The scholarships below are available to juniors and senior majors in the Sports Sponsorship & Sales (S3) program. All applicants for scholarships must FIRST complete a student FAFSA form to certify financial need. Awards do not require financial need certification. Minimum GPA is 3.0.
Phillips 66 Sports Sponsorship & Sales (S3) Scholarship: Selection based on scholastic merit, service, and need. For this $1250-$2500 scholarship, students must demonstrate leadership in extra-curricular activities. Applicants should describe their leadership, future career plans, and reasons for pursuing a degree in Sports Sponsorship & Sales.
Kanaly Family Sports Sponsorship & Sales (S3) Scholarship: Selection based on scholastic merit, service, and need. For this $1500 scholarship, applicants should provide evidence of work ethic and service to others, in addition to their career plans and reasons for pursuing a degree in Sports Sponsorship & Sales.
Other sales & marketing scholarships available to S3 majors may be found here.
Academic Achievement Fellowships & Awards
Fellowships are cash awards to provide financial support to the student that does not require repayment, but does require academic progress toward completing the appropriate track within the S3 degree. The StubHub and MLBAM awards are also provided opportunities to be named SEAT-S3 Analytics All-Stars and will receive an internship to attend and expenses paid to serve at the annual SEAT Consortium.
StubHub S3 Analytics All-Stars: Recipients will receive an expense-paid trip to San Francisco to visit the StubHub offices, as well as other S3 team and corporate partners in the bay area. In turn, the StubHub Analytics All-Stars will serve as senior mentors to juniors completing the Fox Sports University analytics competition each fall.
MLBAM Digital Analytics Award: This fellowship ($1000-$2000) is awarded to the outstanding S3 junior in the CRM & Analytics track who (a) exhibits excellent performance in statistical analysis and digital proficiency, and (b) is interested in a summer internship in New York City at Major League Baseball Advanced Media (MLBAM).
MiLB Field Program Award: Selection is based on availability, scholastic merit, service and interest in pursuing a career on the business side of professional baseball. The award includes (a) one week in Saint Petersburg, Florida to receive in-depth, behind the scene training on the business of baseball, and (b) four days at the Baseball Winter Meetings in December. Focused on nurturing diverse talent and advancing MiLB’s Diversity Initiative, racial and ethnic minorities are encourage to apply.