pursuing an M.S. in Commercial Real Estate and provides leadership with the flexibility to support students, faculty, and staff endeavors as needed.
Actuarial Science Program
This fund supports student activities through the Actuarial Student Association, exam test fee reimbursement, and case competition teams.
Risk Management & Insurance Department Scholarship
This fund provides need-based scholarships, especially “last mile” funding for students who are near the completion of their degree.
Risk Management & Insurance General Operating Fund
This fund will be directed to the area of most need in the Risk Management & Insurance Department.
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Initiative
This fund supports all research and programmatic initiatives in the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute and provides leadership with the flexibility to support students, faculty, and staff endeavors as needed.
Institute of International Business
This fund covers all programmatic and student support initiatives in the Institute for International Business, including but not limited to travel expenses for students in the Master of International Business and undergraduate minor in international business programs, scholarship support for study abroad courses, and coverage for the cost of guest speakers and other business engagements.
Health Administration Endowment
This fund provides general program support for student scholarships, CAHME accreditation expenses, case competitions and alumni networking events.
Healthcare Emerging Leaders Professional Development Fund
This fund was established by Pat Ketsche to provide funding for various extracurricular student development activities.
Max Holland Memorial Scholarship
Established in memory of an esteemed faculty member, the Max Holland Award is given to a student who exhibits academic excellence.
R.J. Knobel Memorial Scholarship
Established in memory of beloved faculty member “Knob” Knobel, this scholarship is given to students who distinguish themselves through leadership and devotion to the profession.
Accounting Excellence Fund
The Accounting Excellence fund supports all research and programmatic initiatives in the School of Accountancy and provides leadership with the flexibility to support students, faculty, and staff endeavors as needed.
School of Accountancy Scholarship Fund
The School of Accountancy Scholarship Fund provides scholarship support for students studying accounting.
World Affairs Council of Atlanta Fund
The World Affairs Council provides a forum for informed discussion at the intersection of public policy, business, and the world. The council brings experts, business executives, and foreign and U.S. officials in an interactive, non-academic format that is accessible to the general public. Please note this donation supports council programming; it does not cover council membership.
Robinson donors are connected to the college in different ways. Many are Robinson alumni who were impacted by beneficence and choose to give back financially. An equal number are members of the business community who want to develop the pipeline of future talent who will lead organizations in the city of Atlanta, the state of Georgia, the nation, and frankly the world. Our donors are all ages and come from all walks of life—just like our students.
Guy Millner is entrenched in the insurance industry, possesses a fondness for Georgia State, and has a generous heart: the perfect recipe for the undergraduate scholarship he recently established. Available to students studying risk management and insurance or actuarial science at Georgia State’s Robinson College of Business, the Guy Millner Scholars program consists of four $20,000 installments over four years, totaling $80,000 for each recipient. Four students are selected each year. The program also includes a mentoring component and opportunities for paid summer internships at AssuranceAmerica.
In addition to an academic major within Robinson’s Department of Risk Management & Insurance, criteria include a GPA of 2.7 or higher, demonstrated financial need, and a well-rounded approach to life. The first cohort of Millner scholars encapsulates the concept of well-roundedness through their personal pursuits: Dobra-Wilson Amgabaduba is a Nigerian chef; Emily Archer, a cross-stitcher and violist; Jessica Macha, a multicultural activist; and Matthew Snyder, a drummer.
“I’m impressed that Georgia State’s tuition is so reasonable. The scholarship covers tuition, books, and a few additional needs that may arise throughout the year,” Millner said. “And the Department of Risk Management & Insurance is constantly striving to be better and better. I’m honored to continue, after all these years, as a partner with the school.”
Despite losing her father at age 15 to a heart attack and her mother at age 17 to cancer, Susan Kost wouldn’t describe her life as tragic. She calls herself and her two sisters “classic overachievers.” Though certainly difficult, they stuck together, put themselves through college, and have established successful careers. Ms. Kost, for example, currently serves as chief marketing officer for Deloitte’s global tax and legal business.
Ms. Kost has established a scholarship for Robinson undergraduates who have faced adversity and are paying their own way through college. In a nod to her personal history as well as Amanda Gorman's uplifting inauguration poem, the award is named "The Hill We Climb Scholarship."
“The intended scholarship recipients have a mountain to climb. The hill before them might seem insurmountable, but they’ll get there. It doesn’t matter where you start. It only matters where you finish.”