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The Dow Chemical - PC McCutcheon Award

The Dow Chemical – P.C. McCutcheon Prize for Outstanding Student Achievement in Management recognizes the Scheller College student who holds a high cumulative scholastic average in the junior class, and who has a history of leadership and service at Georgia Tech and in the greater community.

The prize is funded by the Dow Chemical - P.C. McCutcheon Endowment Fund in honor of Dow Chemical and P.C. McCutcheon, who worked to establish the relationship between Dow Chemical and Georgia Tech.

The recipient has a high cumulative scholastic average in the junior class, holds leadership roles in the campus and has a history of service to Georgia Tech and the community.

Deadline: Applications for 2022 are closed.

Applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • a current Georgia Tech undergraduate College of Business student
  • Any business concentration
  • 3.5 or better cumulative GPA
  • junior (60-89 earned credit hours including AP, IB and transfer credit) at time of application process
  • holds leadership roles on campus
  • excellent history of involvement and service to Georgia Tech and the community

To apply:

There are two steps to apply:

      1. Complete and submit the scholarship application form below by the due date above.
      2. Submit the following two documents via email to by the due date above. Please name all your documents with your first and last name. For instance, your resume would be “John Doe Resume”; your personal statement would be “John Doe Statement.
        • a resume detailing extracurricular activities, leadership and work experience
        • a personal statement not exceeding 500 words describing how the scholarship would help you to further enhance your educational goals, leadership roles and service to Georgia Tech and the community.
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