The DeVos program has scholarship assistance specifically for DeVos students. These scholarships include, but are not limited to:
- The NASCAR Diversity Scholarships
- The Vander Weide Foundation Endowed Scholarship
- The DeVos Scholarships
- The Dove Family Scholarship
- The Rob Borsellino Scholarship
- The Romen Basu Scholarship
- The Patwant Singh Scholarship
- The Tom Mickle Scholarship
- The Eli Segal Community Service Scholarship
- The Ralph Wiley Scholarship
- The Darryl Williams Scholarship
- The Eddie Culberhouse Scholarship
- The Joe Lapchick Scholarships
The University of Central Florida is a participating institution in the Academic Common Market (ACM) program with other southern universities sharing unique academic programs on the undergraduate and graduate level. However, the University of Central Florida only participates at the graduate level.
The Academic Common Market offers students the opportunity to enter degree programs that are not available in their home state, while being eligible to pay Florida in-state tuition rates. Students taking part in this program must be admitted by a participating university (notifying the university of their planned attendance as an ACM Scholar), and will need to obtain a letter of certification from their respective ACM state coordinator.
International students must contact International Student Services for the latest information on student and work visas as well as other important required documentation. International students must submit their transcripts through World Education Service for evaluation www.wes.org or www.jsilny.com.
The state of Florida has established various linkage agreements to assist in the development of stronger economic and social ties between Florida and strategic foreign countries. To participate in these exemptions, students must apply and select other resources.
For more information regarding financial support specific to the DeVos Sport Business Management program, visit the Scholarships and Graduate Assistantships page.