Graham School of Management Endowed and Named Scholarships
Established through the generosity of the Philip H. Corboy Foundation, Darrell B. Jackson, '81, and Terry G. Hillard, this scholarship provides financial assistance to children/dependents of slain Chicago police officers so that they can attend SXU.
Created by the Graham School of Management, this fund helps for management education and student/alumni success, to fund initiatives, including, but not limited to, curriculum innovation; assurance of learning; faculty development; partnering with business community; enhancements of experiential education; and student engagement, retention, and mentoring.
Named in honor of the late Jim McCabe, a longtime faculty member in the Graham School of Management, this scholarship will assist Saint Xavier University students in the Graham School of Management based on the following criteria: undergraduates in good academic standing in the Graham School of Management who demonstrate financial need and maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or higher. The Jim McCabe Scholarship was established in 2010 through the generosity of friends and colleagues.
Once endowed, the Tim Eber Memorial Scholarship will support an undergraduate student in the Graham School of Management who is interested in pursuing a career in sales. Dr. John Eber and Mrs. Frances Eber ’03 generously started this fund in 2012 to honor their late son.