Each year, App State awards more than $4 million to students based on need and academic achievement to help make education even more affordable for all students. Scholarships are available to incoming first-year and transfer students and continuing undergraduate and graduate students. Learn more about scholarships at App State.

Approximately 15% of these funds, or $600,000 are awarded annually through the Walker College of Business. The number of scholarships and amounts awarded vary each year and are subject to funds available. Scholarship amounts range from $250 - $8,000 per year, and some are renewable. 


Undergraduate Student Scholarships

Continuing Student Scholarship Portal

The Appalachian Scholarship Application Portal (ASAP) is your one-stop source to apply for scholarships as a continuing student. 
The 2023-24 application will be open December 1, 2022 through February 7, 2023.

Incoming Undergraduate Student Scholarship Portal

Apply for incoming student scholarships in your MyMountaineer Portal.
Transfer students: application open Jan. 15 - March 1
First-year students: application open Aug. 1 - Nov. 15

Graduate Scholarships and Assistantships

Continuing Student Scholarship Portal

Incoming Graduate Student Scholarships and Assistantships

Explore scholarship, assistantship and fellowship opportunities for new, incoming graduate students. Application dates vary by program and department. 

Walker College of Business Scholarships

The Walker College of Business offers scholarships for students who have identified their major or future career path. These scholarships include mentorship, research opportunities and select opportunities for experiential learning.

See the full list of undergraduate scholarships.

Are you a donor that would like to support our students? Learn more about contributing to the Walker College of Business.

Scholarships News

Pictured, from left, are Catawba IMA officer Rhonda Young, App State IMA Faculty Advisor Kim Zahller, App State Accounting Senior Jaime Ziegenfuss Whitehead, App State Accounting Junior Will Cook, and Catawba IMA outgoing president Ellen Knauff.

Accounting students earn Joseph F. Ryan Memorial Scholarship from Catawba Valley IMA parent chapter

Appalachian State University senior accounting major Jaime Ziegenfuss Whitehead and junior accounting major Will Cook have each earned the&n...

Pictured are: (Back Row L-R) Accounting Chair Pennie Bagley, Alayna Speer, Jackson Bjork, Nick Fox, Sam Blevins, Tyler Hobson (Front Row L-R) Faculty Advisor Kim Zahller, Emelie Rodriguez, Jaime Ziegenfuss Whitehead, Kendall Martin, Walker College Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs & Administration Tracy Reed and Walker College Dean Sandra Vannoy. Not Pictured: Caroline Walling, Sanders Fullwood

Ten earn scholarship from IMA to obtain 'gold standard' expertise

Ten accounting students at Appalachian State University have earned scholarship awards from the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) to...

The 2022–23 Fleming Scholars are pictured at the Fleming Scholarship Recognition Reception held at App State’s Plemmons Student Union on Oct. 28. From left to right: Tony Harris II, Amani Stanley, Zha’Monét Gray and David Tyler Itson.

App State recognizes 2022–23 Fleming Scholarship recipients

BOONE, N.C. — Four first-year students at Appalachian State University have been named recipients of the Dr. Willie C. Fleming Scholarship ...


If you have questions about any of the Walker College of Business undergraduate scholarships or the scholarship process, please contact Ms. Kathy Mann, 4126 Peacock Hall, 262-6165,