Mami Herbert is dedicated to fostering intellectual growth and offers a variety of undergraduate scholarships for students. These scholarships are designed to recognize academic achievement and leadership qualities and to alleviate financial burdens, allowing students to fully immerse themselves in the outstanding educational experiences offered. These opportunities reflect Miami Herbert's commitment to cultivating a diverse and inclusive learning environment and to nurturing future leaders and contributors to the global business community.

Thanks to the generosity of community members and alumni that support our mission, there are additional scholarships that are evaluated for distribution on an annual basis. These awards are not part of an application process as those noted below. 

Alix Earle Scholarship

The Alix Earle Scholarship aims to provide financial assistance to outstanding students demonstrating significant potential in the field of business.
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The Miami Herbert Asian Endowed scholarship aims to provide financial assistant for full-time, degree-seeking undergraduate and graduate students enrolled at the Miami Herbert Business School. We seek scholars who display academic excellence and a demonstrated interest in business in Asia and Southeast Asia.

Past recipients of the Miami Herbert Asian Endowed Scholarship may reapply to be considered for up to four years, as long as the student(s) remains in good academic standing. Scholarships are awarded during the spring semester. 

The Fernando F. Franco Memorial Endowed Scholarship in Entrepreneurship aims to provide financial assistance for junior and/or senior undergraduate students who have a demonstrated a commitment to enhancing the role of Hispanics in entrepreneurship.

Recipients must maintain a 3.2 GPA and have financial need.

The Lennar Scholarship aims to provide financial assistance to cover the full cost of attendance for three years to rising Miami Herbert sophomores to complete their sophomore, junior, and senior year towards a Miami Herbert Bachelors Degree. The scholarship may also include University student health insurance and a one-time laptop allowance. 

The selected Lennar Scholars will be expected to work at The Lennar Corporation as paid associates of the company during two summer sessions and may be considered for full-time opportunities upon graduation. Lennar Scholars will also participate in the Office of Academic Enhancement's Programs of Academic Excellence, where they will receive individualized academic support, access to original programming, and guided connections to academic, social, and service opportunities. 

Recipients must complete a full-time program of undergraduate study, which requires a minimum of 12 credit hours in each of the fall and spring semesters, a total of 24 credit hours per academic year. By the end of their second semester of attendance and for each academic year of the scholarship, recipients must maintain a 3.0 GPA at the University of Miami. Recipients must also complete two summers as paid associates of The Lennar Corporation in order to maintain the scholarship. 

In 2018 Gabelli Funds created the “The Hertz Prize” to honor Arthur H. Hertz. Mr. Hertz was  called “a 305 icon” by many of our community leaders. He was a proud UM alum, and  was highly respected for his ability to distill complex financial and accounting issues into easy-to-understand concepts.

Beyond his many business qualities, Mr. Hertz was a man of impeccable ethics and great generosity and devoted his time, talent, and treasure to improve the lives of those less fortunate. He graduated with honors from the Miami Herbert Business School with a B.B.A. in 1955. His lifelong dedication to the University of Miami spans more than 35 years of service and leadership on the University of Miami Board of Trustees.

We invite graduating seniors majoring in accounting or finance with a 3.5 GPA or higher during the spring semester of their graduating year to apply for a chance to become a Hertz Prize Scholar.